He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Henry IV, Part I," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Alan Howard, Brewster Mason, Emrys James, Stuart Wilson, George Baker, Trevor Peacock, Oliver Ford-Davies, Maureen Pryor, and Ann Hasson in the cast. Terry Hands was director.
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Charlz Dens | Charles Dance OBE
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[on certain scenes in the television series Game of Thrones
(2011)] You saw all this violence and all this rumpy pumpy, and it's all doggie-style. I said to [the executive producers] "Obviously, the missionary position didn't come into vogue for a few years yet in the Seven Kingdoms". And they said "We wanted it to be kind of animalistic, Charles" and I said, "Well, it's certainly that".
In 1975, he became supporting player with the Royal Shakespeare Company and played roles in "Hamlet", "Henry IV", "Richard III", "Henry V", "As You Like It" and "Coriolanus", among others.
Sophisticated British accent and rich yet calm voice