Performed "Rogues and Vagabonds", a 60-minute audio drama for radio, including excerpts from the works of Shakespeare, Dickens, Shaw, and several vignettes depicting theatrical history.
2 Print Biographies |
6 Interviews |
7 Articles |
5' 10" (1.78 m)
Did You Know?
Of his role as "Lt. Gerard" on TV's The Fugitive
(1963): I grew very used to having elderly ladies thrash at me with their handbags and say 'You rotten mean man! Why don't you leave that nice doctor alone?'.
His meeting with George Bernard Shaw
at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts exerted a long-lasting influence on Morse's life and culminated in his being appointed artistic director of the Shaw Festival of Canada in 1966. He also portrayed Shaw in later years in one- and two-person stage shows. Wife Sydney Sturgess
was also renowned for her work in Shavian plays.
Known for his ability to mimic various foreign accents