He acted in Felicien Marceau's play, "Bonne Soupe," at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Coral Browne, Peter Illing, Peter Bowles, and Erica Rogers in the cast. Eleanor Fazan was director.
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[In his 2010 Shock Cinema interview with journalist Anthony Petkovich about working with Jack Palance
on the Dan Curtis
production of Bram Stoker's Dracula
(1974)] I was pretty frightened of that gentleman, because he was so bloody tall! He was six-foot-four and, as he wanted to look like Dracula, he had three-inch lifts in his shoes, so he was like six-foot-seven - and he was a big guy.
If not in the role of a rake or scowling villain, he was often typecast as aristocrats or high-ranking military officers.