Yes, Mel beat me too it, unfortunately, but it was indeed John Rhys-Davis. Just imagine MacBeth addressing someone as "Mr. Mallory". *l* Now THIS guy I know fairly certain they initially asked to audition for the voice of Goliath. Funny how these things go, no?<P>Incidentally, if you remember the City of Stone four-parter (which I do cause it was one of the best things I ever saw on TV. *L*), in which the history between MacBeth and Demona was explained, Mr. Rhys-Davies was initially quite against this revisionism of the original MacBeth. He got quite enthousiastic about it however when it was explained to him that Shakespeare was the revisionist with his version, while the Gargoyles version was actually more acurate.
<P>There, now you know enough for a whole battle, I'd say. *L*<P>Of course, I'd say that John Rhys-Davies IS sort of a poor man's Sean COnnery... That is, if Sean Connery's a bit too hi for you, you can always get Mr. Rhys-Davies to do a good job at it.
<P>Now, the Keebler thing... Keebler here of course, isn't the elves, which I never saw, but the sheep which Angie named. From the little comic I dug up.
<P>Now, as we're now very far off-topic, er... How do we get back again?