Rodney Bewes

Rodney Bewes
Rodney Bewes

Rodney Bewes was born in 1937 in West Yorkshire.   He has featured in such films et in the North of England as “Billy Liar” in 1963 with Tom Courtney and Julie Christie and “Spring and Port Wine” with James Mason in 1970.   He is though fondly best remembered for his key role in the classic television series “The Likely Lads” and “Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads”.”

IMDB entry:

Chubby-cheeked British comedy actor, famed in his own country as one half of TV’s “Likely Lads”. In recent years he has been active mostly in the theatre (he was appearing in London’s West End in the farce “Funny Money” early in 1996).

– IMDb Mini Biography By: Allen Dace

Graduated from RADA.
Having previously toured the UK with his own highly successful adaptation of Jerome K Jerome’s ‘Three Men in a Boat’ he is on the last stage of his Barnsley to Barnstaple tour with another one man adaptation as Jerome K Jerome in ‘On the Stage and Off’. [June 2008]

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