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Born: June 13, 1943 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Yorkshire, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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2001:
Appeared in "Just Visiting," a remake of the French time-travel pic "Les Visiteurs" (1993)
1965:
Appeared in Royal Shakespeare Company productions for 18 months
1988:
Cast as the oily, corrupt studio chief in Blake Edwards' disappointing "Sunset"
1975:
Featured in the London stage revival of Joe Orton's "Entertaining Mr. Sloane"
2005:
Landed a recurring role as Ari's (Jeremy Piven) former partner and boss on the HBO series "Entourage"
1979:
Made his Hollywood debut opposite future wife Mary Steenburgen as H. G. Wells in "Time After Time"
1996:
Made rare TV appearance as porn magnate Benny Barratt in the British miniseries version of Peter Flannery's acclaimed epic "Our Friends in the North"
1968:
Made screen debut as the school rebel in Lindsay Anderson's "If..."
1983:
Portrayed the wolf to Steenburgen's "Little Red Riding Hood" for Showtime's "Faerie Tale Theatre"
1971:
Starred in his most famous role as Alex in Stanley Kubrick's "A Clockwork Orange"; earned a Golden Globe nomination
1980:
Starred in the off-Broadway revival of "Look Back in Anger"; directed by Lindsay Anderson
1996:
Made American TV series debut as the sardonic Professor Pynchon on the CBS sitcom "Pearl"
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Began acting career in the early 1960s, performing in regional repertory companies; adopted mother's maiden name of McDowell
2002:
Cast as the villain in the feature adaptation of "I Spy," starring Eddie Murphy and Owen Wilson
2004:
Cast in "Bobby Jones, Stroke of Genius," based on the life of golf legend Bobby Jones
2003:
Cast in Robert Altman's ballet-themed drama "The Company"
1992:
Contributed a cameo to Robert Altman's "The Player"
1976:
Portrayed Max Gunther in Stuart Rosenberg's "Voyage of the Damned"
1999:
Portrayed rich, sensible, not very likable uncle in the coming-of-age film, "My Life So Far"
1975:
Starred with Laurence Olivier and Helen Mirren in British production of Harold Pinter's "The Collection"; directed by Michael Apted
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Appeared in school productions of Shakespeare and in musical comedies
1975:
Attempting to escape his violent image, swashbuckled through Richard Lester's comic "Royal Flash"
2004:
Cast in the British crime drama, "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead"
1991:
Guest starred as Longtooth in "The Reluctant Vampire" episode of HBO's "Tales from the Crypt"
2009:
Once again teamed with Rob Zombie for "Halloween II"
1983:
Played a small role as legendary editor Maxwell Perkins to Steenburgen's Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings in "Cross Creek"
1995:
Played the villain opposite Lori Petty in the film "Tank Girl"
1985:
Portrayed King Arthur in the TV movie, "Arthur the King"
2007:
Portrayed the wealthy, conspiratorial villain Mr. Linderman on NBC's sci-fi series "Heroes"
1994:
Portrayed villainous Dr. Soren in "Star Trek: Generations"; received death threats for killing Captain Kirk
1982:
Acted opposite Nastassja Kinski in Paul Schrader's remake of "Cat People"
2007:
Cast in Rob Zombie's remake of the 1978 horror classic "Halloween"
1967:
Landed first feature acting role, in Ken Loach's "Poor Cow"; part was cut from the film before its release
1980:
Played the title role in "Caligula"; first film to feature eminent film actors with graphic and explicit sex; produced by <i>Penthouse</i> founder Bob Guccione
1973:
Second film with Anderson, "O Lucky Man!"; also served as a producer
1998:
Starred as Roarke in the short-lived ABC series remake of "Fantasy Island"
1982:
Made third and final film with Anderson, "Britannia Hospital"
2010:
Had an uncredited role in the post-apocalyptic thriller "The Book of Eli"
2010:
Acted opposite Emma Stone in the comedy "Easy A"
2011:
Cast in the critically acclaimed black-and-white, nearly silent film "The Artist"

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