He acted in Ben Travers's play, "Rookery Nook," at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London, England with Tom Courtenay, Peggy Mount, Lionel Jeffries, and Nichola McAuliffe in the cast.
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[speaking about his role in the 1992 movie Death Becomes Her] I play gay Eurotrash in that one. I was actually surprised to get the role because I wasn't working in big movies then. I was doing episodic stuff like Murder She Wrote and Murphy Brown. It was a very nice cameo. While we're shooting the scene I have with Meryl Streep early on in the movie, I asked her 'Would you mind if I touched your...
Was a serious contender for the role of James Bond on several occasions due to his appearances as The Saint. The closest he got, however, was playing a Bond-like character in a series of TV commercials.