1983: THE RIVERMAN tells the powerful and captivating story of the one man’s obsession to exploit a uranium-rich stretch of African land to bolster company profits, opposed to another’s genuine concern for ecological conservation. Caught in the middle of this struggle is a beautiful woman who is torn apart by her feelings for the one and her moral obligation to the other. This invariably leads to a fascinating love triangle and an explosive final confrontation!
The official "Kill Bill" websites claim that he is "frequently cited by longtime fan Quentin Tarantino as the world's greatest living actor."
He played Earl McGraw, the police officer with bad puns, in Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003) and then played Esteban Vinaio, the 80-year-old, smooth Mexican pimp who once was Bill's mentor in Kill Bill: Vol. 2 (2004). This makes him only one of two actors to appear in both Kill Bill films playing different characters. The other person to play separate roles in both films is Chia-Hui Liu.
Deborah recently co-executive produced and co-authored Sony's, Breakout, starring Brendan Fraser. In addition to numerous film and television roles, Deborah wrote, starred in and produced her play UNVME, which garnered Critics Choice Awards as well as awards for Best Writer, Best Actor and Best Production. The Los Angeles Times called her a "gifted comedian" and compared her satirical writing to that of Woody Allen.
Christopher Cazenove was born on December 17, 1943 in Winchester, Hampshire, England as Christopher de Lerisson Cazenove. He was an actor, known for A Knight's Tale (2001), Heat and Dust (1983) and 3 Men and a Little Lady (1990). He was married to Angharad Rees. He died on April 7, 2010 in Lambeth, London, England.
Best known in America for his TV role as Ben Carrington in Dynasty (1981), Cazenove's death occurred just six days after the death of actor John Forsythe, who played his older brother, Blake Carrington, in the popular primetime soaper.
Biographical information taken from IMDb.