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Christopher Cazenove

Christopher Cazenove
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Birth Name: Christopher de Lerisson Cazenove

Born: 17 December 1943 Died: 7 April 2010

Born and residing in: United Kingdom


Lists

25 votes
Rest in Peace (261 items)
list by ercer
Published 2 years, 10 months ago
3 votes
My Favorite 007's in Order (9 items)
list by The Doctor
Published 2 years ago 2 comments
2 votes
The Many Actors of James Bond (24 items)
list by Citizen Caine
Published 3 years ago

About: azenove often portrayed British aristocrats, and first made his name in the 1972 drama series, The Regiment. Other notable roles included Charlie Tyrrell in the 1976-77 period drama series The Duchess of Duke Street, and in 1986 he appeared as Ben Carrington in the US soap opera Dynasty, which he played until the following year. From 2001-03, he had a recurring role in the British drama series Judge John Deed, playing Row Colemore.
Born 1946 (1), Died 2010 (1), British (1), Male (1), Deceased (1)

Movies


1. A Knight's Tale (2001)
Rating:
6.6
2188 Watched
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5.3
500 Watched
Rating:
6.8
33 Watched
4. Zulu Dawn (1979)
Rating:
6.6
31 Watched
Rating:
6.6
17 Watched







TV


1. Charmed (1998)
Rating:
6.4
1831 Watched
Rating:
7
443 Watched
3. Nash Bridges (1996)
Rating:
5.4
101 Watched
4. Dynasty (1981)
Rating:
5.7
79 Watched
Rating:
4.8
57 Watched







Books



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The Doctor added this to a list 2 years ago
My Favorite 007's in Order (9 person items)

"Didn't even know he played Bond, so... "


ercer added this to a list 2 years, 10 months ago
Rest in Peace (261 person items)
Citizen Caine added this to a list 3 years ago
The Many Actors of James Bond (24 person items)

" Omnibus : The British Hero (1973) Christopher Cazenove played James Bond in a documentary type show for the BBC. He acted out several scenes from Ian Fleming's novels, such as the scene from Goldfinger where James Bond is nearly killed with a chainsaw, shown in the image below (opposed to the laser in the movie Goldfinger). "