Norman Bird Overview:

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 .


British actor with man-in-the-street air, usually sporting a toothbrush moustache. Referred to himself as "the man with the cardigan" and played numerous henpecked, inadequate, interfering or tentatively friendly little men or petty officials. Busiest in films in the 1960s.

(Source: available at Amazon Quinlan's Film Character Actors: an Illustrated Directory).



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Norman Bird Quotes:

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
A private man off the screen he enjoyed gardening, walking and the countryside.

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

Met his wife, Nona Blair, in Rep in Northampton.

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