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Also Known As: Died: January 8, 1994
Born: Cause of Death: cancer
Birth Place: England, GB Profession: actor, playwright

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This short-lived British talent is most famous for his adaptation and performance of the writing of P.G. Wodehouse. The show "Jeeves Takes Charge" earned him critical acclaim in England and in the USA. He worked little in film and television, notably in a small role in "The French Lieutenant's Woman" (1981).

This short-lived British talent is most famous for his adaptation and performance of the writing of P.G. Wodehouse. The show "Jeeves Takes Charge" earned him critical acclaim in England and in the USA. He worked little in film and television, notably in a small role in "The French Lieutenant's Woman" (1981).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Decadence (1993) The Entourage
3.
 The French Lieutenant's Woman (1981) Nathaniel Dyson
4.
 Silver Bears (1978) Stockbroker
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1980:
London premiere of one-man show "Jeeves Takes Charge" that he starred in and wrote the stage adaptation for
1977:
Screen acting debut "Silver Bears"
1981:
First speaking role in feature "The French Lieutenant's Woman"
1983:
American debut of "Jeeves Takes Charge" at The Space at City Center
1987:
TV acting debut "Ponce de Leon and the Search for the Fountain of Youth"
1992:
Last theater role in the revival of "Private Lives"
1993:
Last film role, "Decadence"
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