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At the start of the '60s, Terence Stamp blazed through Swinging London. An Oscar nominee at 24 for a film called Billy Budd, he was at the forefront of a new breed of actors that included his one-time roommate Michael Caine and hell-raisers like Albert Finney and Peter O'Toole.
At the end of the decade, the work disappeared for Terence. Off the radar, he sought enlightenment in India before snapping that mid-career cold streak opposite Marlon Brando, of all people, in 'Superman'.
He's also played a tough-as-leather transsexual in 'Priscilla Queen of the Desert'. Then, Terence got even tougher as a father bent on revenge in 'The Limey'.
He upped his fan-boy and fan-girl cred with an appearance in the Star Wars prequel 'The Phantom Menace'.
And now, Terence, who once turned down the role of Camelot opposite Vanessa Redgrave for fear of singing gets to act opposite her.
And guess what? He's singing too, in a film that premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. It's called 'Unfinished Song'.