(voice, as Micheál Mac Liammóir)
He acted in Thom Ross's play, "The Importance of Being Oscar," at the Apollo Theatre in London, England. Hilton Edwards was director.
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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.