His credits at Oxford Playhouse include:
"Touchstone" in William Shakespeare
's "As You Like It" (1974) and "Bill Cracker" in the musical, "Happy End" (1974, also London).
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There was a time when people said, "You've got to speak like you don't, walk like you don't, be like you aren't." I said, "Ere, 'ang on, who am I? I'd be lost if I did that. I'd be disappearing. I'd be ectoplasm!".
He was friends with actor/gangster John Bindon
and gave a character reference at his Old Bailey murder trial. Bindon was acquitted.
Frequently played grouchy, short-tempered characters
The Cockney Cagney