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His Royal Shakespeare Company credits include: the title role in "King Lear" (2007), Sorin in Chekhov's "The Seagull" (2007), Iago in "Othello" (1989, also filmed for TV as "Theatre Night: Othello (#5.1)" (1990)), Andrei in Chekhov's "Three Sisters", "Is There still Honey For Tea", Sir Toby Belch in "Twelfth Night", Kentridge in "A Miserable and Lonely Death" (all 1978), Langevin in "The Days of the Commune" by Bertolt Brecht, Karsten in Ibsen's "Pillars of the Community", Alexander in "Every Good Boy Deserves Favour" by Tom Stoppard (also 1982), Face in Jonson' "The Alchemist" (all 1977), the title role in "Macbeth", Leontes in "The Winter's Tale", Romeo in "Romeo and Juliet" (all 1976), Aubrey in Shaw's "Too Good To Be True", Philip the Bastard in "King John"M (both 1975), the title roles in Wedekind's "The Marquis of Keith" and Marlowe's "Dr Faustus" (both 1974), Capt. de Foenix in Pinero's "Trelawny of the Wells", an evangelist in Arden's "Armstrong's Last Goodnight" and Claudio in "Much Ado About Nothing" (1965).

His National Theatre credits include: Dr. Stockman in Ibsen's "An Enemy Of The People" (1997, also LA), Mr Darling/ Captain Hook in "Peter Pan" by 'JM Barrie' (1997), the title role in Chekhov's "Uncle Vanya" (1992), Genaro in "Napoli Millionara" by Eduardo De Filippo (1991), the title role in "Richard III" (1990, also world tour), Kent in "King Lear" (1990), Pierre in Otway's "Venice Preserv'd", Michael in "Wild Honey" (also Broadway), The title role in "Coriolanus" (all 1984), Bosola in Webster's "The Duchess of Malfi" (1985, also Chicago), the title role in "The Real Inspector Hound" by Tom Stoppard, Mr Puff in Sheriden's "The Critic" (both also also Chicago + Paris), Lopakhin in Chekhov's "The Cherry Orchard" (also Chicago) (all 1985),

Played Salieri in "Amadeus" by Peter Schaffer - Broadhurst Theatre, NYC (1980). He won a Tony for this role. Tim Curry played Amadeus and 'Jane Seymour (I)' played Costanze.

Played Anthony Marston in "Ten Little Niggers" by Agatha Christie - London (1953).

Played Edgar in Strindberg's "Dance Of Death" - Broadhurst Theatre, NYC (2001)/ Lyric Shaftesbury Avenue (2003)/ Sydney Festival (2004).

Appeared in the music video for the Pet Shop Boys' single "Heart" (1988) as "the Vampire".

Played Widow Twanky in the pantomime "Aladdin" - Old Vic Theatre, London (2004-5, 2005-6).

Played Paul in "The Cut", a new play by Mark Ravenhill - UK tour (March 2006).

(2007-2008) Plays 'King Lear' in "King Lear" by William Shakespeare, first on a worldwide tour, then in residence at the New London Theatre. He performed alongside Frances Barber, William Gaunt, Sylvester McCoy, Jonathan Hyde, Monica Dolan and Romola Garai. The last performance was Saturday, 12th January, 2008. He played his role in repertoire with "The Seagull."

(2007-2008) Plays 'Sorin' in "The Seagull" by Anton Chekov, first on a worldwide tour, then in residence at the New London Theatre. He performed alongside Frances Barber, Jonathan Hyde, Monica Dolan and Romola Garai. The last performance of "The Seagull" was Saturday, 12th January, 2008. He played alternatively with William Gaunt (who usually performed matinées), as he was also playing the title role in "King Lear" in repertoire.

His credits at Leeds' West Yorkshire Playhouse include: "Gary" in "Present Laughter" by Noel Coward, "Dr Dorn" in Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull" (both 1998), "Prospero" in William Shakespeare's "The Tempest" (1999).

Appeared in "Chip In The Sugar" by Alan Bennett - Theatre Royal Haymarket, London (1990).

Played Jerome in "Henceforward" by Alan Ayckbourn - Vaudeville Theatre, London (1988).

His credits at London's Royal Court Theatre include: Max in "Bent", a new play by Martin Sherman (1979 and NT and West End), Darkly in "Billy's Last Stand" by Barry Hines (1970), "Their Very Own and Golden City" by Arnold Wesker (1966).

His credits at London'd Hampstead Theatre include: Terry in "Short List" by Michael Rudman (1983) and Alvin in "A Lily in Little India" by Donald Howarth (1965).

Played Boy in "Cowardice" by Sean Mathias - UK tour (1983).

Played Colin in "Ashes" by David Rudkin - Young Vic Theatre, London/ Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton (1975).

His credits with Cambridge Theatre Company include: Corporal Hill in "Chips With Everything by Arnold Wesker and Captain Plume in Farquar's "The Recruiting Officer" (both 1970).

Directed a production of "The Clandestine Marriage" by George Coleman & David Garrick - Savoy Theatre, London/ Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh (1975).

His credits with the Actor's Company include: Edgar in Shakespeare's "King Lear" (1974), Edward in "Knots" by Edward Peterbridge, Kruschov in Chekhov's "The Wood Demon", a footman in Congreve's "The Way of the World" (both 1973), Yoremitsu in "The Three Arrows" by Iris Murdoch, Giovanni in Ford's "'Tis Pity She's A Whore" and a page in Feydeau's "Ruling the Roost" (1972).

Directed "A Private Matter", a new play by Ronald Mavor - Theatre Royal, Brighton / Vaudeville Theatre, London (1973).

Directed "The Erpingham Camp" by Joe Orton - Palace Theatre, Watford (1972).

Directed "The Real Inspector Hound" by Tom Stoppard - Phoenix Theatre, Leicester (1972).

Played "Svetlovidov" in Anton Chekhov's "The Swan Song" - Crucible Theatre, Sheffield (1971).

His credits with Prospect Theatre Company include: the title role in William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" (1971, UK + European tour), the title role in Christopher Marlowe's "Edward II" (1969, UK + European tour), the title role in William Shakespeare's "Richard II" (1968, UK + European tour).

(1973) He directed Ronald Mavor's play, "A Private Matter", at the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland with Dorothy Reynolds, Derek Fowlds, Peter Cellier and Alastair Sim in the cast.

Audiobook: Played "Prospero" in William Shakespeare's "The Tempest". Two CDs, 2004.

(1970) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Richard II," at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Timothy West, David Calder, Robert Eddison, Charmian Eyre, Diane Fletcher, Lucy Fleming, Stephen Greif, Paul Hardwick, Nigel Havers, Michael Howarth, James Laurenson, Trevor Martin, Richard Morant, Jeremy Nicholas, and Terence Wilton in the cast.

(1975) He directed George Colman and David Garrick's play, "The Clandestine Marriage," at the Savoy Theatre in London, England with Alastair Sim, Ron Moody, and Dandy Nichols in the cast.

(1974) He acted in Christopher Marlowe's play, "Doctor Faustus," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Emrys James in the cast. John Barton was director.

(1975) He acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "Too True To Be Good," in a the Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Judi Dench and John McEnery in the cast. Clifford Williams was director.

(1976) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Winter's Tale," in the Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Roger Rees, John Woodvine, Marilyn Taylerson, and Michael Williams in the cast. John Barton and Trevor Nunn were directors.

(1976) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Romeo and Juliet," in the Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Francesca Annis, Roger Rees, John Woodvine, and Michael Pennington in the cast. Trevor Nunn was director.

(1977) He acted in Ben Jonson's play, "The Alchemist", in the Royal Shakespeare Company production at The Other Place Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with John Woodvine, Roger Rees and Susan Dury in the cast. Trevor Nunn was the director.

(1977) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Macbeth," in the Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Judi Dench, Roger Rees, and Ian McDiarmid in the cast. Trevor Nunn was director.

(1977) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Romeo and Juliet," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Francesca Annis, Roger Rees, Greg Hicks, John Woodvine, Michael Pennington, and David Waller in the cast. Trevor Nunn was director.

(1977) He acted in Henrik Ibsen's play, "Pillars of the Community," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Judi Dench and David Waller in the cast. John Barton was director.

(1977) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Macbeth," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Royal Shakespeare Company Warehouse Theatre in London, England with Judi Dench, Roger Rees, Greg Hicks, John Woodvine, Bob Peck, and Ian McDiarmid in the cast. Trevor Nunn was director.

(1977) He acted in Bertolt Brecht's play, "The Days of the Commune," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Greg Hicks, Alfred Molina, Bob Peck, Nickolas Grace, Mike Gwilym, Cherie Lunghi, Paola Dionisotti, Ruby Wax, and Ian McDiarmid in the cast. Howard Davies was director.

(1978) He acted in Ben Jonson's play, "The Alchemist," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Roger Rees and John Woodvine in the cast. Trevor Nunn was director.

Plays the title role of "Goldfinger" in the BBC Radio adaptation, opposite Toby Stephens as James Bond. Stephens' father, Robert Stephens, played Aragorn in the BBC Radio adaptation of The Lord of the Rings, while his mother, Maggie Smith, appeared with McKellen in Richard III.

(1981) He played the Voice of the Genie in Martin Duncan and David Ultz's pantomime, "A Night in Old Peking," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Simon Cadell, James Bolam, Anita Dobson, Martin Duncan, Susan Cox, Bob Critchley, Robert Hickson, Ian Bartholomew, Bob Goody, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Selina Cadell, Angelo Gibson, and Sean Mathias in the cast. Martin Duncan and John Dove were directors.

(2010) Voice: Scissor Sisters album 'Night Work'. Provided backup vocals for the track "Invisible Light".

(2004) He acted in Bille Brown's pantomime, "Aladdin," at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Roger Allam, Maureen Lipman, Sam Kelly, Joe McFadden, Joanna Page, Owen Sharpe, Cat Simmons, and Ramon Tikaram in the cast. Sean Mathias was director.

(1965) He acted in John Arden's play, "Armstrong's Last Goodnight," in a Chichester Festival Theatre production at the National Theatre at the Chichester in Chichester, Sussex, England with Albert Finney, Geraldine McEwan, Ronald Pickup, Robert Stephens, and Michael York in the cast. John Dexter and Peter Gaskill were directors.

(1966) He acted in Aleksei Arbuzov and Signora Nicolaeff's play, "The Promise (My Poor Marat)," at the Oxford Playhouse in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England with Judi Dench and Ian McShane in the cast. Frank Hauser was director.

(1967) He acted in Aleksei Arbuzov and Signora Nicolaeff's play, "The Promise (My Poor Marat)," at the Fortune Theatre in London, England with Judi Dench and Ian McShane in the cast. Frank Hauser was director.

(1964) He made his acting debut in the West End of London in James Saunders' play, "Coriolanus," at Duke of York's Theatre in London, England with Jennifer Hilary, Phyllis Calvert, Mark Dignam, and Derek Bond in the cast. Shirley Butler was director.

(1964 He played Thomas More in Chettle, Thomas Dekker, Heywood, Munday, and William Shakepseare's play, "Sir Thomas More," at the Nottingham Playhouse in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England with Josephine Tewson, Antony Brown, Steven Berkoff, Geoffrey Hutchings, Christopher Hancock, Roger Clissold, and John Tordoff in the cast. Frank Dunlop was director.

(December 1963) He played Tullus Aufidius in William Shakespeare's play, "Coriolanus," at the Nottingham Playhouse in Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England with John Neville, Leo McKern, James Cairncross, Christopher Hancock, Michael Crawford (played 2nd Citizen, 2nd Servingman), Roger Clissold, Dorothy Reynolds, and Richard Digby-Day in the cast. Tyrone Guthrie was director.

(1971) He played the title role in William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" in a Prospect Theatre Company production at the Cambridge Theatre in London, England with John Woodvine, Faith Brook, Susan Fleetwood, Julian Curry, Tim Pigott-Smith, James Cairncross, Duncan Preston, and Terence Wilton in the cast. Robert Chetwyn was director.

(1971) He played the title role in William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" in a Prospect Theatre Company production at the Nottingham Playhouse in Nottingham, Nottinghshame, England with Ronald Lewis, Faith Brook, Susan Fleetwood, Tim Pigott-Smith, James Cairncross, Julian Curry, Geoffrey Chater, Nickolas Grace, Russell Hunter, Marcia Warren, and Terence Wilton in the cast. Robert Chetwyn was director.

(1970) He acted in Georges Farquhar's play, "The Recruiting Officier," and Arnold Wesker's play, "Chips with Everything," in a Cambridge Theatre Company production at the Theatre Royal in Brighton, East Sussex, England with Julian Curry, Susan Fleetwood, Richard Morant, Trevor Peacock, John Woodnutt, Meg Wynn Owen, Jonathan Kent, and Nickolas Grace in the cast. Richard Cottrell was director.

(1970) He acted in Christopher Marlowe's play, "Edward II," and William Shakespeare's play, "Richard II," in a Prospect Theatre Company production at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Timothy West, Robert Eddison, Diane Fletcher, Paul Hardwick, James Laurenson, Trevor Martin, and Peggy Thorpe-Bates in the cast. Richard Cottrell and Toby Robertson were directors.

(1969) He acted in Christopher Marlowe's play, "Edward II," and William Shakespeare's play, "Richard II," in a Prospect Theatre Company production at the Mermaid Theatre in London, England with James Laurenson, Trevor Martin, Timothy West, Paul Hardwick, Robert Eddison, Diane Fletcher, David Calder, Lucy Fleming, Richard Morant, Terence Wilton, Peggy Thorpe-Bates, and Charmian Eyre in the cast. Richard Cottrell and Toby Robertson were directors.

(1968) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Richard II," in a Prospect Theatre Company production at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford, Surrey, England with Paul Hardwick, John Byron, Neil Stacy, Terence Wilton, Richard Morant, Andrew Robertson, Nigel Lambert, Amanda Reiss, and Wynne Clark in the cast. Richard Cottrell was director.

(1968) He acted in Peter Shaffer's plays, "White Liars," and "Black Comedy," t the Lyric Theatre in London, England with Dorothy Reynolds, James Bolam, Angela Scoular, Robert Flemyng, Ken Wynne, and Liz Fraser in the cast. Peter Wood was director.

(1968) He acted in Peter Shaffer's plays, "White Liars," and "Black Comedy," at the Theatre Royal in Brighton, East Sussex, England with Dorothy Reynolds, James Bolam, Angela Scoular, Robert Flemyng, Ken Wynne, and Liz Fraser in the cast. Peter Wood was director.

(1967) He acted in Aleksei Arbuzoff and Signora Nicolaeff's play, "The Promise," at the Fortune Theatre in London, England with Judi Dench and Bryan Hunt in the cast. Frank Hauser was director.

(1966) He acted in George Bernard Shaw's plays, "The Man of Destiny," and "O' Flaherty VC," at the Duchess Theatre in London, England with Bill Wallis, Timothy Carlton, Sian Phillips, and Marie Kean in the cast. Robert Kidd and Peter Gill were directors.

(1965) He acted in Donald Howarth's play, "A Lily in Little India," at the St. Martin's Theatre in London, England with Ken Jones, Jill Bennett, and Jessie Evans in the cast.

(1965) He acted in Donald Howarth's play, "A Lily in Little India," at the Hampstead Theatre Club in Hampstead, London, England with Ken Jones, Jill Bennett, and Jessie Evans in the cast.

(1988) He acted in Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Henceforward," at the Richmond Theatre in Richmond, Surrey, England with Jane Asher, Serena Evans, Robin Herford, and Michael Simkins in the cast.

(1983) He acted in Sean Mathias's play, "Cowardice," at the Ambassadors Theatre in London, England with Janet Suzman and Nigel Davenport in the cast. Anthony Page was director.

(1983) He acted in Michael Rudman's play, "Short List," at the Hampstead Theatre in Hampstead, London, England with Barbara Flynn, Maxine Audley, Susan Engel, Bernard Hill, Glyn Owen, and Philip Voss in the cast. Mike Ockrent was director.

(1982) He acted in Tom Stoppard's play, "Every Good Boy Deserves a Favour," at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with Jim Broadbent, Jeremy Dimmick, Patrick Stewart, David Suchet, and Thelma Whiteley in the cast. Trevor Nunn was director. Andre Previn conducted the London Symphony Orchestra.

(1979) He acted in Martin Sherman's play, "Bent," at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England with Tom Bell, Jeff Rawle, Simon Shepherd, Ken Shorter, and Richard Gale in the cast. Robert Chetwyn was director.

(1975) He acted in David Rudkin's play, "Ashes," at the Gardner Centre Theatre in Brighton, East Sussex, England with Gemma Jones, Paul Shelley, and Ann Mitchell in the cast.

(1974) He played the Page Boy in the play, "Ruling the Roost," in an Actors' Company production at the Wimbledon Theatre in Wimbledon, London, England with John Woodvine, Sheila Reid, Caroline Blakiston, and Paola Dionisotti in the cast. Richard Cottrell was director.

(1974) He played Edgar in William Shakespeare's play, "King Lear," in an Actors' Company production at the Wimbledon Theatre in Wimbledon, London, England with Robert Eddison,Edward Petherbridge, John Woodvine, Ronald Radd, and Matthew Long in the cast. David William was director.

(October 1973) He acted in William Congreve's play, "The Way of the World," and Ronald Hingley adaptation of Anton Chekhov's play, "The Wood Demon," in an Actors' Company production at the Opera House in Manchester, England with Caroline Blakiston, Robert Eddison, Marian Diamond, Robin Ellis, Paola Dionisotti, Tenniel Evans, Sharon Duce, Matthew Long, Margery Mason, Sheila Reid, Juan Moreno, John Tordoff, Edward Petherbridge, and John Woodvine in the cast. David William and David Giles were directors.

(1972) He played Giovanni in John Ford's play, "Tis Pity She's A Whore," in an Actors' Company production at the Arts Theatre in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England with Felicity Kendall, Robert Eddison, Juan Moreno, Edward Petherbridge, Frank Middlemass, Tenniel Evans, Robin Ellis, John Tordoff, Ronnie Stevens, Jack Shepherd, Matthew Long, Moira Redmond, Sheila Reid, Margery Mason, Annette Badland, Caroline Blakiston, and Marian Diamond in the cast. David Giles was director.

(2006) He acted in Mark Ravenhill's play, "The Cut," at the Donmar Warehouse Theatre in London, England with Deborah Findlay, Emma Beattie, Tom Burke, Jimmy Akingbola, and Bindu De Stoppani in the cast. Michael Grandage was director.

(2003) He acted in August Strindberg's play, "Dance of Death," at the Lyric Theatre in London, England with Frances De La Tour and Owen Teale in the cast. Sean Mathias was director.

(2003) He acted in Henrik Ibsen's play, "An Enemy of the People," at the National Theatre in London, England with Penny Downie, Alan Cox, Stephen Moore, and John Woodvine in the cast.

(1988) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Acting Shakespeare," at the Playhouse Theatre in London, England.

(1988) He acted in Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Henceforward," at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Jane Asher, Serena Evans, and Michael Simkins in the cast.

(1965) He played Claudio in William Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Maggie Smith, Robert Stephens, Albert Finney, Derek Jacobi, Lynn Redgrave, Edward Petherbridge, Frank Finlay, Ronald Pickup, Michael York, and Christopher Timothy in the cast. Franco Zeffirelli was director.

(1972) He directed Donald Howarth's play, "Three Months Gone," at the Liverpool Playhouse in Liverpool, Merseyside, England with Geraldine Newman, James Hazeldine, Robert Grange, June Watson, Anthony Baird, and Geoffrey Bateman in the cast.

(1973) He directed Ronald Mavor's play, "A Private Matter", at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Alastair Sim, Derek Fowlds, Peter Cellier and Dorothy Reynolds in the cast.

(1973) He directed Ronald Mavor's play, "A Private Matter", at the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland with Alastair Sim, Dorothy Reynolds, Derek Fowlds and Peter Cellier in the cast.

(1984) He acted in Thomas Otway's play, "Venice Preserv'D," in a British National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Jane Lapotaire, Brewster Mason, Michael Pennington, Stephanie Beacham, Edward De Souza, and Hugh Paddick in the cast. Peter Gill was director.

(1985) He acted in John Webster's play, "The Duchess of Malfi," in a British National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Stephen Moore, Amanda Redman, Sara Kestelman, Michael Bryant, and Tim Curry in the cast. Peter Wood was director.

(1985) He acted in Tom Stoppard's play, "The Real Inspector Hound," and Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The Critic," in a British National Theatre production at the Olivier Theatre in London, England with Roy Kinnear, Edward Petherbridge, Selina Cadell, Greg Hicks, Claire Moore, Eleanor Bron, Jonathan Hyde, and Laurance Rudic in the cast. Tom Stoppard also directed "The Real Inspector Hound." Sheila Hancock directed "The Critic."

(December 1985-January 1986) He acted in the British National Theatre Repertoire Season at the Cottesloe, Lyttelton, and Olivier Theatre in London, England in Peter Shaffer's play, "Yonadab;" Tom Stoppard's play, "The Real Inspector Hound;" Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The Critic;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "A Chorus of Disapproval;" Howard Brenton and David Hare's play, "Pravda;" William Congreve's play, "Love for Love;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "Mrs. Warren's Profession;" Richard Peaslee's play, "Animal Farm;" John Webster's play, "The Duchess of Malfi;" Anton Chekhov's play, "The Cherry Orchard;" Athol Fugard's play, "The Road to Mecca;" and William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet;" with Robin Bailey, Ian Bartholomew, Alan Bates, Eleanor Bron, Michael Bryant, Yvonne Bryceland, Selina Cadell, Charlotte Cornwell, Gemma Craven, Michael Gambon, Sheila Hancock, Greg Hicks, Anthony Hopkins, Kelly Hunter, Jonathan Hyde, Sara Kestelman, Roy Kinnear, Leigh Lawson, Nigel Le Vaillant, Hugh Lloyd, Tim McInnery, Stephen Moore, Claire Moore, Wendy Morgan, Bill Nighy, Bob Peck, Edward Petherbridge, Joan Plowright, Amanda Redman, Moira Redmond, Imelda Staunton, and Jane Wenham in the cast.

(January-February 1986, June 1986, October-December 1986) He acted in the British National Theatre Repertoire Season at the Cottesloe Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Olivier Theatre in London, England in Peter Shaffer's play, "Yonadab;" Tom Stoppard's plays, "The Real Inspector Hound," and "Dalliance;" Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The Critic;" Alan Ayckbourn's plays, "A Chorus of Disapproval," and "Tons of Money;" Howard Brenton's play, "Pravda;" Neil Simon's play, "Brighton Beach Memoirs;" William Congreve's play, "Love for Love;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "Mrs Warren's Profession;" John Webster's play, "The Duchess of Malfi,;" Charlotte Chandler's play, "Not About Heroes;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Hamlet," and "King Lear;" Athol Fugard's play, "The Road to Mecca;" Anton Chekhov's play, "The Cherry Orchard;" Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's play, "The Threepenny Opera;" Sarah Daniels's play, "Neaptide;" play, "Futurists;" David Wood's play, "The Pied Piper;" Richard Peaslee's play, "Animal Farm;" Franz Werfel's play, "Jacobowsky and The Colonel;" Arthur Wing Pinero's play, "The Magistrate;" David Hare's play, "The Bay At Nice;" Arthur Miller's play, "The American Clock;" Stephen Poliakoff's play, "Coming In To Land;" and Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz's play, "The Mother;" with Robin Bailey, Desmond Barrit, Alan Bates, Suzanne Bertish, Brenda Blethyn, Eleanor Bron, Michael Bryant, Yvonne Bryceland, Selina Cadell, Simon Cadell, David Calder, Charlotte Cornwell, Gemma Craven, Tim Curry, Daniel Day Lewis, Frances De La Tour, Sally Dexter, Russell Dixon, Simon Dutton, Julian Fellowes, Alison Fiske, Michael Gambon, Robert Glenister, Sheila Hancock, Nigel Hawthorne, Anthony Head, Greg Hicks, Clare Higgins, Anthony Hopkins, Kelly Hunter, Geoffrey Hutchings, Jonathan Hyde, Barry Ingham, Sara Kestelman, Roy Kinnear, Leigh Lawson, Nicholas Le Prevost, Nigel Le Vaillant, Hugh Lloyd, Stephen Mackintosh, Anna Massey, Tim McInnery, Claire Moore, Stephen Moore, Wendy Morgan, Bill Nighy, Bob Peck, Edward Petherbridge, Joan Plowright, Amanda Redman, Moira Redmond, Jack Shepherd, Michael Simkins, Maggie Smith, Imelda Staunton, Patrick Stewart, Ken Stott, Zoe Wanamaker, Marcia Warren, Jane Wenham, and Irene Worth in the cast.

(May 1989-December 1989) He acted in the British National Theatre Repertoire Season at the Cottesloe Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Olivier Theatre in London, England in Henrik Ibsen's plays, "Hedda Gabler," and "Whale;" David Lan and Joshua Sobol's play, "Ghetto;" William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet;" Moliere's play, "The Misanthrope;" David Storey's play, "The March on Russia;" Sean O'Casey's play, "Juno and the Paycock;" David Hare's play, "The Secret Rapture;" Harley Granville Barker's play, "The Voysey Inheritance;" Felix Lupe De Ovega's play, "Fuente Ovejuna;" Teatro Del Sur's production of the play "Tango Varsoviano;" Frank Galati's stage adaptation of John Steinbeck's novel, "The Grapes of Wrath," in a Steppenwolf Theatre Company production from Chicago, Illinois; Dion Boucicault's play, "The Shaughraun;" David Mamet's play, "Speed-The-Plow;" the play, "The Long Wat Round;" Pedro Calderon De La Barca's play, "Schism in England;" Anton Chekhov's play, "Uncle Vanya," in a Moscow Art Theatre production from the Soviet Union; play, "Suicide for Love," in a Ninagawa Company production from Japan; Patricia Gordon's play, "The Magic Carpet;" Luigi Pirandello's play, "Man Beast and Virtue;" Georges Farquhar's play, "The Beaux Strategem;" Bertolt Brecht's play, "The Good Person of Sichuan;" Oliver Wilde's play, "Salome;" August Wilson's play, "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom;" and Martin Sherman's play, "Bent;" with Sheila Ballantine, David Bamber, Steven Berkoff, Brenda Blethyn, Richard Bonneville, Michael Bryant, Suzanne Burden, David Burke, Anna Calder-Marshall, Jason Carter, Michael Cashman, John Castle, Constance Chapman, Maria Charles, Ian Charleson, Graham Crowden, Jonathan Cullen, Daniel Day Lewis, Judi Dench, Susan Engel, Trevor Eve, Oliver Ford-Davies, Maria Friedman, Aidan Gillen, Stella Gonet, Frank Grimes, Jane Gurnett, George Harris, Tony Haygarth, Janet Henfrey, Guy Henry, David Horovitch, Geoffrey Hutchings, Harold Innocent, Alex Jennings, Paul Jesson, Rachel Joyce, James Laurenson, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Mark Lockyer, Alfred Molina, Jeremy Northam, Richard O'Callaghan, Bill Owen, Bill Paterson, Clarke Peters, Edward Petherbridge, Angela Pleasance, Pete Postlethwaite, Hugh Quarshie, Stephen Rashbrook, Crispin Redman, Terence Rigby, Linus Roache, Norman Rodway, Clive Rowe, Patsy Rowlands, Katharine Schlesinger, Fiona Shaw, Malcolm Sinclair, Maggie Steed, Juliet Stevenson, Jo Stone-Fewings, Tilda Swinton, Sian Thomas, Susan Tracy, Bridget Turner, June Watson, Janet Whiteside, Toyah Wilcox, Emil Wolk, and John Woodvine in the cast.

(2013) Co-starring in Broadway production of Harold Pinter's "No Man's Land" and Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot" with Patrick Stewart, directed by Sean Mathias at New York City's Cort Theatre.

(1990) He acted in Martin Sherman's play, "Bent," in a Royal National Theatre production at the Garrick Theatre in London, England with Ian McKellen, Michael Cashman, Paul Rhys, Steven Rimkus, Robert Flemyng, and Neil Daglish in the cast. Sean Mathias was director.

(1990) He acted in Martin Sherman's play, "Bent," in a Royal National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Michael Cashman, Paul Rhys, Christopher Eccleston, Robert Eddison, and Neil Daglish in the cast. Sean Mathias was director.

(1990) He played Kent in William Shakespeare's play, "King Lear" in a Royal National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England and Tour with Brian Cox (Lear), Peter Jeffrey, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Susan Engel, Clare Higgins, Eve Matheson, Richard O'Callaghan, Mark Strong, David Bradley, Sam Beazley, Bruce Purchase, and Joyce Redman in the cast. Richard Eyre and Deborah Warner were directors.

(1990) He played Richard III in William Shakespeare's play, "Richard III" in a Royal National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England and Tour with Brian Cox (Buckingham), Peter Jeffrey, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Susan Engel, Clare Higgins, Eve Matheson, Richard O'Callaghan, Mark Strong, David Bradley, Sam Beazley, Bruce Purchase, and Joyce Redman in the cast. Richard Eyre and Deborah Warner were directors.

(1991) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Richard III," in a Royal National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Antonia Pemberton, Joyce Redman, and Peter Jeffrey in the cast. Richard Eyre was director.

(1992) He acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "Uncle Vanya," in a Royal National Theatre production at the Cottesloe Theatre in London, England with Antony Sher, Eric Porter, and Janet McTeer in the cast. Sean Mathias was director.

(1997) He acted in J.M. Barrie's play, "Peter Pan," in a Royal National Theatre production at the Laurence Olivier Theatre in London, England with Alec McCowen, Daniel Evans, Jenny Agutter, Claudia Blakely Adrian Ross-Magenty, and Clive Rowe in the cast. John Caird and Fiona Laird were directors.

(1998) He acted in Henrik Ibsen's play, "An Enemy of the People," in a Royal National Theatre production at the Laurence Olivier Theatre in London, England with Stephen Moore, and Charlotte Cornwell in the cast. Trevor Nunn was director.

(January 1990-October 1990; December 1990-January 1991) He acted in the Royal National Theatre Season at the Laurence Olivier Theatre, Cottesloe Theatre, and Lyttelton Theatre in London, England in Henrik Ibsen's play, "Peer Gynt;" Tony Harrison's play,"The Trackers of Oxyrhynchus;" Bertolt Brecht's play, "The Good Person of Sichuan;" Martin Sherman's play, "Bent;" Stephen Sondheim's musical, "Sunday in the Park with George;" Anthony Minghella's play, "Whale;" Georges Farquhar, "The Beaux Stratagem," David Hare's play, "Racing Demon;" August Wilson's play, "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom;" Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The School for Scandal;" Jean Racine's play, "Berenice;" Moliere's play, "Tartuffe;" "Abingdon Square;" Arthur Miller's plays, "After the Fall;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Hamlet," "Richard III," and "Hamlet" (Bulandra Theatre); Terry Johnson's play, "Piano;" Brian Friel's play, "Dancing at Lughnasa;" Athol Fugard's play, "My Children, My Africa" (Market Theatre); Paul Godfrey's play, "One in a While The Odd Thing Happens;" Kenneth Grahame and Alan Bennett's play, "The Wind in the Willows;" Robert Lepage's play, "Tectonic Plates;" Dario Fo's play, "Accidental Death of an Anarchist;" and David Edgar's play, "The Shape of the Table;" with Annabelle Apsion, Jane Asher, Sheila Ballantine, David Bamber, Keith Bartlett, Lois Baxter, Duncan Bell, Stephen Bent, Brenda Blethyn, Richard Bonneville, Stephen Boxer, David Bradley, Elizabeth Bradley, Brid Brennan, Richard Briers, Michael Bryant, Suzanne Burden, David Burke, Ion Caramitru, Michael Cashman, Tom Chadbon, Maria Charles, Trevor Cooper, Allan Corduner, Oliver Cotton, Brian Cox, Alan Cumming, Neil Daglish, Nyree Dawn Porter, Stephen Dillane, Anthony Douse, Lindsay Duncan, Christopher Eccleston, Robert Eddison, Susan Engel, Oliver Ford Davies, Julia Ford, Maria Friedman, Lisa Fugard, Sean Gascoigne, Brian Glover, Stella Gonet, Henry Goodman, Jane Gurnett, Garrick Hagon, David Haig, Janet Henfrey, Guy Henry, Clare Higgins, Clare Holman, Harold Innocent, Peter Jeffrey, Hakeem Kae Kazim, John Kani, Ayub Khan Din, Adam Kotz, James Laurenson, Barbara Leigh Hunt, Alfred Lynch, Sara Mair Thomas, Michael Maloney, Eve Matheson, Alec McCowen, John Matschikitza, Stephen Moore, David Morrissey, John Normington, John Nettleton, John Neville, Jeremy Northam, Richard O'Callaghan, Richard Pasco, Bill Paterson, Clarke Peters, Pete Postlethwaite, Bruce Purchase, Hugh Quarshie, Philip Quast, Pearce Quigley, Denis Quilley, Oscar Quitak, Gary Raymond, Stephen Rea, Joyce Redman, Paul Rhys, Griff Rhys Jones, Terence Rigby, Barrie Rutter, Prunella Scales, Rapulana Seiphemo, Fiona Shaw, Paul Shelley, Jack Shepherd, Josette Simon, Malcolm Sinclair, Maggie Steed, Mark Strong, Meera Syal, Owen Teale, Bridget Turner, Philip Voss, Zoe Wanamaker, Toyah Wilcox, Tom Wilkinson, Penelope Wilton, Emil Wolk, and Albie Woodington in the company.

(January 1991-July 1991; September 1991-January 1992) He acted in the Royal National Theatre season at the Laurence Olivier Theatre, Cottesloe Theatre, and Lyttelton Theatre all in London, England in Tony Harrison's play, "The Trackers of Oxyrhynchus;" Kenneth Grahame and Alan Bennett's play, "The Wind in the Willows;" David Hare's play, "Racing Demon," "Murmuring Judges;" Franz Kafka's play, "The Trial;" Friedrich Durrenmatt's play, "The Visit," (Theatre De Complicite production); Christopher Hampton's play, "White Chameleon;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Invisible Play;" Dario Fo's play, "Accidental Death of An Anarchist;" David Edgar's play, "The Shape of the Table;" "Fever;" Eugene O'Neill's play, "Long Day's Journey Into Night;" Moliere's play, "The Miser;" William Shakespeare's play, "Richard III;" Mikhail Bulgakov's play, "White Snow;" John Webster's play, "The White Devil;" Eduardo De Filippo's play, "Napoli Milionaria;" Bertolt Brecht's play, "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui;" "Grand Kabuki" (Shochiku Company production); "At Our Table;" Mustapha Matura's play, "The Coup;" Alan Bennett's play, "The Madness of King George III;" Edward Bond's play, "The Sea;" "The Little Clay Cart;" and Ferderico Garcia Lorca's play, "Blood Wedding;" with Mark Addy, Keith Allen, Tony Armatrading, Robin Bailey, David Bamber, Gillian Barge, Desmond Barrit, Norman Beaton, Stephen Bent, Steven Berkoff, Paul Bhattacharjee, Steven Boxer, Elizabeth Bradley, Richard Briers, Jasper Britton, Eleanor Bron, Michael Bryant, Suzanne Burden, Richenda Carey, Tom Chadbon, Emma Chambers, Ben Chapman, Ron Cook, Trevor Cooper, Lorcan Cranitch, Alan Cumming, Myriam Cyr, Judi Dench, Stephen Dillane, Linda Dobell, Kate Duchene, Robert Eddison, Alphonsia Emmanuel, Tenniel Evans, Geraldine Fitzgerald, Oliver Ford Davies, Rupert Frazer, Brian Glover, Stella Gonet, Cathryn Harrison, Nigel Hawthorne, Clare Higgins, Kathryn Hunter, Harold Innocent, Saeed Jaffrey, Oscar James, Peter Jeffrey, Stratford Johns, Karl Johnson, Darlene Johnson, Charles Kay, Jeffery Kissoon, Adam Kotz, Peter Laird, Barbara Leigh Hunt, Mark Lewis, Mark Lockyer, John Matshikiza, Simon McBurney, Helen McCrory, Sean McGinley, Bill Moody, Paul Moriaty, John Nettleton, Joseph O'Conor, Richard Pasco, Robert Patterson, Patrick Pearson, Bruce Purchase, Denis Quilley, Griff Rhys Jones, Terence Rigby, Sally Rogers, David Ross, Barrie Rutter, Nadim Sawalha, Prunella Scales, Adrian Scarborough, Cyril Shaps, Wallace Shawn, Jack Shephard, Antony Sher, Josette Simon, Malcolm Sinclair, Claire Skinner, Dinah Stabb, Ken Stott, Mark Strong, Tamasaburo, Julian Wadham, Timothy West, Benjamin Whitrow, Peter Wight, Tom Wilkinson, and Andrew Woodall in the company.

(January 1992-January 1993) He acted in the Royal National Theatre repertoire season at the Laurence Olivier Theatre, Cottesloe Theatre and Lyttelton Theatre all in London, England in Alan Bennett and Kenneth Grahame's play, "The Wind in the Willows;" David Hare's plays, "Racing Demon," "Murmuring Judges;" Dario Fo's play, "The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui;" Tennessee Williams' play, "The Night of the Iguana;" Edward Bond's play, "The Sea;" Alan Bennett's play, "The Madness of King George III;" Tony Kushner's play, "Angels in America;" Anton Chekhov's play, "Uncle Vanya;" Arvind Sharma's play, "The Little Clay Cart;" Frederico Garcia Lorca's play, "Blood Wedding;" George Farquhar's play, "The Recruiting Officer;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "Pygmalion;" Moliere's play, "Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme;" Jim Cartwright's play, "The Rise and Fall of Little Voice;" Robert Lepage's play, "Needles and Opium;" Lope De Vega's play, "Fuente Ovejuna;" William Shakespeare's plays, "A Midsummer's Night Dream;" Tony Harrison's play, "Square Rounds;" J.B. Priestley's play, "An Inspector Calls;" Bruno Schulz's play, "The Streets of Crocodiles;" "Kings" play; Keith Waterhouse's play, "Billy Liar;" "Dragon" play;" "Stages" play;" Giorgio Strehler's play, "Le Baruffe Chiozotte;" Franco Zeffirelli's play, "Sei Personaggi In Cerca D'Autore;" Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein's musical, "Carousel;" and Pierre De Marivaux's play "The Game of Love and Chance;" with Keith Allen, Annabel Arden, Tony Armatrading, Eileen Atkins, Annette Badland, Robin Bailey, Frances Barber, Gillian Barge, Desmond Barrit, Alan Bates, Trevor Baxter, Steven Beard, Stephen Beckett, Stefan Bednarczyk, Duncan Bell, Michael Bryant, Suzanne Burden, Anthony Calf, Sean Chapman, Kenneth Cranham, Marcus D'Amico, Janet Dale, Phil Daniels, Joanna David, Janie Dee, Judi Dench, Reece Dinsdale, Paola Dionisotti, Anita Dobson, Kate Duchene, Janine Duvitski, Alphonsia Emmanuel, Serena Evans, Tenniel Evans, Alison Fiske, Rupert Frazer, Maria Friedman, Christopher Good, Henry Goodman, Rupert Graves, Susannah Harker, Nigel Hawthorne, Michael Hayden, Mark Heap, David Horovitch, Jane Horrocks, Alan Howard, Celia Imrie, Harold Innocent, Alex Jennings, Karl Johnson, Darlene Johnson, Rachel Joyce, Charles Kay, Sara Kestelman, Jeffery Kissoon, Peter Laird, James Laurenson, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Vicky Licorish, Mark Lockyer, Alan MacNaughtan, Rosemary Martin, Maggie McCarthy, Helen McCrory, Janet McTeer, Ben Miles, Iain Mitchell, Alfred Molina, Paul Moriaty, Katrina Murphy, Joseph Mydell, Joseph O'Conor, Richard Pasco, Patrick Pearson, Pete Postlethwaite, Caroline Quentin, Celestine Randall, Nick Reding, Joanna Riding, Terence Rigby, David Ross, Patricia Routledge, Clive Rowe, Patsy Rowlands, Enrico Maria Salerno, Adrian Scarborough, Cyril Shaps, Lesley Sharp, Antony Sher, Timothy Spall, Alison Steadman, Maggie Steed, Jo Stone-Fewings, Ken Stott, Mark Strong, David Thewlis, Ben Thomas, Sian Thomas, Harry Towb, James Villiers, Julian Wadham, June Watson, Samuel Best, Benjamin Whitrow, and Marjorie Yates in the company,

(August 1997-October 1997) He acted in the Royal National Theatre repertoire season at the Cottesloe Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Laurence Olivier in London, England in Henrik Ibsen's play, "An Enemy of the People;" Arnold Wesker's play, "Chips with Everything;" Tom Stoppard's play, "The Invention of Love;" Pierre De Marivaux's play, "Les Fausses Confidences," in a Comedie Francaise production; Samuel Beckett's play, "Oh Les Beaux Jours;" Frank Loesser's musical, "Guys and Dolls;" William Shakespeare's plays, "King Lear" and "Othello;" David Hare's play, "Amy's View;"and Patrick Marber's play, "Closer; with Simon Russell Beale, Maureen Beattie, Samantha Bond, Judi Dench, Jeffery Dench, Penny Downie, Julian Glover, David Harewood, James Hazeldine, Ciaran Hinds, Ian Holm, Collin Johnson, Finbar Lynch, Eddie Marsan, Iain Mitchell, Clive Owen, Trevor Peacock, Rupert Penry-Jones, Clarke Peters, Ronald Pickup, Joyce Redman, Amanda Redman, Paul Rhys, Joanna Riding, Clifford Rose, Clive Rowe, Catherine Samie, Claire Skinner, Imelda Staunton, Timothy West, John Wood, and John Woodvine in the company.

(January 1998-March 1998; May 1998-July 1998; November 1998-February 1999) He acted in a Royal National Theatre repertoire season at the Cottesloe Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Laurence Olivier Theatre in London, England in "Light;" Edward Ravenscroft's play, "The London Cuckolds;" "Not About Nightingales;" J.M. Barrie's play, "Peter Pan;" Tom Stoppard's play, "The Invention of Love;" "The Day I Stood Still;" Henrik Ibsen's play, "An Enemy of the People;" Patrick Marber's play, "Closer;" "Mutabilitie;" "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie;" Michael Frayn's play, "Copenhagen;" Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein's musical, "Oklahoma!;" "Brassed Off;" "Our Lady of Sligo;" William Shakespeare's play, "Othello;" "The Forest;" "The Riot;" Harold Pinter's play, "Betrayal;" "Guiding Star;" "Cleo Camping Emmanuelle and Dick; "Haroun and Other Stories;" with Jenny Agutter, Simon Russell Beale, Maureen Beattie, Stephen Bent, Michael Bryant, David Burke, Anthony Calf, John Carlisle, William Chubb, Alan Cox, Kenneth Cranham, Abigail Crittenden, Catherine Cusack, Sinead Cusack, Sam Dastor, Sally Dexter, Penny Downie, Neil Dudgeon, Daniel Evans, Adam Godley, Gawn Grainger, David Harewood, Douglas Hodge, Alan Howard, Geoffrey Hutchings, Hugh Jackman, Sara Kestelman, Adam Kotz, Julie Legrand, Anton Lesser, Patrick Malahide, Matthew Marsh, Alec McCowen, Oliver Milburn, Ben Miles, Iain MItchell, Stephen Moore, Richard O'Callaghan, Anthony O'Donnell, Aisling O'Sullivan, Trevor Peacock, Robert Portal, Nicholas Le Prevost, Caroline Quentin, Corin Redgrave, Paul Rhys, Adrian Ross-Magenty, Clive Rowe, Adrian Scarborough, Fiona Shaw, Claire Skinner, Samantha Spiro, Mark Strong, Imogen Stubbs, Nigel Terry, Frances Tomelty, Frances De La Tour, David Troughton, Liza Walker, June Watson, Benjamin Whitrow, John Wood, and John Woodvine in the company.

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