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Jamie Lloyd has become the youngest director to break into The Stage 100 power list since Sam Mendes.

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Further to the obituary of Harold Pinter (26 December), he wasn't just a good director – he was the best, writes Michael Gambon. Harold was very plain speaking, not really going in for lavish phrases.

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Harold Pinter, playwright, actor and political activist, dies aged 78

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This valedictory from Simon Gray, who died in August, is a delight, full as it is of all that is best and worst about human nature: hatred, fear, joy, generosity, compassion, honesty. In it, he is facing up to the end of 60 years of smoking, so a certain irascibility is inevitable, but it's always amusing how the small things cause the greatest outbursts – for example his utter disgust at the woman next to him on a plane who can't stop sneezing and blowing her nose and stuffing paper cups with used hankies.

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With his burly physique, deep voice, and a special gift for suggesting underlying menace, Terence Rigby had a stage and screen career included several memorable heavies and monsters. On sceen he was a London villain in Get Carter (1971), opposed James Bond as Bukharin in Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) and was a memorably brooding Stalin – a part he had played previously in the theatre – in Testimony (1988).

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Stage and screen actor Terence Rigby has died at 71, his spokesman announced yesterday.

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