Revised William Shakespeare
's Julius Caesar at the University of Scranton in 1988 (Playwright / Director / Actor). He titled his rewrite "Julius Caeser: A Work in Progress" and used primarily actors attending school at the University of Scanton (Harris played Caesar). He also used composer Terry James
to score the play.
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[on playing Professor Dumbledore] I'll keep doing it as long as I enjoy it, my health holds out and they still want me. But the chances of all three of those factors remaining constant are pretty slim.
In an interview on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
(1962), Harris told a story about when he was a young actor playing Seyton in a theatrical production of "Macbeth." The lead actor was a real jerk to him, making constant demeaning references to Harris's Irish heritage. On opening night, Harris couldn't take it anymore. In Act V, Macbeth turns to him and says, "Wherefore was that cry?" ...
In his later years he often played characters that speak in raspy whispers