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Roger Rees, Kirstie Alley

Roger Rees [8]


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Born:May 5, 1944
Died:July 10, 2015 (71)
Filmography Rating:7.87 / 10
IMDB Rating:7.48 / 10
Amazon Rating:4.34 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes Rating:56.40%
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List of Titles and Roles/Jobs:
A Christmas Carol [1984](40) => Fred Holywell / Narrator
Robin Hood: Men in Tights [1993](49) => Sheriff of Rottingham
The West Wing: Season 1 [1999](55) => Lord John Marbury
A Midsummer Night's Dream [1999](55) => Peter Quince
The West Wing: Season 2 [2000](56) => Brit. Ambassador Lord John Marbury
The West Wing: Season 3 [2001](57) => Brit. Ambassador Lord John Marbury
The Scorpion King [2002](58) => King Pheron
The West Wing: Season 6 [2004](60) => Brit. Ambassador Lord John Marbury

Trivia that mentions this person:
The West Wing: Season 1 [1999]
  • During a 2014 Screen Actors Guild Foundation interview with Roger Rees (moderated by writer [?] Rick Elice, Rees's husband), Elice said that Rees had originally auditioned to play Chief of Staff Leo McGarry, and it eventually came down to a choice between Rees and John Spencer, who won the role. But after that process, Aaron Sorkin told Roger Rees that he would write a different part for him, which he did: Rees played the recurring character of British advisor (and eventually ambassador) Lord John Marbury throughout the show's run. Elice also said that Sorkin came to Rees for help with tracking down the composer of a piece of music that Sorkin remembered from the Royal Shakespeare Company 1982 production of "The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby" that Sorkin wanted to use in the episode "Posse Comitatus"; Rees had played the title character in that production.
    Robin Hood: Men in Tights [1993]
  • The scene where the Sheriff (Roger Rees) falls through the roof of Latrine (Tracey Ullman) and she tries to get him to have sex with her was completely improvised by Rees and Ullman.