He acted in Arnold Wesker's play, "The Friends," at the Roundhouse Theatre in London, England with John Bluthal, Anna Cropper, Susan Engel, Lynn Fairleigh, Victor Henry, and Ian Holm in the cast. Arnold Wesker was also director. Nicholas Georgiadis was designer.
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Roy Anthony Mould
6' 4" (1.93 m)
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On his television series "Airline": It was one of the most enjoyable programmes I ever made. Learning to fly those old DC-3s was terrific. And I enjoyed playing Ruskin enormously because he had hope. Of course, he was a pain up the tushie most of the time, but then you'd see that youthful desire to actually get out and triumph against enormous odds. I identified with that character the most.
Working full time in the theatre. Roy has chosen to devote his full attention to acting and directing on stage. His latest effort was his own production of "A Christmas Carol" that he not only directed but also played Scrooge. His days as Commander Adam Dalgliesh are surely over as the new BBC production of PD James' latest book "Death in Holy Orders" will star Martin Shaw as Dalgliesh.