Hugh Alexander Forbes Latimer (born Haslemere, Surrey 12 May 1913 - died London 12 June 2006) was an English actor and toy maker.He was educated at Oundle and Caius College, Cambridge, where he joined Footlights. He briefly attended the Central School of Speech and Drama, before appearing in "White Cargo" at the Brixton Theatre in 1936.After being called up in 1940, he was commissioned to the 34th Light AA Regiment and saw active service in the Middle East and India between 1941 and 1945.He was married to Sheila Gairns. The couple had two daughters.
Illustrations: Illustrations; by Hugh Latimer, sometime Bishop of Worcester, martyr, 1555 ; edited for the Parker Society by the Rev. George Elwes Corrie.; [v.33-34]; Vol.  has title: Sermons and remains of Hugh Latimer ...; Vol.  has spine title: Sermons of Bp....
Large paper ed.; Hugh Latimer ; carefullly edited by Edward Arber.; [no. 1]; With reproduction of original t.-p. and colophon.; "The ploughers Bibliography": p.
Large paper ed.; / Hugh Latimer ; carefully edited by Edward Arber.; Includes reproductions of original title pages and colophon.; Bibliography: p. 
Originally published as: A notable sermō.
Hugh Latimer; carefully edited by Edward Arber.; English reprints
Hugh Latimer; carefully ed. by Edward Arber.; English reprints