Knowledge Identifier: +Warwick_Davis
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1970.
Countries: United Kingdom (67%), United States (22%), Ireland (3%)
Linked to: American Broadcasting Company, Chinthurst School, City of London Freemen's School, City of London Freemen's School
Val Kilmer - Even though he has had a reputation of being difficult, Warwick Davis, Kilmer's co-star from the 1988 fantasy "Willow", in his audio commentary for the film said that the question he's most asked is what it was like working with Kilmer, Davis describes him as a very funny man and a hard working, dedicated actor
In 2006, Davis appeared, alongside fellow "Harry Potter" star Daniel Radcliffe, in an episode of BBC's comedy series "Extras" as a satirical version of himself
Ricky Gervais - A second series began on 14 September 2006 in the UK and featured appearances by Daniel Radcliffe, Dame Diana Rigg, Orlando Bloom, Sir Ian McKellen, Chris Martin, Keith Chegwin, Robert Lindsay, Warwick Davis, Ronnie Corbett, Stephen Fry, Richard Briers, Patricia Potter, Sophia Myles, Moira Stuart, David Bowie, Kate Winslet, Robert De Niro and Jonathan Ross
John Savident - He was one of the readers on the BBC's online Advent Calendar in December 2006 and starred in the 2006 pantomime "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" as the henchman at Manchester Opera House, appearing alongside Suranne Jones, Justin Moorhouse, and the all-star seven dwarves including Warwick Davis
In April 2010, Davis published his autobiography, "Size Matters Not: The Extraordinary Life and Career of Warwick Davis", with a foreword by George Lucas
Stephen Merchant - Later in 2010, Gervais and Merchant wrote, and had cameo roles in, "Life's Too Short", a television show starring Warwick Davis
In January 2013 he appeared in a Comic Relief episode of "The Great British Bake Off", winning that episode's title of "Comic Relief Star Baker"
The BBC broadcast one of its Who Do You Think You Are- genealogy programmes on Warwick Davis in February 2017