Appeared in the musical "Once Upon a Time" - Duke of York's Theatre, London (1972).
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[on his character Dr. Frank-N-Furter] The thing about playing somebody like that is it wakes you up to all these possibilities. I mean the one thing I've been very concerned about is to not limit myself either, whether it's artistically, physically, sexually or mentally. He's been a great lesson to me, put it that way.
Not only was he Tim Burton
's second choice for the role of the Joker, he was the producers' first choice for the role on the animated series. However, after recording four episodes, his take on the Joker was deemed as too scary for children, and thus the part was given to Mark Hamill
Often plays classy, sophisticated characters with a rather ambitious side to their nature
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