His credits at the Nuffield Studio, Southampton include: Shakespeare's "Henry IV" Part I (1982), "Welcome Home" by Tony Marchant
, "Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead" by Tom Stoppard
(both 1983), "The Bundle" by Edward Bond
(1984), and "Class Enemy" by Nigel Williams
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Andy Serkis and The Blockheads
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"We didn't want to anthropomorphize him to the point where we were explaining every single little gesture. Gorillas, both in captivity and the wild, have an enigmatic quality - a sense of disconnect, of otherness" - on his title character in King Kong
His mother, Lylie (Weech), is British, and taught handicapped children. His father, Clement Serkis, a doctor, was born in Iraq, of Armenian descent.