We were using a hand-held camera to film the scene when Morse collapses. The camera wouldn’t start. Three times they said action and it still wouldn’t work. To this day, they still don’t know what was wrong.
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|Birth:||3rd January, 1942|
|Death:||21st February, 2002|
John Edward Thaw was born in Manchester, England. He was an English actor. He appeared in a range of television, stage, and cinema roles. He studied at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. His role in several films include: The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner, Five to One, The Bofors Gun, The Last Grenade, Dr. Phibes Rises Again, Sweeney! (Won- Evening Standard British Film Award for Best Actor 1978), Sweeney 2, Cry Freedom, Business as Usual, and Chaplin. His role in television include: Redcap (TV series), The Sweeney (police drama), Home to Roost (Sitcom), Inspector Morse (TV series, Won- British Academy film Awards for Best Actor 1990 and 1993, National Television Awards for Most Popular Actor 1998 and 2001, Special Recognition Award for Most Popular Actor 1998), Bomber Harris (TV film), A Year in Provence (mini-series), Kavanagh QC (TV series), and Goodnight Mister Tom (TV film, Won- National Television Award for Most Popular Actor 1999).
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