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Wrote the foreword for "Hammer Films: An Exhaustive Filmography" by Tom Johnson and Deborah Del Vecchio (McFarland, 1996).

Stage: Appeared in "Love from a Stranger" (1940) (as "Bruce Lovell") USA Summer Stock

Stage: Appeared in "Biography" (1941) USA Summer Stock

Stage: Appeared in "The Petrified Forest" (1941) USA Summer Stock

Stage: Appeared in "The Ghost Train" (1941) USA Summer Stock

Stage: Appeared in "Fumed Oak" (1941) USA Summer Stock

Stage: Appeared in "MacBeth" (1941) (as "Banquo") USA Summer Stock

Stage: Appeared in "The Seventh Trumpet" (1941) (as "a London Bobby") Broadway

Stage: Appeared in "Private Lives" (1942/3)(as "Elyot Chase") ENSA Tour of Great Britain

Stage: Appeared in "War and Peace" (1943)(as "Alexander I" and "Capt. Ramballe") London West End

Stage: Appeared in "The Dark Potential" (1944) 'Q' Theatre, Kew Bridge, Chiswick

Stage: Appeared in "The Crime of Margeret Foley" (1944) 'Q' Theatre, Kew Bridge, Chiswick

Stage: Appeared in Watch on the Rhine" (1944) 'Q' Theatre, Kew Bridge, Chiswick

Stage: Appeared in "Morning Star" (1944) 'Q' Theatre, Kew Bridge, Chiswick

Stage: Appeared in "Happy Few" (1944) (as "Pvt. Charles") London West End

Stage: Appeared in "The Fifth Column" (1944) London West End

Stage: Appeared in "While the Sun Shines" (1944/5) (as "Lt. Colbert") London West End

Stage: Appeared in "The Rivals" (1945) (as "Mr. Faulkland") London West End

Stage: Appeared in "The Curious Dr. Robson" (1946) 'Q' Theatre, Kew Bridge, Chiswick

Stage: Appeared in "They Came to a City" (1946) 'Q' Theatre, Kew Bridge, Chiswick

Stage: Appeared in "The Astonished Heart" (1946) 'Q' Theatre, Kew Bridge, Chiswick

Stage: Appeared in Fumed Oak" (1946) 'Q' Theatre, Kew Bridge, Chiswick

Stage: Appeared in "While the Sun Shines" (1946) (as "Lt. Colbert") 'Q' Theatre, Kew Bridge, Chiswick

Stage: Appeared in "Richard III" (1948) (as "George," "Duke of Clarence," and "Cardinal Bouchier") Old Vic Tour of Australasia

Stage: Appeared in "The School for Scandal" (1948)(as "Joseph Surface") Old Vic Tour of Australasia

Stage: Appeared in "The Skin of our Teeth" (1948) Old Vic Tour of Australasia

Stage: Appeared in "Richard III" (1949) (as "George," "Duke of Clarence," and "Cardinal Bouchier") Old Vic Season London West End

Stage: Appeared in "The School for Scandal" (1949)(as "Joseph Surface") Old Vic Season London West End

Stage: Appeared in "The Proposal" (1949) (as "Ivan Vassilyevitch Lomov") Old Vic Season London West End

Stage: Appeared in "Antigone" (1949) Old Vic Season London West End

Stage: Appeared in "The Gay Invalid" (1951) London West End

Stage: Appeared in "Caesar and Cleopatra" (1951) (as "Bel Affris" and "Britannus") 'Laurence Olivier''s Festival Season, London West End

Stage: Appeared in "Antony and Cleopatra" (1951) (as "Alexas/Diomedes") Laurence Olivier's Festival Season London West End

Stage: Appeared in "The Wedding Ring" (1952) Tour of Great Britain

Stage: Appeared in "The Soldier and the Lady" (1954) London West End

Stage: Appeared in "The Silver Whistle" (1956) (as "Oliver T. Erwenter") London West End

Stage: Appeared in "The Sound of Murder" (1959) (as "Charles Norbury") London West End

Stage: Appeared in "Thark" (1965) (as "Sir Hector Benbow") London West End

Stage: Appeared in "The Heiress" (1975) (as "Dr. Austin Sloper") Provinces

Wrote the foreword to "A History of Horrors: The Rise and Fall of the House of Hammer" (Scarecrow Press, 1996)

(1965) He acted in Ben Travers' play, "Thark," at the Garrick Theatre in London, England with Kathleen Harrison, Alec McCowen, and Ambrosine Phillpotts in the cast. Ray Cooney was director.

(1949) He acted in Jean Anouilh's play, "Antigone," and Anton Chekhov's play, "The Proposal," at the Old Vic at the New Theatre in London, England with Vivien Leigh, Laurence Olivier, George Relph, and George Cooper in the cast. Laurence Olivier was also director.

(1949) He acted in the Old Vic Theatre Season at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England and on the Australasian Tour with Laurence Olivier, Vivien Leigh, George Relph, and Terence Morgan in the cast. John Burrell, Laurence Olivier, and Ralph Richardson were directors.

(1945) He acted in Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The Rivals," at the Criterion Theatre in London, England with Edith Evans, Anthony Quayle, and Michael Gough in the cast. William Armstrong and Edith Evans were directors.

(1951) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Antony and Cleopatra," at the St. James Theatre in London, England with Laurence Olivier, Vivien Leigh, Robert Helpmann, Norman Wooland, Desmond Llewellyn, Maxine Audley, Wilfrid Hyde White, Jill Bennett, Richard Goolden, Niall MacGinnis, Esmond Knight, Edmund Pardom, Clifford Williams, Cy Grant, and Timothy Bateson in the cast.

(1951) He acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "Caesar and Cleopatra," at the St. James Theatre in London, England with Laurence Olivier, Vivien Leigh, Esmond Knight, Edmund Pardom, Clifford Williams, Cy Grant, Elspeth March, Maxine Audley, Jill Bennett, Henry Oscar, Richard Goolden, Niall MacGinnis, Wilfrid Hyde White, and Robert Helpmann in the cast. Michael Benthall was director.


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