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Dalton, Timothy

Born: 1944 AD
Currently alive, at 71 years of age.

Nationality: British
Categories: Actors


1944 - Born on the 21st of May in Colwyn Bay, Wales, to an English father and an American mother, he is of mixed English and Italian-Irish ancestry.


1971 - He performed with the Royal Shakespeare Company and other troupes throughout the world.


1975 - Starred in the film Permission to Kill, he remained a theatre actor until 1978.


1968 - Asked to play Bond in On Her Majesty's Secret Service but he offer down the offer, feeling he was too young for the role.


1986 - Roger Moore's retired from the role of James Bond; the lean, 6'2" green-eyed Dalton was the first choice to replace Roger Moore.


1987 - Starred in movie "The Living Daylights" as James Bond.


1993 - He was expected to return as James Bond; the next Bond movie became Goldeneye.


1994 - Dalton surprised everyone on the 12th of April that he would not return as James Bond.


1997 - Appeared in the film  "Licence to Kill" as James Bond and "The Beautician and the Beast" as Boris Pochenko.


1999 - Played Julius Ceasar in the TV movie Cleopatra.


2003 - He played a parody of James Bond named Damian Drake in the film Looney Tunes: Back in Action.


2004 - Returned to theatre to play Lord Asriel in the stage version of His Dark Materials.


2007 - Dalton appeared in the acclaimed action/comedy movie Hot Fuzz.





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