He acted in the Thom Ross' play, "The Importance of Being Oscar," at the Savoy Theatre in London, England. Patrick Garland was director.
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Simon Callow CBE | Owen Windhoek
5' 7" (1.7 m)
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I love storytelling and I love just relating directly to an audience. That's why we do theatre, it's because we love contact with the audience. We love the fact that the audience will change us. The way the audience responds makes us change our performance.
Played the role of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
in the stage version of "Amadeus" before appearing in the film version, in which he played "Emmanuel Schikaneder", who appeared in the first performance of Mozart's "The Magic Flute" and wrote the opera's libretto.
Often plays Charles Dickens or Dickensian characters