1955: Played Pozzo in the first British performance of Samuel Beckett
's play "Waiting for Godot" at the Arts Theatre, London.
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[on working in television]: I loathe the whole thing, even if it has provided me with bread and margarine for so many years. It seems to me to have had a disastrous effect on mankind and I am quite deliberately planning to spend at least half my remaining years in areas where the goggle box has not yet gained a footing.
In the early 1930s, playing a tiny role in a play called "England Expects", Bull was startled, whilst changing in his dressing-room after the performance, by a stranger, who told him that his performance that night had been the worst he, the stranger, had ever seen. The stranger was Robert Morley; they became close friends immediately, a friendship which lasted until Bull's death over fifty years...
Rich, commanding voice.