Ustinov

[ US /ˈjustɪnɑv, ˈustɪnɑv/ ]
NOUN
  1. British actor and playwright (1921-2004)
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How To Use Ustinov In A Sentence

  • If I had my choice of roles, I'd opt for Peter Ustinov's part: Lentulus Batiatus, the slave dealer and slightly effete villain.
  • The patrons of the Academie are a roll call of the great and good, including Michel David-Weill, of Lazards Bank, and Sir Peter Ustinov, the polyglot actor and raconteur.
  • The cast is uniformly excellent, especially Peter Ustinov as Poirot, and the setting is delightful.
  • Ustinov was performing at the age of three, mimicking politicians of the day when his parents invited Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie for dinner.
  • U for Ustinov, hence Variant U. U-13 was an improved, deadlier version of it. CHAMELEON
  • Ustinov also wrote and directed the movie based on his own play.
  • Sir Peter Ustinov was a great raconteur and notable humanitarian, but don't forget about his acting says a noted film historian.
  • The book was later made into a superb 1978 movie starring Peter Ustinov as the fictional detective Hercule Poirot, aided by David Niven, who unravels the twists and turns of the ingenious murder.
  • Raconteurs like Peter Ustinov were once the stars of chat shows before they dumbed down and the guests became one long procession of slebs trying to sell something, whether it be CD, book, film or whatever.
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