The "Scots" that wis uised in this airticle wis written bi a body that haesna a guid grip on the leid.
Please mak this airticle mair better gin ye can.
in The Robe (1953)
|Born||Richard Walter Jenkins|
10 November 1925
|Dee'd||5 August 1984 (aged 58)|
Cause o daith
(m. 1949–1963, divorced)
(m. 1964–1974; 1975–1976, divorced)
Suzy Hunt (m. 1976–1982, divorced)
(m. 1983–1984; his daith)
Liza Todd Burton
Richard Burton, CBE (10 November 1925 – 5 August 1984) wis a Welsh stage an cinema actor kent for his mellifluous baritone vyce an his great actin talent that mony critics believed he squandered in an excess o hedonism. Establishing himsel as a formidable Shakespearean actor in the 1950s an the purveyor o a memorable Hamlet in 1964, Burton wis cried "the naitural successor tae Olivier" bi critic an dramaturg Kenneth Tynan. An alcoholic, Burton's failure tae live up tae those expectations fuellt his legend as the greatest thespian wastrel syne John Barrymore, anither great Hamlet thats career foondered in a sea o alcohol anaa.
Burton wis nominated seiven times for an Academy Awaird wioot iver winnin. He wis a recipient o BAFTA, Golden Globe an Tony Awards for Best Actor. In the mid-1960s, Burton ascendit intae the ranks o the tap box office actors an bi the late 1960s, wis the heichest-peyed actor in the warld, receivin fees o $1 million or mair plus a share o the gross receipts.
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