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Richard Albrecht

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Richard Albrecht (born 1950) is an English actor, director, producer and writer. His work include all facets of British theatrical life: commercials, corporates, film, narration, television, theatre and voice-over. Trained at the E15 Acting School (1967–70), he then went into repertory theatre at Oldham, Lincoln, Birmingham, Nottingham, Newcastle, Leicester, Greenwich, Colchester, Salisbury and Cheltenham; touring theatre with Pentabus, Bristol Express, Monstrous Regiment, Shared Experience; Fringe Theatre with the Combination, Soho Poly, Traverse, Young Vic, Stratford East, and a one-man show, RIP Maria Callas at the Edinburgh Festival. In the West End, he appeared in Happy as a Sandbag. Albrecht appeared at the Royal Court Theatre in Ashes and Sand and My Child. His TV appearances include Coronation Street, EastEnders, Casualty, The Bill, King Lear, Threads, Doctors, Agatha Christie's Poirot, Heartbeat, Where The Heart is and Holby City. Albrecht's films include Jude, The Man Who
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