Jeremy Sinden was an English actor who specialised in playing eccentric military men and overgrown schoolboys.
|Born:||Jeremy Mahony Sinden, 14 June 1950, London, UK|
|Died:||May 29, 1996, London, UK|
|Spouse(s):||Delia Lindsay (m. 1978 – his death)|
|Parent(s):||Donald Sinden, Diana Mahony|
|Relatives:||Marc Sinden (brother)|
|IMDb:||Jeremy Sinden's IMDb|
About Jeremy Sinden
English actor who became known for playing the roles of military men in many productions. His films include 1993's The Innocent and 1981's Chariots of Fire.
He trained as an assistant stage manager at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre. He debuted in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope.
He sang part of the "Na Na Na" chorus with his brother Marc in the Beatles song, "Hey Jude."
He was married to Delia Lindsay from 1978 until his death in 1996. They had two daughters together.
He appeared as a rebel fighter pilot in George Lucas' 1977 space opera, Star Wars.
Information related to Jeremy Sinden
- People educated at Edgeborough School
- Sinden family
- People educated at Lancing College
- Alumni of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art
- Royal Shakespeare Company members
- English male soap opera actors