Actor | Producer | Director
He was seriously considered for the role of Don Vito Corleone in The Godfather (1972) before Marlon Brando was cast.
[When asked by Barry Norman why he had taken on the role of the Mahdi in Khartoum (1966), for which he was so obviously ill-suited] One doesn't do everything for artistic reasons, dear boy.
Often directed himself in his films
Laurence Kerr Olivier
Dorking, Surrey, England, UK
Steyning, West Sussex, England, UK
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