Hon. William Tatham, AREN'T WE ALL?, Brooks Atkinson Theatre. NYC. 1985.
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(On being typecast as Holmes) "I don't really mind actually. I must be very grateful to Arthur Conan Doyle
because we are in the deepest recession in England, and only five percent of my profession are at work. I'm one of them at work, so I'm not knocking it."
After training as an actor at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London, Jeremy Brett made his professional stage debut in Manchester, England, in the repertory company of the Library Theatre in 1954. There he became lifelong friends with actor Robert Stephens
. They would go on to share rooms and roles, serve as each other's best man, and died within two months of one another.
His aristocratic beautifully modulated voice