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Scottish actor Christopher Malcolm, who was a regular screen presence through the early seventies through the late eighties, and a cast regular on hit British comedy Absolutely Fabulous, died today at the age of 67. His passing was confirmed by his daughter, playwright Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, via Twitter. Today the world lost a beautiful, brilliant man. My dad Christopher Malcolm left peacefully and with dignity. He will always be my hero. X — morgan lloyd malcolm (@mogster) February 15, 2014 In addition to his television and film roles, Malcolm was an accomplished, classically trained Shakespearean actor, beginning his career with the prestigious Royal Shakespeare Company in England. He performed in standards like “Macbeth” and ”Hamlet,” though his push to mainstream audiences came during his appearance as Brad Majors in The Royal Court Theatre’s original run of “The Rocky Horror Show” in 1973. While a number of the stage cast transitioned to Jim Sharman’s big screen adaptation, The Rocky Horror Picture Show »
- Dustin Hucks
The actor who played Brad Majors in the original stage production of "The Rocky Horror Show" has died ... TMZ has learned.Christopher Malcolm died Saturday at age 67 ... his death was first confirmed by his daughter on Twitter.Malcolm originated the role of Brad in 1973 in the London production of Rhs ... playing the newlywed groom who takes refuge with his wife Janet in the home of sweet transvestite Dr. Frank-n-Furter. The stage show was turned into »
- TMZ Staff
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