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Brit. Ambassador Lord John Marbury (Character)
from "The West Wing" (1999)

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Overview

Biography:
Lord John, as he is generally called, is a descendent of the third daughter of Queen Victoria... See more »
Alternate Names:
Lord John Marbury

Filmography

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TV:
  1. "The West Wing"
    ... aka "The White House" - Israel (English title), Japan (English title)
        - The Wake Up Call (2005) TV episode, Played by Roger Rees
        - Dead Irish Writers (2002) TV episode, Played by Roger Rees
        - The Drop In (2001) TV episode, Played by Roger Rees
        - He Shall, from Time to Time... (2000) TV episode, Played by Roger Rees (as Lord John Marbury)
        - Lord John Marbury (2000) TV episode, Played by Roger Rees (as Lord John Marbury)

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Fun Stuff

Quotes:
From "The West Wing: Dead Irish Writers (#3.16)" (2002)
[British Ambassador Lord John Marbury joins the President and First Lady at her birthday gala celebration]
Brit. Ambassador Lord John Marbury: Abigail!
President Josiah Bartlet: Now it's a party.
Abbey Bartlet: Oh. Yes, your lordship.
Brit. Ambassador Lord John Marbury: Your breasts are magnificent.
Abbey Bartlet: Oh. Um... thank you, John.
Brit. Ambassador Lord John Marbury: May I inquire, Mr. President - the first thing that attracted you to Abigail - was it her magnificent breasts?
Abbey Bartlet: It was.
President Josiah Bartlet: You know John, there are places in the world where it might be considered rude to talk about the physical attributes of another man's wife.
Brit. Ambassador Lord John Marbury: My god. Really?
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