Appeared (as "Malheureux") in "The Dutch Courtesan" by John Marston. At the Theatre Royal, Stratford East, London 1959.
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I came to England first in 1954 looking for a bedsit, a room to sleep in while going to my academy. And outside the Earl's Court tube station there was a little tobacco-list and paper shop and they had a board. A glass-filled in board with rooms for rent. And I saw one for thirteen shillings a week and it said, "No Irishmen or black need apply" and I took my jersey and I put it down over my hand ...
He enjoyed a friendly rivalry with English actor Oliver Reed
during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Reed would often refer to himself as "Mr. England." When Harris would hear him saying that, he would then refer to himself as "Mr. Ireland.".
A rebel in real life, a part he often portrayed on screen