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Reply Kelly
3:39 AM on February 8, 2019 
I?m so glad I found this site. The first time I became aware of Mr. Warner was the US TV miniseries Masada. After watching that, I wondered who is the person playing the evil Roman? So in pre-Google days, I went to the library and dug up as much info as I could find and was tremendously impressed by the theater background and wide spectrum of roles he had already played.

Haven?t seen everything though many of the movies and TV shows and I?ve been lucky enough to see some movies that weren?t released in the US and/or on video. One of my favorites is Perfect Friday. I would love to see him in a play someday.
Reply Tim
7:22 AM on January 8, 2018 
I cannot think of another actor who can convincingly portray the extremes of human emotion better than David can. I am thoroughly convinced, that if David was cast as Ebenezer Scrooge in Dickens' A Christmas Carol, he could deliver what would be the ultimate portrayal of the character and one of the most perfect cinematic castings.
Reply Jules
3:25 PM on November 1, 2017 
Watched The Omen recently and reawakened my love for David. What a talented actor- adept at drama and comedy alike. He is just as convincing playing Dr. Necessiter or the Evil Genius as he is playing Keith Jennings or Jack the Ripper. He can change his whole demeanour with the subtlest of facial movements. Truly one of the greats-- a gem well worth discovering.
Reply Quotl
12:43 PM on October 7, 2017 
Met David at Devcon in Plymouth today which was an absolute pleasure. I'll admit that I was more nervous meeting you than I was with any other star and that includes Christopher Lee and John Hurt but your warmth put me instantly at ease. Also my daughter who was there keeps calling you the Melty Man after our discussion about the Necronomicon picture you signed for me. Thank you again for sharing your time with us all. Ryan.
Reply Kathie
4:50 PM on July 18, 2017 
Life is so short, I just wanted to send a message to Mr. Warner thanking him for his body of work, which I have enjoyed since the 70's. Thank you so much for sharing your considerable talent; you have brought great enjoyment to me over the years.
Reply Gina Martin
9:23 PM on February 27, 2017 
I have been a fan of David Warner since I first saw Time After Time. Portraying some of the most evil characters and changing speeds to comedy, he never ceases to amaze me.
Reply David Dumbell
1:18 PM on November 14, 2015 
So lovely to have met you today at Westminster. Your old "thespian" friend Derren introduced me to you. Have admired your versatility as an actor all my life. What a gent you are sir.
Reply Katherine
4:18 AM on September 15, 2015 
Dear Mr. Warner,
THANK YOU for the many hours of entertainment that your acting has given us over the years. Your several portrayals of "Reinhard Heydrich" were chilling and brilliant. From across the pond, I wish you happiness, peace and good health.
Reply Metaprogram Mayer.tis
4:52 AM on August 3, 2014 
Dear Mr. Warner!
I don't hope that you'll see it anywhen, but I'd like to thank you for the life you gave to your characters (expecial: to Sark). I wish you long and happy life and good health.

Lyudmila Gundarova (a.k.a. Mayer.tis) from Moscow.
P.s. Exuse me for my late.
Reply Nessus
10:15 PM on July 29, 2014 
Happy Birthday Mr David Warner. Have a wonderful, happy day today. Wish you many more birthdays to come.
Reply Susan
1:30 PM on July 29, 2013 
Hi! I just looked at the calendar, which made me want to wish David Warner a happy birthday today and found your website. I haven't seen the whole thing yet, but it looks very well done. I've been a fan since 1979 and had the great privilege of seeing him on stage in Major Barbara and King Lear and meeting him afterwards. He also sent a very nice reply to a fan letter I sent him several years back. I haven't seen any new work from him in a few years, but I will always be a fan!
Reply Gwalion
6:36 PM on April 29, 2013 
Long time fan first time poster!
I think it was his performance as 'Jennings' in the Omen that first brought David to my attention.
- superb actor, such "presence" - understated and powerful.
Reply smiley
9:27 PM on March 21, 2013 
I once wrote David a fan letter. He sent me back a personal hand written note, thanking me for writing to him. He really cares about people.
Reply Nick
8:00 AM on October 27, 2012 
David Warner has been one of my favourite actors since I first saw Tron at the age of about 8. Best "Devil" ever in Time Bandits too! :) Superb actor, and from various things I've seen, a really nice guy to boot. I'm excited to hear he's going to be in an upcoming Dr. Who!
Reply Maria
7:26 PM on October 21, 2012 
I met David yesterday at the DSTL , a lovely man who put fans at ease and seemed happy to talk ...... a real pleasure to of met a wonderful actor in person
Reply John
5:45 AM on October 21, 2012 
I had the pleasure of meeeting David yesterday at the Destination Star Trek in Excel LOndon - what a really nioce guy and had lots of time for fans to chat with. Hope to meet him again and if he reads this would he please send me his email as would like to have a short further chat to him as a fellow Mancunian.
Reply Nessus
11:19 PM on October 16, 2012 
David Warner is a superb actor, just marvelous.

Reply kevinkey
8:01 PM on September 12, 2012 
1) My favorite story of all time is "A Christmas Carol", and without doubt the best version ever is the 1984 CBS film with George C. Scott.

2) My favorite overall film ever is "Time After Time": David and Malcolm M (another voice-hero of mine_ dueling during the chess game in the beginning is total, total genius. "We hunt, we're hunted. That is how it always has been".
Reply lriemann
1:29 PM on June 17, 2012 
I'm a big fan of Mr. Warner.
Just wrote this short tribute to the man.
Reply Ali Dutton
4:52 PM on June 13, 2012 
In the hope that David reads this...I would love to know if you remembers my mum and Dad from your Loft days in Leamington Spa. Please get in touch.
Reply Lindsey Harding
9:30 PM on May 1, 2012 
I've been a big fan of yours since 1995 when I was 10 or 11 years old and I think you are an exellent actor
Reply Lindsey Harding
7:40 PM on April 25, 2012 
I think David Warner is a great actor and I am impressed by his talents. I've been a David Warner fan ever since 1995.
Reply Aravah Cooper
9:10 PM on April 4, 2012 
I am a long time fan of David Warner's and just want to say Thank You for the long career and the wonderful talent. We sometimes forget to say that and actors should be praised for their work from the fans.

Aravah, Atlanta, Georgia
Reply Nessus
9:26 PM on March 18, 2012 
A superb actor.
Reply Eileen
11:48 PM on February 27, 2012 
I want to say I have been a fan of yours for more than 30 years and I am 45 years old. I loved you in "The 39 Steps". You are such a great villian. I loved you as Jack the Ripper in "Time After Time", as the Devil in "Time Bandits" and also the character you played in Tron. I loved all of your characters in Star Trek as well. I also loved you in "The Island". You make the blood in my veins run both hot and cold at the same time.
Reply umbertobaccolo
8:37 PM on December 16, 2011
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Reply Moviefan
11:08 PM on November 19, 2011 
I just want to say that I love this site! I have been a fan of yours since Titanic. I enjoy going through all the pics on here. And I just have to say that from a pic posted in the Meeting David thread, that you and CherilSayingHi would make a cute couple. Just sayin!
Reply Ronnola
8:39 AM on October 7, 2011 
Thank you so much for such an excellent site about Excellent Actor! Saw him first in Time After Time and I was mesmerized and thought - I just MUST see more! Next thing was "Hansel and Gretel" so I knew at once he's not just a screen "baddie". :-) Then I saw "Morgan" and I loved him, and his performance in Sidney Lumet's "The Sea Gull" was so touching. And Henry VI !!! "Christmas Carol", "Ballad Of Cable Hogue", "Perfect Friday", "Omen", "Man With Two Brains... and of course "Time Bandits" :) - he just fits perfectly in anything! Thank you, Mr. Warner.
Reply Dr.Alien
5:28 PM on July 13, 2011 
David is probably the most exciting second role player with the missed Kevin McCARTHY. Each apparition is memorable. THE OMEN, TIME AFTER TIME, MASADA, OUTER LIMITS'episodes, NECRONOMICON, IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS, SIGNS AND WONDERS, etc... I would like to see more of David in fantastic films, but modern directors seem to lost interest for quality. Physical special effects and David WARNER's appearences: lost golden age in imaginative movies !
Reply Leoni Delt
12:03 AM on July 2, 2011 
I recently had the pleasure of meeting Mary Steinburgen, who co-starred with David in Time After Time. Of course I had to ask her all about Mr.Warner, and she said he was an absolute sweetheart and kept apologizing after they shot the scene with him holding the knife up to her neck! So cool. We love you David Warner. And big thanks to the people running this site for all of his fans!
Reply darren
7:26 AM on June 28, 2011 
I have just watched Hornblower. This guy is an absolute bastard. What sort of man acts like that? I would have shot him.
Reply mikey67
4:15 AM on May 28, 2011 
Talking about Tron III. You have the skill to make this one great. A little less CGI and a little more story. Let's make it better than the Matrix. (Which you guys proceeded by about 17 years).. This one needs your unique touch. Watching "the Omen" as I write this. Your ability to be both a part of the film and yet be an observer is unmatched. Show 'em how its done. Thanks.
Reply mikey67
4:03 AM on May 28, 2011 
c'mon david. Tron 2 totally lost it's way without you in it. Make a better movie than both 1 and 2. It has such potential. IT NEEDS YOU!
Reply guitarman1980
11:30 PM on April 19, 2011 
This is my first time on this website. And I am blown away how well layed out and GREAT it is. You guys ROCK!
Reply guitarman1980
11:28 PM on April 19, 2011 
David, I am your BIGGEST fan! I absolutely love The Omen. Star Wars and The Omen are my favorite movies of ALL TIME! David you are THE MAN!
Reply Flynn2011
1:46 AM on April 19, 2011 
I will always and forever remember David Warner as Sark, Tron's vicious and cunning opponent in Tron (1982). I'm watching Tron Legacy right now, and I almost cheered out loud in the theater when they paid homage to David Warner's Ed Dillinger character by introducing Edward Dillinger, Jr.
Reply Caroline Cureton
8:31 PM on April 3, 2011 
hi,i havent got that channel, wasent able 2 watch it ! nite 2 all !!!
Reply Michaela
5:08 PM on April 2, 2011 
Yes, I also hope, that David will do that. :) Would be a nice surprise!!!!
Reply Caroline Cureton
10:52 AM on April 2, 2011 
I only heard d interview today , i really enjoyed it Thank you ! I Only started using a computer about 4 months ago it takes me forever 2 type.Better late then never!!!Iam really enjoying been a member of this site.THANKYOU Stu an David!! In the interview David sounds really down 2 earth and honest.DAVID I HOPE YOU WILL SAY HELLO ONE DAY SOON ??
Reply Nessus
10:31 PM on February 20, 2011 
No one comes close to portraying Reinhard Heydrich as well as superb actor David Warner, never. He is awesome.

Reply Michaela
2:39 PM on February 3, 2011 
HI Neil! A ten page response? Wow! Lucky you! But Iīve got also a wonderful signed image from him. Heīs just great!!!!!
Reply Neil McDonald
10:48 AM on February 1, 2011 
I've been a fan of Mr Warner ever since I saw him in a TV Screening of Morgan - A Suitable Case for Treatment - in the early 80's. Although so saying - he has been part of my growing up years before - from my love of the other movies he has made.

I even wrote to him many years ago - and got a 10 page response to questions I'd sent him - happy to put up here if I get the time to do so.
Reply e.lena
8:53 AM on January 11, 2011 
Dear David, Mr Warner! Welcome to Russia! I am so depressed thinking we never meet...
Reply Michaela
1:35 PM on January 9, 2011 
Hey, take a look at this: (Memorabilia Event / Birmingham)

Lovely man! =)
Reply Michaela
1:05 PM on January 9, 2011 
Hi George! OMG! LOLOLOLOL! I can imagine, what that means! Itīs just like my son, when he tries to be Darth Vader! =)
Reply Michaela
1:03 PM on January 9, 2011 
George says...
Hello Mr. Warner ! Just stopped by to tell you my son (9yrs.) loves you in Tron. He loves being Sark and terrorizing us. Good Day!
Reply Michaela
12:47 PM on January 9, 2011 
Why are you worry about your English? Iīm afraid, itīs better than mine! LOL! Has anybody ever seen "The league of gentlemenīs apocalypse"? Hilarious!!!!!! David as Dr. Erasmus Pea.....with an "A"!!! Great! Heīs a natural at comedy! Unfortunately he had much to less requests for comedy roles. What a shame! Or in "Albertīs Memorial" as Frank. Another great performance! But heīs also a wonderful baddie. Furthermore heīs an adorable artist by doing a lot of voice work. No wonder with such an expressful voice!!!!!
I wish you all the strength and health to go on, David! Youīre the best!
Reply Michaela
12:34 PM on January 9, 2011 
e.lena says...
My first film "with DW" was "39 steps". But my favorite films are "Time after Time" (especially final Stivenson's scene when McDowell takes The Key from Mashine and Lesley says only with his eyes "cruelty works as a virus...") and "SOS Titanik" (Sic! David is The One who made TWO raices on Titanic). And of course "Straw Dogs". I like David so much))) He is kind, nice, very talented man.
Sorry about my bad bad Englich)))
Reply e.lena
6:50 AM on January 6, 2011 
My first film "with DW" was "39 steps". But my favorite films are "Time after Time" (especially final Stivenson's scene when McDowell takes The Key from Mashine and Lesley says only with his eyes "cruelty works as a virus...") and "SOS Titanik" (Sic! David is The One who made TWO raices on Titanic). And of course "Straw Dogs". I like David so much))) He is kind, nice, very talented man.
Sorry about my bad bad Englich)))