David Warner, a dependable British actor who appeared in "The Omen," "Tron," and "Titanic," passed away at age 80

 New: David Warner, a dependable British actor who appeared in "The Omen," "Tron," and "Titanic," passed away at age 80

David Warner, a dependable British actor who appeared in "The Omen," "Tron," and "Titanic," passed away at age 80

Warner, who was born out of wedlock in Manchester, England, in 1941, had a rather turbulent childhood because he was frequently moved between his parents. By the time Warner was a teenager, his mother had left his life, according to The Guardian, and his father ultimately sent him to a number of boarding schools.



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Bob Rafelson, co-creator of "The Monkees" and director of "Five Easy Pieces," died at 89 Shonka Dukureh Warner finally discovered acting and pursued a degree in drama at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London. He joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1963, and in Tony Richardson's acclaimed comedy Tom Jones, he received his first significant film role. He also appeared in a British television production called Madhoue on Castle Street that same year, which also included a few musical performances by a budding American folk singer by the name of Bob Dylan.


The middle of the 1960s saw Warner's greatest successes. Hamlet, the brooding Danish prince, was recast as a disillusioned student in a 1965 performance of the play by the Royal Shakespeare Company, and he won the title role (more traditional critics were lukewarm, but the show succeeded in attracting a younger audience). The following year, he and Vanessa Redgrave co-starred in the critically acclaimed comedy Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment by Karel Reisz.


Warner had a long career in theater, but he abruptly quit in the early 1970s after a production of I, Claudius garnered negative reviews and gave him stage fear. However, when he turned to the big screen, he had a wealth of options, such as in the 1976 horror classic The Omen, where he portrayed a photojournalist who meets a horrifying demise. Warner developed a reputation for playing villains, especially in films like Terry Gilliams' Time Bandits, the groundbreaking sci-fi film Tron, and the 1981 historical miniseries Masada, for which he won an Emmy for his performance as a threatening legion commander for a Roman emperor.


Warner appeared in several Star Trek projects after coming to Hollywood in the late 1980s, as well as TV programs like Doctor Who and Twin Peaks. He appeared in films such as Scream 2 and Planet of the Apes in 2001. He also had a small but memorable part in James Cameron's 1997 epic Titanic as the ex-Pinkerton sidekick of Billy Zane's pretentious Caledon Hockley.


After 30 years, Warner made his long-awaited stage comeback in A Feast of Snails in 2002. He then told The Guardian, "I've got a confidence back that I don't think I ever had. "I feel like I'm 30 even though I'm 60."


In his later years, Warner continued to work and rediscovered his love of Shakespeare and the theater. He also did a lot of voice acting for cartoons and video games in addition to his regular roles in film and television. In 2018, he played his final movie role in Rob Marshall's Marry Poppins Returns.


Warner reminisced on his career in a lengthy 2017 interview with The AV Club, saying, "I'm the kind of performer where you go around, you do your best, and you see what happens. People's reactions when they are informed that they were not selected for an award always astound me. That simply isn't a part of who I am. "I don't think I have any tremendous, major career disappointments," he continued. It's a huge blessing that I have a career! was never a very ambitious actor, for this reason. I was forced to do it since I had nothing else to do. And every time I get a call asking me to appear in something, it amazes me. I exclaim, "Oh, wonderful! It's not completely over yet!"


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