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Patrick Garland
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Birth: Apr. 10, 1935, England
Death: Apr. 21, 2013
Chichester
West Sussex, England

British actor, director and theatre producer. Best known as one of the co-founders of Poetry International. He was a director and producer for the BBC's Music and Arts Department between 1962 and 1974, where worked on its Monitor series. In 1964 he directed the film Down Cemetery Road about Philip Larkin, in which also appeared John Betjeman. Garland was two times Artistic Director for the Chichester Festival (1981 to 1985, and 1990 to 1994) where he directed over 20 productions. His 1971 television film The Snow Goose won a Golden Globe in the Best Movie Made for TV category and was nominated for both a BAFTA and an Emmy. He directed and produced many theatrical film and television works including a "My Fair Lady" Broadway revival with Rex Harrison for which earned a Tony Award in 1981. In 1994, he was made an Honorary Doctor of Letters by University of Southampton, and an Honorary Fellow of the Hall in 1997. Garland died at Worthing Hospital in West Sussex where was admitted following a long illness. 
 
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  Alexandra Bastedo (1946 - 2014)*
 
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Originally Created by: Lucy & Chris
Record added: Apr 21, 2013
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Patrick Garland
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Patrick Garland
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