Actor Malcolm McDowell has spoken of his sadness following the death of his friend Warren Clarke, describing him as a "fantastic actor".
He told ITV News: "He was truly a fantastic actor. As well as being a incredibly funny mimic! He always got me laughing into tears with his rendition of Eddie Waring, the rugby league commentator."
McDowell, who starred alongside Clarke in A Clockwork Orange, added: "When we were auditioning for the role of Dim, in A Clockwork Orange, in my mind, there was only one actor to play that part. After some convincing, Stanley was on board with that decision, and the rest is history!"
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