Cast in Andrew Lloyd Webber's "The Phantom of the Opera," the screen adaptation of the long-running stage musical
Cast opposite Dianne Wiest in "Merci Docteur Rey"
First collaboration with Merchant-Ivory, "A Room With A View"
On the basis of a fan letter to Laurence Olivier, was offered and took a job in the National Theatre box office
Acted in TV-movie, "David Copperfield" for "Masterpiece Theater"
Appeared in such BBC specials as "Instant Enlightenment", "Wings of Song" and "Man of Destiny"
Director of such stage productions as "The Infernal Machine" (also translator) and "Jacques and His Master"
Feature acting debut, "Gossip"
Made feature film directorial debut, "The Ballad of the Sad Cafe"
Performed in repertory productions at Lincoln and Edinburgh
Starred on the London stage in "The Importance of Being Oscar", a one-man show about Oscar Wilde
Cast in the HBO drama "Angels in America" based on the play by Tony Kushner
Delivered an hilarious turn as the leader of a New Age Men's group in "Bedrooms & Hallways" (released in the USA in 1999)
Father abandoned family eighteen months after Callow's birth (date approximate)
Had supporting role as the Master of Revels (censor) in "Shakespeare in Love"
In the mid-1970s joined a traveling acting group, the Gay Sweatshop
Joined the National Theatre Company; where he originated the role of Mozart in their premiere production of "Amadeus"
London stage debut at the Open Space
Made professional stage debut in "The Thrie Estates" at the Assembly Hall, Edinburgh
Appeared on London stage in such productions as "Plumber's Progress", "The Doctor's Dilemma" and "Soul of the White Ant"
Born and raised in London
Cast as Rupert Halliday in the mini series "Trial & Retribution"