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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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1961:
Stage directing debut, "The Scarecrow" at Royal Court Theatre in London
1962:
Made stage acting debut in "Lysander"
1963:
Made NY stage debut in "Chips With Everything"
1966:
Film acting debut as Roper in "A Man For All Seasons"
1970:
TV-movie debut, "David Copperfield" (NBC)
1994:
Co-starred in "Four Weddings and a Funeral"
1994:
Founded Moving Theater with sister Vanessa
1994:
Co-directed and starred in "The Flag"
1998:
Headlined the production of a lost Tennessee Williams' play "Not About Nightingales" which premiered in London
1998:
Had featured role in the British miniseries "Ultraviolet" (aired in the US on the Sci-Fi Channel in 2000)
1999:
Returned to the NY stage in "Not About Nightingales"; earned a Tony Award nomination
1999:
Co-starred with wife Kira Markham and sister Vanessa in the London stage production of "Song at Twilight"
2000:
Had featured role in "Honest"; film proved a disappointment in England and was pulled after less than a week's run in theaters
2000:
With Vanessa, co-starred in "The Cherry Orchard" at London's National Theatre
2001:
Co-starred with John Wood in the London stage revival of Pinter's "No Man's Land"
2004:
Cast in the thriller "Close Your Eyes"
2005:
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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