Played the Doctor in one of the Doctor Who Unbound audio plays.
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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. He clarified in a 2017 interview that this was unrelated to the fact his name is not in the credits (as has been claimed): his agent wanted him to have above-the-title billing with Dustin Hoffman
and Susan George
Often plays sinister villains