Terrence Scammell (British actor)

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Terrence Scammell
Born (1937-03-01) 1 March 1937 (age 80)
London, England, United Kingdom
Other names Terry Scammell, Terence Scammell
Occupation Actor, artistic director

Terrence Scammell (born 1 March 1937) is a British stage and television actor. In his early career, he performed extensively at the renowned American Shakespeare Festival in Stratford, Connecticut, including a starring role as Romeo in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. He was also a founder and artistic director of the Los Angeles Free Shakespeare Festival.

He has also worked in television and film, with credits on mini-series such as Around the World in 80 Days and Kidnapped, and films such as The Mephisto Waltz and The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case.[1]


  • Artistic Director/Founder, Los Angeles Free Shakespeare Festival, Los Angeles (1975-?)[2][3]
  • A Comedy of Errors, 1968
  • King Lear—1st Volscian Lieutenant (American Shakespeare Theater, Stratford, Connecticut, 1965)[4]
  • Romeo and Juliet (1965)—Romeo (American Shakespeare Theater, Stratford, Connecticut, 1965)[5][6]
  • Review from A Shakespeare Encyclopedia [7]
  • "Shakespearean Prep School"—pictorial feature in The Free-Lance Star (Fredericksburg, VA), March 15, 1966[8]

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