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  • Kenneth Cranham (born 12 December 1944) is a Scottish film, television, radio and stage actor. He is popularly known for his work in Hellbound: Hellraiser
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  • Cranham is a residential area of east London, and part of the London Borough of Havering. It is located 17.5 miles (28 km) east-northeast of Charing Cross
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  • Cranham is a village in the English county of Gloucestershire. Forming part of the district of Stroud it is to be found a mile or so east of the A46 road
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  • Holst and Harold Edwin Darke in the early 20th century. Holst's setting, Cranham, is a hymn tune setting suitable for congregational singing, since the
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  • Cranham Hall is a Grade II listed building in Cranham, London, England. Built c.1795, it forms a typical Essex church-manor house complex, standing on
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  • Scott Cranham (born September 8, 1954) is a Canadian diver, who represented Canada at the 1972 Summer Olympics, the 1974 British Commonwealth Games, the
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  • Cranham Marsh is a 15.3 hectare Local Nature Reserve and a Site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation in Cranham in the London Borough of
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  • called "Charlie"—on her. She has a daughter, Nancy Cranham, from a relationship with actor Kenneth Cranham. "Champion of the stage and young people". birminghampost
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  • Cranham Brickfields is an 8.5 hectare Local Nature Reserve and a Site of Borough Importance for Nature Conservation, Grade I, in Cranham in the London
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  • Brenton Thwaites as Prince Phillip, a prince that befriends Aurora. Kenneth Cranham as King Henry, a king and Stefan's predecessor who tried to take over the
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  • contemplating his uncertain fate. Daniel Craig as XXXX Colm Meaney as Gene Kenneth Cranham as Jimmy Price George Harris as Morty Jamie Foreman as the Duke Michael
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  • The parish was divided into North and South wards by the Hornchurch to Cranham road. In 1836 the vestry lost control of poor relief, with Upminster becoming
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  • Raidió Teilifís Éireann. She is married to the Scottish actor Kenneth Cranham and they have one daughter, Kathleen. MacCormaic, Mairtin (16 October 1990)
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  • Bath, England, in 2014. The role of the father was played by Kenneth Cranham. The play ran in the West End at Wyndham's Theatre in October 2015 to November
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  • directed by Tony Randel and starring Clare Higgins, Ashley Laurence, Kenneth Cranham and Doug Bradley. The film is the second entry in the Hellraiser saga and
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  • HMS Cranham was one of 93 Royal Navy ships of the Ham-class of inshore minesweepers. Their names were all chosen from villages ending in -ham. The minesweeper
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  • daughter, actress Mary Nighy. She was previously married to the actor Kenneth Cranham for a short time. Quick was one of several celebrities who endorsed the
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  • Francis as Admiral Nick Wilkinson John Heffernan as James Welch Kenneth Cranham as Judge Hyam Darrell D'Silva as Chilean Ambassador Janie Dee as Jan Clements
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  • condition, he set off for a sanatorium at Cranham, Gloucestershire, escorted by Richard Rees. The sanatorium at Cranham consisted of a series of small wooden
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  • The Petre Baronetcy, of Cranham Hall in the County of Essex, was a title in the Baronetage of England. It was created in circa 1642 for Francis Petre
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