Actor accepts role of Unicef ambassador

Swiss actor Anatole Taubman has agreed to represent the Swiss branch of the United Nations children's organisation, Unicef.

This content was published on April 14, 2010 - 13:36

Taubman, 39, is to serve as a spokesman for vulnerable children around the world.

“Every child has the right to grow up healthy and safe,” said Taubman in a Unicef statement issued on Wednesday.

Some of Taubman’s screen roles have been decidedly less benevolent. Taubman played a bad guy in Quantum of Solace, the most recent James Bond film.

The actor’s first Unicef task will be a visit to Rwanda on April 18-23. His mission is to call attention to the plight of orphans there. and agencies

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