David Suchet Autograph Professionally Framed
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- All autographs are 100% Authentic and Hand Signed
- All pictures described as framed are double mounted and professionally framed
- UACC Holographic certificate of authentication with every item
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This 8/10” professionally taken, high quality photograph has been signed in person by David Suchet.
Your chosen item is double mounted within a soft card window which is expertly bevelled and placed within a very high quality hardwood modern frame.
Your picture is then sealed to the rear with our unique credit card style certificate of authenticity attached to the backing board and comes complete with the appropriate fixings so that your framed image is ready to hang and display.
Actual frame size approx. 17/14”.
David Suchet is an English actor, known for his work on British television. He played Edward Teller in the TV serial Oppenheimer and for his RTS- and BPG award-winning performance as Augustus Melmotte in the 2001 British serial The Way We Live Now, and a 1991 British Academy Television Award (BAFTA) nomination. He is also known for his role as Agatha Christie's detective Hercule Poirot in Agatha Christie's Poirot. His older brother, John, is a British television presenter and newsreader. Their father was gynaecologist Jack Suchet. Suchet's nephew is the broadcaster Richard Suchet.
Suchet began his acting career at the Watermill Theatre, Bagnor, Berkshire; he has said that Watermill "fulfils my vision of a perfect theatre". In 1973, he joined the Royal Shakespeare Company. Suchet performed "John" in the drama Oleanna at the Royal Court Theatre in 1993. It was directed by Harold Pinter, and co-starred Lia Williams as "Carol". In 1996-97 he played opposite Dame Diana Rigg in the East-End production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. He was also featured as Salieri from 1998 to 2000 in the Broadway production Amadeus. In 2007 at the Chichester Festival Theatre, he played Cardinal Benelli in The Last Confession, about the death of Pope John Paul I
After making his first TV appearance in 1970, he appeared in the 1980 made-for-TV film version of A Tale of Two Cities. In 1980, he also played Edward Teller, later developer of the US H-bomb, in the joint BBC-US TV serial about the US Manhattan Project called Oppenheimer. In 1983, he played the insidious half-Chinese policeman with orders to kill British spy Sidney Reilly in Reilly, Ace of Spies. In 1985, he played Blott in the television series Blott on the Landscape, and corporate whistle-blower Stanley Adams in A Song for Europe. Ironically, Suchet appeared as Inspector Japp in 1985's Thirteen at Dinner, in which Peter Ustinov portrayed Poirot. In 1988, he played Leopold Bloom in the Channel 4 documentary, The Modern World: Ten Great Writers, in which some of James Joyce's Ulysses were dramatised
Unique Credit card style COA
Our unique Certificate of Authenticity (COA) has a similar look and feel to a credit card.
Your unique COA will incorporate an exact image of your purchased item.
COA reference number
Your COA incorporates a reference number unique to the item that you have purchased. Should you wish to sell the item in the future, potential buyers can check the details of the item along with the date purchased by entering the number into the authentication page on our website.
UACC & AFTAL
Ilovememorabilia are registred dealers with the 2 largest autograph authentication sites in the world those been the UACC (Universal Autograph Collectors Club) & AFTAL (The Autograph Fair Trade Association). The COA bears our current membership numbers.
We believe that the quality of framing is just as important as the picture itself. Therefore we use only the highest quality frames and framing materials.
Your signed photo is mounted onto Kapa Foam board to ensure they stay flat within the frame. A soft white card window mount is then expertly bevel cut to the size of your print. The window mount’s outside dimensions fit within the appropriate size frame.
The mounted print, window mount and glass are then sandwiched within the frame, sealed from behind with a backing sheet and appropriate fixings attached so that your framed image is ready to hang.