His Royal Shakespeare Company credits include:
Philip the Bastard in "King John" and Vernon/Duke of Clarence in "The Plantagenets" (1988).
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You never have any control over what people write or what they think, but there is a sense of me as a working-class lad done very well. I don't know where that comes from . . . It's partly to do with One Summer
(1983), the first thing I ever did, which is a very gritty piece of work; it was quite romantic, but it was about two poverty-stricken inner-city kids. People get confused, and think that ...
He and his wife have a daughter named Anna and a son named Albie.