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Darien Robert Kabir Angadi (19 March 1949 - 5 December 1981) was an English actor.
Darien was the son of painter and novelist
Patricia Angadi (née Patricia Clare Fell-Clarke), (who introduced George Harrison of the Beatles to Ravi Shankar) and Ayana Angadi, an impecunious Indian writer, intellectual and Trotskyist. Darien was born in [1 ] Stoke Newington, and attended Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School where he was a prolific performer in school plays. In 1965 whilst at the school, he was a member of the school team for BBC Television's Television . He achieved some fame as a boy treble, recording Top of the Form Benjamin Britten's with the Wandsworth School Boys' Choir, Noye's Fludde and songs by Schubert and Schumann. [2 ] He sang with the Finchley Children's Music Group and then the [3 ] London Boy Singers. After his voice broke he turned to acting, achieving success on the stage and in television drama productions, including and I, Claudius . From 1968 until 1971 he was a Choral Scholar at Trinity College, Cambridge. He married Irene Lenihan in 1977. Blake's 7
suicide by hanging. (The year of his death is widely reported as another date, but 1981 is supported by the obituary of his mother in the [4 ] Guardian.) His story was told during a BBC Four documentary on the schools' quiz programme Television Top of the Form on 17 April 2006.
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