Edward Atterton

Actor Edward Atterton

Edward Atterton is an English actor. Atterton's first television role was in an episode of ITV's Agatha Christie's Poirot in 1993. The same year, he was cast in the recurring role of Dr. Alex Taylor in the ITV drama series Medics. After continuing in various British television productions for some years, Atterton began working in the U.S. in the late 1990s. He had a role in the 1998 remake of The Man in the Iron Mask, and also starred in the WB's short-lived spy series Three.
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TELEVISION REVIEW; A Stormy Family on a Sandy Planet
NYTimes - almost 15 years
What can you do to clear your head when this troubled world becomes too much to bear? Visit another troubled world. The change of scene is exhilarating. That's the promise made, and often kept, by ''Frank Herbert's 'Children of Dune,' '' the hallucinatory mini-series that begins tomorrow night on the Sci Fi channel. This is the sequel to the
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TELEVISION/RADIO; A Modern Cinderella, No Prince Needed
NYTimes - over 16 years
MOST actresses, when a script requires them to run, look like, well, actresses required to run. But Jennifer Garner, as the C.I.A. agent-grad student Sydney Bristow in ABC's ''Alias,'' moves with the concentrated motion of a sprinter. She digs in when she runs, with her elbows tucked close to her sides, her hands efficiently slicing upward. Best of
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COVER STORY; Damsels, Ye Run Rings Around the Knights
NYTimes - over 16 years
FOR the better part of 18 years, ''The Mists of Avalon,'' Marion Zimmer Bradley's best-selling 1983 novel, languished in Hollywood as movie studios struggled in vain to develop a feature film of the 876-page saga. Now the King Arthur legend, retold from the unorthodox perspective of the principal women surrounding him, has finally made it to the
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Trio's Orders: Steal $3 Million, or Else
NYTimes - about 20 years
By all means, somebody should bring back ''The Mod Squad.'' Remember Linc, Pete and Julie (''First they got busted, then they got badges'') striding side by side in their cool hippie clothes? They were young; they were intense; they just wanted to help. What if they had had cell phones, laptops and a getaway Range Rover? Of course, now that someone
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They're Dining on Quail And Whining About Life
NYTimes - over 21 years
If the rich are indeed different from you and me, maybe it's because they just don't have a clue. That's certainly the impression left by ''Far Harbor,'' John Huddles's earnestly pretentious portrait of eight extremely well-heeled yuppies in a Long Island shoreline mansion dining on quail in tangerine sauce and playing truth games. These sniping,
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SUNDAY VIEW; Again at the Top of the Bill: Peter Brook
NYTimes - over 23 years
PETER BROOK, ONETIME prodigy of the English-speaking theater, continues to go his own way with the commitment of a novice in an order that he himself founded, for which the rules are still being written. Now 69, he has lost none of the passion, mind and sense of adventure that so astonished London nearly 50 years ago. He remains, as Kenneth Tynan
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    FORTIES
  • 2005
    Age 43
    His final television appearance to date was in a 2005 episode of the Lifetime Channel's drama series Wild Card.
  • 2003
    Age 41
    He also played Duncan Idaho in the Sci-Fi Channel's adaptation of Frank Herbert's Children of Dune in 2003.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1998
    Age 36
    He had a role in the 1998 remake of The Man in the Iron Mask, and also starred in the WB's short-lived spy series Three.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1962
    Age 0
    Born on January 24, 1962.
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