He acted in John Arden's play, "Serjeant Musgrave's Dance," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Alun Armstrong, Max Wall, Graham Crowden, Eileen Atkins, Willoughby Goddard, Stephen McGann, and Derek Thompson in the cast. He was also director.
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Did You Know?
After I played a homosexual character in A Man of No Importance
(1994), an American journalist asked if I'd have a rainbow flag on my car's bumper. I said I don't 'do' bumper stickers, but if I did, I'd be pleased to use that one. After all, everyone's included in the rainbow, aren't they?
Rather than attend the Oscar ceremony in 1964, he went on vacation sailing in the South Seas. When informed that he had been beaten as Best Actor by Sidney Poitier
, he offered Poitier his heartfelt congratulations. Though nominated another four times in the 1970s, 1980s and 21st Century, he has yet to appear in person at an Oscar ceremony.
Rich smooth voice