He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Henry IV Part II," in the Stratford Theatre Festival at the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Anthony Quayle, Harry Andrews, and Barbara Jefford in the cast. John Kidd and Anthony Quayle were directors.
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Did You Know?
I played a sex-drenched doctor in The Bramble Bush
(1960). It was the worst picture I ever made, if you don't count Ice Palace
(1960). That one was based upon a very weak novel by Edna Ferber
. Both pictures for Warner Brothers. Jack L. Warner
told the press I had no sex appeal. Then Elizabeth came along. All changed after that. Suddenly, Eddie Fisher
didn't have sex appeal. And I did. It's a ...
He would often tell interviewers that he had played Hamlet on the London stage when he was 23. He was in fact nearly 28 at the time.
Frequently played self-loathing characters, particularly in his later career.