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23rd Sep '16 1:39:34 PM FunkyPurpleDuck
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23rd Sep '16 1:37:31 PM FunkyPurpleDuck
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* ''Webcomic/{{EVIL}}'' has Vincent Kahn, the resident assistant, who is of the cockney variety. He is also [[AffablyEvil one of the nicest characters in the series]].
17th Sep '16 3:02:52 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''[[FlashForward2009 FlashForward]]'', Simon is in charge of the secret project that led to the blackout, played by [[Series/{{Lost}} Dominic]] [[Film/TheLordOfTheRings Monaghan]].

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* In ''[[FlashForward2009 FlashForward]]'', ''Series/FlashForward2009'', Simon is in charge of the secret project that led to the blackout, played by [[Series/{{Lost}} Dominic]] [[Film/TheLordOfTheRings Monaghan]].
9th Sep '16 1:39:40 PM notahandle
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** He pulled triple duty as a baddie in ''Film/{{TRON}}'' by playing human antagonist Edward Dillinger and the evil program Sark, as well as providing the voice for the BigBad, the Master Control Program.

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** He pulled triple duty as a baddie in ''Film/{{TRON}}'' by playing human antagonist Edward Dillinger and the evil program Sark, as well as providing the voice for the BigBad, the Master Control Program. The casting got [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] by the director in the DVD extras as an American thing.
15th Aug '16 4:29:51 PM DrOO7
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* ''Series/{{Sisters}}''. Georgie's psychologist, who convinced her that she had been molested by her father, convinced her to turn her back on her disbelieving family, then convinced her that they needed to have sex to help her get over her newfound sexual fears, was of course, British (as was his actor, who presumably either could or wouldn't do an American one.)
12th Aug '16 8:11:39 PM nombretomado
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* {{Discussed|Trope}} by Creator/EddieIzzard, wherein he notes American enemies tend to play the movie villains; as a result of the [[AmericanRevolution revolutionary war]], the Death Star from ''Franchise/StarWars'' is thus filled with British people.

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* {{Discussed|Trope}} by Creator/EddieIzzard, wherein he notes American enemies tend to play the movie villains; as a result of the [[AmericanRevolution [[UsefulNotes/TheAmericanRevolution revolutionary war]], the Death Star from ''Franchise/StarWars'' is thus filled with British people.
6th Aug '16 4:41:02 PM LeahJ
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-->'''Izzard''': The Death Star? Just full of British actors opening doors and going ''"Oh, I'm-- oh." "What is it Leftenant Sebastian?" "It's just the Rebels, sir. They're here." "My God, man! Do they want tea?"''

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-->'''Izzard''': The Death Star? Just full of British actors opening doors and going ''"Oh, I'm-- oh." "What is it Leftenant Lieutenant Sebastian?" "It's just the Rebels, sir. They're here." "My God, man! Do they want tea?"''
1st Aug '16 9:00:54 AM tropower
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** Except for WesternAnimation/BarbieAndTheSecretDoor, where Malucia is clearly American [[note]]Well, technically Canadian, since, like most of the Barbie movies, it was made in Canada with Canadian voice actors[[/note]].
30th Jul '16 3:23:53 PM nombretomado
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* {{Discussed}} on ''{{Daria}},'' after Ms. Li makes an announcement over the intercom:

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* {{Discussed}} on ''{{Daria}},'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}},'' after Ms. Li makes an announcement over the intercom:
10th Jul '16 2:52:35 PM AgProv
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* American TV seems to love this trope in its presenters of reality shows where ruthless people have to sort the wheat from the chaff quickly and efficiently. [[TheMeanBrit Simon Cowell]], for instance. Creator/GordonRamsay's non-nonsense approach to failing hotels and eateries made him a household name. ''Series/KitchenNightmares'' spawned a knock off, ''Restaurant:Impossible'', presented by Robert Irvine: a British chef/entrepreneur who comes across as colder, nastier and more ruthless despite not losing his temper and never swearing ''once''. You would not want to cross him or disobey.

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* American TV seems to love this trope in its presenters of reality shows where ruthless people have to sort the wheat from the chaff quickly and efficiently. [[TheMeanBrit Simon Cowell]], for instance. Creator/GordonRamsay's non-nonsense approach to failing hotels and eateries made him a household name. ''Series/KitchenNightmares'' spawned a knock off, ''Restaurant:Impossible'', ''Series/RestaurantImpossible'', presented by Robert Irvine: a British chef/entrepreneur who comes across as colder, nastier and more ruthless despite not losing his temper and never swearing ''once''. You would not want to cross him or disobey.
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