His Royal Shakespeare Company credits include:
Lewis in "King John" directed by Deborah Warner, Claudio in "Much Ado About Nothing", Henry VI in "The Plantagenets" (three parts of "Henry VI" plus "Richard III") (all 1988), Gant in "Playing with Trains", the Dauphin in "King John", Bert Jefferson in "The Man who Came to Dinner" (1989), Troilus in "Troilus and Cressida", ...
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[on filming Coriolanus in Belgrade, Serbia] You really do have fantastic actors here in Serbia as well as a long theatre tradition, which is probably why it's now even stronger than that of London and I'm really flattered to be filming here.
Of the roughly one dozen actors to play "Hamlet" on Broadway, he is the first to win a Tony Award for doing so, in the 1995 Almeida Theatre production directed by Jonathan Kent
Often plays mysterious characters with equally mysterious pasts