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'''John de Lancie''' (born March 20, 1948) is an American actor, originating from [[Philadelphia]]. He is best known for playing Q in three of the ''Star Trek'' TV series, and has had a prolific career in animation, audio dramas, films, video games and theatre.
 
'''John de Lancie''' (born March 20, 1948) is an American actor, originating from [[Philadelphia]]. He is best known for playing Q in three of the ''Star Trek'' TV series, and has had a prolific career in animation, audio dramas, films, video games and theatre.
   
 
On September 21 2011, De Lancie tweeted "''For Assassin's Creed fans... just voiced the father of the hero. Again, really nice group to work with.''", confirming his role as [[William Miles]].<ref name="Twitter">[http://twitter.com/#!/johndelancie/status/116590886925778944 Twitter - John de Lancie]</ref>
 
On September 21 2011, De Lancie tweeted "''For Assassin's Creed fans... just voiced the father of the hero. Again, really nice group to work with.''", confirming his role as [[William Miles]].<ref name="Twitter">[http://twitter.com/#!/johndelancie/status/116590886925778944 Twitter - John de Lancie]</ref>
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==Biography==
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Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, de Lancie was diagnosed with dyslexia as a child and, as such, he did not learn to read until he was twelve.<ref>[http://www.informationweek.com/news/internet/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=198100537 Information Week.com].</ref> Despite this affliction, he began acting at the age of 14, performing in a high school production of William Shakespeare's ''Henry V''.
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He went on to study acting at Kent State University (he was in attendance during the Kent State shootings on 4 May 1970) and won a scholarship at Julliard. He has performed in numerous stage productions, participating at such engagements as The American Shakespeare Festival and The Mark Taper Forum, as well as establishing a successful career in film and television.
   
 
== ''Assassin's Creed'' roles ==
 
== ''Assassin's Creed'' roles ==
 
*''[[Assassin's Creed III]]'' (2012) - William Miles
 
*''[[Assassin's Creed III]]'' (2012) - William Miles
 
*''[[Assassin's Creed: Revelations]]'' (2011) – William Miles
 
*''[[Assassin's Creed: Revelations]]'' (2011) – William Miles
 
== References ==
 
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== External links ==
 
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*[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_de_Lancie John de Lancie] on Wikipedia.
 
*[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0209496/ John de Lancie] at the Internet Movie Database.
 
*[http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0209496/ John de Lancie] at the Internet Movie Database.
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*[http://www.tv.com/people/john-de-lancie/ John de Lancie] at TV.com.
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== References ==
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{{Reflist}}
   
 
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John de Lancie

John de Lancie.

John de Lancie (born March 20, 1948) is an American actor, originating from Philadelphia. He is best known for playing Q in three of the Star Trek TV series, and has had a prolific career in animation, audio dramas, films, video games and theatre.

On September 21 2011, De Lancie tweeted "For Assassin's Creed fans... just voiced the father of the hero. Again, really nice group to work with.", confirming his role as William Miles.[1]

Biography

Born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, de Lancie was diagnosed with dyslexia as a child and, as such, he did not learn to read until he was twelve.[2] Despite this affliction, he began acting at the age of 14, performing in a high school production of William Shakespeare's Henry V.

He went on to study acting at Kent State University (he was in attendance during the Kent State shootings on 4 May 1970) and won a scholarship at Julliard. He has performed in numerous stage productions, participating at such engagements as The American Shakespeare Festival and The Mark Taper Forum, as well as establishing a successful career in film and television.

Assassin's Creed roles

External links

References

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