It would be deceiving to recommend that the entertainer David Warner.
who has passed on matured 80.
Battled to recover the achievement he saw as from the get-go in his vocation.
While the facts confirm that he at absolutely no point in the future.
Caused the kind of shockwaves created by his extreme understanding of Hamlet at the RSC in 1965.
Or on screen as the upset screw-up of Karel Reisz's parody Morgan.
A Suitable Case for Treatment (1966), Warner gave no impression of battling after anything much by any means.
Distinction and approval intrigued him not.
It was said that he read every one of his surveys for Hamlet however kept just the terrible ones.
He was roused, he said, by "a driving absence of desire" and guaranteed.