He acted in Julien Green's play, "South," at the Arts Theatre Club in London, England with Errol John, Zena Walker, John Harrison, Andre Morell, Melvyn Hayes, Horace Sequeira, and Lyndon Brook in the cast. Peter Hall was director.
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[on A Murder of Quality
(1991)] I thought Guinness [Alec Guinness
] was brilliant as Smiley. But I thought he was very, very dry. I decided to play him far more eccentric and with as much comedy as I could.
He attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (RADA) in London but was asked to leave after a single term, as they felt he was not talented enough to be successful and that his being there was a waste of time and money.