Sir Harold Pinter

1. – Bruno Ganz, Lumiere, France, 1976. For her directing debut, French superstar   Jeanne Moreau invited the actor-playwright (future Nobel Prize-winner, 2005) to play her central   writer figure. He   was, though, “in the midst of his scandal” over his love affair with writer Lady Antonia Fraser (his second wife in 1980), while still wed to his first, actress Vivien Merchant.

 Usual occupation: Angry Young PlaywrightBirth year: 1930Death year: 2008Other name: Casting Calls:  1