Played "Guy Bennett" - 1930s public school boy turned notorious Russian spy - in Julian Mitchell
's award-winning play, "Another Country", at the Queen's Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, UK (1982).
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Every single film since [Pride and Prejudice
(1995)] there's been a scene where someone goes, "Well I think you've just killed Mr Darcy". But he is a figure that won't die. He is wandering somewhere. I can't control him. I tried to play with it in Bridget Jones's Diary
(2001). I've never resented it: if it wasn't for him I might be languishing, but part of me thinks I should do this postmodern ...
Contributed a short story, "The Department of Nothing", to the collection "Speaking With the Angel", edited by Nick Hornby. Colin Firth starred in the film adaptation of Hornby's semi-autobiographical novel, Fever Pitch