Roy Dotrice

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Roy Dotrice (1923-2017) as Charles Jourdan aims a Smith & Wesson 639 in The A-Team.

Roy Dotrice,(26 May 1923 – 16 October 2017) was a British actor known for his Tony Award-winning Broadway performance in the revival of A Moon for the Misbegotten. He appeared in Amadeus (1984) as Leopold Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's father) and the 1980's television series Beauty and the Beast (1987-1990) as Jacob Wells, the surrogate father to Ron Perlman's Vincent. He was the father-in-law of actors Edward Woodward and Alex Hyde-White.

Dotrice was awarded two Guinness World Records: his one-person play, "Brief Lives", based on the diaries of Elizabethan figure John Aubrey, played for over 1,700 performances, setting a record for solo performances by an actor; his second was awarded in 2004, for his audiobook performance of A Game of Thrones, with the highest number (224) of distinct character voices in a single audiobook.

Roy Dotrice can be seen using the following weapons in the following films and television series:

Film

Gun Character Film Note Date
Mauser 98K Jensen The Heroes of Telemark 1965

Television

Gun Character Title Note Date
Browning O/U Charles Jourdan The A-Team "The Spy Who Mugged Me" (S5E11) 1986
Smith & Wesson 639 Charles Jourdan The A-Team "The Spy Who Mugged Me" (S5E11) 1986



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