His credits at London's Royal Court Theatre include: "The Baby Elephant" and Uriah Shelley in "Man Is Man" both by Bertolt Brecht
, and a soldier in "Lear" a new play by Edward Bond
(1971), Bernie the Volt in "Veterans" by Charles Wood
(1972) and "Geography of a Horse Dreamer" a new play by Sam Shepard
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I realized one day that men are emotional cripples. We can't express ourselves emotionally, we can only do it with anger and humor. Emotional stability and expression comes from women. When they have babies they say "hello, you're welcome" and they mean it. It is an emotional honesty.
His acting career began in 1969 at the Unity Theatre. One evening, he was waiting in the Unity Theatre bar for his friend, the actor Roger Frost, to finish an audition. Whilst drinking at the bar, he was given a script and told "You're next.".
Frequently played grouchy, short-tempered characters
The Cockney Cagney