British actor Aubrey Morris, best known for 1971 film ‘A clockwork Orange’ has died aged 89.
Journalist Gavin Gaughan paid a tribute to the late actor and said adept at the vaguely camp and suggestively sinister, Morris always left an unconventional stamp on even the smallest, and seemingly conventional, roles, the BBC reported.
Morris’s 75 year career included roles in cult horror film ‘The Wicker Man’, ‘Lisztomania’ and Woody Allen comedy ‘Love and Death’.
The actors many TV credits include ‘The Saint’, ‘The Sweeney’, ‘The Prisoner’, ‘The Avengers’ and BBC drama ‘Cold Comfort Farm’.
Morris was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire in 1926, and studied at Portsmouth Municipal College before winning a scholarship for Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London