Today: Brock Peters (1927-2005) of pancreatic cancer. Started in 1954 in "Carmen Jones" and also had a role in "Porgy and Bess" (1959). But best remembered as the accused in "To Kill a Mockingbird" (1962), which is unfortunately a symbol rather than a part. A good actor with too few opportunities, Peters had a great basso-profundo voice (in fact, he was Darth Vader in the radio adaptations of "Star Wars"). He appeared in several other decent movies: "Major Dundee", "The L-Shaped Room", "The Pawnbroker", and two Star Trek Movies, but the Voice was his bread and butter.