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Born: August 15, 1945 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Bristol, England, GB Profession: actor

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This actor of stage and screen has devoted himself largely to period roles. Terry appeared in his native England with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Round House Theatre, the Royal Court Theatre and others, in such shows as "Romeo and Juliet" (1972), "'Tis Pity She's a Whore" and "Henry VI, Part III" (both 1977), "Pericles" and "Julius Caesar" (both 1979), and "The Duchess of Malfi" (1989).

This actor of stage and screen has devoted himself largely to period roles. Terry appeared in his native England with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Round House Theatre, the Royal Court Theatre and others, in such shows as "Romeo and Juliet" (1972), "'Tis Pity She's a Whore" and "Henry VI, Part III" (both 1977), "Pericles" and "Julius Caesar" (both 1979), and "The Duchess of Malfi" (1989).

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CAST: (feature film)

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 Troy (2004) Archeptolemus
4.
 feardotcom (2002) Turnbull
5.
 Emperor's New Clothes, The (2001) Montholon
6.
 Gengis Khan (1998)
7.
 Hunchback, The (1997) King Louis
8.
 Blue (1993) Voice
10.
 Orchid House, The (1991) Father
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1968:
Film debut, "The Lion in Winter"
1981:
US film debut as Arthur in John Boorman's "Excalibur"
1986:
First film with director Derek Jarman, "Caravaggio"
1987:
Featured in Jarman's "Last of England"
1988:
Co-starred in Jarman's "War Requiem"
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Starred in TV series "Covington Cross" (ABC)
1993:
Final collaboration with Jarman, was voice in "Blue"; Jarman died from complications from AIDS in February 1994
1999:
Co-starred in London stage revival of Harold Pinter's "The Birthday Party"
2001:
Appeared in "The Emperor's New Clothes"; screened at Locarno Film Festival
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