David Warner

Mostly Credited As: David Warner
Date Of Birth: July 29, 1941 (Age 74)
Country Of Birth: United Kingdom
Birth Place: Manchester, England
Height: 6' 2" (1.87 m)

David Warner

TV Appearances

Main cast 
The Secret of Crickley Hall (2012)As: Percy Judd
Wallander (2008)As: Povel Wallander
Terry Pratchett’s Hogfather (2006)As: Lord Downey
Sweeney Todd (2006)As: Sir John Fielding
Conviction (UK) (2004)As: Lenny Fairburn
Battle Force: Andromeda (2002)As: Lord Xantar -- [Voice]
Toonsylvania (1998)As: Additional Voices -- [Voice]
Hornblower (1998)As: Captain Sawyer
Three (1998)As: The Man
Freakazoid! (1995)As: The Lobe -- [Voice]
Wild Palms (1993)As: Eli Levitt
Holocaust (1978)As: Reinhard Heydrich
Episode Cast Credits 

Penny Dreadful (2014) 
  What Death Can Join Together 01x06: (Jun/15/2014) As Professor Abraham Van Helsing 
  Demimonde 01x04: (Jun/01/2014) As Professor Abraham Van Helsing 

Doctor Who (2005) 
  Cold War 07x08: (Apr/13/2013) As Professor Grisenko 

Shakespeare Uncovered (2012) 
  Hamlet 01x06: (Jul/17/2012) As Himself 

Midsomer Murders (1998) 
  Death in the Slow Lane 14x01: (Mar/23/2011) As Peter Fossett, [Starring Roles]

Wild at Heart (2006) 
  Episode 14 02x08: (Mar/04/2007) As Gerald 

Agatha Christie's Marple (2004) 
  4.50 from Paddington 01x03: (Dec/26/2004) As Luther Crackenthorpe, [Starring Roles]

The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy (2001) 
  Grim in Love/Love is Evol Spelled Backwards/Crushed 02x05: (Jul/11/2003) Voiced  Nergal 
  Grim or Gregory/Something Stupid This Way Comes 01x08: (Jul/26/2002) Voiced  Nergal 
  Fiend Is Like Friend Without the "r" 01x04: (Oct/05/2001) Voiced  Nergal 

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (2000) 
  Good Ol' Buzz 02x07: (Nov/25/2000) Voiced  Lord Angstrum 
  Mira's Wedding 01x16: (Oct/18/2000) Voiced  Lord Angstrum 

Batman Beyond (1999) 
  Out of the Past 03x05: (Oct/21/2000) Voiced  Ra's Al Ghul 

Superman (1996) (1996) 
  The Demon Reborn 04x01: (Sep/18/1999) Voiced  Ra's Al Ghul 

The Outer Limits (1995) (1995) 
  Ripper 05x11: (May/07/1999) As Inspector Langford 
  Virtual Future 01x08: (May/05/1995) As Bill Trenton, [Starring Roles]

Total Recall 2070 (1999) 
  Begotten Not Made (2) 01x11: (Mar/23/1999) As Dr. Felix Latham 
  Brain Fever (1) 01x10: (Mar/16/1999) As Dr. Felix Latham 

A Mind To Kill (1994) 
  Green Wounds 02x07: (Nov/22/1997) As David Caulfield 

Spider-Man (1994) (1994) 
  Six Forgotten Warriors (4): The Six Fight Again 05x05: (Oct/10/1997) Voiced  Landon 
  Six Forgotten Warriors (3): Secrets of the Six 05x04: (Oct/03/1997) Voiced  Landon 
  Six Forgotten Warriors (1) 05x02: (Sep/19/1997) Voiced  Landon 
  Partners In Danger (6): The Awakening (1) 04x06: (May/10/1997) Voiced  Landon 

Perversions of Science (1997) 
  The Exile 01x04: (Jun/11/1997) As Dr. Nordhoff 

Captain Simian & The Space Monkeys (1996) 
  Rhesus Pieces 01x21: (May/03/1997) Voiced  The Glyph 

Gargoyles (1994) 
  Avalon (3) 02x23: (Nov/22/1995) Voiced  Archmage 
  Avalon (2) 02x22: (Nov/21/1995) Voiced  Archmage 
  Vows 02x08: (Sep/14/1995) Voiced  Archmage 
  Long Way to Morning 01x11: (Jan/20/1995) Voiced  Archmage 

Iron Man (1994) 
  Cell of Iron 02x03: (Oct/07/1995) Voiced  Artur Dearborn 

Batman: The Animated Series (1992) 
  Showdown 04x02: (Sep/12/1995) Voiced  Ra's Al Ghul 
  Avatar 02x08: (May/09/1994) Voiced  Ra's Al Ghul 
  The Demon's Quest (2) 01x58: (May/04/1993) Voiced  Ra's Al Ghul 
  The Demon's Quest (1) 01x57: (May/03/1993) Voiced  Ra's Al Ghul 

Babylon 5 (1994) 
  Grail 01x15: (Jul/06/1994) As Aldous Gajic 

Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (1993) 
  Foundling 01x17: (Feb/20/1994) As Jor-El 

The Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. (1993) 
  Deep in the Heart of Dixie 01x11: (Nov/05/1993) As Winston Smiles, [Special Guest Stars]

Murder, She Wrote (1984) 
  A Death in Hong Kong 10x01: (Sep/12/1993) As Insp. McLaughlin 

Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987) 
  Chain of Command, Part II 06x11: (Dec/21/1992) As Gul Madred 
  Chain of Command, Part I 06x10: (Dec/14/1992) As Gul Madred 

Captain Planet and the Planeteers (1990) 
  The Dream Machine 03x05: (Oct/10/1992) Voiced  Zarm, [Featuring]

Tales from the Crypt (1989) (1989) 
  The New Arrival 04x07: (Jul/25/1992) As Dr. Alan Gertz 

Diagnosis Murder (1993) 
  The House on Sycamore Street (May/01/1992) As Dr. Lloyd Stern 

Twin Peaks (1990) (1990) 
  The Condemned Woman 02x17: (Feb/16/1991) As Thomas Eckhardt 
  Slaves and Masters 02x16: (Feb/09/1991) As Thomas Eckhardt 
  Double Play 02x15: (Feb/02/1991) As Thomas Eckhardt 

BBC Television Shakespeare (1978) 
  Love's Labour's Lost 07x03: (Jan/05/1985) As Don Armando 

Remington Steele (1982) 
  Steele Away With Me 02x01: (Sep/20/1983) As Alexander Sebastien 

The Emmy Awards (1949) 
  The 33rd Annual Emmy Awards 33x01: (Sep/13/1981) As Winner: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or a Special (for 'Masada') 

How the West Was Won (1978) 
  The Forgotten 02x08: (Mar/19/1979) As Northern Officer 

Z Cars (1962) 
  The Hitch-Hiker 02x19: (Jan/23/1963) As Gee 
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After RADA, David became a member of the RSC and got the part of "Blifil" in Tom Jones (1963). With the title role in Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment (1966) and a two-year stint as "Hamlet" with the RSC, David became a star at age 24.

After a series of odd jobs, David was accepted at the Royal Academy Of Dramatic Arts (RADA) where he was very unhappy.

David's parents separated when he was a teenager and he only saw his mother again seven years later - on her deathbed.

David once described his childhood as "messy". His father changed jobs often and moved from town to town. David ended up having to attend eight different schools and "failed his exams at all of them."

David is a close friend of Malcolm McDowell, whom he met on the set of Time After Time (1979).

David has played at least three different species in the Star Trek universe: a human in Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, a Klingon in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, and a Cardassian in Star Trek: The Next Generation.

David has been in 3 movies about the Titanic.

David narrated the audiobook The Haunting of Hill House (1999).

David narrated the audiobook The Club Dumas (1999).

David narrated the audiobook Murder for Love, Murder for Men: The Loving You Get (1996).

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