Has appeared in numerous theatre productions including:
"Deathtrap", "Run For Your Wife", and the stage production "Doctor Who: The Ultimate Adventure".
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I was a little unhappy that [script editor] Eric Saward
took the opportunity to say he thought I should never have been cast in the first place, which given the fact that this was a guy I'd entertained in my home and never indicated to me how he felt - I thought it was a bit shabby. When people you think are your friends let you down that's crappy, but Michael Grade
wasn't a friend of mine. ...
Has admitted to never caring much for the deliberately tasteless costume he wore during Doctor Who
(1963) (a garish, multi-coloured patchwork coat, a large spotted cravat and striped yellow trousers) but it was chosen by series producer John Nathan-Turner