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Reader of the American versions of the "Harry Potter" series audio-books. Holds the Guinness World Record for most distinct characters voiced in an audio-book (134) for "Harry Potter & the Order of the Phoenix".

Stage: Starred (as "Phineas T. Barnum") on Broadway in "Barnum". Won Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical.

Stage: Starred on Broadway in the title role of "Scapino".

Stage: Appeared (as "Eddie Waters") in "Comedians" by Trevor Griffiths at the Samuel Beckett Theater, New York City, 2/03.

(1966) Audio commentary: for DVD of Carry on Pimpernel (1966) with Robert Ross.

(1967) Audio commentary: for DVD of Carry on Doctor (1967) with "Carry On" historian Robert Ross.

(1967) Audio commentary: for DVD of Carry on in the Legion (1967) with "Carry On" historian Robert Ross.

Stage: Appeared (as "Mr. Peachum") in "The Threepenny Opera" by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill, adapted by Wallace Shawn, at Studio 54, New York City, 4/06.

Book: "It's Great to be Old: 401 Reasons to Stop Lying About Your Age", Meadowbrook Publishing, 2004, ISBN 0684025205

(2004) The Two of Us: A Book About My Teacher and Me, Andrews McMeel Publishing, ISBN 0740741748

Audiobook: Narrator for unabridged version of "King of Shadows" by Susan Cooper, 2000. ISBN 0807282421

Audiobook: Narrator for an unabridged version of "Around the World in 80 Days" by Jules Verne, 2005. ISBN 0307206424

Audiobook: Narrator for an unabridged version of "Peter Pan" by J.M. Barrie, 2006. ISBN 0739336908

Audiobook: Narrator for unabridged versions of the children's book series "Never Land Adventure", written by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson as prequels to J.M. Barrie's original Peter Pan stories. The audiobooks include - "Peter and the Starcatchers" (2004, ISBN 0786854456) - "Peter and the Shadow Thieves" (2006, ISBN 078683787X) - "Escape from the Carnivale" (2006, ISBN 1423309502)

Audiobook: Narrator for an unabridged version of "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens, 2003. ISBN 1400086027

DVD: Narrator/tour guide on the new Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) DVDs.

Audiobook: Narrator for audibook of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows", 2008. Won a Grammy award.

Songwriter: Wrote Des O'Connor 1969 single "Dick-a-dum-dum".

Songwriter: Wrote the hit single "Georgie Girl" for The Seekers, 1960s.

Stage: Appeared on Broadway in "Candide", 1997. Nominated for Tony Award.

Stage: Appeared in "A Day in the Death of Joe Egg" on Broadway, 1985. Nominated for Tony Award.

Audiobook: Narrator for audiobook version of "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix". Received Grammy nomination.

Audiobook: Narrator for audiobook version of "Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire". Received Grammy nomination.

(1966) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Winter's Tale", at the Cambridge Theatre in London, England with Laurence Harvey, Jane Asher, Diana Churchill, Esmond Knight, Moira Redmond and Tom Baker in the cast. Frank Dunlop was the director.

(1969) He acted in Peter Nichols' play, "The National Health", in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Robert Lang, Charles Kay, Cleo Sylvestre, Anna Carteret, Paul Curran, Gillian Barge, Tom Baker, Jean Boht and Bernard Gallagher in the cast. Michael Blakemore was the director.

(1964) He acted in Lorna Huycke and Bill Howe's musical, "The Wayward Way", at the New Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with David Holliday, Roberta Desti, John Gower, Cheryl Kennedy and Bernard Clifton in the cast.

(September 1970-October 1970) He acted in Repertoire Company in a National Theatre production at the Cambridge Theatre in London, England in William Shakespeare's plays, "The Merchant of Venice" and "Loves Labours Lost;" Georges Farquhar's play, "The Beaux Strategem; John Webster's play, "The White Devil;" Peter Nichols's play, "National Health;" and Tom Stoppard's play, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead;" with Tom Baker, Diane Cilento, Jeremy Brett, Derek Jacobi, Laurence Olivier, Joan Plowright, Maggie Smith, Robert Stephens, Jane Lapotaire, Geraldine McEwan, and Edward Woodward in the cast.

(March 1970-May 1970) He acted in Repertoire Company in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England in William Shakespeare's plays, "The Merchant of Venice" and "Loves Labours Lost;" Georges Farquhar's play, "The Beaux Strategem; John Webster's play, "The White Devil;" Peter Nichols's play, "National Health;" and Tom Stoppard's play, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead;" with Jeremy Brett, Derek Jacobi, Laurence Olivier, Joan Plowright, Maggie Smith, Robert Stephens, Jane Lapotaire, Geraldine McEwan, and Edward Woodward in the cast.

(September 1970-October 1970) He acted in Repertoire Company in a National Theatre production at the Cambridge Theatre in London, England in Fyodor Dostoievsky's play, "The Idiot;" William Shakespeare's play, "The Merchant of Venice;" Georges Farquhar's play, "The Beaux Strategem;" John Webster's play, "The White Devil;" Henrik Ibsen's play, "Hedda Gabler;" Peter Nichols's play, "National Health;" and Tom Stoppard's play, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead;" with Tom Baker, Diane Cilento, Jeremy Brett, Derek Jacobi, Laurence Olivier, Joan Plowright, Maggie Smith, Robert Stephens, Jane Lapotaire, Geraldine McEwan, and Edward Woodward in the cast.

(March 1970-May 1970) He acted in Repertoire Company in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England in William Shakespeare's plays, "The Merchant of Venice" and "Loves Labours Lost;" Georges Farquhar's play, "The Beaux Strategem;" John Webster's play, "The White Devil;" Peter Nichols's play, "National Health;" and Tom Stoppard's play, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead;" with Jeremy Brett, Derek Jacobi, Laurence Olivier, Joan Plowright, Maggie Smith, Robert Stephens, Jane Lapotaire, Geraldine McEwan, and Edward Woodward in the cast.

(1971) He acted in Peter Nichols' play, "The National Health", in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Gerald James, David Ryall, Charles Kay, Anna Carteret, Paul Curran, Gillian Barge and Norman Beaton in the cast. Michael Blakemore was the director.

(1971) He acted in Carl Zuckmayer's play, "The Captain of Kopenick", in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Paul Scofield (first appearance at the National), Denis Quilley, John Moffatt, Benjamin Whitrow, Gerald James, Michael Turner, David Ryall, Bill Fraser, William Hobbs, Riggs O'Hara, Bernard Gallagher, Hazel Hughes, Jeanne Watts, Peter Duncan, Maureen Lipman, Anthony Nicholls, Harry Lomax, Ronald Pickup and Kenneth MacKintosh in the cast. Frank Dunlop was the director.

(1971) He acted in Carl Zuckmayer's play, "The Captain of Kopenick", in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Paul Scofield (first appearance at the National), Bill Fraser, Hazel Hughes, Jane Lapotaire, Charles Kay, Bernard Gallagher, John Moffatt, Ronald Pickup, Edward Hardwicke, Peter Duncan, Anthony Nicholls, Gerald James and Michael Turner in the cast. Frank Dunlop was the director.

(December 1970-January 1971) He acted in Repertoire Company in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre and Cambridge Theatre in London, England in George Bernard Shaw's play, "Mrs. Warren's Profession;" Fyodor Dostoievsky's play, "The Idiot;" William Shakespeare's play, "The Merchant of Venice;" John Webster's play, "The White Devil;" Peter Nichols's play, "National Health;" Edmond Rostand's play, "Cyrano De Bergerac;" and Georges Farquhar's play, "Beaux Strategem;" with Sarah Badel, Corale Browne, Anna Carteret, Tom Baker, Jeremy Brett, Derek Jacobi, Joan Plowright, Maggie Smith, Robert Stephens, Jane Lapotaire, Geraldine McEwan, and Edward Woodward in the cast.

(1971) He acted in Fernando Arrabal and Jean Benedetti's play, "The Architect and The Emperor of Assyria", in the National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Anthony Hopkins in the cast. Victor Garcia was the director.

(1971) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "The Merchant of Venice", in the National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Laurence Olivier, Joan Plowright, Derek Jacobi, Jeremy Brett, Jane Lapotaire, Tom Baker, Charles Kay, Benjamin Whitrow, Anthony Nicholls and Jim Dale in the cast. Jonathan Miller was the director.

(April 1971-July 1971; September 1971-January 1972) He acted in Repertoire Season in the National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England in Thomas Heywood's play, "A Woman Killed with Kindness;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Coriolanus," and "The Merchant of Venice;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "Mrs. Warren's Profession;" Peter Nichols's play, "The National Health;" Oliver Goldsmith's play, "A Woman Killed with Kindness;" Carl Zuckmayer's play, "The Captain of Kopenick; and Fernando Arrabal and J. Benedetti's play, "The Architect and the Emperor of Assyria;" with Sarah Badel, Tom Baker, Coral Browne, Anna Carteret, Constance Cummings, Bill Fraser, Anthony Hopkins, Derek Jacobi, Maureen Lipman, Laurenc Olivier, Joan Plowright, Louise Purnell, Denis Quilley, and Paul Scofield in the cast.

(1972) He acted in Oliver Goldsmith's play, "The Good-Natured Man", in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with David Ryall, Maureen Lipman, Bill Fraser and [error] in the cast. John Dexter was the director.

(1973) He acted in Tony Hatch and Jackie Trent's musical, "The Card", at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal in Bristol, England with Joan Hickson, John Savident, Marti Webb, Eleanor Bron, Millicent Martin and Michael Malnick in the cast. Val May was the director.

Joe Egg (1985). Comedy. Written by Peter Nichols. Directed by Arvin Brown. Longacre Theatre: 27 Mar 1985- 23 Jun 1985 (93 performances + 8 previews that began on 21 Mar 1985). Cast: Stockard Channing (as "Sheila"), Jim Dale (as "Bri"), Joanna Gleason (as "Pam"), Margaret Hilton (as "Grace"), John Tillinger (as "Freddie"), Tenney Walsh (as "Joe") [Broadway debut]. Standbys: Paddy Croft (as "Grace"), Karyn Lynn Dale (as "Joe"), Barbara Eda-Young (as "Pam/Sheila"), Larry Pine (as "Bri/Freddie"). Produced by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman. Bernard B. Jacobs: President), Emanuel Azenberg, Roger Berlind and Ivan Bloch. Associate Producer: MTM Enterprises, Inc.

(February 12 to March 7, 1976) Frank Dunlop and his play, "Scapino," was performed at the Actors Theatre of Louisville (Mainstage) in Louisville, Kentucky with Adale O'Brien (Waitress); Dennis Predovic (Carlo); Jeremy Lawrence (Ragu, Headwaiter); Peter Silbert (Scapino); Leo Brumester (Sylvestro); James Harris (Ottavio); Marsha Korb (Giacinta); Ray Fry (Argante); John H. Fields (Geronte); Allan Gruet (Leandro); Randi Douglas (Nurse) and Lee Anne Fahey (Zerbinetta) in the cast. Christopher Murney was director.


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