Christopher Lee | 01 Jul 2015 - 14:40

Sir Christopher Lee died on June 7th at the age of 93. He was the English voice over for the Brunswick production “FERRARI” . Unbeknownst before recording for Brunswick, we discovered that his mother was Comtessa Estelle Marie Carandidi di Sarzano, and lived in Modena next to Enzo Ferrari, consequently much of the script was re written accordingly by Sir Christopher Lee.

He performed in more than 275 films throughout his life including James Bond’s nemesis Scaramanga in “The Man with the Golden Gun”. He rallied against type casting and his roles ranging from Dracula to Mohammed Ali have secured him a place in film history.

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