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His oleaginous aside as a Machiavellian politician - "You might say that, I couldn't possibly comment" - has entered the language as a perfect catchphrase for devious evasiveness. He made the character and brought the whole series to life."Even John Major's leadership campaign in 1990 came to a halt at 9pm on a Sunday night so that the whole campaign team could sit down and see what was happening."Urquhart was a wicked character but Richardson portrayed him in such a way that everybody loved it.
Michael Dobbs, author of House of Cards, said: "I am desperately sad. In anybody else's hands, that role could have fallen flat on his face."I owe him a huge debt."Richardson, born in Edinburgh in 1934, joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1960.
When Kenneth hears this, he is outraged and leaves.
The next day, he goes to the bus station to travel to where the airplane that his father boarded crashed.
The Scottish actor also worked in American theatre, appearing in Peter Brook's Marat/Sade on Broadway in the sixties and receiving a Tony nomination for his part as Professor Henry Higgins in a revival of "My Fair Lady."Among his most memorable TV performances were the roles of Sir Godber Evans in "Porterhouse Blue" and as "Lord Groan" in "Gormenghast."Other television roles included Bill Haydon in John Le Carre's "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy," and Sherlock Holmes in "The Hound of the Baskervilles."He is survived by his wife, Maroussia, and two sons.
But before they even get to leave, her beeper starts to ring, catching Kenji's attention.
In the text, Kenji is apologizing to someone called "Bee" and asking her if they could talk in their favourite place.
Athena decides to just text him a yes even though she knows she is not the person Kenji is addressing the text to and has no idea where their favourite place is.
He apparently almost misses the bus because he was sleeping. Kelay joins him on his quest to find his father as she is determined to give her aunt whose name is Athena, the happily ever after she deserves.
Kenneth is annoyed at Kelay wanting to bring her aunt and his father together especially since Kenneth has heard of her as the woman that his father secretly loved, resulting to the death of his mother, whose name is also Athena.