He acted in Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Season's Greetings," at the Greenwich Theatre in Greenwich, London, England with Bernard Hepton, Barbara Ferris, Peter Vaughan, Bridget Turner, Marcia Warren, and Nigel Havers in the cast. Alan Ayckbourn was also director.
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My job is entertainment. I'm not there to get across any great messages. I don't want to be Prime Minister; I just want to be an actor, make people laugh, make people cry and say other people's lines. And if I believe in the lines, then I'm going to do the show to the best of my ability.
After six years in the Merchant Navy, he jumped ship in New Zealand and worked in a car plant for a year. He was eventually caught and spent three months in military detention, before being repatriated back to Britain. There, he took a course in design at the BBC, while making money doing various jobs, ranging from stage hand to butcher, hairdresser to door-to-door salesman.