He acted in Ronald Harwood's play, "A Family," in a Royal Exchange production at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Harry Andrews, Eleanor Brown, Trevor Peacock, Irene Handl, Gary Waldhorn, and Celia Gregory in the cast. Caspar Wrede was director.
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[on repeated attempts of declining knighthood] If you want a title, what's wrong with 'Mister'? If you have always been that, then why lose your title? I have a title, which is the same one that I have always had. But it's not political. I have a CBE, which I accepted very gratefully.
He happily accepted a CBE ("an honor with a hint of hard work about it"), but declined Knighthood on a couple of occasions.