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Henry Goodman was born in Whitechapel and grew up in London’s East End. He began his professional career at age ten when he was cast as one of a group of Jewish children smuggled out of a concentration camp in the WWII drama Conspiracy of Hearts (1960). Six years later, he directed the stage musical Love from Judy which featured his sister and twin brother in the cast. He has since acted in numerous plays for the National Theatre, RSC and in the West End, winning two Olivier awards and garnering critical praise as well as featuring in a huge variety of films and TV series.