Appeared (as "Burgundy" / "Hume" / "Smith" / "Rutland") in "Henry VI, Parts 1-3", Birmingham, England, UK.
5 Biographical Movies |
7 Print Biographies |
3 Portrayals |
1 Article |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
5' 8" (1.73 m)
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[on Dirty Harry
(1971)] The morality behind the Don Siegel
film is almost Homeric and epic. One man tries to do his job properly and when he does it for the last time under Promethean provocation, he resigns from the police force. It is the story of an individual conscience and it is beautifully shown. One is very glad that such pictures are being made and I hope they make a lot of money at the ...
His relationship with his parents - he adored his supportive, theatrical mother, Louisa ("Lou" or "Louie"), but hated his homophobic, morose and selfish father - was key to his personality. Williams later claimed that all his acting and comedic talent came from his mother.
Flaring nostrils & a nasal 'posh' accent