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Richard Pearson

Richard Pearson

Richard de Pearsall Pearson, an English character actor, was born and grew up in Monmouth, Wales. He was educated at Aymestrey Court, Worcester, and at Monmouth School, where his father taught French.\nNotable films of his career included Brian Desmond Hurst's Scrooge as well as a brief appearance in John Schlesinger's Sunday Bloody Sunday and cameo roles in three films by Roman Polanski: Macbeth, Tess and Pirates. Pearson made his stage debut at age 18 at London's Collins's Music Hall, but didn't make his film debut until 32 when he played a Sergeant in the motion picture The Girl is Mine which was followed a year later by his performance as Mr. Tupper in Scrooge.\nIn later years, he is perhaps best known for his role as Mole in Cosgrove Hall's The Wind in the Willows, its subsequent television series, The Wind in the Willows which led on from the original film and its spin-off programme Oh, Mr. Toad both of which he starred alongside David Jason, Peter Sallis and Michael Hordern. He has also has appeared in episodes of One Foot in the Grave as Victor Meldrew's absent-minded brother, Alfred and the Men Behaving Badly episode \"Three Girlfriends\" as Gary's father Mr Strang.
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