He acted in John Osborne's play, "Inadmissible Evidence," at the Royal Court Theatre in London, England in 1964 and at Wyndham's theatre in London, England in 1965 in an English Stage Company production with Arthur Lowe, Sheila Allen Ann Beach, Natasha Pyne, John Hurt, Cyril Raymond, Clare Kelly, Coral Atkins, and Eleanor Fazan...
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I can understand people's pain, passion, fear, hurt, and I can mirror it and set it up for them to look at.
When Roman Polanski
was casting his Macbeth
(1971), his co-screenwriter Kenneth Tynan
suggested Williamson for the title role. Tynan was an great admirer of Williamson, but Polanski turned him down because he thought Williamson lacked sex appeal. Williamson later played Macbeth in London and New York and for the BBC.