A British actor with a memorable face, Christopher Neame developed a reputation as a character actor in Hammer Horror films like Lust for a Vampire and Dracula A.D. in the early '70s. Able to convey an imposing feeling on screen, he would also find a niche playing bad guys on British TV shows, particularly those with a military bent, such as Lt. Dick Player on the prisoner drama Colditz, Kaiser Wilhelm II on Edward the King, and Flight Lt. John Curtis on Secret Army. During the '80s, Neame would make numerous appearances on American TV as well, making cameos on The A-Team and The Fall Guy. Neame's performance as Fallon in the 1989 Bond movie License to Kill struck a chord with audiences on both sides of the pond, and he would go on to serve his cult fan base with appearances on Star Trek: Voyager, Babylon 5, and Sliders throughout the '90s. By the 2000's, Neame had all but completely established himself as a veteran genre actor, appearing on The Invisible Man, Star Trek Enterprise, and in the Christopher Nolan film The Prestige.