David Warner is a distinguished stage, film and television actor. He made a name for himself with his performance as the doomed King Henry VI in The Wars of the Roses, one of the Royal Shakespeare Company's most celebrated shows to this day. In 1965, he became the most talked about Hamlet of his generation. His many films include Titanic, Straw Dogs, The Omen, Time After Time, Tron, Star Trek VI, Titanic and Planet of the Apes. In 1981, he won an Emmy for his supporting performance in Masada. He also has numerous voice-over credits in television, film, and audiobooks. He has narrated works by Arthur Conan Doyle, Ben Bova, and Edgar Allan Poe.
Jupiter by Ben Bova--Audiobook Excerpt
Listen to this audiobook excerpt from Ben Bova's science fiction novel Jupiter, narrated by Christian Noble and David Warner, with an introduction by Harlan Ellison. A "leading light of hard SF and space advocacy" (Booklist) turns his sights to the largest planet in our solar system in this Grand Tour novel.Share This