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Born: January 4, 1958 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Yorkshire, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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1995:
Acted in the ABC TV-movie "The Great Elephant Escape"
1990:
Featured in the thriller "Arachnophobia"
1982:
First appearance in feature film, "Privates on Parade"; had one-line part
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Founded small theater company that performed in schools and youth clubs
1996:
Had a guest starring role on an episode of "Chicago Hope" (CBS)
2006:
Joined the cast of the FOX drama "24" in season five as billionaire bad guy, Vladamir Bierko
1994:
Played a leftist German author encountering the rise of facism in 1920s Italy in Klaus Maria Bransauer's "Mario and the Magician"
1991:
Played Franz Liszt in James Lapine's "Impromptu" and Gustav Jung in Carlo Lizzani's "Cattiva"
2000:
Played King Louis XIV in Roland Joffe's "Vatel", the story of a chef and entertainer hired to fete the monarch
1986:
Played Percy Bysshe Shelley in "Gothic", a Ken Russell film based loosely upon the memoirs of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
1987:
Starred in the Robert Altman-directed ABC TV-movie presentation "The Room", based on Harold Pinter's one-act play
1992:
Acted in TNT's "Grand Isle", a TV-movie drama based on Kate Chopin's "The Awakening"
1994:
Co-starred in Mike Figgis' "The Browning Version", the first of several collaborations with the director
1984:
Had a featured role in Roland Joffe's "The Killing Fields"
1995:
Had a supporting role in Figgis' "Leaving Las Vegas"
1999:
Starred as "The Phantom of the Opera" in Dario Argento's reworking of the classic tale
1981:
TV debut in "A Married Man" on England's Channel Four (syndicated in 1984)
1984:
Appeared in the comedy "Oxford Blues"
2003:
Co-starred in the romantic drama "The Scoundrel's Wife"
1988:
Featured in the quirky psychic comedy "Vibes"
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First film appearance in Derek Jarman short, "Broken English"
1999:
Reteamed with Figgis, starring in the episodic "The Loss of Sexual Innocence"
1989:
Starred as a 17th-century "Warlock" in Steve Miner's time travel adventure
1993:
Starred in Jennifer Chambers Lynch's notorious directorial debut "Boxing Helena"
2000:
Acted in Figgis' experimental "Timecode", a presentation of four fully improvised movies filmed in a single take and exhibited on a quadruple split screen
1997:
Appeared in the Mike Figgis drama "One Night Stand"
2000:
Appeared in the sex-themed suspense thriller "Mercy", aired on HBO
1985:
Featured in the NBC TV-movie "Romance on the Orient Express"
1986:
Had a memorable featured role in the Merchant-Ivory production "A Room With a View"
1990:
Had a starring role in "Il Sole anche di notte", a Italian-French co-production helmed by the Taviani brothers
1991:
Had a supporting role in David Cronenberg's ambitious "Naked Lunch"
1993:
Reprised titular role in "Warlock: The Armageddon"
2008:
Landed a recurring role on "Lipstick Jungle"
2009:
Played Jor-El on "Smallville"
2015:
Nabbed a recurring role on "Gotham"
2015:
Voiced a role in the Edgar Allan Poe-inspired animated mystery film "Extraordinary Tales"

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