Happened Sunday, apparently. The statement has only just been made today. Had a top career; not many are still getting into blockbuster movies in their eighties.
For all the shite Hammer Horror films that he was a part of you have to give the man some respect, being able to do what he enjoyed and make films for so many years. There aren’t many whom achieve that.
Used to love the Hammer films as well
The perfect villain, particularly if neck-nibbling was involved:
But there was more to him than that, as the Grauniad’s obituary shows:
Sad to hear, but he lived to a good old age. RIP Count D.
He was good in Enter The Dragon. Thought he died ages ago to be honest.