British Bondster Bryan Marshall who appeared with Roger Moore in The Spy Who Loved Me dies for 81 years
- Former James Bond and soap actor Bryan Marshall dies at the age of 81, his agent said
- Marshall is known for playing Commander Talbot in The Spy Who Loved Me
- He also appeared in Neighbors and Home and Away during a long acting career
Former James Bond and soap actor Bryan Marshall died at the age of 81, his agent confirmed.
Marshall is famous for playing Commander Talbot with Roger Moore in the Bond movie The Spy Who Loved Me.
He was born in Battersea, London, and started his career in the 1960s, alongside Michael Caine in Alfie.
He also appeared in Neighbors and Home and Away and organized the Australia & # 39; s Most Wanted crime show in 1989.
In The Spy Who Loved Me, he played a submarine captain whose vessel was caught at the start of the film.
Former James Bond and soap actor Bryan Marshall died at the age of 81, his agent confirmed
In The Spy Who Loved Me, Marshall played a submarine captain (photo) whose vessel was caught at the start of the film
He had lived and worked in Australia more than 20 years before his death.
His agent Esta Charkham tweeted today: & So pathetic that my dear old comrade Bryan Marshall has improved.
& # 39; A great actor – he was so good you never saw how good he was.
& # 39; He was a valued comrade. His credits are a catalog of classic British and Australian television. & # 39;
She added: & I will always remember him with a smile on my face because he was the nicest man in the world and a very beautiful actor.
& # 39; He was a Battersea boy who received a scholarship to Rada (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art), a true working-class actor who had a fantastic and eclectic career.
Bryan Marshall is depicted in 1982 (pictured left) and as Barnaby Husk in Dick Turpin of ITV
Bryan Marshall is portrayed as a butler in Laurence Olivier & Daphne Laureola in January 1978
& # 39; I will remember him with love and respect. & # 39;
Marshall also played Captain Potter in Quatermass and The Pit in 1967, and Tom in The Witches.
He has made appearances in television series The Forsyte Saga, Vanity Fair, Spindoe, Crown Court, The Tenant Of Wildfell Hall, The Avengers and Persuasion.
After moving to Australia, he had roles in Neighbors, The Flying Doctors and Home And Away.
His most recent appearance was in the Australian mini series A Moody Christmas in 2012.
Marshall is an episode of Tales Of The Unexpected called Passing Opportunity, broadcast in 1983
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