Oliver Reed: The Best Bond We Never Had | The Rake
Oliver Reed was an eloquent dyslexic, charming sexist and high-souled jester. Today, the most interesting leading men evoke the spirit of some of his savage paradoxes.
Famous hell raiser Oliver Reed at home in his 18th century mansion...
Famous hell raiser Oliver Reed at home in his 18th century mansion Broome Hall near Dorking in Surrey. The £60,000 property has 45 bedrooms.
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Oliver Reed was a British film actor born in Wimbledon, London, England on February 13th, 1937. His first work in the horror genre was an uncredited bit role as a bouncer in the 1960 Terence Fisher film The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll for Hammer Film Productions. Reed worked for Hammer again the following year, in a much larger role in Fisher's The Curse of the Werewolf where he played one of the main characters, Leon Corledo. In 1962, Oliver appeared in his third Hammer film, Night Creatures as…