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1970 Press Photo Eric Donkin James Donald B. Behrens - RRW77261

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Availability: In stock

Part Number: RRW77261

Height: 7

Width: 9

Source: Rogers


This is an original press photo. Eric Donkin, James Donald and Bernard Behrens on stage in the Stratford Festival's production of "The School for Scandal".

Eric Albert Donkin, actor (b at Liverpool, Eng 9 April 1929; d at Stratford, Ont 17 March 1998). His acting career began as a radio-performer at the age of 11 in Montréal, prior to formal training at the Montréal Repertory School of the Theatre and the National Theatre School in the 1950s. His theatre career began as Potboy in She Stoops to Conquer with the Montréal Repertory Theatre, where he worked for 5 years with such renowned actors as Christopher PLUMMER and John COLICOS. A founding member of the multilingual La Poudrière Theatre (officially Le Théâtre International de Montréal), he appeared in the inaugural production of The Rainmaker on 11 July 1958 (

James Donald (18 May 1917 - 3 August 1993) was a Scottish actor. Tall and gaunt, he specialised in playing authority figures; military officers, doctors or scientists (Wikipedia).

Bernard Behrens spent a solid 30 years on the stage and then after an 11 year break from the stage (while doing TV and film work) he returned. After building a career in the US, he returned to Canada in the mid-1980s. He was "Dr Placebo" in John Greyon's Zero Patience (1993). He has won two Gemini Awards, for Saying Goodbye in 1990 and Coming of Age in 1993. He was nominated for Turning to Stone in 1985 and the series This Is Wonderland in 2004. He is affectionately known as Bunny Behrens. Star Wars fans may know him as the voice of Obi-Wan Kenobi in radio adaptations of the original trilogy of the hit films ( measures 8.5 x 6.5inches. Photo is dated 02-02-1970.