James Bond star Bryan Marshall died at the age of 81.
The sun The actor was reportedly known for his role as Commander Talbot in the 1977 Bond hit The spy who loved me,
The news of his death yesterday was confirmed by an agent at ECA, Esta Charkham. He tweeted: "So sad that my dear old buddy Bryan Marshall carries on.
"A wonderful actor – he was so good that you never realized how good he was. He was a valued buddy. His credits are a catalog of classic British and Australian television.
She added, "I'll always remember him, with a smile on his face, because he was the nicest man in the world and a really lovable actor.
"He was a Battersea boy who received a scholarship to RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art), a decent working-class actor with a fantastic and varied career.
"I will remember him with love and respect."
His submarine, HMS Ranger, was captured at the beginning of the film, before being freed later by Roger Moore's 007.
He then raided to regain control before being killed by a shell during a fight.
"A WONDERFUL ACTOR"
It is believed that Marshall's most famous film role was the role of Councilor Harris The long Good Friday in the year 1980.
In addition to films, he also played in the Australian soap favorites neighbors and Home and away,
He was born in Battersea, London and trained as an actor at RADA before appearing at the Bristol Old Vic.
He played in BMX bandits, The witches. Man in the wilderness. Heartbeat. The invoice and The avengers,
The actor then worked after moving to Australia and appeared on many television programs, including water rats. All saints. Stingers and A land practice,
He became the host of Australia's most wanted and continued working there and there in the UK.
His last loan was in 2012 in the Australian TV miniseries Moody Christmas,
This article originally appeared in The sun and will be republished here with permission
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