Gielgud


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

Gielgud

Sir John. 1904--2000, English stage, film, and television actor and director
References in periodicals archive ?
Look for Gielgud's Venice of noble architecture, space and sumptuous costumes and you will be wasting your time.
Producer Sir John Woolf (left) and Sir John Gielgud during the filming of Tales of the Unexpected at Somerleyton Hall
<B Dame Judi Dench and Sir Ian McKellen during the unveiling of a new plaque commemorating her friend and fellow actor Sir John Gielgud on Cowley Street, Westminster, yesterday
Established in honour of the English actor Sir John Gielgud, the Gielgud award has been given sporadically since 1996.
This intimate interaction between practitioner and material reflects John Gielgud's description of speaking Shakespeare in his essay about acting, "Art or Craft," in which he uses the parallel of swimming:
This volume considers four actors encompassing nearly a century of theatrical experience: John Gielgud (1904-2000), Laurence Olivier (1907-89), Peggy Ashcroft (1907-91), and Judi Dench (b.
| CONFRONTATION: The Gielgud Theatre, in Shaftesbury Avenue, central London where Dame Helen Mirren, left, shouted at noisy street performers
It follows The Ladykillers critically-acclaimed West End run at London''s Gielgud Theatre.
An influential teacher called Joy Harvey, who had worked with John Gielgud, nudged her along a perhaps inevitable career path.
True, Russell Brand and Helen Mirren aren't quite as good as Dudley Moore and John Gielgud, but it's still a rather sweet, funny and uplifting romcom.
The pavilion will be located next to the ornamental formal garden, a centrepiece of the estate previously owned by the actor Sir John Gielgud.