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Christopher Lee mini bio:
Christopher Frank Carandini Lee
Born on 27th may 1922, Christopher Frank Carandini Lee is an English actor who became very popular for his film Hammer Horror. He was also seen in The Man with the Golden Gun, the Lord of the Rings series, The Hobbit and many other hit movies. His best role was in the Star Wars where he played Count Dooku. He is very active in drama as well as charity from the year 2009 and got the fellowship of BAFTA in the year 2011. He has shown his singing talent recently and has recorded several songs and opera and experimented with heavy metal too for which he got the Spirit of Metal Award in the year 2010in the Golden God Awards. He is currently working on his new upcoming film, The Hobbit- the Desolation of Smaug and The Hobbit- there and back again which are expected to be released in 2013 and 2014 respectively.
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