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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That's something I think about constantly because it has to be for a purpose, it's not just self-indulgence. People often say, "Well, it's just the way I express myself." That's no good, that's narcissistic, juvenile. You work to express the piece because you believe the piece has value and that can be communicated to other people who will see something new of life because of it. You must believe...
His colder, grittier portrayal of James Bond is considered by many fans of the franchise to be the closest to the characterization of Bond from the original novels by Ian Fleming
, but was greeted with a mixed reaction from the general public following twelve years of Roger Moore's much more lighthearted portrayal.