Did You Know?
[on designing the Cardinal Wolsey scenes in "A Man For All Seasons"]: Fred Zinnemann's intention was to present Wolsey as power and authority. That, to me, meant a feeling of claustrophobia which would accentuate the character and power of Wolsey, and would involve the audience with Thomas More as he confronted the great man of his time. So we put Wolsey in a small room to emphasize his largeness...
He served with the Royal Armoured Corps in France during World War II.