5 July 1933|
Carnmoney, County Antrim, Northern Ireland, UK
|Died||16 September 1997
Cairns, Queensland, Australia
|Other names||Terrance Cooper
Terence Cooper (5 July 1933 – 16 September 1997) was a British film actor.
Born in 1933 at Carnmoney, a district of the modern-day borough of Newtownabbey in Northern Ireland, Cooper is most famous for appearing in the 1967 film, Casino Royale, a James Bond satire based on Ian Fleming's first Bond novel of the same name. He was also at one point a candidate for the role of Bond in the official movie series. He was also famed as a water color artist. He retired in Far North Queensland, Australia where he painted a collection of water colors depicting Australian tropical rain forests and birdlife.
Perhaps one of Cooper's lesser known achievements was his 1982 publication, Trouper Cooper's Curry Cookbook (William Collins Publishers, Auckland 1982). At the time, Cooper ran a successful Curry restaurant in Auckland, New Zealand, Trouper Cooper's Curry House. He also wrote The Parnell Cookbook, and starred in many New Zealand TV series such as Hunter's Gold (1977), Gather Your Dreams (1978), Children of Fire Mountain (1979), Jack Holborn (1982) and Mortimer's Patch (1982).
Cooper played the part of Conan Doyle's bombastic character 'Professor George Edward Challenger' in a 1982 New Zealand radio dramatization of Doyle's novel "The Lost World" (produced by Peggy Wells and Barry Campbell).
- Casino Royale (1967)
- Beyond Reasonable Doubt (1980)
- Jack Holborn (1982)
- Heart of the Stag (1983)
- Kingpin (1985)
- Pallet on the Floor (1986)
- Hot Pursuit (1987)
- No Way Out (1987)
- The Grasscutter (1990)
- The Shrimp on the Barbie (1990)
- Fatal Past (1994)
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