British-French actor Michael Lonsdale, who was most widely recognised for playing the villain opposite James Bond in ‘Moonraker’, died on Monday aged 89.
Bilingual Lonsdale had a storied film and theatre career, notching up more than 200 roles in both French and English over the course of six-decades.
The actor was born to a French mother and an English father in Paris in 1931. He died at his home in the French capital on Monday.
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