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Stories about the dimensions of 75-year-old Langella’s competitive ego have done the rounds ever since.But for now, let us welcome his Lear, which he’s doing at Chichester 20 years after he last turned down the role. When you’re younger you think, I’ve got plenty of time, I’ll find somebody else. I wouldn’t pass it up but I don’t pursue it.” For him King Lear is about a big shot who throws away his disguise and unlocks a Pandora’s Box.His notable film roles include George Prager in Diary of a Mad Housewife (1970), Count Dracula in Dracula (1979), Skeletor in Masters of the Universe (1987), Bob Alexander in Dave (1993), William S.
Doug Haley and Shannon Makhanian are the casting directors.(In Dropped Names he describes Richard Burton as “a crashing bore” so perhaps he just doesn’t like sons of Port Talbot.) One of the tamer stories alleges that Langella suggested Frost/Nixon be renamed Nixon/Frost for the Broadway run.In a recent interview, the play’s director Michael Grandage reflected on “the worst time I’ve had in a rehearsal room”.As his dark eyes glower and the baritone booms you feel that this New Jersey boy was always destined, after a period as a romantic lead, to embody kings and presidents.No role in Langella’s 50-year career – not even his sexy Dracula on Broadway – has resonated like his disgraced US president in Frost/Nixon.