His credits with the Cambridge Theatre Company include:
the player in "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead" by Tom Stoppard
(1971), and Christopher in "West of Suez" by John Osborne
(1971, also Royal Court).
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Nigel Hawthorne CBE | Nigel Hawthorn | Sir Nigel Hawthorne
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, co-star from Yes Minister
(1980), said of him, "Together, with Paul Eddington
, the three of us were together for seven, eight years. We were really good mates. We had many happy hours doing those shows ... they were very special times".
Has received numerous awards including: Clarence Derwent
and SWET Awards for "Privates on Parade" - and the 'Broadcasting Press Guild' Award, plus two BAFTA Awards (1981) and (1982), for his role as "Sir Humphrey Appleby" in Yes Minister