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Lincoln Hudson

1969 - 2017

 
 Click on TheatreArtLife to access Lincoln's Contributor Page.

Click on TheatreArtLife to access Lincoln's Contributor Page.

In Memoriam

Lincoln was a professional Actor/ Writer and Independent filmmaker from London, England. After training at the Mountview Conservatoire of Performing Arts in London, he worked extensively in the theatre for over 25 years with Cameron MacKintosh, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Sir Trevor Nunn at the Royal National Theatre – “Les Miserables”, “Oliver”, “My Fair Lady”. He also worked in Repertory Theatre all over Europe & the United States in “The Invisible Man”, “Twelfth Night”, “Comedy Of Errors”, “Much Ado About Nothing”, “Murder On The Nile”, “Romeo & Juliet”, “Dick Whittington”, “Wizard Of Oz”, “Macbeth”, “Miracle On 34th Street”, “Shakespeare’s Roses”, “The Arcadians”, “The Green Parakeet”, “Hamlet”, “Dark Lady Of The Sonnets”, “Tournament Of Kings” and many more.

In 1988, Lincoln was awarded the prestigious Queen Mother Theatre Award of Acting Excellence. He is the author of 3 stage plays: “Face to Face With Hancock”, “Letters in Green Ink”, and “Testimony”. “Ronnie Brixton – The Best of British Boxing” is the second stage play that Lincoln has co-written with Author, Actor and Director Byron Tidwell, along with “Torment – A Mel Tormé Adventure”.

Lincoln was meant to originate the role of Ronnie Brixton. Sadly, he passed away only weeks prior to what would have been the premiere performance at the Hollywood Fringe 2017.