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Also Known As: Died: November 12, 1995
Born: July 14, 1931 Cause of Death: complications from transplant surgery
Birth Place: Bristol, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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1946:
Began acting at age 15; participated in several regional tours in England (date approximate)
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Worked mainly in repertory theater after attending acting school
1956:
Joined his first major London company, the Royal Court Theater; acted in productions of "The Crucible" and "Look Back in Anger"
1961:
Feature film debut, "Circle of Deception"
1961:
First US Film, "Pirates of Tortuga"
1963:
Was a member of the company of the National Theater at the Old Vic
1968:
Stage directing debut, "A Most Unwarrantable Intrusion"
1969:
First lead in a feature film, "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie", opposite his then-wife Maggie Smith
1974:
First miniseries to air on U.S. TV, "QB VII"
1978:
Returned to the National Theater
1988:
Returned to US TV for the first times in a decade when he acted in the miniseries, "Fortunes of War" and "War and Remembrance"
1993:
Narrated a performance of the 19th century Romantic opera by Henrich Marschner, "Vampyr", when it aired on the Arts and Entertainment Channel as the special, "Vampyr: A Soap Opera"
1994:
Received knighthood from Queen Elizabeth II

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