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|Also Known As:||Died:||April 6, 2010|
|Born:||July 16, 1939||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||London, England, GB||Profession:||Cast ...|
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Stage directing debut, "The Scarecrow" at Royal Court Theatre in London
Made stage acting debut in "Lysander"
Made NY stage debut in "Chips With Everything"
Film acting debut as Roper in "A Man For All Seasons"
TV-movie debut, "David Copperfield" (NBC)
Co-starred in "Four Weddings and a Funeral"
Founded Moving Theater with sister Vanessa
Co-directed and starred in "The Flag"
Headlined the production of a lost Tennessee Williams' play "Not About Nightingales" which premiered in London
Had featured role in the British miniseries "Ultraviolet" (aired in the US on the Sci-Fi Channel in 2000)
Returned to the NY stage in "Not About Nightingales"; earned a Tony Award nomination
Co-starred with wife Kira Markham and sister Vanessa in the London stage production of "Song at Twilight"
Had featured role in "Honest"; film proved a disappointment in England and was pulled after less than a week's run in theaters
With Vanessa, co-starred in "The Cherry Orchard" at London's National Theatre
Co-starred with John Wood in the London stage revival of Pinter's "No Man's Land"
Cast in the thriller "Close Your Eyes"
Appeared in the British TV drama, "The Girl in the Café"; directed by Richard Curtis and starred Bill Nighy and Kelly Macdonald
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