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Other Works

  • Recorded the following books on tape: "Cry to Heaven" and Taltos by Anne Rice; "Jewels" by Danielle Steel; "The Old Contemptibles", "The Man with a Load of Mischief", "The Old Silent", "The Anodyne Necklace", "The Dirty Duck", "The Old Fox Deceiv'd", "The Horse You Came In On", and "Rainbow's End" by Martha Grimes; "Home Alone 2" by Todd Strasser; "The Jolly Postman" (with Andrea Martin) by Janet and Allen Ahlberg; "Night Over Water" and "A Dangerous Fortune" by Ken Follett; and the short stories "Crouch End" and "The Doctor's Case" from Stephen King's "Nightmares & Dreamscapes, Volumes 1 and 2".
  • Provides voices for the CD-Rom games "Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers" (Gabriel Knight), "Wing Commander III" (Melek), "Frankenstein: Through the Eyes of the Monster" (Doctor Frankenstein), "Toonstruck, " and "Muppet Treasure Island" (Long John Silver).
  • Baby Love/Just 14; Ode Records; 1976; ODE-66117-5 (single from unreleased album)
  • Read My Lips; A&M Records; 1978; A&M SP4717 (record)/CS3186 (cassette)
  • Fearless; A&M Records; 1979; A&M SP4773 (record)/CS4773
  • Simpliticy; A&M Records; 1981; A&M SP4830 (record)/CS4830
  • The Best of Tim Curry; A&M Records; 1989; A&M CS5269 (cassette)/ LD5269 (CD)
  • "Kinda Shy" Lewis Furey (Lewis Furey); A&M Records; 1975; A&M SP4522 (backing vocals)
  • "Pure Sin" Spy (Carly Simon); Electra/Asylum Records; 1979; 5E-506 (backing vocals)
  • "Vengeance" Spy (Carly Simon); Electra/Asylum Records; 1979.
  • "The Trial" The Wall: Live in Berlin (Roger Waters); Mercury; 1990; 846611-2
  • "Easy Street" Annie: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack; CBS, Inc. 1982; JS 38000 (record)/JST 38000 (cassette)/CK 38000 (CD)
  • Annie: Original Children's Soundtrack and Story; CBS, Inc.; 1982; CK 38168
  • "Toxic Love" FernGully...The Last Rainforest: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack; MCA Records; 1992; MCJD-10567 (CD)/MCAC-10567
  • My Favorite Year: Original Cast Recording; RCA Victor; 1993; 09026-61617-2
  • "I Got Me a Red/There Ought to be a Law" Little Tramp; Warner Music UK Ltd.; 1992; 4509-91387-2 (studio recording)
  • "Don't Make Me Laugh" The Pebble and the Penguin: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc./Invicom Limited; 1995; Rhino R2-71996
  • Played Frank N Furter in "The Rocky Horror Show" - Royal Court Theatre/ Classic Cinema/ King's Road Theatre, London (1973)/ Roxy Theatre, LA/ Belasco Theater, NYC (1974).
  • Rocky Horror Picture Show: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack; 1975
  • Songs from the Vaults: a collection of Rocky Horror rarities; Ode Records; 1990; R2-71011-B
  • "Rock Follies of 77: The Band Who Wouldn't Die", as Stevie Streeter (1977)
  • "51 Golden Globe Awards", as co-host (1994)
  • "The 67 Oscar Awards", opening song performer (1995)
  • "The 16 CableACE Awards", presenter (1995)
  • "The 11 Screen Actors Guild Awards", presenter (1995)
  • Provides voice for CD Rom game Gabriel Knight 3, Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned. He reprised his role as Gabriel Knight.
  • TV commercial for American Express (2001)
  • Is the narrator of many of the "Series of Unfortunate Events" books written by Lemony Snicket.
  • Starred on Broadway as Alan Swan in the musical "My Favorite Year" (1992-93). Tony Award nomination - Best Actor in a Musical.
  • Played Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in the US premiere of "Amadeus" by Peter Schaffer - NYC (1980). For his performance he received a Tony Award nomination as Best Actor in a Play, but lost to co-star Ian McKellen.
  • Played King Arthur in the musical "Monty Python's Spamalot" - Schubert Theatre, Chicago (2004) / Shubert Theatre, NYC (2005)/ Palace Theatre, London (2006).
  • Played Scrooge in "A Christmas Carol: The Musical" - NYC (2001).
  • Has narrated audio books for "Peter Pan" by J.M. Barrie and "Peter Pan in Scarlet" by Geraldine McCaughrean.
  • Starred in a 1988 US national tour of the musical "Me and My Girl," playing at the Pantages in Hollywood, and also Denver, Dallas, St. Louis, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Pittsburg and Washington DC.
  • Appeared in "The Maids" by Jean Genet - Citizens Theatre, Glasgow (1970).
  • Played "Andy" in "Love Letters" by A.R. Gurney - LA (1991).
  • Played William Hogarth in "The Art of Success" by Nick Dear - Manhattan Theatre Club, NYC (1989).
  • His National Theatre credits include: Bob in Sheriden's "The Rivals" (1983), Tattle in Congreve's "Love for Love" (1985), Theodore in "Dalliance" (a version on Georg Büchner's "Liebelei" by Tom Stoppard) and Macheath in "The Threepenny Opera" (1986).
  • Played the Pirate King in the musical "The Pirates of Penzance" - Drury Lane Theatre, London (1982).
  • Appeared in the musical "Once Upon a Time" - Duke of York's Theatre, London (1972).
  • 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).
  • Played "Bassianus" in William Shakespeare's "Titus Andronicus" - Roundhouse Theatre, London (1971).
  • His Royal Shakespeare Company credits include: "After Haggerty", a new play by David Mercer (1970), and Tristan Tzara in "Travesties", a new play by Tom Stoppard (1974).
  • Played Peter in "Lie Down I Think I Love You" - Strand Theatre, London (1970).
  • Played Woof in the musical "Hair" - Shaftesbury Theatre, London (1968).
  • (1975) He acted in Tom Stoppard's play, "Travesties", at the Albery Theatre in London, England with John Wood in the cast.
  • Spamalot Original Cast Recording
  • (1971) He acted in Bertolt Brecht's play, "Man is Man", at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England with Henry Woolf, Bob Hoskins, Susan Williamson, Barrie Rutter, Oliver Cotton, Roddy Maude-Roxby, Trevor Peacock, Georgia Brown, Mark McManus and Anthony Milner in the cast. William Gaskill was the director.
  • (July 1982) He acted in W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan's musical, "The Pirates of Penzance", at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London, England with Michael Praed, Pamela Stephenson, George Cole, Annie Ross, Bonnie Langford, Chris Langham, Sylvester McCoy and Tim Bentinck in the cast. Wilford Leach was the director.
  • (1985) He acted in William Congreve's play, "Love for Love", in a British National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Stephen Moore, Amanda Redman, Sara Kestelman and Michael Bryant in the cast. Peter Wood was the director.
  • (1986) He acted in Arthur Schnitzler and Tom Stoppard's play, "Dalliance", in a British National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Stephen Moore, Sally Dexter, Brenda Blethyn, Sara Kestelman, Michael Bryant and Neil Daglish in the cast. Peter Wood was the director.
  • (1986) He acted in Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's play, "The ThreePenny Opera", in a British National Theatre production at the Olivier Theatre in London, England with Tim Curry, Basil Henson, Stephen Moore, Sara Kestelman, Neil Daglish, Sally Dexter, Michael Bryant and Edna Doré in the cast. Peter Wood was the director.
  • (January-February 1986, June 1986, October-December 1986) He acted in the British National Theatre Repertoire Season at the Cottesloe Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Olivier Theatre in London, England in Peter Shaffer's play, "Yonadab;" Tom Stoppard's plays, "The Real Inspector Hound," and "Dalliance;" Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The Critic;" Alan Ayckbourn's plays, "A Chorus of Disapproval," and "Tons of Money;" Howard Brenton's play, "Pravda;" Neil Simon's play, "Brighton Beach Memoirs;" William Congreve's play, "Love for Love;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "Mrs Warren's Profession;" John Webster's play, "The Duchess of Malfi,;" Charlotte Chandler's play, "Not About Heroes;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Hamlet," and "King Lear;" Athol Fugard's play, "The Road to Mecca;" Anton Chekhov's play, "The Cherry Orchard;" Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's play, "The Threepenny Opera;" Sarah Daniels's play, "Neaptide;" play, "Futurists;" David Wood's play, "The Pied Piper;" Richard Peaslee's play, "Animal Farm;" Franz Werfel's play, "Jacobowsky and The Colonel;" Arthur Wing Pinero's play, "The Magistrate;" David Hare's play, "The Bay At Nice;" Arthur Miller's play, "The American Clock;" Stephen Poliakoff's play, "Coming In To Land;" and Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz's play, "The Mother;" with Robin Bailey, Desmond Barrit, Alan Bates, Suzanne Bertish, Brenda Blethyn, Eleanor Bron, Michael Bryant, Yvonne Bryceland, Selina Cadell, Simon Cadell, David Calder, Charlotte Cornwell, Gemma Craven, Daniel Day Lewis, Frances De La Tour, Sally Dexter, Russell Dixon, Simon Dutton, Julian Fellowes, Alison Fiske, Michael Gambon, Robert Glenister, Sheila Hancock, Nigel Hawthorne, Anthony Head, Greg Hicks, Clare Higgins, Anthony Hopkins, Kelly Hunter, Geoffrey Hutchings, Jonathan Hyde, Barry Ingham, Sara Kestelman, Roy Kinnear, Leigh Lawson, Nicholas Le Prevost, Nigel Le Vaillant, Hugh Lloyd, Stephen Mackintosh, Anna Massey, Tim McInnery, Ian McKellen, Claire Moore, Stephen Moore, Wendy Morgan, Bill Nighy, Bob Peck, Edward Petherbridge, Joan Plowright, Amanda Redman, Moira Redmond, Jack Shepherd, Michael Simkins, Maggie Smith, Imelda Staunton, Patrick Stewart, Ken Stott, Zoe Wanamaker, Marcia Warren, Jane Wenham, and Irene Worth in the cast.
  • (2006) He acted in John Du Prez and Eric Idle's musical, "Spamalot," at the Palace Theatre in London, England with Christopher Sieber, David Birrell, Tom Goodman-Hill, Robert Hands, Darren Southworth, Tony Timberlake, and Hannah Waddingham in the cast. Mike Nicholas was director.

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