(1964) He acted in Patrick Peterson's play, "The Roses Are Real," at the Vaudeville
Theatre in London, England with Mary Kerridge, Thorley Waters, and Hilton Edwards in the cast. Hilton Edwards was also director.
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Micheal Mac Liammóir | Micheál Mac Liammóir | Micheal MacLiammoir | Alfred Willmore
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[describing 16-year-old Orson Welles' audition for Dublin's Gate Theatre]It was an astonishing performance, wrong from beginning to end, but with all the qualities of fine acting rearing their way through a chaos of inexperience. His diction was practically perfect; his personality, in spite of fantastic antics...
A young Simon Callow was MacLiammoir's dresser when the actor was touring with his one man show, The Importance of Being Oscar, in Ireland.