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|Born||John Aden Gillett
8 November 1958
Biography and Career
Aden trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. He has received a number of awards and honors for his work, including the Tree Prize, the Sir Emile Littler Prize, the Vanbrugh Prize and the Radio Prize. He received the Theatre World Award for Best Newcomer on Broadway for his performance in "An Inspector Calls" at the Royale Theatre, Broadway.
He is active in the Theatre Royal at Bath with the Peter Hall Company in numerous productions of Shakespearean plays and other classics, including Antony and Cleopatra, As You Like It, and at The Old Vic in The Tempest. He also appeared in Noël Coward's Blithe Spirit, and Private Lives, and in George Bernard Shaw's Man and Superman.
He narrated the 2004 Discovery Channel documentary Who Betrayed Anne Frank. The documentary discusses the suspect who exposed the location of the Frank Family to the gestapo's in accordance from evidence found by author Carol Ann Lee.
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|Hot Metal (TV Series)||1986||Reporter|
|A Hazard of Hearts (TV Movie)||1987||Groom (uncredited)|
|Ending Up (TV Movie)||1989||Trevor|
|Screen Two (TV Series)||1990||Ulinov|
|Under the Lighthouse Dancing||1996||David|
|Shadow of the Vampire||2000||Henrik Galeen|
|Tula: The Revolt||2013||Father Schinck|
|Father Brown||2015||Bentley Duke||Episode 3.14 "The Deadly Seal"|
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