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Timothy Dalton mini bio:
Timothy Peter Dalton was born on 21st March 1944 in Colwyn Bay, North Wales. His first appearance as James Bond is in The Living Daylights (1987). The movie was incredibly successful at the box office as it grossed more than the films that featured Roger Moore and Pierce Brosnan. His character in the episode, Charlie's Angels (1976) in Fallen Angel resemble the role of James Bond. The second film he appeared is License to Kill (1989). He did not star as James Bond in Golden Eye (1995) because of a series of lawsuits concerning the James Bond character. Pierce Brosnan succeeded his role as James Bond in Golden Eye (1995). He played Lord Asriel in the stage play, His Dark Materials in the National Theatre in January 2004. Other films he starred including The Rocketeer, Gone with the Wind, The Informant, Made Men and Cleopatra. He also starred as Eddie Myers in the British film, Framed, which received many positive reviews.
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