His National Theatre credits include:
Absalom in "Yonadab" by Peter Schaffer
(1985-6), La Flotte in "Danton's Death" by 'Georg Buchner' (1982-3), Captain Goltz in "The Prince of Homburg" by Heinrich von Kleist
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Anthony Stewart Head
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I think Giles likes Buffy, but she annoys him. The mere fact that she doesn't want the job that he's offering her -- she frustrates him. She represents everything he doesn't understand. Ultimately he becomes extremely fond of her. People have said, What is it? A father/daughter relationship? And it's not quite. There's nothing like it on TV. It's difficult to pigeonhole. He becomes extremely fond...
Although he played Giles with an upper-class British accent, his real accent is much more North London. He got to use it in the episode 'Band Candy' when Giles reverted to his teenage self.