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Richard Lupino

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Richard Lupino
Born(1929-10-29)29 October 1929
Died9 February 2005(2005-02-09) (aged 75)
Other names
  • Richard Lane
  • Dicky Lupino
Years active1940-1983
Spouse(s)Pandora Bronson (?-2005) (his death)
Parent(s)Wallace Lupino (father)

Richard Lupino (29 October 1929 – 9 February 2005 [1]) was an American film, stage and television actor, of British parentage, part of the theatrical Lupino family, led to prominence by Lupino Lane and including Ida Lupino.

He was born in Hollywood to British actor Wallace Lupino and his wife Rose. He worked as a medic in Korea with the rank of corporal. [6] He trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, where he graduated on July 1, 1945.[2] He was married to Pandora Bronson Lupino.

He appeared in a handful of films between 1940 and 1973,[1] making his debut at the age of ten as Just William in the film of the same name (1940).[1] He was also active on the stage, in regional theater, on Broadway, in London, in Sydney, Australia, and appeared frequently on US television from the 1950s to the 1970s.[1]

He was a founding member of the Charles Laughton Shakespeare Group. [6] In 2002, his play, The Evening Shift, was performed off-off-Broadway, and was later optioned for film. [6] He wrote several television scripts with his cousin, the actress and director Ida Lupino.[3]


He died of complications from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in 2005, aged 75. [6]


Year Title Role Notes
1940 Just William William Brown
1949 That Forsyte Woman Chester Forsyte Uncredited
1950 Kim Sentry Uncredited
1951 Royal Wedding Singing Elevator Boy Uncredited
1954 Rhapsody Otto Krafft
1955 Strategic Air Command Lieutenant - Controller Uncredited
1955 The Marauders Perc Kettering
1955 The Sea Chase British Officer of the Watch Uncredited
1959 Never So Few Mike Island
1960 Midnight Lace Foster
1963 The New Phil Silvers Show Christopher Hawthorne TV series, episode "The Son of Pygmalion"
1964 Father Goose Radioman Uncredited
1973 Avengers of the Reef


  1. ^ a b c d "Richard Lupino". Internet Movie Database (IMDb). Retrieved 2007-11-13.
  2. ^ "RADA alumni directory". Retrieved 2010-05-31.
  3. ^ "Richard Lupino, 75, TV and Stage Actor, Is Dead". New York Times. 2005-03-10. Retrieved 2007-11-13.

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