Jeremy Brett (1933-1995) was a versatile British actor
with a distinguished 40-year career legacy in such
diverse rôles as Bassanio, Dorian Gray, Dracula,
Freddie Eynsford-Hill, Hamlet, Maxim de Winter,
William Tatham, and Robert Browning.
Yet it was his talented and enriching portraiture
as the consulting detective, Sherlock Holmes, in
which internationally famed him. Undoubtedly
his portrayal remains "quintessential." This is a
man who had touched -- unfathomably touched -- the
hearts of millions of lives, including that of the editor.
This site is not intended to be a "dedication" to Mr
Sherlock Holmes, but more exclusively a "dedication," in love
and veneration, to the life of Mr Jeremy Brett né Huggins --
his works, his career, his influence, and his self.
of the fighters, the survivors, and the lost of the terrorist attacks upon
World Trading Center in New York, rural Pennsylvania, and the Pentagon, in Washington, D.C. A Heartfelt Thank You
Sunday, 20 May 2001: I apologise for the lack of updating, I have had little time to work on this site. I hope to update when I have summer break (which is only 3 weeks long). I only added advertisement for an advert for Miss Linda Pritchard's new book.
A heart-rending A Confession: Why Jeremy Brett?? was written for the "dedication" on 12 September. For the devoted band of individuals who help the "dedication" become possible and the best it can be, the editor recognises in Special Thanks & Acknowledgements. To our dear Jeremy, an In Memoriam... plaque -- terse, simple yet heartfelt. Browse about the "dedication"s membershipped Webrings. For details of previous updates, see What's New!
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