(performer: "I Wonder What The King Is Doing Tonight" - uncredited, "Camelot" - uncredited, "How to Handle A Woman" - uncredited, "What Do The Simple Folk Do?" - uncredited, "Finale: Camelot" - uncredited / "Camelot" - uncredited)
Stage: Appeared (as "The King") in Luigi Pirandello
's "Enrico Quarto" in London's West End, 1989.
2 Print Biographies
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6' 1" (1.85 m)
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co-star Charlton Heston
'] Heston's the only man who could drop out of a cubic moon, he's so square. The trouble with him is he doesn't think he's a hired actor, like the rest of us. He thinks he's the entire production. He used to sit there in the mornings and clock us with a stopwatch.
Well known for being a "method actor", Harris was once told that he would play the role of a filthy character, and so he went for a long time without bathing to fit in to the character better, much to the chagrin of his co-stars, who claimed that they could smell him coming a long way away.
A rebel in real life, a part he often portrayed on screen