He played Tullus Aufidius in William Shakespeare's play, "Coriolanus," at the Nottingham Playhouse in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England with John Neville, Leo McKern, James Cairncross, Christopher Hancock, Michael Crawford (played 2nd Citizen, 2nd Servingman), Roger Clissold, Dorothy Reynolds, and Richard Digby-Day in the ...
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Sir Ian McKellan | Sir Ian McKellen
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They didn't call it marriage, although you can call it anything you want. The one thing you cannot mention is God, that is absolutely verboten. I suppose I'm a bit mean-spirited, but I really can't see why the government couldn't just say gay people can get married - that would have been true equality and so much simpler. But that hasn't been done because they couldn't face the furore. So they've...
While being a guest on Jay Leno
(December 26, 2003), he said that he had not seen X2
(2003) when it opened in theaters, he only saw it when the DVD hit the stores. He then called up Bryan Singer
and asked, "Is there going to be X-Men 3?" Singer replied, "Yes". In his excitement, he got Singer six theater tickets to go see The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
(2003). As it turned out,
Distinctively calm style of speaking.