He acted in the Prospect Theatre Company tour of William Shakespeare's play, "Henry IV Part I" with Timothy Dalton, Paul Hardwick, Edgar Wreford, Tim Hardy, Sylvia Coleridge, Peter Penry-Jones, Russell Dixon, Ken Bones, and John Warner in the cast. Kenny McBain was director.
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I think most people thought it was a pity I wasn't allowed to grapple so much with the ladies. And he wasn't allowed to smoke; I think I managed to get a few puffs in, which they then cut out.
Initially agreed to play James Bond for a third time in GoldenEye
(1995), but after a lengthy series of lawsuits between the studio and producers concerning the ownership of the character James Bond, and further script delays, he resigned from the role, believing that too much time had passed since Licence to Kill