He acted in William Gaminara's play, "Back Up the Hearse and Let Them Sniff The Flowers," at the Hampstead Theatre in London, England with Debra Gillett, Paul Bown, Danny Webb, and Christopher Fairbank in the cast. John Dove was director.
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The first job I ever did was Equus on stage, as the boy, and I was 17, and we opened the show with me naked in the spotlight being examined by doctors. That was my entrance to the stage, so anything after that was easy. Also, for some reason, nudity was never shameful, it was never brought up in my household when I was a kid, there was no 'dirty, dirty sex'. It's not like we all ran around naked ...
The name, Purefoy, is originally Norman French and literally means "good faith" or "my word or bond is in good faith." Some Purefoys went to England during the Norman Conquest and others emigrated to England as French Huguenot expatriates in the fifteenth century.