He acted in John Peacock's play, "Reflections," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Dorothy Tutin, Gordon Gostelow, Jeffery Kissoon, and Margery Mason in the cast. Keith Hack was director.
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[from an interview in 1988] Being typed as the one who constantly plays the crazy, mixed-up person is something I vehemently deny. I love playing the heavies, like Blofeld in You Only Live Twice
(1967); they're usually larger than life and are the characters that most people remember. But as my career has progressed, more and more I'm the good guy chasing after the crazy, mixed-up people. I'm ...
He served in WWII as an RAF radio operator before being shot down over Germany and becoming a POW.