Howard Goorney

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Howard Goorney
Born Howard Jacob Goorney
11 May 1921
Manchester, Lancashire, England
Died 29 March 2007 (aged 85)
Bath, Somerset, England
Years active 1958–2004
Spouse(s) Stella Riley

Howard Goorney (11 May 1921 – 29 March 2007)[1] was a British actor who starred in such programmes as Only Fools and Horses.

He was one of the founder members of Joan Littlewood's 'Theatre Workshop', and wrote 'The Theatre Workshop Story', published by Methuen - a definitive account of the company's early years, including their move to the Theatre Royal in Stratford East.

He is also known for numerous theatre roles, including Bill Bryden's 'The Mysteries' and 'Lark Rise to Candleford' at the National Theatre in the 1980s.

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