John Clark est un Acteur et Réalisateur Britannique né le 1 novembre 1932 à Londres (Royaume-uni)
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Nom de naissance Ivan John ClarkNationalité Royaume-uniNaissance 1 novembre 1932
(88 ans) à Londres (Royaume-uni
Not to be confused with John Clark (American actor) (1933-2011), known for western films.
Ivan John Clark (born 1 November 1932) is an English actor, director, producer and writer. Clark is probably best known for his role as Just William in theatre and radio in the late 1940s and as the former husband of actress Lynn Redgrave, to whom he was married for 33 years. However, he established himself as a stage actor and director after moving to the United States in 1960, and became noted for his theatrical directorship of plays featuring Redgrave in the 1970s such as A Better Place at Dublin's Gate Theatre (1973),
The Two of Us (1975), Saint Joan (1977–78), and a tour of California Suite (1976). In 1981, he co-directed the CBS television series House Calls, which Redgrave starred in alongside Wayne Rogers.
In 1993-4 Clark produced and directed the one woman play, Shakespeare for My Father written and performed by Lynn Redgrave, which played on Broadway and then the Haymarket Theatre in London, followed by a tour of Australia and Canada.
Clark and Redgrave lived in Barnes, London and Howth, Dublin for a number of years before returning to the United States where he was a citizen. They lived for 22 years at Colina Drive in Topanga, California. They had 3 children together, Benjamin (b. 1968), Kelly (b. 1970) and Annabel (b. 1981). At one point, Redgrave had legally hyphenated her name to Redgrave-Clark. Redgrave filed for divorce in 1999 after Clark revealed to Redgrave that he had fathered a child, Zachary, in 1991 with his personal assistant, Nicolette Hannah, who later married (and subsequently divorced) their son Benjamin. The divorce proceedings were front page news for months. Clark defended himself in Family Court proceedings before family court Judge Arnold Gold, and contested the tabloid's version of events and wrote about his views on court proceedings at his website. Redgrave's one-woman play Nightingale (2009), which explored the life of her maternal grandmother, also included reflections about her marriage to Clark.
Redgrave died on 2 May 2010. A week later, Clark collapsed with chest pain outside the church when refused entry to Redgrave's Kent, Connecticut funeral and was admitted to a hospital. The next day, Clark met his family members at the church and reconciled with them.
Clark met his third wife, Miyuki Tsunoda, via an online dating service and they married in 2002. In 2005, he appeared in the film Charlie's Death Wish. On 13 December 2006, Clark suffered a heart attack. After angioplasty surgery, he received the implant of a pacemaker.
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