He acted in Terence Rattigan's play, "The Deep Blue Sea," at the Apollo Theatre in London, England with Penelope Wilton and Nicholas Jones in the cast. Karel Reisz was director.
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The Vikings themselves are fascinating creatures. They're human beings, of course, but their ethos are so different from ours. The fact that they live as warriors - their willingness to die for the sake of what they believe in - is quite shocking to us, and it's fascinating to see.
(1994) and the BBC wartime drama Seaforth
(1994), Roache gave up acting and spent 18 months in India, where he discovered spiritual meditation.