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British actor born in 1944, Timothy Dalton has done Shakespeare for the Royal Shakespeare Company, played a supermarket manager in Hot Fuzz, Prince Barin in Flash Gordon, Neville Sinclair in The Rocketeer, Heathcliff in a 1970 adaptation of Wuthering Heights and was also in a 1983 adaptation of Jane Eyre. Most recently he voiced Mr. Pricklepants the toy hedgehog in Toy Story 3 and played a deliciously nutty villain in Chuck.

OK, we've got to mention it eventually. He played James Bond in The Living Daylights and Licence to Kill. His serious, based on the books portrayal of the character divides Bond fans to this day- some love him, some hate him. What cannot be denied is that until Daniel Craig showed up he certainly was the most serious.

He appears in the Doctor Who story "The End Of Time" as The Narrator ( read: Rassilon). David Tennant and he "sang" each other's theme tunes on set.


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