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] I needed an important and big capital city and I didn't want it to be Rome, but any contemporary city. Given this is a modern interpretation of Shakespeare, Rome just wasn't the suitable location because Rome of today is reminiscent of a mighty state like the USA or Russia, and I wanted it to be something different. I've come to realize here in Belgrade...
Belgrade (Serbia), sightseeing locations for filming "Coriolanus", Shakespeare play set in modern time.
Often plays menacing, sadistic villains