Bristol Old Vic Theatre:
"Townsperson/Soldier" in George Farquhar
's "The Recruiting Officer" (1979), "Deiphobus" in William Shakespeare
's "Troilus and Cressida" (1979), "Stanley" in "Funny Peculiar" by Mike Stott
(1979), "The Amazing Fez" in "Old King Cole" by Ken Campbell (1979), "Iron" in "Class Enemy" by Nigel Williams
(1980), "Leicester" in
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Daniel Day Lewis
6' 2" (1.88 m)
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I am rather surprised that I haven't made more stories about my own country but it is a mistake to suggest that the biggest influence on my life in terms of movies has been America. It was and remains Ken Loach and his whole body of work, not that I have ever worked with him. There is something unique and pure about the way he works, without a taint on it. His beliefs have remained unwavering ...
Late in the run of the 1989 production of Hamlet at the National Theatre in London, he reported that he had a strange sensation that he was talking to his father, who died of pancreatic cancer when Daniel was 15. Unnerved, he walked off the stage and never returned. He still doesn't like to talk about it.
His skill with accents