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Jon Finch
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    (March 2, 1942-December 28, 2012)
    Born in Caterham, Surrey, United Kingdom
    Acted in feature films "The Vampire Lovers' (1970), 'Macbeth' (1971), 'Frenzy' (1972), 'Diagnosis: Murder' (1975), 'Death on the Nile' (1978), 'Doktor Faustus' (1982), 'Lurking Fear' (1994) and 'Kingdom of Heaven' (2005)
    Appeared in TV series 'Crosswords' (1964), 'Ben Hall' (1975), 'The Martian Chronicles' (1980), and 'Merlin of the Crystal Cave' (1991)
    Involved in many stage productions as an actor, director and manager
    His first role was a woman in a school play.
    He was part of a folk singing group.
    He turned down the chance to play James Bond in 'Live and Let Die' (1973).
    Expected to become a major star after his lead roles in Alfred Hitchcock's 'Frenzy' and Roman Polanski's 'Macbeth,' his film career waned instead.
    His father pressured him to study economics instead of pursuing acting as a career.
    He served in a parachute regiment with the British army.
    He was an amateur race car driver.
    He collapsed on the set of 'Ben Hall' (1975) and was diagnosed with diabetes.
    He said, 'I never wanted to be a big star. I usually do one film a year, so I always have enough money to enjoy myself and keep myself out of the public eye.'

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