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Andrew Sachs

 Andrew Sachs
Andrew Sachs has many theatre credits - repertory, tours, West End including Royal National Theatre - in a wide range of plays from Shakespeare to Ray Cooney from panto villain to panto dame and in 2003 he toured the UK in his own show Life After Fawlty.

On television he played the title role in The History of Mr. Polly, 'Trinculo' in The Tempest, 'Einstein' for BBC Horizon 'Manuel' in Fawlty Towers leads in 3 other sit-coms and The Lime Green Bag (Monologue). He co-wrote and presented When in Spain and Berliners. Some of his animation series are Forbidden Toys, Wiggly Park and Blue Dragon, voicing anything from humans to beanbags.

He has been heard on hundreds of radio productions over 40 years, including two Sherlock Holmes series (as Dr. Watson), Don Quixote (Book at Bedtime), The Jewish Journey (presenter) and The Code of The Woosters (as Jeeves). His recordings include many commercials and documentary narrations, audiobooks - Dombey & Son, all seven Narnia Chronicles and Silas Marner - as well as many novels, poetry albums and children's stories.

He has made seven films, more than a dozen of his theatre and radio plays have been produced, and he is currently writing a book.

Andrew records regularly on commercials and commentaries for a wide range of programmes including HORIZON, TIMEWATCH, THE NATURAL WORLD, EQUINOX, INSIDE STORY, EVERYMAN, REPUTATIONS, SURVIVAL, the FROM HELL...and BEWARE series and OPEN UNIVERSITY.

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