Audiobook - "The Haunting of Hill House"-1999
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6' 2" (1.88 m)
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[on The Omen
(1976)] What was so good about that picture was that there was no blood in it, really. It's not a gorefest. Strange things happen, but it's got the mood and the music and everything. So of its type, of its kind, I think it's quite a superior film. But either way, you don't say no if you're asked to work with Gregory Peck
. And he was wonderful, by the way.
David Warner's limp in Straw Dogs
(1971) was real. He had smashed both his heels in a fall sometime before filming began and it was a long time before he could walk normally again. Warner's name is not in the credits because, for his career's sake, he did not want people to know about his problem. It was not for insurance reasons as it has been often written.
Often plays sinister villains