Well-bred and educated (Eton and Oxford), British stage actor Christopher Cazenove began his movie career with a small part in Julius Caesar (1970). Throughout the 1970s, Cazenove perfected his screen persona as the international charmer with a dark past. After his Broadway bow in 1980's Goodbye Fidel, Cazenove appeared with increasing frequency in American films, notably Eye of the Needle (1981), Mata Hari (1985) and Three Men and a Little Lady (1990), typecast in the latter as a landed-gentry British cad. The actor's television work has included a stint as Jaclyn Smith's enigmatic French lover in the 1988 two-part TV movie Sidney Sheldon's Windmills of the Gods. In 1989, Christopher Cazenove starred as a snide travel-show host on the short-lived "screwball" TV sitcom A Fine Romance.