He acted in Jon Blair and Norman Fenton's play, "The Biko Inquest," at the Riverside Studios Theatre in London, England with Albert Finney, Mark Dignam, John Standing, Nigel Davenport, Michael Gough, Michael Turner, Michael Aldridge, and Richard Johnson in the cast. Albert Finney was director.
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"During our 10 year association, I was privileged to get to know Jeremy very well. We became great friends. We both believed that the friendship between Holmes and Watson must be rooted in humour. In reality, Jeremy made sure there was always laughter when we were working. In spite of the enormous strain his illness placed on him he never lost his sense of joy. He had a wonderful laugh. It was ...
His uncle on his mother's side was Group Captain Percy Charles Pickard DSO, DFC. G/C Pickard featured as the pilot of the Vickers Wellington bomber in the 1941 British propaganda film "Target For Tonight" extolling the British bomber offensive against Germany. In October 1943 Pickard took over command of 140 Wing flying the all wood De Haviland Mosquito. The connections between the Mosquito and ...