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(April 1998): He played "Barnabus Goche" in "The Herbal Bed", a play by Peter Whelan (Eugene O'Neill Theatre, New York City, USA).

Starred as Elliot Chase in the 1990 Broadway revival of Noel Coward's "Private Lives".

Henry Higgins in 'My Fair Lady" (Paper Mill Playhouse, New Jersey 1991).

the voice of the wheat side of Frosted Mini Wheats TV commercials (2001-2002)

(June 2002): Plays Sir Francis Chesney in "Where's Charley?" musical by Frank Loesser and George Abbott, based on "Charley's Aunt" by Brandon Thomas (Adams Memorial Theater, Williamstow, Massachussets, USA).

Print ads for the Diamond Information Center's "The Man's Diamond: The Gift of Success" campaign. (1986)

(1978) Played Authur Dent in the original radio version of "The Hitchhikers' Guide to the Galaxy" - a role he reprised for television.

Radio (2005): Played "Arthur Dent" in the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Tertiary, Quandary and Quintessential Phases on BBC Radio 4.

(2007) Appeared in the role of Kurt Weill for a concert version of "Kurt and Lenya in Their Own Words" with Isabella Rossellini as Lotte Lenya for The American Musicals Project at New York Historical Society, directed by Scott Alan Evans (2007).

(2007) Took part in a benefit for New York's Lincoln Center Theater -- as Nick Pym in a staged reading of Wendy Wasserstein's "The Sisters Rosensweig", with Edie Falco, Stockard Channing, Christine Baranski and Robert Klein in the cast. Directed by Daniel J. Sullivan (2007).

Guest on radio program, "28 Acts in 28 minutes", along with Geoff McGivern, Andrew Sachs, Will Smith, and Neil Innes (among others). Finale was a one-minute scene from Episode One of Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. The show was produced by Ed Morrish for BBC Radio 4, and recorded live, with an audience, at The Drill Hall, Chenies Street, London. (2007)

(2005) Traveled to Singapore to appear as "Robert" in Harold Pinter's "Betrayal", along with fellow New York actor Peter Friedman, and Indian film star Shabana Azmi, for a one-month engagement at Singapore Repertory Theatre (2005).

Played 'Sexton Blake' in UK radio series pilot, "The Adventures of Sexton Blake", directed by Dirk Maggs for Perfectly Norman Productions. (2006)

(2006) Panelist (with veteran TV newsreader Anna Ford, Poet Laureate of Wales Gwyneth Lewis, and comedian/lecturer Mark Steele) on two programs of "Quote/Unquote", devised and presented by Nigel Rees, produced by Tilusha Ghelani, for BBC Radio 4. (2006)

Performed in "Good Songs for Bad Times", an entertainment devised by Barry Day, with musical director, Steve Ross at the Bruno Walter Auditorium, New York Public Library. This concert was also presented as part of the 2006 Chicago Humanities Festival, and again at New York City's Players Club in 2007.

(2006) Played "Reginald Paget" in Ronald Harwood's "Quartet", with Paul Hecht, Kaye Ballard and Siân Phillips in the cast. Directed by Jack Hofsiss, for the Bay Street Theatre, Sag Harbor, Long Island, NY (2006).

(2006) Starred as "Jack" in David Storey's "Home" -- with Larry Keith, Cynthia Harris & Cynthia Darlow -- produced by TACT at the Becket Theatre, Theatre Row, 42nd Street, New York City, directed by Scott Alan Evans, and described by the New York Times as an "...Achingly beautiful production ...exquisite performances" (2006).

The voice of Mr. March in Focus on the Family Radio Theatre's production of "Little Women"

(2007) Played "Christopher Gore" in the American debut of Brian Friel's "The Home Place", at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, MN. (2007)

(1974) He acted in Peter Luke's play, "Bloomsbury", at the Phoenix Theatre in London, England with Daniel Massey, Moyra Fraser, Penelope Wilton, John Hart Dyke, Yvonne Mitchell and Clive Francis in the cast. Richard Cottrell was the director.

Starred with Glenn Close, Sam Waterston and Mary Beth Hurt in Michael Frayn's "The Benefactors", on Broadway from December 1985 to June 1986.

(1997) He acted in T.S. Eliot's play, "The Cocktail Party", at the King's Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland with David Bamber, Suzanne Burden, Maggie Steed and Clive Merrison in the cast. Philip Franks was the director.

Blithe Spirit, Shubert Theatre, Broadway

(February 26, 2009-July 16, 2009) He acted in Noel Coward's play, "Blithe Spirit", at the Shubert Theatre in New York City, New York with Angela Lansbury, Rupert Everett, Christine Ebersole, Jayne Atkinson and Deborah Rush in the cast. Michael Blakemore was the director.

(1977) He acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "Candida", at the Albery Theatre in London, England with Deborah Kerr, Denis Quilley, Maureen Lipman, Leslie Sands and Patrick Ryecart in the cast. Michael Blakemore was the director.

(1978-1979) He acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "The Millionairess", at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Penelope Keith, Nigel Hawthorne, Charles Kay, Angharad Rees and Ian Ogilvy in the cast. Michael Lindsay-Hogg was the director.

Narrated the Bartimaeus Trilogy.

(1976) He acted in John O'Keefe's play, "Wild Oats", in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Alan Howard, Zoë Wanamaker, Lisa Harrow, Norman Rodway, Jeremy Irons, Joe Melia, Ben Cross and Eve Pearce in the cast. Clifford Williams was the director.

(1978) He acted in Peter Nichols' play, "Privates on Parade", in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Piccadilly Theatre in London, England with Denis Quilley, Nigel Hawthorne and Ian Gelder in the cast. Michael Blakemore was the director.

(1974) He acted in Peter Luke's play, "Bloomsbury", at the Phoenix Theatre in London, England with Yvonne Mitchell, Daniel Massey, Moyra Fraser, Penelope Wilton, John Hart Dyke and Clive Francis in the cast. Richard Cottrell was the director.

(1997) He acted in T.S. Eliot's play, "The Cocktail Party," in a Royal Lyceum Theatre Company production at the King's Theatre in Edinburgh, Scotland with David Bamber, Suzanne Burden, Maggie Steed, and Clive Merrison in the cast. Philip Franks was director.


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