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Richard Chamberlain

Richard Chamberlain, a distinguished actor, is best known worldwide for his role as John Blackthorne in Shogun, the ten-hour mini-series based on James Clavell's bestselling novel. For that performance he received an Emmy Award nomination and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor. He achieved similar success and awards with NBC's Wallenberg and in the lead role of Father Ralph de Bricassart in Colleen McCullough's The Thorn Birds. In 1961 Richard Chamberlain became a household name when he appeared in the title role of the television series Dr. Kildare, a major hit that ran for five seasons. He continued with starring roles in The Three Musketeers, The Man in the Iron Mask, The Count of Monte Cristo, Centennial, and many other projects on screen and stage.

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Role: Classical Artist 
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