He acted in the Prospect Theatre Company tour of William Shakespeare's play, "Henry IV Part II" 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 don't think I've drunk one since I've left the Bond movies. Every bar you go in, there's always some wisecrack, 'Oh, yours will be a Martini, shaken, not stirred!' You get sick and tired of that." - talking about all of the vodka martinis he would get whenever he walked into a bar, while he was playing Bond.
In 1986, he and Sylvester McCoy
were performing together with Vanessa Redgrave
in a season of Shakespeare at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket. Dalton and McCoy sympathized with each other about the difficulty in finding good long-term acting jobs. A year later, McCoy was cast as the Seventh Doctor in Doctor Who
(1963) and Dalton was cast as James Bond in The Living Daylights
Intense acting style