Played "Guy Bennett" - romantic public school boy turned notorious Russian spy - in Julian Mitchell's award-winning play "Another Country" at the Greenwich Theatre, London, in 1981 and the Queen's Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, in 1982.
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6' 4" (1.93 m)
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I feel really sad that Europe is slipping through our fingers. It's another thing I feel really pissed off with the English about. We've been so back-seaty and passive-aggressive all the way through Europe. Now everyone's saying, "It's obviously not going to work." But if we'd taken part from the beginning we could have been so much more proactively involved in structuring the European Union. I ...
Bought a home in Los Angeles, California for his dog's sake. His Black Lab, Moise, was suffering from painful arthritis, so the actor relocated to the city in order for his beloved pet to heal. Everett even turned down a role on the London stage, because it meant having to have his dog quarantined for six months.
Towering height and slender frame