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The poem has many references to the roles the British actor Greg Ellis played
throughout his career, both in cinema and theatre as well as video games and his
works as a film director. Try to identify all of them.
Please bear in mind English is not my first language. Pardon me for any horrid
mistakes you may come across. That being said, enjoy this humble little poem!

If you think he’s some sort of naive Amador
Man, have I got some news for you
Check out the many incarnations of this awesome actor
You’ll be mind blown once you finish this tour
He’s been a damn good sailor and a member of the British navy
Who’s had more than one truck with Caribbean pirates
To say he’s dead or alive would be deemed as hasty
For although dead men tell no tales, who wants to be biased?
He’s also been a commander of the British air force
Whose ace pilots would help you win in a videogame
If perchance you were crushed as his opponent in war
By the end of the day, you’ll remember his name
He’s been on stage, the main star of the show
For him, the crowd more than once took off their hats
There isn’t a single fan of theater who doesn’t know
His booming, melodious voice is one you won’t forget
He’s been a ruthless psychopath, impeccably dressed
Whose cruelty made you feel no less than unnerved
In the end, he paid for his crimes without being arrested
For another psychopath made sure he got what he deserved
He’s been a billionaire, white collar criminal
Who had the bad luck of being exposed for his theft
The grim fate his killer made sure to be dismal
Forced him to a drastic ending none could expect
And if all of that is not convincing enough
Follow through the poem, there’s more for you to know
He’s commanded the troops of a mighty Inquisition
He’s made love to the herald of a dawning age
None can stand against him in the wars of friction
When the lion roars, watch his enemies run away
And now, you get to see him also behind the camera
Lending a cinematic touch to dreams and ambitions

With a clever storytelling filled with glamour
The stories of people’s lives acquire proper recognition
He’s a crack director, a talented writer
A Pac man expert, a Rubik’s cube professor
Find me a guy who’s supposed to be any brighter
And watch him have his rival for breakfast
So hurry on, get a Twitter account and follow his profile
After all you have just read, what are you waiting for?
Be ready to have some fun with his quick wit and humour
And befriend a celebrity that’s beloved and adored!

This poem was composed by The Archivist to the actor, director and writer Greg
Ellis as a birthday gift.
Written between February 25 and 27, 2015.
All rights reserved.

Respective roles:
Michael Amador (24 - mentioned in first strophe)
Theodore Groves (Pirates of the Caribbean)
Cmdr Giles Price (Command & Conquer 3)
Rusty (The Starlight Express)
Jonathan Farrow (Dexter)
Sheldon Hoffman (The Confession)
Cmdr Cullen S. Rutherford (Dragon Age: Inquisition)
Director of Monkey Toes

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