Herbert Lom

Lom in a 1940s publicity photo Herbert Charles Angelo Kuchačevič ze Schluderpacheru (11 September 1917 – 27 September 2012), known professionally as Herbert Lom (), was a Czech-British actor with a career spanning over 60 years. His cool demeanour and precise, elegant elocution saw him cast as criminals or suave villains in his younger years, and professional men and nobles as he aged. Highly versatile, he also proved a skilled comic actor in ''The Pink Panther'' franchise, playing the beleaguered Chief Inspector Charles Dreyfus in seven films.

Lom’s other notable films included ''The Ladykillers'' (1955), ''War and Peace'' (1956), ''Spartacus'' (1960), ''El Cid'' (1961), ''Mysterious Island'' (also 1961), ''The Phantom of the Opera'' (1962), and ''The Dead Zone'' (1983). He also originated the role of the King of Siam in the original West End production of The King and I, and starred on the 1960s television drama ''The Human Jungle''. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Lom, Herbert
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