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  1. Colin Welland (born Colin Edward Williams; 4 July 1934 – 2 November 2015) was an English actor and screenwriter. He won the BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his performance as Mr Farthing in Kes (1969) and the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for writing Chariots of Fire (1981).

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    Colin Welland. Actor: Straw Dogs. In a career of over 30 years this Lancashire-born former art teacher has achieved great success in acting, both in television and film and writing, for television, film and stage. His first film appearance is perhaps still his best-loved, the sympathetic Mr Farthing in Kes (1969), for which he won a BAFTA.

    • January 1, 1
    • Liverpool, Lancashire, England, UK
    • January 1, 1
    • London, England, UK
  3. Colin Welland. Actor: Straw Dogs. In a career of over 30 years this Lancashire-born former art teacher has achieved great success in acting, both in television and film and writing, for television, film and stage. His first film appearance is perhaps still his best-loved, the sympathetic Mr Farthing in Kes (1969), for which he won a BAFTA.

    • July 4, 1934
    • November 2, 2015
  4. 3 de nov. de 2015 · Tue 3 Nov 2015 13.20 EST. When Colin Welland, who has died aged 81 after suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, was handed the Oscar for his screenplay of Chariots of Fire in 1982, he waved it in...

    • Dennis Barker
  5. 6 de nov. de 2015 · Simon Kelner. Friday 06 November 2015 23:03 GMT. Comments. British actor and writer Colin Welland, left, accepts an Oscar for the best screenplay for Chariots of Fire in 1982 (AP) Every time he...

    • Simon Kelner
  6. 4 de nov. de 2015 · Associated Press. By Sam Roberts. Nov. 3, 2015. Colin Welland, a Liverpudlian screenwriter who won an Oscar for “Chariots of Fire” (1981), the dramatic tale of two Olympian runners who defied...

  7. 3 de nov. de 2015 · LONDON (AP) — Actor and writer Colin Welland, who famously told Hollywood “the British are coming” when he won an Academy Award for “Chariots of Fire,” has died. He was 81. His family said in a statement Tuesday that Welland, who had Alzheimer’s disease, died peacefully in his sleep late Monday.