Birth Name: Bernard Hill
Birth Place: Manchester, England, GB
Born on Dec. 17, 1944 in Manchester, England, Hill attended the Xaverian School before moving on to the Manchester School of Theatre, where he studied drama. A late bloomer, Hill began his professional career in the early 1970s with his acting debut in "Hard Labour" (1973), directed by fellow Englishman, Mike Leigh. In this made-for-television movie, Hill played Edward, son of a working-class family who must deal with a haranguing wife (Alison Steadman) that looks down upon his family. After making his stage debut in Willy Russell's "John, Paul, George, Ringo and Bert" (1974), he made his feature debut in the British-made docudrama "It Could Happen to You" (1975). After a few more small movi...
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