He performed in Peter Cook, Jonathan Miller, and Alan Bennett's revue, "Beyond the Fringe," at the Fortune Theatre in London, England with Alan Bennett, Peter Cook, and Jonathan Miller in the cast.
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The Dudley Moore Trio
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[on John Gielgud
] He was always coming out with these sweet, corny theatrical anecdotes, and he's got a sort of mucky sense of humor. I mean everybody thinks he reads Chaucer all day, and, in fact, he loves reading Harold Robbins
Was the first choice to play "Henry Fine" in The Mirror Has Two Faces
(1996), only to be replaced by George Segal
(who was, ironically, replaced by Moore in the role of "George Webber" in 10
(1979)). In an interview following his announcement that he had supranuclear palsy, he revealed that he was dismissed from the role because he had trouble remembering his lines.