Robert Stephens Overview:

Actor, Robert Stephens, was born on Jul 14, 1931 in Bristol, England. Stephens died at the age of 64 on Nov 12, 1995 in London, England and was cremated and his ashes given to family or friend.



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Teddy Lloyd: There's no contradiction in being both ridiculous and magnificent.

Charles Napier: The function of the nursery in marriage is to be occupied by children, not by the husband and wife.

Teddy Lloyd: [to Jean] What do you want me to do... ravish you on the floor for the edification of your girls?

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Appeared with his then-wife, Maggie Smith, in Much Ado About Nothing (1967) (TV), which was, at least, the second film based on a William Shakespeare play, featuring a real-life husband and wife, that was later remade with another real-life husband and wife. The Taming of the Shrew (1929) starred then-husband-and-wife, Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford, and was remade in 1967 with then-husband-and-wife Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. The Taming of the Shrew (1967) was directed by Franco Zeffirelli, who also directed the stage "Much Ado" with Stephens and Smith which was adapted for television in the same year, with only one recorded change from the stage cast. The 1993 remake of "Much Ado" starred Kenneth Branagh and Emma Thompson. Stephens worked jointly with Banagh and Thompson in
Provided the voice of Aragorn in the acclaimed 1981 BBC Radio serialisation of The Lord of the Rings.

Was nominated for Broadway's 1959 Tony Award as Best Actor (Dramatic) for "Epitaph for George Dillon."

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