Terence Stamp Overview:

Actor, Terence Stamp, was born Terence Henry Stamp on Jul 22, 1938 in Stepney, England. As of December 2020, Terence Stamp was 82 years old.

HONORS and AWARDS:

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Although Stamp was nominated for one Oscar, he never won a competitive Academy Award.

Academy Awards

YearAwardFilm nameRoleResult
1962Best Supporting ActorBilly Budd (1962)Billy BuddNominated
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Terence Stamp Quotes:

Freddie Clegg: There'd be a blooming lot more of this sort of thing, if more people had the time and the money.


William O'Daniel, maintopman: [After Jenkons' burial at sea] Well, that's the end of Enoch Jenkins. Over the side he goes and his mates soon forget him.
Alan Payne, maintopman: They'll not forget him so soon, I'm thinking.
The Dansker, sailmaker: Ah, whatever happened to Jenkins, he ain't worried now. He got a hundred fathoms between him and the troubles of his life.
Billy Budd: I'd rather be buried at sea than on the shore when I come to die. Will you stand by the plank, mates, so I can shake a friendly hand before I sink?
[After a pause, they all laugh]
Billy Budd: .


Freddie Clegg: Don't worry. I'll respect your every privacy.


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Both he and his The Company of Wolves (1984) co-star David Warner have played Jor-El, the biological Kryptonian father of Superman. He provided the character's voice in "Smallville" (2001) whereas Warner played the role in "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" (1993).

The off-screen romance of Stamp and Julie Christie while they were filming Far from the Madding Crowd (1967) inspired The Kinks' hit, "Waterloo Sunset" - hence the line "Terry met Julie".

A publicity shot from The Collector (1965) showing Stamp holding a chloroform pad was used for the cover of The Smiths single "What Difference Does It Make." After some copies were printed, Stamp decided he didn't want his photo to be used, and the rest of the copies appeared with Morrissey in the exact same pose, looking very much like him but holding a glass of milk instead. Later, Stamp relented and his photo was reinstated on the 12-inch single cover.

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