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RIP Richard Kiel
Richard Kiel, Jaws from The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker, guest actor from almost every American Television show of the 60's and 70's, and most recently the voice of Vlad in Tangled, has passed away. He was 74.


Gauda Cheese
Awwww. I liked his Twilight Zone appearance too.
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President Solvite
Sad news, he was a very 'gentle' man.

Of course he also featured in lesser known sci-fi films too like Humanoid.
In my mind he was one of the most popular Bond villians who turned out good in the end..
Very sad news. He was a wonderful Bond villain and by all accounts a Really Good Bloke.
Coincidentally, I met Roger Moore on Friday (I stood in a queue for 4 3/4 hours to get his autograph, but that's another story) - and Richard Kiel was a lot younger.

RIP Jaws
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Sad news - only knew him as Jaws, but such a great character.
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RIP Jaws Sad
"If you didn't want the answer, you shouldn't have asked the question."
RIP, Richard. Sad
Angry Angel
He was such a stand out character from the Bond films, and obviously a lovely guy. RIP.
Goodbye Jaws, I have his autobiography signed somewhere, he was very good In Kolchak too! And the Humanoid, Force 10 from Navarone, both with Barbara Bach
Jaws, of course, but also Egah, the cave man in that horrible B-movie. RIP. -Paula
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