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Anthony Corlan

Northamptonshire Advertiser, 17th July 1964

Opportunity Knocks For Tony

SEVENTEEN-YEAR-OLD Anthony Higgins, chairman of Rushden Youth Council, who begins a three-year course at Birmingham School of Speech Training and Dramatic Art in September. He is a former pupil of Rushden Secondary School for Boys.

Tony HigginsTony is achieving a life­long ambition which, up to a short time ago, he could not see his way clear to doing.

He told us he had always wanted to be an actor, but only now was he able to start studying with the help of a county grant.

After the course he would like to join Birmingham Repertory Theatre, tout would take on anything that came his way, even television.

He is the second son of Mr and Mrs. P. Higgins, 6 Denton Close, Rushden.

Rushden Echo, 2nd April 1965, transcribed by Kay Collins

Silver MedalSeventeen-year-old Anthony Higgins, 6 Denton Close, Rushden, has obtained a silver medal for acting and a bronze for speaking verse and prose, both with honours, at the Birmingham School of Speech Training and Dramatic Art.

Rushden Echo, 29th December 1972, transcribed by Kay Collins

Actor in Germany
Anthony Corlan, the Rushden born actor who has appeared in many films and television plays, will be spending the New Year in Germany.

He has just finished televising one of the episodes in a new series of "The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes," which will be screened in the spring. Anthony's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Pat Higgins, of 6 Denton Close, Rushden.

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