The Way to Wexford ePub download
by GEORGE BAKER
- ISBN: 0747253811
- ISBN13: 978-0747253815
- ePub: 1830 kb | FB2: 1177 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Arts & Literature
- Publisher: HEADLINE BOOK PUBLISHING (2002)
- Pages: 352
- Rating: 4.2/5
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The Way to Wexford book. 346 yellowing pages due to quality of paper not storage. George Baker was born in Varna, Bulgaria, in 1931
The Way to Wexford book. Book Condition: New Book. George Baker was born in Varna, Bulgaria, in 1931. His father Frank, a Yorkshireman, had set up business in the Balkans, where he met George's mother Ev Headline, 2002.
George Morris Baker, MBE (1 April 1931 – 7 October 2011) was an English actor and writer. He was best known for portraying Tiberius in I, Claudius, and Inspector Wexford in The Ruth Rendell Mysteries. Baker was born in Varna, Bulgaria. His father was an English businessman and honorary vice consul and his mother a Red Cross nurse who moved to Bulgaria to help fight cholera.
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Product Information:TITLE: The Way to Wexford: The Autobiography. George Baker made his film and West End stage debut in the early 1950s and is now best known for his role as the unflappable Chief Inspector Wexford. Country of Publication. Item Information:Author : Baker, George. Books spine maybe slightly creased due to age and wear. Read full description. See details and exclusions.
ISBN 10: 0747253811 ISBN 13: 9780747253815. Publisher: HEADLINE BOOK PUBLISHING, 2002.
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In 1999, Baker underwent surgery to remove his prostate gland after being diagnosed with cancer. His autobiography, The Way to Wexford, was published three years later. He also collected together recipes from his own culinary exploits in A Cook for All Seasons (1989). In 2007, Baker was made an MBE for youth club fund-raising activities in his then home village of West Lavington, Wiltshire.
Baker first made his name in The Dam Busters and his first starring role was in The Ship That Died of Shame with Richard Attenborough. Baker, George (2002). United Kingdom: Headline. ISBN 978-0-7472-5381-5. This was followed by a string of Ealing films, and his film the 1950s swashbuckler, The Moonraker has been shown all over the world since 1958. However, over time, Baker became better known as a television actor. He was the second (to Guy Doleman) of many actors to portray the role of "Number Two" in the series The Prisoner, appearing in the series' first episode. He appeared in his own TV comedy series Bowler.