He acted in Ray Cooney's play, "Run for Your Wife," at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London, England with Bernard Cribbins, Royce Mills, Bill Pertwee, Helen Gill, and Carol Hawkins in the cast. Ray Cooney was also director.
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I'm not a great fan of Tom Good as a character. He was selfish, he was always on the touch with Margo and Jerry, always eating their food, drinking their drink. It was just him - "My BIG idea". Most of the parts I've played aren't that likable, which is very odd, because I've made a living by being likable.
He was nominated for Broadway's 1998 Tony Award as best actor in a play for his performance of Eugène Ionesco
's in "The Chairs.".