Sir Derek George Jacobi, CBE (born 22 October 1938) is an English actor and film director.
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Try Breaking The Code the BBC drama with Derek Jacobi from a few years ago. Absolutely superb.
In retrospect, Derek Jacobi's make-up for the Emperor Claudius is pretty awful. Apart from that it's a great programme.
(striver): 3 civil questions about Sir Derek -- and a dinner invitation
Watch our short video of Sir Derek Jacobi talking about his 30 years supporting Afasic:-.
So I got tickets to see with and Derek Jacobi on Sunday! Super excited. Two of my favourite actors on one stage.
Tune in to Radio 4 on the 28th December to listen to the appeal presented by Sir Derek Jacobi at 7:55am & 9:26pm
I saw Enigma on stage in London, where the amazing Derek Jacobi, starred in the leading role. It was brilliant!...
I was surprised that Derek Jacobi wasn't on your arm I think u do make a lovely couple & I'm not being vicious!
Free to watch in interview with revered actor Derek Jacobi will be available on the today.
Derek Jacobi: I'd gone into that restaurant and sat down and the waitress had taken my or...
Garner,Hal Linden, Rita Moreno, Hal Holbrook, as well as Sting, Derek Jacobi ,Metallica and 100's of others treat me kindly?...
OMG I didn't know Derek Jacobi was in this ... love him!!! :D
Sarah also love you in Last Tango In Halifax with Derek Jacobi, I hope it's also coming back. Love your Character. Cheers
watch the Derek Jacobi version, it was handled well. Yes, we should have seen Turing enjoying one *** encounter, not nec sexual.
We could have seen a romantic encounter. We NEVER saw one *** interaction, & I don't mean sexual. Derek Jacobi version was better.
Patriots up by 18 points and the Frasier episode with Derek Jacobi in. Sunday is trying to redeem itself.
which stars playing the new silents ? my vote goes to Gillian Anderson + Derek Jacobi ...
Wah, Derek Jacobi just made me cry. :-(
Need to see THE IMITATION GAME (2014) with that Benedict Cummerbund or whatever his name is. Derek Jacobi was great as Alan Turing too
Katherine Parkinson, Derek Jacobi to perform at Shakespeare’s Globe and I got tickets!
Really want to see this film… “And it turns into The Karate Kid but with Derek Jacobi and a parakeet”
do you mean Derek Jacobi master in utopia?
Derek Jacobi on this show is the cutest thing ever.
Jail Caesar starring Derek Jacobi, Alice Krige and a supporting cast of prisoners is available now! Watch here 🎥
and for benefit: Patrick McNee (creepy CCTV uncle) was Derek Jacobi's dad in Frasier where Jacobi can't act.
Derek Jacobi joins Folger Consort, ensemble in residence for The Merchant of Venice-Music & Poetry
. Since when was Derek Jacobi in the line-up?
That guy in the audience rocking the whole Derek Jacobi Cadfael look.
(striver): 3 civil questions about William and Edward De Vere for Sir Derek Jacobi
They both look like they could be Derek Jacobi's brother.
Someone please do that. Please. And make Derek Jacobi Uncle Vernon.
In 400 years scholars will debate whether or not Derek Jacobi narrated In The Night Garden.
“A real-life Ned Flanders if he was played by Derek Jacobi" says
My audiobook on theatre for blind and partially-sighted teenagers with the fab has its first narrator: Sir De…
1980: Derek Jacobi (who's played Alan Turing & examines the many interpretations of the role
how can you write off Sir Derek Jacobi? He owned it.
If I ever meet Derek Jacobi, I'm going to ask him what made him take the night garden gig?
here's the pic of the baby and an interview with Anne Reid and Derek Jacobi.
They should've got Derek Jacobi on too because their story always breaks me
Sherlock star to play Doctor Strange. Wasn't bad in Imitation Game but thought Derek Jacobi's Turing compelling!
Especially one that's been played by Derek Jacobi.
Extra special treat in the today! Tolkien's Letters from Father Christmas, read by Derek Jacobi
Great night at the Steels Xmas fair last night. Hats off to Derek Jacobi's make up artist who managed to transform him into Billie Piper!
...but, to me, it pales in comparison to Derek Jacobi's Turing on Broadway in BREAKING THE CODE years ago.
Listening to House of Silk by read by Derek Jacobi. What a performance!
It's about a medieval monk who solves murders. Derek Jacobi plays the monk - called Cadfael.
I'm watching Cadfael. Derek Jacobi is so good in it.
Hehe! It's number 22 now - the road was renumbered. Derek Jacobi unveiled the plaque, but I haven't walked up to see it.
Judi Dench as a man looks like Derek Jacobi
Apparently he got up on stage & when asked his name replied "Derek Jacobi and I'm from Leytonstone"
very wise choice. Though sadly you seem to be experiencing a Derek Jacobi-less Cadfael
Derek Jacobi was in a great 1996 piece about Turing called "Breaking the Code"
Last night Sir Ian McKellen competed in a "best tupperwave" contest and pretended to be Derek Jacobi:
Sir Derek Jacobi - My Shakespeare, on I'm so happy about this series!
Hamlet has many faces in my mind as I read his play, but Claudius will always be Derek Jacobi for me.
This is more like it! Derek Jacobi's little-known sideline as a beefcake model for pulp sci-fi covers.
Anyone else think that Derek Jacobi and Ian McKellen look more and more similar? :-)
A short, sharp masterclass from Derek Jacobi and Sir Gandalf. The inflections are everything.
Press night - rly loving Jack&the Beanstalk.Tonight featured a surprise performance from Sir Derek Jacobi with his Tupperware
why did he do that unfunny and embarrassing comedy with Derek Jacobi?
Just realised that St Tone is turning into Derek Jacobi 😱😱
there was a film, Breaking the Code, starring Derek Jacobi as Turing. wasn't bad at all
I liked a video Breaking the Code: Biography of Alan Turing (Derek Jacobi, BBC, 1996)
Well look who found on his way to Derek Jacobi & Sir Ian McKellan busy filming!
Derek Jacobi is one of the best Shakespearean actors I have seen! :) Love his acting talent.
Derek Jacobi wins 1985 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play
Years before Cumberbatch, in 1996, Derek Jacobi gave an excellent performance as Arthur Turing, which aired on PBS.
Derek Jacobi & Frances De La Tour filming for second series of 5 mins from my house.
Do you know about the scandalous true story that Shakespeare's Richard II is based on? Derek Jacobi reveals all.
Catching up with TV and learning all about Shakespeare's Richard II with Sir Derek Jacobi and the fabulous
The Imitation Game was really good, although in my head Alan Turing still looks and sounds like Derek Jacobi, not Benedict Cumberbatch.
Oh no, Derek Jacobi's a Shakespeare denier. It's amazing how the privileged just can't accept a middle class actor wrote the stuff
I've not seen it but I would think he'd be perfect. Although he'd have to go some to beat Derek Jacobi's portrayal of him.
Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi play lovers on PBS' new comedy:
Derek Jacobi on Richard II was good still he started banging on about Edward de Vere. Rubbish.
Your name isn't Iggle Piggle it's Derek Jacobi I call shenanigans on this whole farce
My acting heroes include Derek Jacobi, Judy Dench and Emma Thompson. Who are yours?
I am an actor and I live in the world of pretend in my working capacity. I live in the world of my imagination. -Derek Jacobi. 0
Derek Jacobi - such a great actor! Been a big fan since I Claudius in the 70's.
Oh, who to vote for! Stuck between Roger Delgado and Derek Jacobi! :-(
Good news Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi fans - Vicious s2 to start filming in January
Sir & Sir Derek Jacobi have found time in their busy diaries to film Series 2 of Vicious in January.
Second series of Vicious to start shooting in January
Good news for Vicious fans - S2 to start shooting series in January
I just finished listening to The Daughter of Time narrated by Derek Jacobi.
Sir Derek Jacobi's plea for mumbling actors to speak up:
Good news Ian McKellen fans - Vicious to start shooting series two in January
| “s2 of ITV's Vicious starts filming in Jan
Did you read what Joanna Read said in response to Sir Derek Jacobi?
The second series of Vicious begins filming in January:
Yes! Ian McMillan and Derek Jacobi as Cain and Abel. And John Prescott as the voice of Matthew the raven.
There is no .gif of Derek Jacobi screaming "Simony!". The internet has failed me today.
I never much cared for Simm as the Master. He was totally upstaged by Sir Derek Jacobi.
Trying to think of an effective tongue twister involving the words 'Derek' and 'Jacobi'...
I think she was meant to be between Eric Roberts Master and Derek Jacobi . I don't think she regenerated after Jon Simm.
neither did Peter Pratt, Geoffrey beevers, Derek Jacobi or John simm
Tooth & Claw, The girl who waited and Derek Jacobi. I'll have to watch it on iplayer now to check.
it's the expansion of Derek Jacobi's part - and the... more relaxed looser editing to the battle scenes...
Talk about a trio of easy categories! Jonathan Price (or Derek Jacobi), Adric and "The *** s Lantern" for the win!
for the record my 3 answers are Matthew Waterhouse, Derek Jacobi and Tooth & Claw...
I wish Derek Jacobi's Master hasn't been much more then a cameo before getting binned for John Sim.
Derek Jacobi lampooning TREK run in this episode of Frasier is kinda amazing. ✨
Watch "Breaking the Code,” A Film About the Life & Times of Alan Turing. Stars Derek Jacobi
I need to track that one down mostly for Derek Jacobi. Patrick Stewart is like icing on top.
happy birthday to Derek Jacobi who played Professor Yana/The Master in 'Utopia' 💕
Meanwhile at Sir Derek Jacobi, and more celebrate Oscar Wilde. Photos via
Love this, but shame we didn't get more of Derek Jacobi's Master- Doctor Who The Master (REGENERATION!): via
The scene with Derek Jacobi where she’s trying to EMOTE while her botoxed face hardly moves is one of the greatest moments EVER.
happy birthday sir Derek Jacobi amazing man :)
Actually, Derek Jacobi would've been awesome in The A-Team as John "Hannibal" Smith!
It's gotten to the point that life doesn't feel right unless I get my Derek Jacobi fix regularly.
Derek Jacobi expecting a big visa bill?
Derek Jacobi was, and still is, magnificent
Derek Jacobi. Oh wait, they wasted that chance. Grrr...
I can never remember if Derek Jacobi is a little elf of a man, or if I'm getting him mixed up with Watchmen.
Derek Jacobi manages to make The Master his own even though he's only him for a few minutes.
he has the Ronan haircut now, looks like Derek Jacobi in I Claudius.
Catching up on season one of and Derek Jacobi are hysterical together. Very funny scripts by
There is a sitcom on PBS starring Ian McKellan, Derek Jacobi, & Ramsey Snow as the wacky neighbor. Oddly jarring.
and Derek Jacobi are playing a couple in I'm in! I am seriously excited for this. *flails*
Oh right. Well if Sir Derek Jacobi is in it, it’s gonna be good :)
Watching Cadfael (I know, don't judge) - just realised Derek Jacobi and Judi Dench actually have the same voice, just at different pitches.
Anyone know if it's actually Sir Derek Jacobi inside the Iggle Piggle costume?
Life as a ghost: sometimes I stand right behind Sir Derek Jacobi and make faces.
relatoanship goals: and Derek Jacobi, both on- and off-screen
She seems not reading much of the book. And, Derek Jacobi (Cadfael) plays "Colonel Protheroe" in this episode.
Should have been writing but got waylaid by this morning's Frasier episodes--the Derek Jacobi one followed by the Sliding Doors one.Great :)
Watching the episode of Frasier with Derek Jacobi is a great way to start the day
Derek Jacobi on vicious reminds me of a more flamboyant Mr. Humphreys.
ICYMI - this is utterly hilarious. Clips from Derek Jacobi's appallingly awkward documentary about Charles Dickens
I'm imagining the whole thing read by Derek Jacobi
Poor old Derek Jacobi. There but for the grace of God...
25 "best" moments from Derek Jacobi's cringeworthy documentary on Charles Dickens. excellent work by
Was crying by the end! Best of Derek Jacobi's awkward documentary on Charles Dickens (Via
This is hilarious!! Derek Jacobi's woefully awkward documentary on Charles Dickens - highlights (via
Indeed! Also, anything relating to Derek Jacobi and Dickens just makes me think of this:
.and Derek Jacobi go clubbing tonight with on 10:30 on
I can't believe I forgot my celeb spots - Sarah Lancashire and Sir Derek Jacobi at Piccadilly Train Station on...
'In Their Own Words' Check out our great short video introduced by AUC Patron Sir Derek Jacobi
Can't wait to be rich so I can pay Derek Jacobi to read me bedtime stories followed by James Morrison singing me to sleep
Should we now expect a modern remake of a TV classic? 'iCloud-ius' starring Derek Jacobi and - maybe - Jennifer Lawrence.
Every day I go online and I feel that Derek Jacobi's speech on Gladiator about Rome being "the mob" is more applicable to the internet.
I Claudius on TV, for years I though Derek Jacobi had a real stutter! We're never far from the Classics
Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi discussing Doctor Who on Vicious on
Random thought of my day: Derek Jacobi really is a brilliant actor.
so far I'm getting the sense that the only talent on xfactor this year is Sir Derek Jacobi voicing the talktalk add!
I vividly recall Derek Jacobi on stage as Alan Turing in Breaking the Code. Looking forward to
Yes, that's what I meant. We saw The Master's watch (Derek Jacobi) in Utopia.
Just binge watched S1 of and I haven't laughed that hard in so long! Sir and Derek Jacobi are GENIUS!
Nightmare last night: Rick Perry replaced Derek Jacobi as Ian McKellen's husband in VICIOUS. Christ, I've never been so happy to wake up.
Derek Jacobi is ridiculously adorable in Last Tango in Halifax. Oh my goodness. I just want to pinch his cheeks.
set in Yorkshire, not Nova Scotia. Derek Jacobi and Ann something are fabulous. Ruth from MI5
1 of my favorite moments in The 2005 Doctor Who series is the reveal where we find out Professor Yana is the Master. Derek Jacobi owns that!
I'm curious, Derek Jacobi, he seems a kind man, very proper, was he when you were in Underworld Evolution?
the detective is a monk played by Derek Jacobi
Well, I SAY, I certainly don't mind the classist british accent so eloquently delivered forcefully by Derek Jacobi!
Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi at university together... oh how darlings!
"Dead Again" with Kenneth Branaugh, Emma Thompson, Derek Jacobi, and Robin Williams. Great movie. Why did I wait so long…
My favourite rider so far was Derek Jacobi
i've just bought them all, I'm enjoying the derek jacobi one at the moment
he fell off a balcony after being pushed by Derek Jeter dressed as Hitler, riding a horse
.Try Last Tango in Halifax. Also starring Lancashire (and Derek Jacobi) and written by Sally Wainwright. Much gentler show.
Has anyone told Derek Jacobi? I hope he doesn't get taken in to 'care'.
And now, Revengers Tragedy. Because I've missed someone and that is not Derek Jacobi
When I said Derek Jacobi I meant Timothy West...my apologies to Mr Jacobi!
Lovely morning on set. Sir Derek of Jacobi is being rather naughty. We love it!!
Hi Eva, I was just wondering if you are part of the The Birmingham Stage Company with Amanda Donohoe and Sir Derek Jacobi? Xx
Increasingly convinced In The Night Garden is some bizarre exercise in trolling parents and Derek Jacobi.
Dead Again (Ken Branagh/Emma Thompson/Derek Jacobi, and a really excellent almost-cameo by Robin Williams)
Ian McKellen has accepted the challenge of George Takei and Luke Evans, Laura Linney and indicated, Derek Jacobi...
What do you mean " who?"? That's like saying Whose Robert Mitchim, or William Holden or Gregory Peck or Derek Jacobi for bloody sakes!!
It's a little slow in parts, but Derek Jacobi and Ann Reid are delightful.
The story of partners Freddie (Ian McKellen) and Stuart (Derek Jacobi), who have lived together in a small central London flat for 50 years.
Ash introduces his girlfriend Chloe to Freddie and Stuart. From episode 5 Season 1 of Vicious, starring Ian McKellen, Derek Jacobi, Iwan Rheon and Alexandra ...
Review: Derek Jacobi and Ian McKellen star in Noel Coward-esque "Vicious," about a feuding *** couple.
'Last Tango in Halifax' lets Derek Jacobi exult in playing 'an ordinary bloke,' alongside Anne Reid: It’s half...
Maggie Smith and Derek Jacobi seemed to be enjoying it too!
And I think and I both enjoyed sitting next to Maggie Smith and Derek Jacobi.
Derek Jacobi and Maggie Smith are on a date in the theatre I'm in. Am looking across for Dame M's judgement at every joke.
Derek Jacobi - a dramatic photo is a good basis for a sketch
Watched Gosford Park last night. It's how Downton Abbey would be if it had a good story and a great cast. Such a good cast in fact; Michael Gambon, Maggie Smith, Helen Mirren, Richard E Grant, Kristin Scott Thomas, Clive Owen, Derek Jacobi, Charles Dance, Ryan Phillipe, Kelly McDonald
“Blockbuster FRIDY” This week 2nd Hollywood movie Grace of Monaco IDIL Rating: * * ½ Stars Cast: Nicole Kidman, Tim Roth, Paz Vega, Frank Langella, Geraldine Somerville, Derek Jacobi, Nicholas Farrell, Roger Ashton-Griffiths Direction: Olivier Dahan Genre: Biopic Duration: 1 hour 42 minutes Story: Hollywood actress Grace Kelly marries into royalty. The film looks at how she manages her own identity amidst a political crisis between Monaco and France. Review: The idea of Hollywood screen legend Grace Kelly (Kidman) marrying into European royalty seems like a fairytale come true. As with most things that are too good to be true, however, all is not well in this royal household. There are murmurs of intrigue, shadows of suspicion and dollops of doubt. In short, the royal affair seems riven with various undercurrents and enough fodder, seemingly, for a meaty story. Set in the early '60s and a few years after she gave up her career, Grace has kids and lives the cosseted life of a princess. As she was not ...
In the last week, I have seen Derek Jacobi in my vets, Steve MacLaren in a hotel bar, Misha from T4 and Billie Piper in my local petrol station, Nigel Havers in a dance studio and Michael Palin walking down our high street. When is this economic depression going to end, it's affecting all strata of society? Poor celebs...
In December 2008, Derek Jacobi played Malvolio in Michael Grandage's Twelfth Night in the West End ht…
Rowan Atkinson, Derek Jacobi, Stephen Fry, Parky & Ricky Gervais at the Chelsea Flower Show today. Source …
Game of Thrones is this generation's "I, Claudius" and Peter Dinklage is its Derek Jacobi.
So, tacky Photoshop of Derek Jacobi passing the laurels to Peter Dinklage, anyone? Or the Tyrian purple cloak, if you prefer...
Oh, got it. I'll pass it on to Derek Jacobi when we next meet :)
Thanks for letting me join. I love the show and so enjoy watching Sir Derek Jacobi and Anne.
Watching the Utopia episode of Dr Who. Derek Jacobi really is phenomenal.
I can't lie: my favorite part of Gladiator is the fact that Derek Jacobi is in it. Tickles me to no end.
Yet another day, during which no credible evidence has been presented to refute my theory --that either through some slow and curious magic or subtle thespian spell, Sir Derek Jacobi is gradually becoming Dame Judy Dench.
**Season 8 Doctor Who Actor / Character Return Spoiler** .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Um... so... Charles Dance / Tywin Lannister as the next Master in Doctor Who? Wow. Yes, please. Please, yes. This is supposedly an official leaked promo poster. Note: It is possible that it isn't the Master. That's just the most likely assumption, that its an incarnation of the Master that was stranded on Gallifrey between the classic Who versions and the Derek Jacobi version of Utopia (where he escaped from the Gallifrey of the Time War to the ends of the universe... Which would place this version as from during the Time War, which we deal with in Day of the Doctor.) I will be thrilled to see this happen. I originally wouldn't have wanted many other people than John Simm's return to be the Master, but Charles Dance was definitely on my list of those I would have accepted.
that's no way to talk about Sir Derek Jacobi
I wish I'd seen that. Derek Jacobi was pretty amazing too.
Derek Jacobi was a brilliant Prospero, also love Prospero's Books for Gielgud and grandiose madness
'Soft Centres' by Carl Chetty starring Joanna Lumley & Derek Jacobi is on ABR from noon today. See website for repeat shows.
Doesn’t make Derek Jacobi or Ian McKellan feel uncomfortable does it?
New schedule from noon today features 'Grace' by James Joyce read by T.P. McKenna and 'Mad' by Guy de Maupassant read by Derek Jacobi.
I know what the general consensus was but is that Derek Jacobi/Ian McKellan sitcom worth getting? I shouldn't even ask with the *** pedigree
I Wonder how Sir Derek Jacobi is doing god speed .
other Rutger Hauer film, 'Inside the food lines,' or something, with the Derek Jacobi 'Hamlet' with attitude speech:
Derek Jacobi sounds like he's scuba diving!
Derek Jacobi is kind of crazy, I love it
It is a great series, isn't it? I love Derek Jacobi. I haven't read the books - couldn't find e-versions. Need to re-check
*** comedy starring and Derek Jacobi will premiere this June! More via
Sir Derek Jacobi is the king of all audiobook narrators.
Can't really like but Derek Jacobi's voice compels attention. Sheer
Claudiuses are David Warner and Derek Jacobi of course.
Derek Jacobi. Now there's an actor that's been wearing a robe for his entire career
Any good? and from 1977 starring Derek Jacobi
If you sign this photo of Derek Jacobi my friend will give me his spare ticket to the X-Men premiere
Sir Derek Jacobi rushed to hospital by speedboat after terror fall left him unable to walk.
Angles Theatre is backed by many leading names including Derek Jacobi, Jo Brand and Cameron Mackintosh.
Derek Jacobi raced to hospital by speedboat after fall at £1,000 a night hotel .
These "Fun Facts" are about the 1996 Disney film, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame:" (1) The "Hellfire" song was almost cut from the film due to its dark themes. (2) Blue and red were used to signify good and evil. Both Quasimodo and Esmeralda wore blue and Frollo's face was red in the fire. (3) Two of the gargoyles are named Victor and Hugo after Victor Hugo, the author of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame." (4) Patrick Stewart, Derek Jacobi and Ian "Gandalf" McKellan were considered to voice the role of Frollo, before they cast Tony Jay. (5) In the original novel, Frollo was an Archdeacon, not a judge. And in the book, he was a compassionate, intelligent man alienated from society, undone by his obsession with Esmerelda.
So, if Derek Jacobi had just let Gary Oldman choke on that cherry the movie would have been so short!
From a listserv I follow: 'Looking for a great FREE promo for summer reading? Try SYNC, an outreach from the Audio Publishers Association! Each week during the summer, SYNC provides two FREE audiobooks - one classic, one current YA - for anyone to download. Plus, there are lots of great promotional materials for teachers & librarians on the SYNC website. Post the titles on your website, hand out bookmarks at the desk, collaborate between schools & public libraries, and load up your own device with tons of great listening. Sign up for email or text alerts and learn more at www.audiobooksync.com.Here's the complete line up: SUMMER 2014 SYNC TITLE LINEUP May 15 - May 21 WARP: THE RELUCTANT ASSASSIN by Eoin Colfer, Narrated by Maxwell Caulfield (Listening Library) THE TIME MACHINE by H.G. Wells, Narrated by Derek Jacobi (Listening Library) May 22 - May 28 CRUEL BEAUTY by Rosamund Hodge, Narrated by Elizabeth Knowleden (Harper Audio) OEDIPUS THE KING by Sophocles, Performed by Michael Sheen and a full cast (Na ...
Either Patrick Stewart or Ian McKellen as the MC. Derek Jacobi as Jim Bowen. Zac Efron as Keith Deller.
seriously needs to hurry up with a second series...I cant laugh at Derek Jacobi anymore! Waaa! :'(
It's 8.30pm on a Thursday and watching a rerun of Cadfael with the peerless Sir Derek Jacobi
Had the pleasure of chatting to the talent that is Derek Jacobi yesterday and had jokes with Miriam Margolyes! GREAT DAY!
Directed by Otto Preminger. With Richard Attenborough, Nicol Williamson, Derek Jacobi, Joop Doderer. When Arthur Davis, a junior bachelor in the British secret service's African section, is seen taking a file with him -to meet his girlfriend Cynthia- the brass fears he may be the leak to Moskow, and...
Bravely facing Underworld: Evolution with niece. The *** Derek Jacobi is doing here??
(ps DDL lost out to Anthony Hopkins to the part of Hannibal Lecter)
Lol watching derek jacobi dancing and singing on Last Tango epic tv history :-)
Wonder how many parents agree -There is definitely something about The Night Garden that the 'Little People' connect with! Calms them down immediately! Can't work out what it is, but whatever it is-we owe Derek Jacobi a high 5! Lol
Derek Jacobi's narration of Sherlock Holmes is exactly how I imagine a dog would sound if it could talk. PERFECT.
The brilliant Janis Kelly with the brilliant Emma Thompson and the brilliant Derek Jacobi at the Barbican.
It was truly weird. Derek Jacobi's Lord of the Manor, lounging about & Ollie plays this sinister butler. Probably makes a good cuppa tho
JUST A BIT OF INFORMATION I THOUGHT MIGHT HELP IN UNDERSTANDING THE MAN PLEASE ENJOY!!! Date of Birth 18 April 1971 , Bathgate, West Lothian, Scotland, UK Birth Name David John McDonald Height 6' 1" (1.85 m) Mini Bio (1) David Tennant was born David John McDonald in West Lothian, Scotland, to a father who was a Presbyterian minister. When he was about 3 or 4 years old, he decided to become an actor, inspired by his love of the BBC show "Doctor Who." He was brought up in Bathgate, West Lothian and Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland and was a huge fan of the band The Proclaimers. He attended Paisley Grammar school and while there he wrote about how he wanted to become a professional actor and play the role of the Doctor in "Doctor Who." He made his first television appearance (which was also his first professional acting job) when he was 16, after his father sent some photos of him to a casting director at Scottish television. He also attended a youth theatre group at weekends run by the Royal Scottish Acade . ...
Sir Derek Jacobi on the street, Noam Chomsky in the chair plus a 'what if?' John Lennon drama. Audio Book Radio from Feb 19-21
Performing with Derek Jacobi on Thursday in the Inner Temple :-)
I so agree!! But it's already repeating 3.30 on Drama Ch on Saturdays here in UK!! Ah, Derek Jacobi..so Godly!! So kind!!
Now I want to see Derek Jacobi and fight over in character as Stuart and Freddie from Vicious.
R is Rats of NIMH Book Series: read these as a kid, pretty good film with Derek Jacobi as well.
What did Derek Jacobi say when Iggle Piggle asked over what time period are pension contributions assessed against the annual allowance?
A tribute to a fantastic series and its splendid leading actor, Derek Jacobi. Wikipedia: "I, Claudius is a 1976 BBC T...
My new favourite show, 'Vicious' - from the writers of 'Will & Grace' starring Ian McKellen & Derek Jacobi - check it out! (thanks Terri Tebbutt, you got me on to another good thing!)
Have you watched the Mystery! TV series from the '90s starring Derek Jacobi as Brother Cadfael?
And listening to Derek Jacobi read The Voyage of the Dawn Treader really makes the miles fly by.
Derek Jacobi is so good he even kills it in the second UNDERWORLD movie.
Derek Jacobi has a tiny party in GLADIATOR but he kills it.
Michael Gambon is the Storyteller in that series. The first episode stars Derek Jacobi as Daedalus.
Words and music from Keaton Henson's "You" performed by Derek Jacobi for Channel 4's Random Acts. Directed and Produced by William Williamson Director of Pho...
In this *** world of youth and ridiculous beauty awesome to see Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi as two, bitter, twisted classic old queens in this awesome sitcom Vicious
What am I doing today? Boasting shamelessly about yesterday. What did I do yesterday? I'm glad you asked. I was at a party with some names including Daniel Radcliffe, Sheridan Smith, David Walliams, Simon Russell Beale, Derek Jacobi, Ron Cook, amongst some other amazing theatre peeps who work behind the scenes like Michael Grandage, Chris Oram, Penny Dyer, Neil Austin and yanno some awesome people from Michael Grandage Futures Company :) p.s. JUDE LAW HAS SOFT HANDS.
Derek Jacobi, for an elderly gent you are quite dashing.
The Tao of 'Last Tango in Halifax' (my guilty pleasure!); homespun wisdom from Alan, played by the wonderful Derek Jacobi. 'Life's all about confidence. And the only way you gain confidence is by putting yourself into situations where you do feel a little bit out of your depth...where you do feel uncomfortable; you do have to deal with people who you might not naturally be drawn to'
Derek Jacobi in vicious, now on 7two
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Sir Derek Jacobi doing a female voice is a vaguely disturbing thing to listen to.
What's better than watching Derek Jacobi? Watching him w/ Ian McKellen in
Listening to Sir Derek Jacobi read The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes. I do so love his voice.
I just saw a quick glimpse of Derek Jacobi!
I will watch in tribute to Sir Derek Jacobi when the day comes. Upsy Daisy is a questionable female role model though...
Joan Reid PIN UP of the YEAR has some photos of "DEREK JACOBI & me clutching hot water bottles"
It's great, isn't it? Such a fab cast too. I love Derek Jacobi and Anne Reid as a couple
"Vicious" with Ian McKellan, Derek Jacobi, Frances de la Tour and Iwan Rheon (who plays the very vicious Ramsay Snow on Game of Thrones)- OMG - have not laughed like this since AB FAB- watch it- only 6 episodes and a special now- but they are doing Season 2
Watching National Theatre 50th Anniversary. PBS is by FAR the best free station related channel on Roku. BY FAR. I now know whose face Nepenthe's face reminds me of: Derek Jacobi.
(Funny thing is that actually Derek Jacobi was in Doctor Who. Ian McKellen was only in the Fiveish Reboot, but that was later than
Best of Rape and Revenge Movies - 69 Revengers Tragedy (2002) A great mix of dementia, dialogue and dam fine scouse Storyline From cult director Alex Cox (Repo Man; Sid and Nancy) comes this modernised adaptation of Thomas Middleton's celebrated play from 1607. It tells the story of a man whose wife is murdered on their wedding day and his desire to exact revenge on the murderer. Set in a post-apocalyptic Liverpool of the future, Vindici (Christopher Eccleston - Let Him have It; Elizabeth; 28 Days Later; Tv's Dr Who) returns from a self-imposed exile to bring down those responsible for his wife's murder. While his family have fallen on hard times, the murderer - known as The Duke (Derek Jacobi - Day of the Jackal; Gosford Park; Tv's- I Claudius) - has become rich. Director: Alex Cox Writers: Frank Cottrell Boyce (adaptation), Thomas Middleton (play) Stars: Christopher Eccleston, Kevin Knapman, Michael Ryan
I've never wanted to see much more of Harold Pinter than a bit here or there, until last night, watching Derek Jacobi and Michael Gambon brilliantly perform a scene from "No Man's Land," during the 50th anniversary celebration of Britain's National Theatre that PBS aired as part of their Great Performances series. Benedict Cumberbatch did a great job with the coin-tossing scene from "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead," as well. Unfortunately I had to stop there. Fortunately it's still on the DVR for later. :) The only thing better would be a complete performance of Rosencrantz.
"Valentine's Day Lore" by Santa Ynez Valley Holiday Historian, John Copeland It’s Valentine’s Day. Here in America and in many other parts of the world, Valentine’s Day, is a time when people show feelings of love, affection and friendship, all in the name of St. Valentine. But who was this guy who became the saint of love? And why do we celebrate his holiday? For 1700 years, until 1969 the Catholic Church formally recognized eleven St. Valentine’s Days over the course of the year. There were actually two Christian Valentines who were martyred on February 14th. I know, two, really? The Valentines honored on February 14th are Valentine of Rome and Valentine of Terni. Valentine of Rome was a priest in Rome who was martyred on February 14th, 269 and was buried on the Via Flaminia. If you’re interested, his relics [bones - very romantic] can be found in the Church of Saint Praxed in Rome and also in the Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church in Dublin, Ireland. Valentine ...
Maggie Smith, Ralph Fiennes, Judi Dench, Benedict Cumberbatch, Derek Jacobi, Helen Mirren, Michael Gambon, Penelope Wilton and many more are part of National...
"I... Am... The Master" Derek Jacobi striking fear into my very core!
Maggie Smith, Benedict Cumberbatch, Derek Jacobi and many more celebrate the Royal National Theatre's 50th year on Great Performances at 8.
Ah man, Derek Jacobi was so great as The Master!
Reminder that Derek Jacobi loves me more than DickMad.
Sir Derek Jacobi has spent 43.2% of his entire acting life in a toga.
Yeah, I'm going in two weeks. NTLive is great. I saw Derek Jacobi as King Lear once.
I love Derek Jacobi..he plays Shakespearean character era exceptionally well
Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, Benedict Cumberbatch, Ralph Fiennes, Derek Jacobi and more stars celebrate 50 years of the National Theatre -- a Valentine for you: Friday night at 9 on WGTE TV.
Was that McKellen? Think he stripped off. Saw T Courteney and Jacobi play it much preferred Sir Derek.
Derek Jacobi, Grethe Fox, Richard Clifford and our amazing supporting cast rehearsing!
AMY: Can you tape this - then we can delete the rest and just play the Cumberbatch part over and over and over National Theatre: 50 Years On Stage (Duration: 1:56:46 SRND51 TV14 Founded in 1963, the Royal National Theatre has not simply provided lucky London residents and visitors with some the most thrilling productions in contemporary theater, but served as an influential wellspring of talent and creativity, breathing new life into theater classics as well as launching new plays, playwrights, directors and stars on an international stage. In November 2013, the NT celebrates its 50th anniversary with a special gala performance, welcoming home an all-star cast of NT alumni to perform excerpts from landmark productions, complemented by archival excerpts from the NT's many groundbreaking productions. Subject to availability, Jim Broadbent, James Corden, Benedict Cumberbatch, Judi Dench, Ralph Fiennes, Michael Gambon, Hugh Jackman, Derek Jacobi, Rory Kinnear, Helen Mirren, Simon Russell Beale, Maggie Smith a ...
Actually,loved the Trevor Nunn film of it esp Nigel Hawthorne as Malvolio. Also,Derek Jacobi in same role :-)
I never saw that. But Derek Jacobi was great in Lear. After that I wondered if I would ever need to see another.
Brilliant shoot with Sir Derek Jacobi today. :) He was really really nice. And had a stunning home xx
Sharing a wall with Mr. Blondey is fun when he plays movies with Kenneth Branagh and Derek Jacobi in them.
It will be interesting (and tempting to compare). Did you see Derek Jacobi in the role at BAM? That was memorable.
Okay it's taken me a while to get round to another blog - but then Hamlet is bloody long... Take a look and see what you think of what I thought of Derek Jacobi as the Dane. Would love to hear what people think!
Lmao Derek Jacobi saying "i am the master" savvy sat staring at the telly.another whovian in the house :-)
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It's the Finale Wednesday at 10pm Derek Jacobi and Olivia Colman in a glorious double bill.
Great exhibition Shoot with Sir Derek Jacobi today thank you
Ok, maybe it's been a while since UK TV was really good. Vicious is on ITV, Ian McKellan and Derek Jacobi as an old *** couple :)
Hmmm... The new "Dark Eyes" set from Big Finish seems to imply that Alex McQueen's version of the Master falls between the Eric Roberts TV movie version and the Derek Jacobi version from "Utopia." How interesting.
Right - so - what do you have to remember tonight? 8pm - Channel 4 - The Restoration Man 10pm - 11pm - Sky Atlantic - This Is Jinsy with guest appearances from Sir Derek Jacobi, Olivia Colman and Phil Taylor Davis That's it y'all!
Sir Derek Jacobi came to see The White Carnation last night... officially living the dream at the moment!
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