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John Vincent Hurt

Birthdate: (75)
Birthplace: Shirebrook, Derbyshire, England
Immediate Family:

Son of Arnould Herbert Hurt and Phyllis Hurt
Husband of <private> Hurt (Meyers)
Ex-husband of <private> Hurt (Robertson); <private> Hurt (Peacock) and <private> Hurt (Dalton)
Partner of Marie-Lise Volpeliere-Pierrot
Father of <private> Hurt and <private> Hurt
Brother of <private> Hurt

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Immediate Family

    • <private> Hurt (Robertson)
    • <private> Hurt (Peacock)
    • <private> Hurt (Dalton)
    • <private> Hurt
    • <private> Hurt
    • <private> Owens
    • <private> Hurt (Meyers)
    • mother
    • <private> Hurt

About John Vincent Hurt

John Vincent Hurt, CBE (born 22 January 1940) is an English actor and voice actor. Among other honours, he has received two Academy Award nominations, a Golden Globe Award, and four BAFTA Awards, with the fourth being a Lifetime Achievement recognition.

According to a couple of respected and prolific Nottinghamshire based researchers (and others), the HURT line is documented back to the mid 15th century from the Nott's village of Eakring. In 1700, Mary HURT married George BLYTON. George and Mary Blyton are ancestors of Enid Blyton, so making John Hurt and Enid Blyton distant cousins.

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John Vincent Hurt's Timeline

January 22, 1940
Derbyshire, England
Age 21
Age 23
September 6, 1984
Age 44
January 24, 1990
Age 50
January 1990
Age 49
Age 55
May 19, 2003
Age 63

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