He acted in Lillian Hellman's adaptation of Emmanuel Robles' play, "Montserrat," at the Vanbrugh Theatre Club in a RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts) production in London, England with Hugh Ross, David Bradley, and Desmond McNamara in the cast. Heinz Bernard was director.
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When I decided to become an actor, it wasn't actually to make money or to make a living. I wanted to be an actor because I wanted to act. I've always had this desire to communicate a great kind of beauty to other people, like a vicar or priest does, to transport people to the world where I live. I just appreciate living on earth at an artistic level. There's a great deal of satisfaction in living...
Beckinsale was known for his dry sense of humour.
A dry sense of humor.