Made stage acting debut at the Old Vic in London
Made New York stage debut in the play, "Love of Women"
Returned to the London stage in the play, "The Zeal of Thy House"
Made feature film debut in the costume drama, "Blanche Fury"
First U.S. feature credit, the U.S.-U.K. co-production, "Rob Roy, the Highland Rogue," produced by Walt Disney Studios
Portrayed one of the murderers in Laurence Olivier`s adaptation of "Richard III"
Made U.S. TV appearances on such early anthology drama programs as "Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Presents The Rheingold Theater"
Appeared in the classic Powell & Pressburger WW2 drama "Ill Met By Moonlight"
First Hammer horror film, "The Horror of Dracula"
Second Hammer horror film, "The Phantom of the Opera"
Featured in Ken Russell`s "Women in Love"
Played Dr. David Livingstone on the short-lived NBC historical drama series, "Search for the Nile"
First miniseries to air on U.S. TV, "QB VII"
Featured in "The Boys From Brazil," starring Gregory Peck and Laurence Olivier
Returned to Broadway for his Tony winning role in the comedy, "Bedroom Farce"
Played the captured father in the Zucker Brothers¿ comedy "Top Secret!"
Appeared opposite Robert Redford and Meryl Streep in "Out of Africa" as Lord Delamere
Cast in the film adaptation of Frederick Forsyth's "The Fourth Protocol," starring Michael Caine and Pierce Brosnan
Returned to Broadway in the drama, "Breaking the Code"; received a Tony nomination as Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play
Cast as Alfred the butler in Tim Burton's "Batman," opposite Michael Keaton
Reprised role of Alfred in "Batman Returns"
Featured in Martin Scorsese`s "The Age of Innocence"
Played Alfred to Val Kilmer's Bruce Wayne in "Batman Forever"
Again played Alfred, this time opposite George Clooney in "Batman & Robin"
Gave a wonderful performance as Feers in "The Cherry Orchard," opposite Alan Bates and Charlotte Rampling
Last on-screen performance reunited him with Burton, playing a cameo in "Sleepy Hollow"
Lent his voice to Burton's "Corpse Bride"
Final film role, voiced Uilleam, the Dodo bird in Burton's "Alice in Wonderland"