Richard ToddRichard Todd, who re-enacted his wartime exploits in the 1962 film 'The Longest Day' and was Ian Fleming's choice to play James Bond, has died of cancer at age 90, his family said Friday. Todd, who was nominated for an Academy Award for the 1949 film 'A Hasty Heart' and starred as U.S. Senate chaplain Peter Marshall in 'A Man Called Peter' (1954), died Thursday at his home in Lincolnshire in central England, according to his agent, the Richard Stone Partnership. Watch Some Career Highlights:

'The Longest Day'

'The Dam Busters'