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Stage: Appeared (as "Duke Senior") in "As You Like It", Stratford Memorial Theatre Company, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared (as "Thomas Mowbray") in "Richard III", Old Vic Theater, England, 1950s.

Audio LP: Appeared as the voice of Wellington in "Makers Of History: Bonaparte & Wellington".

Stage: Appeared (as "Henry IV") in the 1953 touring production of "Henry IV" by the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre in Australia and New Zealand. Also in cast: Terence Longdon ("Prince Hal"), Keith Mitchell (Hotspur").

Stage: Appeared (as "Antonio") in "The Merchant of Venice", Haymarket Theatre, 1967. Also in cast: Ralph Richardson ("Shylock"), Angela Thorne ("Portia").

stage: Appeared (as "Westmoreland") in "King Henry IV Part II", directed by Michael Redgrave, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, England, 1951.

Stage: Appeared (as "Surrey") in "Richard II", Stratford Memorial Theater Company, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared (as "Alonso") in "The Tempest", Stratford Memorial Theater Company, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared (as "Westmoreland") in "Henry IV, Part I", Stratford Memorial Theater Company, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared (as "Westmoreland") in "Henry IV, Part II", Stratford Memorial Theater Company, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared (as "1st Roman Senator") in "Coriolanus", Stratford Memorial Theater Company, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared (as "MacDuff") in "Macbeth", Stratford Memorial Theater Company, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared (as "Casca") in "Julius Caesar", directed by Michael Benthall, Old Vic Theatre, London, England, 1955.

Stage: Appeared (as "Richard Plantagenet") in "King Henry VI Parts 1 & 2", directed by Douglas Seale, Old Vic Theatre, London, England, 1957.

Stage: Appeared (as "Henry VI") in "Henry VI, Part I", Old Vic Theater, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared (as "Banquo") in "Macbeth", Old Vic Theater, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared (as "Kent") in "King Lear", Old Vic Theater, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared (as "Duke of Exeter") in "Henry V", Old Vic Theater, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared (as "Brobantio") in "Othello", Old Vic Theater, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared (as "Hector") in "Troilus and Cressida", Old Vic Theater, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared (as "Friar Laurence") in "Romeo and Juliet", Old Vic Theater, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared (as "Henry VI") in "Henry VI, Part 2", Old Vic Theater, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared (as "Henry VI") in "Henry VI, Part 3", Old Vic Theater, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared (as "Claudius") in "Hamlet", Old Vic Theater, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared (as "Duke of Buckingham") in "Henry VIII", Old Vic Theater, England, 1950s.

Stage: Appeared in "Sacred Flame", London, England.

Stage: Appeared in "The Right Honourable Gentleman", London, England.

Stage: Appeared in "The Dark Is Light Enough", London, England.

Stage: Appeared in "Castle in Sweden", London, England.

Stage: Appeared in "Portrait of Murder", London, England.

Stage: Appeared in "A Kind of Folly", London, England.

Stage: Appeared in "You Never Can Tell", London, England.

Stage: Appeared (as "Col. Pickering") in "My Fair Lady" on Broadway. Revival. Also in cast: Rex Harrison.

Stage: Appeared in "The Constant Wife" on Broadway. Directed by John Gielgud. Also in cast: Ingrid Bergman.

Stage: Appeared in "Ari" on Broadway.

Stage: Appeared in "Macbeth" on Broadway. Also in cast: Christopher Plummer, 'Glenda Jackson (I)'.

Stage: Appeared in "Romeo and Juliet" on Broadway. Also in cast: Claire Bloom.

Stage: Appeared in "Lost in the Stars" on Broadway. Also in cast: Brock Peters.

Stage: Appeared in "The Iceman Cometh" on Broadway. Also in cast: James Earl Jones.

Stage: Appeared in US touring company of Laurette. Also in cast: Judy Holliday.

(1975) He acted in the play, "The Farm," at the Academy Festival Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Debra Mooney, directed by Marshall W. Mason.

(1977) He acted in the play, "Too Good To Be True," at the Academy Festival Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, with Robert Moberly. Crew included Fred Koluch (scenic designer), and Laura Crow (costume designer).

(1962) He acted in Francoise Sagan's play, "Castle in Sweden," at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Diane Cilento, Alec McCowen, Jill Bennett, Gary Raymond, and Lally Bowers in the cast. Peter Coe was director.

(1964) He played Joseph Chamberlain in Michael Bradley-Dyne's play, "The Right Honourable Gentleman," at Her Majesty's Theatre in London, England with Anthony Quayle (played Charles Dilke), Coral Browne (played Mrs. Rossiter), Anna Massey, Richard Leech, Mary Law, Jill Melford, Anne Stevenson, Corin Redgrave, Llewellyn Rees, Terence Bayler, Gillian Lind, and John Irvine in the cast. Glen Byam Shaw was director. Motley was designer.

(September 1957, December 1957, March 1958, April 1958, & June 1958) He played Claudius in William Shakespeare's "Hamlet" at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with John Neville, Coral Browne, Margaret Courtenay, Judi Dench, Derek Francis, John Humphry, Michael Culver, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, and James Culliford in the cast. Michael Benthall was director.

(September 1957) He played Claudius in William Shakespeare's play "Hamlet" in an Old Vic Company production at the Royal Court Theatre in Liverpool, Merseyside, England with John Neville, Coral Browne, Judi Dench, Derek Francis, John Humphry, David Dodimead, Daniel Thorndike, David Waller, Margaret Courtenay, Barry Ingham (Barrie), Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Michael Culver, Harold Innocent, Richard Gale, and Edward Hardwicke in the cast. Michael Benthall was director.

(1957-1958) He played Kent in William Shakespeare's "King Lear" at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Paul Rogers, Barbara Jefford, Coral Browne, Margaret Courtenay, Michael Culver, Derek Francis, Derek Godfrey, John Humphry, Edward Hardwicke, Paul Daneman, Barrie Ingham, Judi Dench, and Barbara Leigh Hunt in the cast. Douglas Seale was director.

(1967) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Merchant of Venice," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Ralph Richardson and Angela Thorne in the cast.

(1966) He acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "You Can Never Tell," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Ralph Richardson, Judy Campbell, and Keith Baxter in the cast. Glen Byam Shaw was director.

(1960) He played Macduff in a Caedmon Audio presentation of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth", with Anthony Quayle, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Robert Hardy, Anthony Nichols, Rachel Roberts, Rosalind Atkinson, Jill Balcon, Dyson Lovell, Ian Holm, and Alec McCowen in the cast.


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