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  • (October 1956) Stage play: Electra, by Jean Giraudoux. Roles: Second Servant, Beggar. Directed by Frank Hauser. Cast included Mary Morris, Catherine Lacey, Gary Raymond, Pat Keen, and Susan Hampshire. Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, England.
  • (November 1956) Stage play: The Numbered, by Elias Canetti. Role: Man. Directed by Minos Volanakis. Cast included Pat Keen, Keith Baxter, Gary Raymond, and Frank Windsor. Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, England.
  • (January 1957) Stage play: Medea, by Jean Anouilh. Role: Guard. Directed by Frank Hauser. Cast included: Joan Miller, Pat Keen, and Stephen John. Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, England.
  • (February 1957) Stage play: Frost at Midnight, by Andre Obey. Role: Hodge. Directed by Frank Hauser. Cast included: Prunella Scales, Gary Raymond, and Ian Hendry. Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, England.
  • (March 1957) Stage play: Lysistrata, by Aristophanes, translated by Dudley Fitts. Roles: Maronios, Spartan Herald. Directed by Minos Volanakis. Cast included: Constance Cummings, Pat Keen, Prunella Scales, Gary Raymond, and Ian Hendry. Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, England.
  • (May 1957) Stage play: Change in the Wind, by Georges Neveux. Role: Sebastien. Directed by David Buxton. Cast included: Pat Keen, Ian Hendry, Prunella Scales, and Peter Bowles. Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, England.
  • (December 1957) Stage play: Lysistrata, by Aristophanes, translated by Dudley Fitts. Roles: Strymodoros, Spartan Herald. Directed by Minos Volanakis. Cast included: Joan Greenwood, Natasha Parry, Gary Raymond, and Ronald Barker. Royal Court Theatre, London.
  • (April 1960) Stage play: Needle in the Mind, by R. Vernon Beste. Role: Jim Hailey. Directed by Oscar Quitak. Cast included: Joanna Dunham and Marjorie Rhodes. Lyric Theatre, London.
  • (June 1961) Stage play: You Prove It, by Colin Morris. Role: George Baker. Directed by Gilchrist Calder. Cast included: Ronald Shiner, Peter Vaughan, Mark Eden, Jack Rodney, and Thora Hird. St. Martin's Theatre, London.
  • (July 1964) Stage play: See How They Run, by Philip King. Role: The Intruder. Directed by Alexander Dore. Cast included: Derek Nimmo, John Standing, and Philip King. Vaudeville Theatre, London.
  • (2009) Audiobook: Doctor Who: The Mind of Evil, by Don Houghton. Role: George Patrick Barnham. Cast included Jon Pertwee, Katy Manning, Roger Delgado, Nicholas Courtney, Michael Sheard, Pik Sen Lim, and Richard Franklin. Original soundtrack. Linking narration by Richard Franklin. BBC Audio.
  • (1965) Audio Recording: Samson Agonistes, by John Milton. Role: Harapha of Gath. Directed by Peter Wood. Cast included Michael Redgrave, Faith Brook, and Max Adrian. Caedmon Records.
  • (June 1965) Stage play: A Month in the Country, by Ivan Turgenev. English version by Emlyn Williams. Role: Matvei. Directed by Michael Redgrave. Cast included: Ingrid Bergman, Michael Redgrave, Daniel Massey, and Max Adrian. Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford.
  • (June 1965) Stage play: Samson Agonistes, by John Milton. Role: Harapha. Directed by Michael Redgrave. Cast included: Michael Redgrave, Daniel Massey, Faith Brook, and Fay Compton. Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford.
  • (March 1966) Stage play: Arsenic and Old Lace, by Joseph Kesselring. Role: Jonathan Brewster. Directed by Murray Macdonald. Cast included: Sibyl Thorndyke, Athene Seyler, Richard Briers, and Desmond Walter-Ellis. Vaudeville Theatre, London.
  • (January 1970) Stage play: The Rough and Ready Lot, by Alun Owen. Role: Captain O'Keefe. Directed by Alan Vaughan Williams. Cast included: Glyn Houston, Jim Norton, and John Barron. Greenwich Theatre, London.
  • (June 1970) Stage play: The Hostage, by Brendan Behan. Role: Rio Rita. Directed by Alan Vaughan Williams. Cast included: Nik Zaran and Mary Duddy. Greenwich Theatre, London.
  • (December 1970) Stage play: Dick Turpin, by Anthony Loynes and Ron Peniber. Role: Mr. Smears. Directed by Sally Miles. Cast included: Gary Raymond, David Collings, and Bernard Padden. Mermaid Theatre, London.
  • (May 1971) Stage play: Disabled, by Peter Ransley. Role: Nurse Johnson. Directed by Vivian Matalon. Cast included: Leonard Rossiter, Peter McEnery, and Pauline Yates. Hampstead Theatre Club, London.
  • (July 1976) Stage play: Black Comedy, by Peter Shaffer. Role: Colonel Melkett. Directed by Paul Giovanni. Cast included: Peter Machin, Timothy Dalton, and Gemma Craven. Shaw Theatre, London.
  • (Sept 1980) Stage play: Loot, by Joe Orton. Role: Mr. McLeavy. Directed by Kenneth Williams. Cast included: John Malcolm, Joan Blackham, and Rory Edwards. Lyric Studio, London.
  • (February 1982) Stage play: Chee-Chee, by Luigi Pirandello. Role: Commander Squatriglia. Directed by Vladimir Mirodan. Cast included: Kevin Moore and Barbara Berkery. King's Head Theatre, London.
  • (1964) Television Play: House of Glass, by Mike Watts. Role: Guardsman Pollack. Cast included Leonard Rossiter, Nicholas Pennell, Bill Owen, and Douglas Livingstone. Directed by Michael Currer-Briggs. Rediffusion TV. Never screened; believed lost.
  • (1966) He acted in Joseph Kesselring's play, "Arsenic and Old Lace", at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with Sybil Thorndike, Athene Seyler, Derek Farr, Muriel Pavlow, Desmond Walter-Ellis and Lewis Casson in the cast.
  • (Sept 1958) Stage play: Cuchulain: Five Short Plays, by W.B. Yeats. Role: Cuchulain. Directed by Meryl Gourley. Cast included: David Nowlan, Kevin Murphy, and Laurie Morton. Music by Kathleen Watkins (trad. Irish harp). The Irish Festival Players as part of the Edinburgh Festival, Regent Hall, Abbeymount, Edinburgh, Scotland.

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