His credit's at Cheltenham's Everyman Theatre include: John in "Alphabetical Order" by Michael Frayn
, the intruder in "See How They Run" by Philip King
, Colby in "The Confidential Clerk" by T.S. Eliot
, Dickie in "The Winslow Boy" by Terence Rattigan
(all 1978) and the title role in the musical "Joseph and the Amazing ...
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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...
James Marsters based the accent of his character Spike on Head's real-life accent.