Lawrence of Arabia
With Julie Christie in David Lean's epic adaptation of 'Doctor Zhivago' In later years, he made his name as a world-class
Old hands at litigation will tell you that if you are stuck for a strategy you can do worse than to imagine yourself in the
Peter O'Toole passed away this week after a long battle with illness aged 81. The Irish-born actor graced the silver screen
The day I was diagnosed, my psychologist (a highly-experienced man who'd dealt with hundreds of Aspergers) told me unequivocally that he'd once seen Lawrence of Arabia and that T. E. Lawrence (as written by Robert Bolt and played by O'Toole) had displayed unmistakable symptoms of Aspergers.
A raconteur, a bon viveur, a perfect bastard, an embellisher, a shameless womaniser, a graceful chatterbox, a part-time monster and a part-time saint, he was also a master of his craft and he earned the status of artistic genius. Inside him he had slices of Joyce, quarts of Wilde, bits of Behan, slaps of Shaw, and remnants of Yeats.
Peter O'Toole was perhaps the most dashing, most captivating, most hilarious, most gorgeous actor you could think of. RIP
Peter O'Toole, who shot to fame in the Oscar-winning epic Lawrence of Arabia, has died aged 81. His agent Steve Kenis confirmed
Peter O'Toole is retiring from show business, saying he no longer has the heart for it and that it's time to "chuck in the