File Photos*** ACTOR WARREN CLARKE DIES Veteran British actor WARREN CLARKE has died, aged 67. The A Clockwork Orange star passed away after a "short illness", according to his representatives at the Independent Talent Group. Clarke shot to fame in Stanley Kubrick's 1971 dystopian movie and went on to work with its star Malcolm McDowell on two more projects, 1973 film O Lucky Man! and 1985 TV movie Gulag. He also appeared in Charlton Heston's epic Antony and Cleopatra in 1972, Enigma with Martin Sheen, and Clint Eastwood's 1982 action movie Firefox. Clarke went on to carve out a successful career in British TV, appearing in shows such as The Jewel in the Crown and Blackadder, but he is best known for his long-running role as Detective Superintendent Andy Dalziel in crime show Dalziel and Pascoe. The series ran from 1996 until 2007. At the time of his death, Clarke had been due to appear in a new adaptation of Poldark. He is believed to have completed filming earlier this year (14) ahead of a planned broadcast in 2015. (LR/WNWA/ZN)** Warren Clark is a guest on 'GMTV' promoting his new tv drama 'Red Riding'. Shown on ITV. England - 02.03.09 Where: United Kingdom When: 02 Mar 2009 (1 Picture)
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