Appeared (as "Aksenti Ivanovitch") in "Diary of a Madman" by Nikolai Gogol
. At the Royal Theatre Court, London 1963.
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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 ...
After giving up drinking alcohol for a time in the 1970s, Harris put a bottle of vodka in every room in his house in London. The temptation was huge but he didn't touch a drop.
In his later years he often played characters that speak in raspy whispers