1999: Narration of the play 'Ship Of Fools' for the English 'Miracle Theatre Company'
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It was the breakthrough moment for me but it wasn't shown very widely because it had a homosexual theme to it. It was a risky part to take, but then I was very political and, although I am not gay myself, I really did care about the trouble my gay friends were having. People were being put in prison, beaten up, blackmailed, so when that job came up I thought, 'I'm going to play it as a man who is...
Edgy, pale-skinned, eclectic Brit character actor who had an affinity for eccentric behavior. Originally with the avant-garde, experimental theater group Theatre Workshop Company, he became a cult item with the ground-breaking gay film The Leather Boys
(1964) in which he played a gay biker. Also known for his tough blokes and offbeat villainy on TV.