He acted in Noel Coward's play, "Present Laughter," at the Greenwich Theatre in Greenwich, London, England with Donald Sinden, Gwen Watford, Belinda Lang, Dinah Sheridan, and Polly Adams in the cast. Alan Strachan was director.
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This whole business of love ending in death - I grew up on it. I mean, you remember those songs - 'Tell Laura I Love Her' and 'Leader of the Pack, and 'Terry' - they were all ending up with the guy dying on the motorbike or being smashed in the car race or whatever. And that was really my adolescent culture. So in a way I got there before 'Twilight'.
Lives in Dorset, England, close to the cottage once owned by writer Thomas Hardy
. His estate includes a manor house built in 1633 and a newer portion built in 1840, all on 50 acres.