Appeared in John Mortimer
's adaptation of Georges Feydeau
's play, "Cat Among the Pigeons!," at the Prince of Wales' Theatre in London, England. with Elizabeth Seal, Richard Briers and Murray Melvin in the cast. Charon was director.
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When I started out in life I wanted to teach. I said I want to teach that this planet rises at 7:10 a.m. and it sets at 6:42 p.m., the sun doesn't move. If I can teach that, may be all these little kids growing up would realize we are one thing, there is no north and south, no Scotland, Ireland, Wales, there is one planet and we are all on it and we all have to look after that and look after each...
Won Broadway's 1965 Tony Award as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Musical) for "Oh, What a Lovely War."