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  • (1975) He acted in Sir Alan Ayckbourn's play, "The Norman Conquests," at the Globe Theatre in London, England with Sir Tom Courtenay, Felicity Kendal CBE, Sir Michael Gambon, Penelope Keith CBE, Mark Kingston, Penelope Wilton OBE for Bridget Turner, Sheila Ballantine, Ivor Danvers, Brigit Forsyth, Julian Holloway, and Julia McKenzie in the cast.
  • (1985) He acted in Michael Meyer's translation of Henrik Ibsen's play, "Little Eyolf," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Diana Rigg, Cheryl Campbell, Anne Dyson, and Paul Moriarty in the cast. Clare Davidson was director.
  • (1965) He acted in John Arden's play, "Armstrong's Last Goodnight," in a Chichester Festival Theatre production at the National Theatre at the Chichester in Chichester, Sussex, England with Albert Finney, Geraldine McEwan, Ian McKellen, Robert Stephens, and Michael York in the cast. John Dexter and Peter Gaskill were directors.
  • (1990) He acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "The Cherry Orchard," at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Judi Dench, Bernard Hill, and Michael Gough in the cast.
  • (1965) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Much Ado About Nothing," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Maggie Smith, Robert Stephens, Albert Finney, Derek Jacobi, Ian McKellen, Lynn Redgrave, Edward Petherbridge, Frank Finlay, Michael York, and Christopher Timothy in the cast. Franco Zeffirelli was director.
  • (1966) He acted in Sean O'Casey's play, "Juno and the Paycock," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Colin Blakely, Joyce Redman, Mike Gambon, Frank Finlay, Madge Ryan, Anthony Hopkins (played Irregular Mobiliser), and Christopher Timothy in the cast. Laurence Olivier was director.
  • (1966) He acted in William Congreve's play, "Love for Love," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Laurence Olivier, Geraldine McEwan, Edward Hardwicke, Miles Malleson, and Joyce Redman in the cast. Peter Wood was director.
  • (1967) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "As You Like It," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Jeremy Brett, John Stride (played Audrey), Charles Kay, Robert Stephens, Derek Jacobi, and Oliver Cotton in the cast. Clifford Williams was director.
  • (1967) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "As You Like It," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Jeremy Brett, Anthony Hopkins (played Audrey), Charles Kay, Robert Stephens, Derek Jacobi, and Oliver Cotton in the cast. Clifford Williams was director.
  • (1967) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Much Ado About Nothing," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Robert Stephens, Joan Plowright, Derek Jacobi, Gerald James, John McEnery, Edward Petherbridge, Frank Finlay, and Christopher Timothy in the cast. Franco Zeffirelli was director.
  • (1967) He acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "Three Sisters," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Robert Stephens, Joan Plowright, John Stride, Jeanne Watts, Louise Purnell, Sheila Reid, and Derek Jacobi in the cast. Laurence Olivier was director.
  • (1967) He acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "Three Sisters," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Robert Stephens, Joan Plowright, Anthony Hopkins, Jeanne Watts, Louise Purnell, Sheila Reid, and Derek Jacobi in the cast. Laurence Olivier was director.
  • (1967) He acted in Tom Stoppard's play, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with John Stride, Edward Petherbridge, and Graham Crowden in the cast. Goldby was director.
  • (1967) He acted in William Congreve's play, "Love for Love," in a National Theatre Production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Laurence Olivier, Geraldine McEwan, Joyce Redman, Miles Malleson, Anthony Nicholls, John Stride, Robert Lang, Edward Hardwicke, Richard Warwick, Jeanne Watts, Barbara Hicks, Oliver Cotton, and Petronella Barker in the cast. Peter Wood was director.
  • (1968) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "As You Like It," in a National Theatre Production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Jeremy Brett, John Stride (played Audrey), Charles Kay, Robert Stephens, Derek Jacobi, and Oliver Cotton in the cast. Clifford Williams was director.
  • (1968) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Love's Labour's Lost," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Jeremy Brett, Derek Jacobi, Joan Plowright, Charles Kay, John McEnery, Sheila Reid, and Louise Purnell in the cast. Laurence Olivier was director.
  • (1968) He acted in Seneca's play, "Oedipus," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with John Gielgud, Irene Worth, Colin Blakely, Anna Carteret, Oliver Cotton, Jane Lapotaire, Louise Purnell, Gary Waldhorn, and Benjamin Whitrow in the cast. Peter Brook was director.
  • (January 23, 1969) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Love's Labours Lost," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Jeremy Brett, Derek Jacobi, Joan Plowright, Charles Kay, John McEnery, Sheila Reid, and Louise Purnell in the cast. Laurence Olivier was director.
  • (1969) He acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "Back to Methuselah," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Derek Jacobi, Louise Purnell, Judy Wilson, Frank Wylie, Robert Lang, Gillian Barge, Philip Locke, Paul Curran, Gerald James, Bernard Gallagher, Jeanne Watts, Charles Kay, Anna Carteret, Felicity Kendal, and Joan Plowright in the cast. Clifford Williams and Donald MacKechnie were directors. Ralph Koltai was designer.
  • (1969) He acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "Three Sisters," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Robert Stephens, Joan Plowright, Derek Jacobi, Laurence Olivier, Jeanne Watts, Louise Purnell, and Sheila Reid in the cast. Laurence Olivier was director.
  • (September 1969) He acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "Three Sisters," in a National Theatre Company production at the Theatre Royal in Brighton, East Sussex, England with Alan Bates, Daphne Heard, Derek Jacobi, Laurence Olivier, Joan Plowright, Louise Purnell, Sheila Reid, and Jeanne Watts in the cast. Laurence Olivier was also director.
  • (1970) He acted in George Farquhar's play, "The Beaux Strategem," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Maggie Smith, Robert Stephens, and Derek Jacobi in the cast. William Gaskill was director.
  • (1970) He acted in Simon Gray's stage adaptation of Fydor Dostoievsky's novel, "The Idiot," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Derek Jacobi, Tom Baker, Edward Hardwicke, Louise Purnell, Tom Georgeson, Frank Barrie, Diane Cilento, Benjamin Whitrow, and David Ryall in the cast. Anthony Quayle was director. Josef Svoboda was designer.
  • (1970) He acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "A Shorter Back To Methusalah," in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Louise Purnell, Gabrielle Laye, Charles Kay, David Ryall, Jane Lapotaire, Gillian Barge, Bernard Gallagher, Joan Plowright, and Anna Carteret in the cast. Donald MacKechnie was director.
  • (1970) He acted in Georges Farquhar's play, "The Beaux Strategem," in a National Theatre production at the Cambridge Theatre in London, England with Maggie Smith, Robert Stephens, and Jeanne Watts in the cast. William Gaskill was director.
  • (1971) He acted in George Bernard Shaw's play, "Mrs Warren's Profession", in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Coral Browne, Sarah Badel and Bill Fraser in the cast. Ronald Eyre was the director.
  • (1971) He acted in Carl Zuckmayer's play, "The Captain of Kopenick," in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Paul Scofield (first role in the National Theatre), Jim Dale, Denis Quilley, John Moffatt, Benjamin Whitrow, Gerald James, Michael Turner, David Ryall, Bill Fraser, William Hobbs, Riggs O'Hara, Bernard Gallagher, Hazel Hughes, Jeanne Watts, Peter Duncan, Maureen Lipman, Anthony Nicholls, Harry Lomax, and Kenneth Mackintosh in the cast. Frank Dunlop was director.
  • (1971) He acted in Carl Zuckmayer's play, "The Captain of Kopenick," in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Paul Scofield (first role in the National Theatre), Jim Dale, Bill Fraser, Hazel Hughes, Jane Lapotaire, Charles Kay, Bernard Gallagher, John Moffatt, Edward Hardwicke, Peter Duncan, Anthony Nicholls, Gerald James, and Michael Turner in the cast. Frank Dunlop was director.
  • (1971) He acted in Georg Buchner's play, "Danton's Death," in a National Theatre production at the New Theatre in London, England with Christopher Plummer, Gillian Barge, Louise Purnell, Tom Georgeson, Charles Kay, and Anna Carteret in the cast. Jonathan Miller was director.
  • (1971) He acted in Eugene O'Neill's play, "Long Day's Journey Into Night," in a National Theatre production at the New Theatre in London, England with Laurence Olivier, Constance Cummings, and Denis Quilley in the cast. Michael Blakemore was director.
  • (1972) He acted in Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The School for Scandal," in the National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Paul Curran and Louise Purnell in the cast. Jonathan Miller was director.
  • (1972) He acted in Eugene O'Neill's play, "Long Day's Journey Into Night," in the National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Laurence Olivier, Constance Cummings, and Denis Quilley in the cast. Michael Blakemore was director.
  • (1972) He acted in Eugene O'Neill's play, "Long Day's Journey Into Night," in the National Theatre production at the New Theatre in London, England with Laurence Olivier, Constance Cummings, and Denis Quilley in the cast. Michael Blakemore was director.
  • (June 1971 - January 1972) He acted in the Repertoire Season in the National Theatre production in Georg Buchner's play, "Danton's Death;" Adrian Mitchell's play, "Tyger;" Jean Giraudoux's play, "Amphitryon 38;" Luigi Pirandello's play, "The Rules of the Game;" and Eugene O'Neill's play, "Long Day's Journey Into Night;" at the New Theatre in London, England with Tom Baker, Anna Carteret, Constance Cummings, Bill Fraser, Geraldine McEwan, Laurence Olivier, Joan Plowright, Christopher Plummer, Denis Quilley, Paul Scofield, and Benjamin Whitrow in the cast.
  • (1973) He acted in Trevor Griffith's play, "The Party," in the National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Laurence Olivier (his last role with the National), Frank Finlay, Denis Quilley, John Shrapnel, and Anna Carteret in the cast. John Dexter was director.
  • (1972) He played Malcolm in William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" in the National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Anthony Hopkins, Diana Rigg, Maureen Lipman, Alan MacNaughtan, John Shrapnel, Denis Quilley, Gawn Grainger, Louise Purnell, Nicholas Clay, David Ryall, Benjamin Whitrow, Clive Merrison, Jeanne Watts, Jeremy Clyde, and David Bradley in the cast. Michael Blakemore was director.
  • (March 1972 - January 1973) He acted in the Repertoire Season in the National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England in Tom Stoppard's play, "Jumpers;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Richard II," and "Macbeth;" Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The School for Scandal;" Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur's play, "The Front Page;" John Ford's play, "Tis Pity She's A Whore;" and Eugene O'Neill's play, "Long Day's Journey Into Night;" with Anna Carteret, Graham Crowden, Constance Cummings, Anthony Hopkins, Michael Hordern, Maureen Lipman, Alan MacNaughtan, Laurence Olivier, Louise Purnell, Denis Quilley, Diana Rigg, John Shrapnel, and Benjamin Whitrow in the cast.
  • (January 1973 - February 1974) He acted in the Repertoire Season in the National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England in Moliere's play, "The Misanthrope;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Macbeth" and "Measure for Measure;" Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur's play, "The Front Page;" Tom Stoppard's play, "Jumpers;" Anton Chekhov's play, "The Cherry Orchard;" Peter Shaffer's play, "Equus;" Euripedes's play, "The Bacchae;" Eduardo De Filippo's play, "Saturday Sunday Monday;" and Trevor Griffiths's play, "The Party;" with Laurence Olivier, Diana Rigg, Anthony Hopkins, Alec McCowen, Constance Cummings, Denis Quilley, Joan Plowright, Frank Finlay, Martin Shaw, Michael Hordern, Peter Firth, Benjamin Whitrow, Maureen Lipman, Alan MacNaughtan, Anna Carteret, Clive Merrison, David Bradley, David Firth, Gawn Grainger, Jeanne Watts, John Shrapnel, Julian Curry, Louise Purnell, Nicholas Clay, Paul Curran, and Ram John Holder in the cast.
  • (1974) He acted in Trevor Griffiths's play, "The Party," in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Laurence Olivier (his last tole with the National), Frank Finlay, Denis Quilley John Shrapnel, and Anna Carteret in the cast. John Dexter was director.
  • (January 1974 - December 1974) He acted in the Repertoire Season in the National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England in Trevor Griffith's play, "The Party;" Eduardo De Filippo's play, "Saturday Sunday Monday;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Measure for Measure," "The Tempest," "Romeo and Juliet;" Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur's play, "The Front Page;" Peter Shaffer's play, "Equus;" Anton Chekhov's play, "The Cherry Orchard;" Frank Wedekind's play, "Spring Awakening;" Edward Clarke's play, "Next of Kin;" JB Priestley's play, "Eden End;" Beaumarchais's play, "The Marriage of Figaro;" Peter Nichols's play, "The Freeway;" and Rene Clair's play, "Grand Manoeuvres;" with Laurence Olivier, John Gielgud, Joan Plowright, Rachel Kempson, Alec McCowen, Arthur Lowe, Beryl Reid, Denis Quilley, Frank Finlay, Gemma Jones, Geoffrey Palmer, Graham Crowden, Irene Handl, James Laurenson, Jenny Agutter, Joan Hickson, John Shrapnel, Martin Shaw, Michael Kitchen, Peter Firth, Cyril Cusack, Alan MacNaugthan, Anna Carteret, Benjamin Whitrow, Christopher Guard, Clive Merrison, Constance Cummings, Dai Bradley, David Bradley, David Dixon, David Firth, Derek Godfrey, Gabrielle Day, Gawn Grainger, Gillian Barge, Howard Goorney, Hugh Thomas, Jane Carr, Jane Wenham, Jeanne Watts, Joseph O'Conor, Julian Curry, Julian Orchard, Julie Covington, Lesley Manville, Leslie Sands, Louise Purnell, Mark Dignam, Michael Feast, Michael Jayston, Nicholas Clay, Nicola Pagett, Patti Love, Paul Curran, Paul Rogers, Paul Scofield, Ram John Holder, Rupert Frazer, Veronica Quilligan, William Relton, and William Squire in the cast.
  • (January 1977 - December 1977) He acted in the Repertoire Season at the National Theatre in London, England in Odon Von Horvath and Christopher Hampton's play, "Tales from the Vienna Woods;" Edward Albee's play, "Counting the Ways;" Thomas Bernhard's play, "The Force of Habit;" Carlo Goldoni's play, "Il Campiello;" Christopher Marlowe's play, "Tamburlaine the Great;" Tom Stoppard's play, "Jumpers;" Noel Coward's play, "Blithe Spirit;" John Millington Synge's play, "Playboy of the Western World;" Harold Pinter's play, "No Man's Land;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Hamlet," "Julius Caesar;" Ben Jonson's play, "Volpone;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Bedroom Farce;" Harley Granville Barker's play, "The Madras House;" Robert Bolt's play, "The State of Revolution;" Sean O'Casey's play, "The Plough and the Stars;" Samuel Beckett's play, "Happy Days;" play, "The Passion;" play, "Sir is Winning;" play, "Judgement;" Georges Feydeau's play, "The Lady from Maxim's;" William Wycherley's play, "The Country Wife;" Julian Mitchell's play, "Half-Life;" John MacKendrick's play, "Lavender Blue;" Ferenc Molnar and Frank Marcus's play, "The Guardsman;" play, "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight;" Victor Hugo's play, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame; James Kirkup's play, "The Magic Drum" (produced by Phoenix Theatre of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England); Ben Jonson's play, "Devil is an Ass" and William Shakespeare's play, "Measure for Measure," (produced by the Birmingham Repertory Theatre in Birmingham, West Midlands, England); play, "Nas Palabras," (produced by the Nuria Espert Company); Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's musical, "Don Giovanni" (produced by the Glyndebourne Opera in Glyndebourne, Wales); Franz Kafka's play, "The Metamorphosis," and Edgar Allen Poe's play, "The Fall of the House of Usher" (produced by the London Theatre Group of London, England); play "Babel's Dancer" (produced by Moving Being Company); William Shakespeare's play, "Richard III Part II and the play, "Motocar" (produced by Paine's Plough Company) and Halleschen Uber company of West Berlin, West Gergmany; with Paul Scofield, John Gielgud, Ralph Richardson, Albert Finney, Peggy Ashcroft, Diana Rigg, John Neville, Ben Kingsley, Brian Cox, Denis Quilley, Barbara Jefford, Stephen Rea, J.G. Devlin, Beryl Reid, Elizabeth Spriggs, Ian Charleson, Joss Ackland, Cyril Cusack, Susan Fleetwood, Warren Clarke, Tom Wilkinson, Brian Blessed, Brenda Blethyn, Michael Bryant, Kenneth Cranham, Joan Hickson, Richard Johnson, Sara Kestelman, Susan Littler, Elspeth March, Michael Medwin, Stephen Moore, John Normington, Kate Nelligan, Hugh Paddick, Paul Rogers, Jane Asher, Tony Haygarth, Fulton Mackay, Dinah Stabb, Maria Aitken, Sylvia Coleridge, Oliver Cotton, Robert Eddison, Julian Glover, Michael Gough, Michael Kitchen, Peggy Mount, Ann Way, Brenda Fricker, Christopher Good, Edward Hardwicke, Isabel Dean, Richard Pearson, and Robin Bailey in the cast.
  • (1977) He acted in Harley Granville Barker's play, "The Madras House," in a National Theatre production at the Olivier Theatre in London, England with Paul Scofield, Elspeth March, Paul Rogers, Joss Ackland, Oliver Cotton, Brenda Blethyn, and Michael Medwin in the cast. William Gaskill was director.
  • (1971) He played the title role in a BBC audio production of William Shakespeare's "Hamlet".
  • (1997) He acted in David Hare's play, "Amy's View," in a Royal National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Judi Dench, Samantha Bond, and Joyce Redman in the cast. Richard Eyre was director.
  • (August 1997 - October 1997) He acted in the Royal National Theatre repertoire season at the Cottesloe Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Laurence Olivier in London, England in Henrik Ibsen's play, "An Enemy of the People;" Arnold Wesker's play, "Chips with Everything;" Tom Stoppard's play, "The Invention of Love;" Pierre De Marivaux's play, "Les Fausses Confidences," in a Comedie Francaise production; Samuel Beckett's play, "Oh Les Beaux Jours;" Frank Loesser's musical, "Guys and Dolls;" William Shakespeare's plays, "King Lear" and "Othello;" David Hare's play, "Amy's View;"and Patrick Marber's play, "Closer; with Simon Russell Beale, Maureen Beattie, Samantha Bond, Judi Dench, Jeffery Dench, Penny Downie, Julian Glover, David Harewood, James Hazeldine, Ciaran Hinds, Ian Holm, Collin Johnson, Finbar Lynch, Eddie Marsan, Ian McKellan, Iain Mitchell, Clive Owen, Trevor Peacock, Rupert Penry-Jones, Clarke Peters, Joyce Redman, Amanda Redman, Paul Rhys, Joanna Riding, Clifford Rose, Clive Rowe, Catherine Samie, Claire Skinner, Imelda Staunton, Timothy West, John Wood, and John Woodvine in the company.
  • (June 2000 - January 2001) He acted in the Royal National Theatre repertoire season at the Cottesloe Theatre, Laurence Olivier Theatre, and Lyttelton Theatre in London, England in Alan Ayckbourn's play, "House + Garden;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Romeo and Juliet," "Hamlet;" Arthur Miller's play, "All My Sons;" Ken Campbell's play, "History of the Comedy;" David Edgar's play,"Albert Speer;" Joe Penhall's play, "Blue/Orange;" Lisa Loomer's play,"The Waiting Room;" Ruth and Augustus Goetz's play, "The Heiress;" "Singin in the Rain;" Henrik Ibsen's play, "Peer Gynt;" Michael Frayn's play, "Noises Off;" Anton Chekhov's play, "The Cherry Orchard;" Zinnie Harris' play, "Further Than the Furthest Thing;" Yasmine Reza's play, "Life X 3;" Harold Pinter's play, "Remembrance of Things Past;" Neil Bartlett's play, "In Extremis;" and Oscar Wilde's play, "De Profundis;" with Roger Allam, Jane Asher, Shabana Azmi, Ann Bell, Suzanne Bertish, Eve Best, Susie Blake, Michael Bryant, Ken Campbell, Jonathan Cullen, Sorcha Cusack, Ben Daniels, Paola Dionisotti, Janine Duvitski, Chiwetel Ejiofor, David Haig, Sheila Hancock, Diana Hardcastle, James Hazeldine, Patricia Hodge, Alan Howard, Alex Jennings, Christine Kavanagh, Sara Kestelman, Beverley Klein, Peter Laird, Julie Legrand, Andrew Lincoln, Peter McEnery, Bill Nighy, Maxine Peake, Denis Quilley, Charlotte Randle, Corin Redgrave, Vanessa Redgrave, David Rintoul, Paul Robinson, Simon Russell Beale, Mark Rylance, Liza Sadovy, Michael Siberry, Imelda Staunton, Maggie Steed, Sian Thomas, and Julie Walters in the company.
  • (2013) He was interviewed by Toby Hadoke for the commentary track of his television debut The Tyrant of France (1964), an episode which was wiped by the BBC but now exists as an animated version combined with the soundtrack captured at the time of its transmission by a viewer.

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