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Character actor, Norman Bird, was born Norman A. Bird on Oct 30, 1920 in Coalville, England. Bird died at the age of 84 on Apr 22, 2005 in Wolverhampton, England .

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Paul Farrell: Can I buy you a drink, M. Salon?
Salon: Oh, no thank you. monsieur. I am on duty, and when on duty, I allow myself three drinks only.


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Norman Bird Facts
Left school at 16 and spent six months working in an office before studying at RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art). Whilst at RADA he began lifelong friendships with Richard Attenborough and Bryan Forbes.

Grew a moustache to qualify for older character parts as it became evident that he was not being considered for those as a leading man.

In 1950, he joined John Gielgud's company, understudying for Christopher Fry's The Lady's Not For Burning, which toured the United States.

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