David Warner - Quotes

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My early life was a bit of a mess but it was no one's fault. It was just how it was.

My early life was a bit of a mess but it was no one's fault. It was just how it was.

There wasn't a single good character in 'Titanic' who was English and this is typical. ---->>>

To tell an ally - who is shedding blood next to you - that you can't share information is a crime. ---->>>

Americans who have travelled and who have English friends know we are not necessarily all baddies, but I think that seeing us being so incessantly nasty on screen has a drip, drip, drip effect on the rest of them. ---->>>

I don't think I could be happy as an actor if there was a tyrant on the set. ---->>>

I know that some actors take acting terribly seriously. I take it seriously in that if someone pays me to do it I know I have to deliver. ---->>>

If people are given quality stuff to watch, they'll watch it. ---->>>

On film sets, people get put down in public a lot.

On film sets, people get put down in public a lot.

There were certain young actors I had trained with at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art who had always got the big parts and I was always the spear-carrier. Suddenly the roles were reversed and I couldn't understand why, and nor could they. ---->>>

Biography

David Warner profile (david-warner.jpg)
Nationality: British
Born: 07-29, 1941
Birthplace: Manchester, England, UK
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Occupation: Actor
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David Hattersley Warner (born 29 July 1941) is an English actor who is known for playing both romantic leads and sinister or villainous characters across a range of media, including stage, film, animation, television and video games. He has a worldwide following for his many appearances in the Star Trek TV and feature-film franchise (wikipedia)