Timothy Dalton
English actor
Timothy Dalton
Timothy Peter Dalton) is a British actor of film and television. Dalton is known for portraying James Bond in The Living Daylights (1987) and Licence to Kill (1989), as well as Rhett Butler in the television miniseries Scarlett (1994), an original sequel to Gone with the Wind.
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‘Penny Dreadful’ Does Horror Well
Here And Now - WBUR - almost 2 years
The cast of “Penny Dreadful,” from left: Josh Hartnett as Ethan Chandler, Billie Piper as Brona Croft, Harry Treadaway as Dr. Victor Frankenstein, Eva Green as Vanessa Ives, Reeve Carney as Dorian Gray, Timothy Dalton as Sir Malcolm and Danny Sapani as Sembene. (Jim Fiscus/Showtime) NPR TV Critic Eric Deggans joins Here & Now’s Peter O’Dowd to talk about the return of Showtime’s ‘Penny Dreadful‘ on Sunday. The show offers much more than just cheap spooks. Guest Eric Deggans, TV critic for NPR. He tweets @Deggans.
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4 Controversial Movie Castings That Ultimately Resulted in Triumph
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
Next year, Ben Affleck will become the sixth man to play Batman in a movie. For the first time ever, The Dark Knight will be on the big screen with the Man Of Steel in Batman vs. Superman: Dawn Of Justice. According to the Internet Movie Database, it will be out in late March 2016. Two years ago when the casting of Affleck was first announced, there was so much widespread anger and disappointment that a petition was launched to get the Academy Award-winning producer & screenwriter kicked off the project. Why were people so upset about the idea of Affleck playing Batman? One word: Daredevil. While I'm of the belief that you shouldn't judge a casting until you see the performance, I can understand why fans would rather see someone else play The Dark Knight. Daredevil did suck, after all. And Christian Bale, who played Batman in Christopher Nolan's superb trilogy, is a tough act to follow. Somewhat smothered by all the excitement generated by the recent release of the second ...
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Timothy Dalton to Showtime's 'Penny Dreadful'
Monsters and Critics - over 3 years
Timothy Dalton (“James Bond” in The Living Daylights and License to Kill) has been cast in the new SHOWTIME
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Child Star From 'Mrs. Doubtfire' Reveals Her Whereabouts
Huffington Post - over 3 years
We love a good where-are-they-now story. Apparently so does Lisa Jakub, who you probably know better as that girl from "Mrs. Doubtfire" and "Independence Day." Not wanting to leave us confused as to her whereabouts, Jakub has quenched our desire to follow her post-child star moves by creating a blog in which she provides updates on her life after Hollywood. A recent photo of Lisa Jakub. Jakub, now 34, calls it "A blog about acting. And then not acting." In a nutshell, she abandoned her pre-pubescent Hollywood fame upon realizing "there must be more to life than premieres and pretending to be other people." On her blog, which she started in March, Jakub writes that she didn't want to become a "cautionary tale," like the many other child stars who've veered down paths of drug abuse and eating disorders -- an appropriate missive given the recent party antics of Amanda Bynes and Lindsay Lohan. The former actress goes on to say that she left Hollywood at age 22 to move to ...
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Dr. Franklin Ruehl, Ph.D.: Barry Nelson, American Actor, Was the Very First 007
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Slated for this year's Academy Awards is a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the 007 movie franchise which will include guest appearances by all six film actors who essayed the role of James Bond on the silver screen: Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Sir Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig. They reportedly will all step onstage to the accompaniment of songstress Adele's rendition of the Bond theme tune, "Skyfall." However, it must be stressed that American actor Barry Nelson was the very first to play the 007 role in 1954 (some nine years in before the first movie debuted) in the TV version of Casino Royale on the hour-long Climax anthology series. Interestingly, he was referred to as "Jimmy" throughout the production. Nelson had a long career in television (such as roles in The Twlight Zone, Thriller, and Murder, She Wrote) as well as films (such as The Shining, Pete 'n' Tillie and Airport). Sadly, he passed away in 2007 at the age of 90. Bu ...
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James Bond Franchise To Get An Oscar Tribute
MTV News - about 4 years
It's been a very special year for the James Bond franchise. 007 turned 50 years old, "Skyfall" made over $1 billion and now the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has revealed it's honoring our favorite British secret agent with a special tribute at the 85th Academy Awards. The Academy has announced the news in a press release. Thus far no details have been revealed about what the tribute will be beyond the fact it will involve "a special sequence." "We are very happy to include a special sequence on our show saluting the Bond films on their 50th birthday," Oscar producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron said in a statement. "Starting with ‘Dr. No’ back in 1962, the 007 movies have become the longest-running motion picture franchise in history and a beloved global phenomenon." Is it too much to hope that the tribute will include the six men who have played James Bond? Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig are all alive ...
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Bond-a-Thond: The Great, Big Wrap-Up Post
MTV News - over 4 years
Well, we did it. After 23 weeks of spies, gadgets, and alarmingly unhealthy sexual behavior, MTV Movies Blog crossed the finish-line of the first ever Bond-a-Thond. Along the way, we kept an eye on some totals, chronicled the most memorable moments, and simply basked in the glory of 007 and the world of Ian Flemming. It was a rip-roaring adventure that got a little dark somewhere around 1979, but just like Bond, we persevered and made it through. Click past the jump to check out some of our more unusual superlatives, as well as, the totals from our "by the numbers" counts and my closing thoughts on the series. Best Unused Songs Tie: Shirley Bassey's "No Good About Goodbye" from "Quantum of Solace" & Johnny Cash's "Thunderball" Best Villain Death Without a doubt, this award has to go to Yaphet Kotto as Dr. Kananga, who inflates after getting shot with a shark gun capsule. Best Gun Barrel Turn George Lazenby for his pizazz. (He's second from the right.) Best ...
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William Bradley: Skyfall in Perspective
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Skyfall is a smash hit, well on its way to being the biggest Bond film of the modern era. But what does it mean and where does it fit in the Bond canon and the current scene? Please be advised that there are massive spoilers ahead. There's no other way to unpack this film without discussing them and their meaning. Incidentally, my archive of articles related to Bond at 50 can be found here. Frankly, it's the sort of film I had hoped for in this 50th anniversary year of the Bond film franchise. Some of the scenes in Skyfall are literally breathtaking. The cinematography is great, the casting is outstanding, the performances excellent, the action stunning. It's a deeply resonant movie in terms of contemporary and timeless themes and the continuity of the series. Bond stands atop the Department of Energy and Climate Change looking out over a stunningly patriotic London skyline in Skyfall. After opening big in dozens of markets around the world, Skyfall took in $10 ...
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Zorianna Kit: Oliver Stone and Benicio Del Toro on the Savages DVD Release
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Oliver Stone's Savages became available on DVD today with a Blu-ray combo pack that also includes UltraViolet, DVD and Digital copy. The film, based on Don Winslow's novel, is about two best friends (played by Taylor Kitsch and Aaron Johnson) whose marijuana business attracts the attention of a Mexican Baja Cartel. When the boys refuse to work with the cartel, the girl they love -- played by Blake Lively -- is captured by the Mexican drug lords, which forces the two friends to play ball. Salma Hayek, John Travolta and Benicio Del Toro also star. The night before the presidential election, Stone and Del Toro sat down for an intimate dinner at the Four Season's Culina restaurant in Beverly Hills to talk about the film's DVD release, which also includes an unrated edition, a deleted scenes section and five-part 'Making Of' that is chock full of behind-the-scenes footage and cast interviews. The conversation veered all over the place. Both filmmaker and actor said they ...
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WATCH: Bond's Best Pre- And Post-Death One Liners
Huffington Post - over 4 years
"I think they were on their way to a funeral." In 1962's "Dr. No," Sean Connery-as-James Bond uttered that witty bon mot after a group of nefarious henchmen were driven off a cliff. The line, part of a script written by at least three people (with two other writers uncredited), was one of the first post-death zingers Bond said, and in the 50 years since, he's run off quite a few more. To celebrate the release of "Skyfall" and 007's 50th anniversary, HuffPost Entertainment has put together some of Bond's most memorable one-liners, from "Goldfinger" ("Shocking, positively shocking") to "Thunderball" ("I think he got the point") all the way through "Casino Royale." Watch above as Connery, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig spit out the Borscht Belt-y lines with aplomb, and leave your favorite Bond quip in the comments below. CORRECTION: An earlier version of this post mistakenly referred to "Pearce Brosnan" instead of Pierce Brosnan. The error h ...
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William Bradley: Bond at 50: Skyfall's Notable Premiere Harkens Back to Bond's Late Imperial Beginnings
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Tuesday night's world premiere of Skyfall in London was a major touchstone of the James Bond film series' beginnings 50 years ago. Held at the Royal Albert Hall, featuring the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall, it marked the continuum in Britain's ongoing quest for identity from its late imperial stage of the early 1960s to its emphatically post-imperial present. Skyfall, which doesn't open in North America for nearly two more weeks though it goes wide across the UK on Friday, is getting mostly rapturous reviews so far from the British press and Hollywood trades. And it's doing so by updating its own past. Some spoilers follow, though a full-on review of Skyfall won't come till the film is released in the US. It's all very English, and of course decidedly global, in this year of the London Olympics and the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. Skyfall's uber-villain Raoul Silva (Oscar-winner Javier Bardem) taunts Bond (the excellent Daniel Craig): "England, the Empire, MI6 ...
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James Bond Infographic Averages Girls, Guns, And Martinis
MTV News - over 4 years
By Colin Greten The highly anticipated 23rd installment of the James Bond franchise, "Skyfall," does not premiere until November 9th; however, dedicated Bond fans have been rewarded with a new chart from The Economist providing statistics on who is the most Bond of the six actors who have played the iconic role. What are Bond's three favorite things? Bond is driven by sexy women, alcohol and killing as many helpless henchmen as possible. The handy chart gives the average kills, martinis, and conquest per film for each Bond actor. When looking at the chart it would appear that Pierce Brosnan would be the most violent of all the Bonds, with a lot more kills than any of the others. Daniel Craig (currently Bond) has averaged an incredible amount of martinis in his two films, perhaps a result of the slightly darker nature of the newest films. The biggest surprise is George Lazenby, who despite only playing Bond once, has the most conquests of all. He may not have been a popula ...
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Strong Bonds – 007 from DR. NO to SKYFALL
Boom Tron - over 4 years
British singer Adele has yet again proven herself to be a family friendly version of Amy Winehouse by recording a theme to a James Bond film, by (unlike the late Ms. Winehouse) actually getting the song recorded. And yeah, the song Skyfall (from the new James Bond film, the name of which I’m drawing a blank on…) sounds like the same kind of bland crap that normally gets made for these films. Just when I thought they’d maybe turned a corner with the Jack White-performed theme song from Quantum of Solace (perhaps the theme songs are inversely correlated with the quality of the films), which was so catchy that I could actually slap the meat curtains to it, as the common phrase goes. Although, as everyone knows, no song will ever topple A-ha’s theme from The Living Daylights – not just as a Bond theme, but as a song. Having been crowned the “King of Songs” by the music wizards, A-ha’s ditty is now technically classified a sovereign nation (I’m not surprised if readers in the USA ha ...
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JAMES BOND: 'Roger Moore Was Never Sexually Threatening'
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Britt Ekland is 20 years, minus a day, older than James Bond, it turns out. The Swedish star, still a dazzler on the eve of her 50th birthday, remembers very fondly her time as a Bond Girl in Man With The Golden Gun (1974), and especially her clinches with Bond of that era, Roger Moore. Britt Ekland with her James Bond of choice, Roger Moore Moore, as the joker Bond, sometimes gets sandwiched these days between the memorable charisma of Sean Connery and the suaveness of Pierce Brosnan (George Lazenby and Timothy Dalton have trouble being mentioned at all these days, by many, and the era of Daniel Craig gets attention all by itself), but Ekland is in no doubt as to what Roger Moore brought to the part... "He was gorgeous, he was tall, handsome, cheeky, sophisticated," she tells me at Stoke Park in Buckinghamshire, (the location for Goldfinger and Tomorrow Never Dies), where she is helping celebrate the superspy's 50th anniversary. "He was never threatening. Y ...
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Daniel Craig Double Whammy: Special Bond Covers For Vanity Fair And GQ
Best Week Ever - over 4 years
Taylor Swift and Emma Watson aren’t the only celebrities getting double covers in the same month around these parts. Now that the twenty third installment of the James Bond series, Skyfall, is due to release later this month, the martini-swillin’, lady-lovin’ spy is everywhere. And by that we mean, the actor who plays “Bond, James Bond,” Daniel Craig, is everywhere. Hallelujah, right? This month, he covers both British GQ and Vanity Fair‘s November issues, who both have special Bond covers adorning their faces. The magazines have come a little late to the party — Esquire released their Bond October cover with Craig on it back in August! Still, we’re not complaining. The more the merrier! And with Craig hosting Saturday Night Live this week, we’re basically in heaven. GQ’s really done it in style, though. To mark the 50th anniversary of Bond and the movie’s release, they’ve got special covers for previous James Bonds, before Craig took on the role. Sir Sean Connery, George Lazenby, ...
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Want To Buy Bond's Aston Martin?
Huffington Post - over 4 years
LONDON — For sale: used sports car, one debonair but dangerous owner. An Aston Martin V12 DBS coupe which featured in the James Bond film "Quantum of Solace" is the top attraction at a charity auction marking the 50th anniversary of "Dr. No," the first 007 film, Christie's auctioneers said Thursday. The car, a black 2008 model, is expected to sell for at least 100,000 pounds ($160,000) at an invitation-only auction on Oct. 5. Proceeds will benefit Barnardo's, a British children's charity. Nine other items, including sunglasses worn by Daniel Craig in "Quantum of Solace," will also be offered Oct. 5 in support of other charities. Christie's said 40 items will be offered through an online auction from Sept. 28 to Oct. 8 to benefit UNICEF. Many of the items were donated by EON Productions, producer of the "official" Bond films, and there were also donations from Timothy Dalton, Aston Martin and the family of the late Ian Fleming, the creator of James Bond. ...
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One of the Best Bond Flicks Joins One of the Worst In '007 Legends' Levels
MTV News - over 4 years
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EMMYS: ‘Hatfields & McCoys’ Producer Leslie Greif
Deadline Hollywood - over 4 years
It might have taken three decades to turn America’s most famous family feud into a miniseries, but it’s been worth the effort for veteran TV and film producer Leslie Greif, whose Hatfields & McCoys broke basic cable ratings records in its Memorial Day debut. The three-part story about the infamous post-Civil War clash starring Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton ranked as the top three most-watched entertainment telecasts of all time on ad-supported cable, with the conclusion drawing a record 14.3 million viewers. The mini’s success even earned Greif a congratulatory call from Bob Iger, CEO of Disney, which co-owns History Channel parent A&E Networks. It’s a fitting conclusion for a passion project that no one seemed interested in. Greif, a history buff, first got the idea for Hatfields & McCoys when he started in the TV business in the early 1980s. Broadcast television was attracting huge audiences with event miniseries like Roots and Shogun, and he thought a miniseries about ...
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Peter Sheldrick: Why James Bond remains the world’s favourite secret agent
Natiobak Post - almost 5 years
After surviving 23 films (including Skyfall, set for release this fall), six actors and thousands of bullets with his name on them, British Secret agent James Bond is celebrating his 50th birthday this year. What makes the 007 character so durable on the silver screen? The answer begins with the original producers of the first James Bond film, and ends with present-day 007, Daniel Craig. Half a century ago, Canadian Harry Saltzman and American Albert R. Broccoli teamed up to produce the first James Bond movie, 1962’s Dr. No. They wanted to introduce a new hero to the screen: A hard-boiled, classy secret agent with a licence to kill. They knew if the movie made a dollar back, there would be a sequel. But they also knew that before they could be rewarded with a franchise, they’d have to capture the public’s imagination. So, an underwater set was built; a handsome and suave Scottish actor named Sean Connery was cast as the hero; and a beautiful woman was filmed rising from the ocean in ...
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Timothy Dalton
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  • 2010
    Age 63
    In 2010 and 2011, he starred in several episodes of the fourth season of the American spy comedy Chuck as Alexei Volkoff. Dalton voiced the character Mr. Pricklepants in Toy Story 3, which was released on 18 June 2010; and again in the television specials Toy Story of Terror! (2013) and Toy Story That Time Forgot (2014).
    More Details Hide Details From 2014 to 2016, Dalton portrayed the character Sir Malcolm Murray for three seasons on the Showtime original television series Penny Dreadful.
  • 2009
    Age 62
    He was first heard in the role narrating a preview clip shown at the 2009 Comic Convention.
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  • FIFTIES
  • 2004
    Age 57
    At the end of that year and the beginning of 2004, he returned to theatre to play Lord Asriel in the stage version of His Dark Materials.
    More Details Hide Details In 2007, Dalton played Simon Skinner in the action/comedy film Hot Fuzz. Dalton returned once again to British television in a guest role for the Doctor Who 2009–10 two-part special The End of Time, playing Rassilon.
  • 2003
    Age 56
    In 2003, he played a parody of James Bond named Damian Drake in the film Looney Tunes: Back in Action.
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  • 1999
    Age 52
    In the 1999 TV film Cleopatra he played Julius Caesar.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1992
    Age 45
    He also appeared as criminal informant Eddie Myers in the acclaimed 1992 British TV film Framed.
    More Details Hide Details During the second half of the 1990s he starred in several cable films, most notably the Irish Republican Army drama, The Informant, and the action thriller Made Men.
  • 1991
    Age 44
    Instead, he played the villainous matinee idol-cum-Nazi spy Neville Sinclair in 1991's The Rocketeer, and Rhett Butler in Scarlett, the television miniseries sequel to Gone with the Wind.
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  • 1990
    Age 43
    Since Dalton was contracted for three Bond films, the pre-production of his third film began in 1990, in order to be released in 1991.
    More Details Hide Details What was confirmed is that the story would deal with the destruction of a chemical weapons laboratory in Scotland, and the events would take place in London, Tokyo and Hong Kong. The film was cancelled due to legal issues between UA/MGM and Eon Productions, which lasted for four years. The legal battle ended in 1993, and Dalton was expected to return as James Bond in the next Bond film, which later became GoldenEye. Despite his contract having expired, negotiations with him to renew it took place. Dalton surprised everyone on 12 April 1994 with the announcement that he would not return as James Bond. At this time, he was shooting the mini-series Scarlett. The announcement for the new Bond came two months later, with Pierce Brosnan playing the role. Dalton reflected in 2007, "I was supposed to make one more but it was cancelled because MGM and the film's producers got into a lawsuit which lasted for five years. After that, I didn't want to do it any more."
  • THIRTIES
  • 1986
    Age 39
    In 1986, Dalton was approached to play Bond after Roger Moore had retired, and Pierce Brosnan could not get out of contractual commitments to the television series Remington Steele.
    More Details Hide Details Dalton would soon begin filming Brenda Starr and could do The Living Daylights only if the Bond producers waited six weeks. Dalton's first appearance as 007, The Living Daylights (1987) was critically successful, and grossed more than either of the previous two Bond films with Moore (Octopussy (1983) and A View to a Kill (1985)), as well as contemporary box-office rivals such as Die Hard and Lethal Weapon. His second film, Licence to Kill (1989), although almost as successful as its predecessor in most markets, did not perform as well at the U.S. box office, in large part due to a lacklustre marketing campaign, after the title of the film was abruptly changed from Licence Revoked. The main factor for the lack of success in the U.S. was that it was released at the same time as the hugely successful Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Tim Burton's Batman, and Lethal Weapon 2, during the summer blockbuster season. In the United Kingdom—one of its critical markets—the film was also hampered by receiving a 15 certificate from the British Board of Film Classification which severely affected its commercial success. Future Bond films, following the resolution of legal and other issues, were all released between 31 October and mid-December, in order to avoid the risk of a summer failure, as had happened to Licence To Kill.
  • 1979
    Age 32
    In either 1979 or 1980, he was approached again, but did not favour the direction the films were taking, nor did he think the producers were seriously looking for a new 007.
    More Details Hide Details As he explained, his idea of Bond was different. In a 1979 episode of the television series Charlie's Angels, Dalton played the role of Damien Roth, a millionaire playboy described by David Doyle's character as "almost James Bond-ian".
  • 1978
    Age 31
    With two notable exceptions, the films Mary, Queen of Scots (1971) and Permission to Kill (1975), he remained a theatre actor until 1978.
    More Details Hide Details That year he starred in Sextette as the husband of 85-year-old Mae West, hailing his return to cinema and the beginning of his American career. While in the United States, Dalton worked mainly in television, although he starred in several films. During this time, he played Prince Barin in the 1980 cult science fiction classic Flash Gordon and played Mr. Rochester in the 1983 BBC serial of Jane Eyre. Dalton starred alongside Jonathan Pryce in the 1985 film The Doctor and the Devils. Dalton co-starred with Joan Collins in the miniseries, Sins (1986). He was also replaced in two films in which he'd been signed to appear. He was offered the role of real-life British Prime Minister William Lamb in the film Lady Caroline Lamb. The filmmakers replaced him with Jon Finch at the last moment; Dalton sued for breach of contract and won an out-of-court settlement.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1971
    Age 24
    Dalton was in a relationship with English actress Vanessa Redgrave (with whom he appeared in the 1971 film Mary, Queen of Scots and the 1979 film Agatha) between 1971 and 1986. He was in a relationship with musician Oksana Grigorieva in the 1990s. They married in 1997 and had a son, Alexander.
    More Details Hide Details Dalton is a Manchester City F.C. supporter, and is often seen at the City of Manchester Stadium to watch the team play.
  • 1970
    Age 23
    This was the first of several period dramas, which included a remake of Wuthering Heights in 1970 in which he portrayed Heathcliff.
    More Details Hide Details After a few more films, Dalton took a break in 1971 to concentrate on the theatre, performing with the Royal Shakespeare Company and other troupes throughout the world. In 1975, Dalton and Vivien Merchant headed the cast of a revival of Noël Coward's The Vortex.
  • 1968
    Age 21
    Dalton quickly moved to television, working mainly with the BBC, and in 1968 made his film debut as Philip II of France in The Lion in Winter.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1966
    Age 19
    Dalton did not complete his RADA studies, leaving the academy in 1966 to join the ensemble of the Birmingham Repertory Theatre.
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  • 1964
    Age 17
    He left school in 1964 to enrol in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and tour with the National Youth Theatre.
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  • 1944
    Age -3
    Born on March 21, 1944.
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