The Many Faces Of Alan Rickman

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This week, we can all return to Wonderland in James Bobin's Alice Through the Looking Glass, though Peter Martin doesn't really much recommend that in his review. Still, one familiar face, or rather voice, is there to greet us: Alan Rickman's.

One of many celebrities we've lost this year to cancer, Alan Rickman's death came as a shock. Especially since all of the characters he played, be it young or old, sloppy or obsessive, friends or foes, had always had an extra spark which made them seem more alive than what the script called for. Rickman could make you empathize with (or hate) a cardboard cut-out, when necessary.

So once again I'm going to use fifteen pictures of one of my favourite thespians to make a quiz. Click through the images, and guess which movies or shows they're from. No competition, no prizes, just for fun, try to see how far you get without using IMDb!

And I'll post the answers next Thursday, or earlier if someone gets all of them right.

Shelagh Rowan-Legg, Kurt Halfyard, Christopher O'Keeffe and James Marsh contributed to this story.

And here is the face behind the voice of Absolem, the blue caterpillar in Alice Through the Looking Glass.

This one doesn't count yet for the quiz, but all others do, so please browse through the gallery: click on the edge of the picture to get the next one, and see how many of them all you can identify!

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