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  • right|thumb|200px|Clive Revill 18/04/1930 - Wellington (Nueva Zelandia)
  • Clive Selsby Revill (born April 18, 1930) is a New Zealander actor. While he has been nominated for a Tony Award twice and a Golden Globe once, his most prominent role is the voice of Emperor Palpatine in The Empire Strikes Back — or it was, until he was replaced with Ian McDiarmid in the DVD release. He has made a number of prominent guest appearances on television, on programs like Columbo, Dynasty, and The Closer. He also played Alfred Pennyworth in the first few episodes of Batman: The Animated Series.
  • Clive Revill (ur. 18 kwietnia 1930 w Wellington) nowozelandzki aktor teatralny, filmowy, telewizyjny i głosowy.
  • Clive Revill is a Guest Star is the voice of Shady
  • Clive Revill is an American voice actor
  • Clive Revill (* [Jahr unbekannt]in Wellington, Neuseelandals Clive Selsby Revill Jahre alt)Kategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehltKategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehlt ist ein neuseeländischer Sänger und Schauspieler. Er spielte Sir Guy von Gisbourne in der [[]]-Episode .
  • Clive Revill (born April 18, 1930) is a New Zealand character actor best known for his performances in musical theatre and on the London stage. He was the original voice of Emperor Palpatine in The Empire Strikes Back before being replaced by Ian McDiarmid in the Special Edition DVD. He voices Jan Dodonna in the Star Wars: X-Wing Collector's edition. He also voice an Imperial Officer in Star Wars: X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter. In Star Wars: The Old Republic he voiced Layek Davos, Riserre and Darth Gravus.
  • Clive Revill is a New Zealand-born character actor on screen and stage. He was the voice of Emperor Palpatine in the film, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (starring Mark Hamill), and was the original voice of Alfred Pennyworth in Batman: The Animated Series (also featuring Hamill).
  • Clive Selsby Revill (born April 18, 1930) is a New Zealand-born British character actor best known for his performances in musical theater and on the London stage. His Disney roles included the British officers in the video game version of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, the narrator in Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas, a singer for the song "What a Day in London" in Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World, additional voices in 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure and Return to Never Land, Helfdane in the 1999 Touchstone Pictures film The 13th Warrior, Palpatine in The Empire Strikes Back, Tyr in Thor: The Dark World, the Sorcerer Blowfish in The Little Mermaid and Shedlock Jones in DuckTales. He also voiced Quon in One of Our Dinosaurs is Missing.
  • Clive Revill (born 18 April 1930, Wellington, New Zealand) is a New Zealand actor. He has appeared in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back as the original voice of Emperor Palpatine. His voice was replaced with Ian McDiarmid in the 2004 DVD release.
  • Clive Revill voiced Alfred Pennyworth in the first three episodes of Batman: The Animated Series. He also voiced a Police Blimp Radioman in "On Leather Wings" and a Police Officer in "Nothing To Fear". Revill is well known for his stage acting and his role in Star Wars as Emperor Palpatine in The Empire Strikes Back.
  • Revill was born in Wellington, New Zealand. He has appeared in both Star Trek and Star Wars, having supplied the voice of Emperor Palpatine in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980, with Jason Wingreen). However, in the 2004 DVD release, his performance as the Emperor was removed and replaced with Ian McDiarmid, who played the Emperor in the four later movies; the scene had also been rewritten, as the shocking secret the original dialogue had tip-toed around was now common knowledge and as such played a role in the conversation. (Wingreen, who had voiced Boba Fett in the film, was removed as well, his lines dubbed by Temuera Morrison, who had played Fett's unmasked "father" in the second prequel, Attack of the Clones). In the PC-Game Star Wars: X-Wing, he was the voice of Gene
  • A grand, well-respected actor of stage, film and television, most people think New Zealander Clive Revill is British. Although most people think of the curly, red-haired gent as a comic eccentric best known for his sterling work on the musical stage, he has been highly regarded for his formidable dramatic work in Shakespearean roles. Twice divorced, Revill has one daughter, Kate Selsby (aka Kate Selsby Revill), by his second marriage to Suzi Schor-Revill, and lives in Los Angeles.
  • Revill's long career has encompassed stage, screen, television, radio, and animation and video game voices. A veteran Shakespearean, Revill studied with the Old Vic and performed in Hamlet and Julius Caesar, among others. In Broadway, musicals, he played Sam Weller in Mr. Pickwick and Fagin in Oliver! and also played lead roles in Gilbert and Sullivan operettas.
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  • Wellington, New Zealand
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  • Clive Selsby Revill
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  • 클라이브 레빌
Voice
Job
  • Voice actor
Actor Name
  • Clive Revill
Spouse
  • Suzi Schor
  • Valerie Nelson
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  • Clive Revill
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  • Red
Name
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  • Clive Revill
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  • More Star Wars Fan Favorite Actors and Creators Announced for Celebration Orlando
  • Clive Revill
  • Empire Chronicles: Emperor Palpatine
DOB
  • 1930-04-18
Dzieci
  • Kate Revill
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  • 1930-04-18
Years Active
  • 1955
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  • Clive Revill
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  • Clive Revill.jpg
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  • Kate Revill
Occupation(s)
  • Character actor
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  • Actor
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  • nm0720890
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  • Male
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  • 1930-04-18
  • Wellington, New Zealand
  • Clive Selsby Revill
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  • Clive Selsby Revill
Birth
  • 1930-04-18
Nationality
  • 20
  • New Zealander
Location
  • Wellington, New Zealand
Współmałżonek
  • Suzi Schor , Valerie Nelson .
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  • Clive Revill
  • right|thumb|200px|Clive Revill 18/04/1930 - Wellington (Nueva Zelandia)
  • Clive Selsby Revill (born April 18, 1930) is a New Zealander actor. While he has been nominated for a Tony Award twice and a Golden Globe once, his most prominent role is the voice of Emperor Palpatine in The Empire Strikes Back — or it was, until he was replaced with Ian McDiarmid in the DVD release. He has made a number of prominent guest appearances on television, on programs like Columbo, Dynasty, and The Closer. He also played Alfred Pennyworth in the first few episodes of Batman: The Animated Series.
  • Clive Revill (ur. 18 kwietnia 1930 w Wellington) nowozelandzki aktor teatralny, filmowy, telewizyjny i głosowy.
  • Revill's long career has encompassed stage, screen, television, radio, and animation and video game voices. A veteran Shakespearean, Revill studied with the Old Vic and performed in Hamlet and Julius Caesar, among others. In Broadway, musicals, he played Sam Weller in Mr. Pickwick and Fagin in Oliver! and also played lead roles in Gilbert and Sullivan operettas. Revill's first film lead was as the title character in The Headless Ghost (1959), though his best known screen assignment may be as the voice of Emperor Palpatine in The Empire Strikes Back (though the more recent DVD versions redubbed his dialogue with Ian McDiarmid, who assumed the role in the subsequent films). Other movies include 1968's papal drama The Shoes of the Fisherman, One of Our Dinosaurs as Missing (as the Chinese assistant to Peter Ustinov), The Legend of Hell House, Billy Wilder's The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (with Robert Stephens) and Avanti!, and Mel Brooks' Robin Hood: Men in Tights and Dracula: Dead and Loving It. He worked frequently with producer/director Menahem Golan (of Golan-Globus and later Cannon Films), particularly in the Cannon Movie Tales fairytale series of the 1980s (playing kings in The Frog Prince and Rumpelstiltskin and Sid Caesar's prime minister in The Emperor's New Clothes), as well as Escape to the Sun and Mack the Knife (opposite Raul Julia). Revill's many TV credits include guest spots on The New Avengers, Columbo, Murder, She Wrote, Star Trek: The Next Generation (as Guy of Gisborne), Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman (as a sorcerer), The Love Boat, Newhart, The Closer (as a murdered butler), and Remington Steele, plus a rare series regular role on the 1983 fantasy series Wizards & Warriors (as evil wizard Vector). In animation, he was heard on Transformers (as Kickback), Batman: The Animated Series (as Alfred in select episodes), The Snorks (Uncle Galeo), Alvin and the Chipmunks, DuckTales, Tiny Toon Adventures (as William Shakespeare), Pinky & the Brain, Freakazoid, and most recently a 2011 episode of Secret Mountain Fort Awesome. Revill continued his Star Wars association in several video games, including Star Wars: X-Wing (General Dodonna) and Star Wars: The Old Republic, as well as voicing Thorin Oakenshield in The Hobbit video game and Doctor Doom in Marvel Ultimate Alliance.
  • Clive Revill is a Guest Star is the voice of Shady
  • Clive Revill is an American voice actor
  • Clive Revill (* [Jahr unbekannt]in Wellington, Neuseelandals Clive Selsby Revill Jahre alt)Kategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehltKategorie:Artikel mit Vorlage:Personendaten, denen Geburtstagsanzeige fehlt ist ein neuseeländischer Sänger und Schauspieler. Er spielte Sir Guy von Gisbourne in der [[]]-Episode .
  • Clive Revill (born April 18, 1930) is a New Zealand character actor best known for his performances in musical theatre and on the London stage. He was the original voice of Emperor Palpatine in The Empire Strikes Back before being replaced by Ian McDiarmid in the Special Edition DVD. He voices Jan Dodonna in the Star Wars: X-Wing Collector's edition. He also voice an Imperial Officer in Star Wars: X-Wing vs. TIE Fighter. In Star Wars: The Old Republic he voiced Layek Davos, Riserre and Darth Gravus.
  • Revill was born in Wellington, New Zealand. He has appeared in both Star Trek and Star Wars, having supplied the voice of Emperor Palpatine in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980, with Jason Wingreen). However, in the 2004 DVD release, his performance as the Emperor was removed and replaced with Ian McDiarmid, who played the Emperor in the four later movies; the scene had also been rewritten, as the shocking secret the original dialogue had tip-toed around was now common knowledge and as such played a role in the conversation. (Wingreen, who had voiced Boba Fett in the film, was removed as well, his lines dubbed by Temuera Morrison, who had played Fett's unmasked "father" in the second prequel, Attack of the Clones). In the PC-Game Star Wars: X-Wing, he was the voice of General Dodonna.
  • Clive Revill is a New Zealand-born character actor on screen and stage. He was the voice of Emperor Palpatine in the film, Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (starring Mark Hamill), and was the original voice of Alfred Pennyworth in Batman: The Animated Series (also featuring Hamill).
  • Clive Selsby Revill (born April 18, 1930) is a New Zealand-born British character actor best known for his performances in musical theater and on the London stage. His Disney roles included the British officers in the video game version of Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, the narrator in Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas, a singer for the song "What a Day in London" in Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World, additional voices in 101 Dalmatians II: Patch's London Adventure and Return to Never Land, Helfdane in the 1999 Touchstone Pictures film The 13th Warrior, Palpatine in The Empire Strikes Back, Tyr in Thor: The Dark World, the Sorcerer Blowfish in The Little Mermaid and Shedlock Jones in DuckTales. He also voiced Quon in One of Our Dinosaurs is Missing.
  • Clive Revill (born 18 April 1930, Wellington, New Zealand) is a New Zealand actor. He has appeared in Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back as the original voice of Emperor Palpatine. His voice was replaced with Ian McDiarmid in the 2004 DVD release.
  • Clive Revill voiced Alfred Pennyworth in the first three episodes of Batman: The Animated Series. He also voiced a Police Blimp Radioman in "On Leather Wings" and a Police Officer in "Nothing To Fear". Revill is well known for his stage acting and his role in Star Wars as Emperor Palpatine in The Empire Strikes Back.
  • A grand, well-respected actor of stage, film and television, most people think New Zealander Clive Revill is British. Although most people think of the curly, red-haired gent as a comic eccentric best known for his sterling work on the musical stage, he has been highly regarded for his formidable dramatic work in Shakespearean roles. A man of many skills, Clive Selsby Revill was born on April 18, 1930, in Wellington, New Zealand, and educated at Rongotai College and Victoria University (Wellington). Once trained for a career as an accountant, he abruptly switched gears and made his stage debut in Auckland, New Zealand, playing Sebastian in "Twelfth Night" in 1950. He then moved to England to study with the Old Vic School in London. While there, he appeared at Stratford-on-Avon in mid-1950s presentations of "Hamlet", "Love's Labour's Lost", "The Merchant of Venice", "Julius Caesar" and "The Tempest", among others. Having made his Broadway debut back in 1952 with "Mr. Pickwick", Revill took a juicy chunk out of the Big Apple upon returning to New York in the 1960s with his critically lauded, Tony Award-nominated work in "Irma La Douce" and as "Fagin" in "Oliver!". He has delighted audiences for years with his larger-than-life musical roles, particularly in the Gilbert and Sullivan operettas "The Mikado" and "The Pirates of Penzance". Others have included "Sherry", "Lolita" and "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" -- replacing George Rose in the last mentioned after Rose's sudden death in 1988. Most adept at ethnic roles (he has played everything from Chinese to Russian), Revill has become legendary for his acute sense of comic timing and uncanny use of body language. Revill has reveled over the years playing delightfully pompous, hissable gents to the hilt. Making an inauspicious debut in an unbilled role in 1956, his more pronounced movie work includes Kaleidoscope (1966); The Assassination Bureau (1969); The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (1970); Avanti! (1972), for which he received a Golden Globe nomination; The Legend of Hell House (1973); Mack the Knife (1989), and Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993). Twice divorced, Revill has one daughter, Kate Selsby (aka Kate Selsby Revill), by his second marriage to Suzi Schor-Revill, and lives in Los Angeles.
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