- Novel: "The Night", 1993.
- Narrated "The History of Soccer: The Beautiful Game", a seven-part series about the history of football/soccer around the world.
- Music video: Appeared in "At the Bottom of Everything" for the band Bright Eyes alongside Evan Rachel Wood, 2005.
- (1964) Stage Play: Alfie! Written by Bill Naughton. Directed by Gilchrist Calder. Morosco Theatre: 17 Dec 1964- 2 Jan 1965 (21 performances + 2 previews that began on 16 Dec 1964). Cast: Terence Stamp (as "Alfie"), Marcia Ashton (as "Lily Clamacraft"), Margaret Courtenay (as Ruby"), Jeremy Geidt (as "Humphrey"), Mary Hanefey (as "Annie"), George S. Irving (as "Mr. Smith"), Juliet Mills (as "Gilda"), Jerry Verno (as "Joe"), Carol Booth (as "Carla"), Donald Ewer (as "Harry Clamacraft"), Peter Fenton (as "Perc"), Vanya Franck (as "Woman Doctor"), James Luisi (as "Lofty") [Broadway debut], Joanna Morris (as "Siddie"), Sasha von Scherler (as "Flo"). Standby: Hugh Alexander (as "Alfie"). Understudies: Carol Booth (as "Siddie"), Peter Fenwick (as "Humphrey/Lofty") and Joanna Morris (as "Gilda"). Produced by Frederick Brisson. Produced by arrangement with Peter Saunders Ltd. and Mermaid Theatre Trust. Note: Filmed as Alfie (1966), Alfie Darling (1975), Alfie (2004).
- (1978) He acted in the Hamilton Deane and John L. Balderston's stage adaptation of Bram Stoker's "Dracula" at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London, England with Derek Godfrey, Nickolas Grace and Rupert Frazer in the cast Dennis Rosa was director.
- (1960) He acted in Walter De La Mare's play, "This Year, Next Year," at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Pamela Brown, Brenda Bruce, Michael Gough, Anne Lawson, and David Langton in the cast. John Dexter was director.
- (1979) He acted in Henrik Ibsen's play, "The Lady from the Sea," in a Royal Exchange production at the New Round House Theatre in London, England with Vanessa Redgrave (played Ellida) and Graham Crowden in the cast.
- (2012) Music Video "Night & Day" for the group Hot Chip - Actor
- (2015) Music video "'Til The Dust Is Gone" for the band Art of Anarchy - Actor.