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TIMOTHY DALTON (Chief Inspector Jones) trained at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. He was a member of Britain's National Youth Theatre and has worked extensively in both classical and modern theatre throughout Britain, including seasons with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Prospect Theatre Company and the National Theatre. His many roles have included Romeo, Prince Hal, Hotspur, Henry V, Petruchio and Mark Antony. He played Cornelius Melody in the highly acclaimed London West End production of Eugene O'Neill's "A Touch of The Poet” and most recently played Lord Asriel in the National Theatre's "His Dark Materials.”

On television his work has encompassed material ranging from the BBC's classic production of "Jane Eyre” to the award-winning documentary on wolves "In the Wild,” which took him to within a few hundred miles of the North Pole. He has played in major British and U.S. network TV miniseries and dramas. His work for Showtime and HBO includes the movies "The Informant,” "Possessed” and "Made Men.”

Dalton began his film career playing alongside Peter O'Toole and Katherine Hepburn in the Oscar®-winning film The Lion in Winter. He has subsequently starred in films including Mary, Queen of Scots, Cromwell, Wuthering Heights, Agatha, Flash Gordon, Hawks, The King's Whore, The Rocketeer, The Beautician and the Beast, Timeshare, American Outlaws, Looney Tunes, and Hot Fuzz. From 1987 to 1989, Dalton was the screen's James Bond, playing the world's best-known secret agent in "The Living Daylights” and "License to Kill.” He most recently voiced a role in the worldwide hit animated film Toy Story 3.

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