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Tony Booth
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    (October 9, 1931-September 25, 2017)
    Born in Liverpool, England, United Kingdom
    Also credited as 'Anthony' and 'Antony'
    Portrayed Mike Rawlins in 'Til Death Do Us Part' (1966-75)
    Appeared in the films 'Pit of Darkness' (1961), 'The L-Shaped Room' (1962), 'The Return of Mr. Moto' (1965), 'Adolf Hitler: My Part in His Downfall' (1974), 'Confessions of a Window Cleaner' (1974), 'Confessions of a Pop Performer' (1975), 'Confessions of a Driving Instructor' (1976), 'Confessions of a Summer Camp Councillor' (1977), 'Priest' (1994), 'The Contender' (2000) and 'Gone to the Dogs' (2006)
    Father of Cherrie Blair
    Father-in-law of Tony Blair
    A Daily Mail reporter wrote, 'Listening to his track record as a father, you quickly conclude you wouldn't give him a budgie to rear, let alone eight daughters.'
    His account of a meeting with daughter Jenia: 'I started talking to this perfectly nice girl. After a while she smiled and said to Steph [his wife], 'Dad doesn't recognize me, does he?' '
    He said he would never speak to daughter Lauren again after she converted to Islam.
    When he was busted for DUI, he addressed the arresting officer as 'you Yorkshire bastard.' (1970)
    He stripped naked in the play 'Oh! Calcutta!'
    He had his nose broken multiple times in bar fights.
    He filed for bankruptcy twice, each time with unpaid taxes as his principal debt (1973,1979).
    During a drunken attempt to get into his apartment after his girlfriend locked him out, he set fire to a barrel of paraffin and then fell into it, severely burning himself (1979).
    After setting himself on fire, he was declared clinically dead three times and required 26 skin grafts.
    He gave up his heavy drinking, which he said was made easier by wine smelling a lot like paraffin.
    He was president of Equity, the British actors union.
    While living in Ireland, 'Brits Out' was spray painted on his car (2004).
    Interviewers frequently describe him as a 'charming rogue.'

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