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Born: March 21, 1946 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: United Kingdom Profession: Cast ...
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1964:
Professional stage debut in "Coriolanus" at London's Queen's Theatre
1966:
Starred on stage in "Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against the Eunuchs"
1966:
Appeared with the Birmingham Repertory in West End production of "As You Like It"
1968:
Made screen acting debut in "The Lion in Winter"
1972:
Co-starred with Vanessa Redgrave in "Mary, Queen of Scots"
1975:
First appearance in an American film, "Permission to Kill"
1978:
Starred in "Sextette" as the husband of 85-year-old Mae West
1978:
Made his miniseries debut in "Centennial" (NBC)
1980:
Played Prince Barin in the cult science fiction classic, "Flash Gordon"
1983:
Played Mr. Rochester in the BBC serial of "Jane Eyre"
1986:
Co-starred with Joan Collins in the miniseries, "Sins" (CBS)
1986:
Officially named the new James Bond on August 6
1987:
Debuted as James Bond in "The Living Daylights"
1989:
Played the role of James Bond a second time in "License to Kill"
1991:
Played the villainous matinee idol Neville Sinclair in "The Rocketeer"
1992:
Appeared as criminal informant Eddie Myers in the acclaimed British miniseries, "Framed"
1994:
Announced that he had resigned from the role of James Bond
1994:
Played Rhett Butler in CBS' "Scarlett," the television miniseries sequel to "Gone with the Wind"
1997:
Starred in the Irish Republican Army drama, "The Informant" (Showtime)
1999:
Cast as Julius Caesar in the TV miniseries, "Cleopatra" (ABC)
2000:
Portrayed a priest enlisted to perform an exorcism in Showtime's "Possessed"
2001:
Cast as Scottish detective Alan Pinkerton in "American Outlaws"
2003:
Played a parody of James Bond in the film, "Looney Tunes: Back in Action"
2007:
Played the charming but sinister supermarket manager in the U.K. comedy, "Hot Fuzz"
2010:
Voiced the character of Mr. Pricklepants in the animated feature, "Toy Story 3"
2010:
Co-starred with Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp in "The Tourist"

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