Michael Gambon Fun Facts, Quotes and Tweets


19th April 2015

Fact: Veteran actor SIR Michael Gambon will play iconic British Prime Minister WINSTON CHURCHILL in upcoming film Target Churchill.


6th January 2015

Quote: "I remember driving up Oxford Street at 4am after six or seven pints, unaware that I was going in the wrong direction up a one-way street. A policeman pulled me over and advised me to park up and seek alternative transport home. I parked up, watched him go and then drove home. That wouldn't happen today. You'd be banned for a year. I might be talking s**t but it seemed like a freer place." Sir Michael Gambon is nostalgic for the 1960s when Britain had more lenient laws.


3rd September 2013

Fact: Dame Judi Dench is set to join a list of Hollywood stars including Maggie Smith and Michael Gambon in upcoming stage performances to celebrate the 50th birthday of London's National Theatre. The stars will revive individual key scenes from landmark shows since the venue opened in 1963. The invitation only event will be hosted on 02 November (13).


28th September 2010

Quote: "Are you joking? Look at me. I'm nearly dead." SIR Michael Gambon, 70, when asked if he plans to have any more children. The actor welcomed a son last year (09).


30th May 2008

Fact: DAME Judi Dench and British actress Honor Blackman make up the perfect female voice, according to a new study. The research, conducted by linguistics at Sheffield University, England, claims the most appealing male voice is made from a combination of actors Alan Rickman, Jeremy Irons and Michael Gambon's tones.


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