Hadrian VII. Written by Peter Luke. Based on "Hadrian the Seventh" and other works by Fr. Rolfe. Directed by Peter Dews. Helen Hayes Theatre: 8 Jan 1969- 15 Nov 1969 (359 performances + 10 previews). Produced by Lester Osterman Productions (Lester Osterman, Richard Horner, Lawrence Kasha), Bill Freedman and Charles Kasher.
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The whole of my career, such as it has been, has been an attempt to explore and enlarge whatever natural gifts I may have, and by the day-to-day practice of those natural gifts, to try to expand and polish them. I like investigating and, if possible, creating, or least examining, all sorts of human characteristics. To that extent, my favorite role is always the next one.
Following his debut in the classic television series The Fugitive
(1963) as Lt. Gerard - the relentless pursuer of the falsely accused Dr. Richard Kimble - he was given the moniker "The most hated man in America."
Known for his ability to mimic various foreign accents