Appeared in Georg Büchner
's play, "Danton's Death," at the Lyric Opera House in Hammersmith, London, England, in a 59 Theatre Company production with 'Patrick Wymark' (q), James Maxwell, John Turner, 'Fulton MacKay', Harold Lang, Peter Sallis
, Lee Fox, Maxwell Shaw, Dilys Hamlett
, Avril Elgar
and June Bailey in the cast. Caspar
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Did You Know?
On the fact that he is mostly known as his The Prisoner
(1967) character, Number Six: "Mel [Gibson] will always be Mad Max, and me, I will always be a Number."
In 1977 he was considered to replace Peter Falk
as Columbo. However, McGoohan turned the part down because he was a close friend of Falk, and believed that only Falk should play Columbo. In addition he did not want to be the star of another TV series but only make guest appearances.
Gravelly smoke burnished voice