His Royal Shakespeare Company credits include:
Richard Stanley in "The Man Who Came to Dinner", a footman in "The Constant Couple", Edgar in "King Lear", Donalbain/Cream-Faced Loon in "Macbeth", Ferdinand in "The Tempest", "Tom Thumb", "All God's Chillun", "Macbett" (1988), and Frederick in "Les Enfants Du Paradis" (1996, directed by Simon Callow
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Did You Know?
In the July 4, 2001 Newswatch, Wild West End column: "There was one woman whom I was absolutely infatuated with, but she had no interest in me. I was very young at the time and thought the way to prove my love was to write a book for her. It ran for pages and pages and I had it bound in leather to give to her. But it still didn't have the desired effect."
In 1997, Purefoy was voted "hunk of the year" by a British television magazine.