He acted in Guy Jenkin's play, "Fighting for the Dunghill," at the Warehouse Theatre in Croydon, Surrey, England with D. Langford and Michael Fenton Stevens in the cast. Richard Osborne was director.
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One should be judged not by what one is, but by what one does. Also, the media encourage the notion that you are like your parts. Does that mean that you can't play Macbeth unless you go out and murder someone, or that you can only play Hamlet if you don't like your mother? It's just acting.
According to Monica Dickens
' autobiography "An Open Book", James Bolam, who was a keen horseman, brought her novel "Cobbler's Dream" to the attention of Yorkshire Television, leading to the TV series Follyfoot