(performer: "Let's Go To The Movies" - uncredited, "Sign" - uncredited, "Tomorrow White House Version" - uncredited, "Maybe Same Effect On Everyone" - uncredited, "Finale Medley: I Don't Need Anything But You/We Got Annie/Tomorrow" - uncredited)
(performer: "I Hate People", "You...You", "I Like Life", "Happiness" reprise, "Thank You Very Much", "I'll Begin Again", "I Like Life" reprise, "Father Christmas / Thank You Very Much" reprise, "A Christmas Carol" reprise)
Acted in a Broadway
stage production of the play "Luther" which ran from September, 1963 to March, 1964.
1 Print Biography
3 Magazine Cover Photos
5' 9" (1.75 m)
Did You Know?
After I played a homosexual character in
A Man of No Importance
, 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?
Although he was born working class (and indeed, along with Tom Courtenay
, was one of the leading avatars of the wave of working class/provincial actors that revolutionized British theater and film in the 1950s and 1960s, his was a relatively privileged upbringing as his father was a successful bookie.
Rich smooth voice