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August 2, 1941 |
Swaffham, Norfolk, England, UK
Michael Caridia (born 2 August 1941) is a British former child actor.
His prominent roles include Sir Reginald, an obnoxious boy, in the Norman Wisdom vehicle Up in the World and Hugo Wendt in the 1956 horror-comedy The Gamma People. In a 1960 dramatisation of the trial of Oscar Wilde he played Edward Shelley, an alleged rent boy who acted as a prosecution witness. He has not had any film or TV appearances since 1961. In 1970 he married Jennifer North in Maidenhead, Berkshire, England.
- Pieces of Eight, 1956 BBC TV children's movie, aged 11
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