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    Doug Bradley is an actor, born on September 7, 1954 in

    Liverpool, England.


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    Since school, Bradley has been a close friend of Clive Barker. He has played the role of the Cenobite Pinhead in all eight

    Hellraiser films, as well as the character of Captain Elliot Spencer in two of the films Hellbound: Hellraiser II (1988) and Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth

    (1992).

    Bradley has performed vocals on three songs by Cradle of Filth, the English extreme heavy metal band. The first was 2000's "Her Ghost in the

    Fog", for which he appeared in the video. He also appeared on its sequel - "Swansong For A Raven". In 2006, he lent his vocals to "Rise of the

    Pentagram".

    Bradley is also a member of UK animation company Renga Media, makers of the independent British CGI 'Dominator' movies and shorts,

    dividing job roles between producer and voice actor. He also voiced the Loc-Nar in the short animated crossover 'Heavy Metal vs. Dominator', in which

    characters from the Dominator universe meet and fight with characters from the film Heavy Metal 2000. Cradle Of Filth's lead singer Dani Filth provided the

    voice of Dominator in the first movie and crossover, Doug Bradley has voiced a character called Doctor Payne, the most prominent human protagonist who is an

    exorcist and has also voiced the main villain of the first movie, Lord Desecrater, as well as narrating the first Dominator short "A Brief History Of

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    Indeed! Liverpool has produced quite a few names in the horror field. In fact, here's a book that celebrates several of us:

    http://www.pspublishing.co.uk/spook-...eter-677-p.asp

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