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11 August 1945 |
London, England, UK
|Education||St Christopher School (Letchworth Garden City)
Central School of Speech and Drama (London)
Horovitch was born in London, the son of Alice Mary, a teacher, and Morris Horovitch, a child care worker.
Horovitch was educated at St Christopher School, a boarding independent school in the town of Letchworth Garden City in Hertfordshire in Southern England, followed by the Central School of Speech and Drama in London.
Life and career
Horovitch has played many roles on popular British TV shows in the past 40 years including: The New Avengers, Piece of Cake, Hold the Back Page, Bulman, Boon, Agatha Christie's Miss Marple, Love Hurts, Westbeach, Just William, Drop the Dead Donkey, Peak Practice, Foyle's War, The Second Coming, Deceit, and Casualty as well as starring in the little remembered ITV detective show Bognor.
Horovitch has had a long and distinguished theatre career - appearing in productions including Honour, Charley's Aunt, An Inspector Calls, Racing Demon, The Importance of Being Earnest, One of Us, The School for Scandal, A Doll's House, The Tempest, Major Barbara, Seven Jewish Children and the original London cast of Forty Years On. Horovitch has appeared in over 3 other theatre productions in London's West End, for the RSC and as part of a career long association with the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester. He played Dr. Pavlov in Disney's 102 Dalmatians. He has also made a number of film appearances, including a Yiddish-speaking character in Solomon and Gaenor.
In 2008, Horovitch guest starred in the Sapphire and Steel audio drama Remember Me.
- Who's Who on Television] Published by: ITV Books. Date: 1981. Retrieved: 27 November 2012.
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