Bernard Bresslaw is an English comic book actor, best known as a member of the group Carry On.
|Born||Bernard Bresslaw, February 25, 1934, Stepney, London, England|
|Died||June 11, 1993, Regent's Park, London, England|
|Awards||Most Promising Newcomer Variety Club of Great Britain|
|IMDb||Bernard Bresslaw's IMDb|
Comedic actor who became known for his role in the Carry On films. In 1993, he appeared in Leon the Pig Farmer, and in 1971, he played Avarice in The Magnificent Seven Deadly Sins.
He was a student at Coopers' Company's School in London.
His catchphrase in multiple films was "I only arsked," which he said with a strong Cockney accent.
He was married to Betty Wright from 1959 to 1993.
He was considered for the role of the creature in the 1957 film, Curse of Frankenstein, but because of his height, the role was given to Christopher Lee instead.
- Male male musician
- British comedian
- A performer of British Romance songs
- Male Jewish actor
- London comedian
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- London singer
- Male actor in England
- 20th century British singer
Latest information about Bernard Bresslaw updated on June 14 2021.