His credits at London's Royal Court Theatre include: Jesse in "The Baby Elephant" and Sexton in "Man is Man" both by Bertolt Brecht
(1971), "England's Ireland" by Francis Fuchs
(1972), and "Give the Gaffers Time To Love You" a new play by Barry Reckford (1973).
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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.
Personally paid for his cousin, Keighley Twocker frontman Michael Loftus, to have cosmetic surgery.
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