He directed Gabriel Arout's translation and adaptation of Anton Chekhov's story, "Beware of the Dog," at the St. Martin's Theatre in London, England with John Neville, Ann Bell, Daphne Goddard, Dudley Jones and Geoffrey Whitehead in the cast.
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Serious-looking character actor, educated in France and Ireland. Studied acting at the London Theatre School. First on stage in Peter Ustinov's debut play 'House of Regrets'. On screen from 1952, effectively portraying men of quiet determination or sinister intent, often in period dramas or thrillers. Notable on TV as Aramis, one of the Three Musketeers, in The Man in the Iron Mask