Appeared in "The Barefoot Contessa" alongside Humphrey Bogart and Ava Gardner
Appeared in the British TV presentation of "Cymbeline"
Played Dr John Hardy, a forensic scientist in "The Expert" a popular drama series aired on BBC-2
Appeared in "Stairway to Heaven/A Matter of Life and Death", starring David Niven and Kim Hunter; first teaming with Emeric Pressburger and Michael Powell
Appeared on American telelvision in NBC's historical docudrama "Holocaust"
Stage acting debut in "Crossings"
Starred in the Nottingham Playhouse production of Ibsen's "Peer Gynt" and in the Old Vic Theatre's "Zaide"
Toured France and Germany as part of the English Classical Players
Was again vice president of Equity
Acted in the Powell-Pressburger war adventure film "Night Ambush", playing a kidnapped Nazi general, one of many World War II German roles
Appeared in "Beyond a Reasonable Doubt" at London's Queen's Theatre
Made first film appearances in uncredited bit parts in "Rembrandt" and "The Amateur Gentleman"
Played Magnus in a London production of "The Applecart" and performed in the Canterbury Cathedral Theatre's "Mystery Plays"
Played the title role in the British television series "The Scarlet Pimpernel" (ITV in England, syndicated in the USA); also was an executive producer
Served in Foreign Office of British Army
Appeared in the fact-based "Exodus" starring Paul Newman and Eva Marie Saint
Directed "A Doll's House" and "Lady Fanny" at the Duke of York Theatre in London
Final screen appearance in small role in the Molly Ringwald comedy "Strike It Rich"
Portrayed King George V in the British miniseries "Edward and Mrs. Simpson"
Starred as love interest Julian Craster in the Powell-Pressburger dance film "The Red Shoes"
Starred in the Claudia Cardinale film "La Petite Fille en Velours Bleu/The Little Girl in Blue Velvet"
Was vice president of the British actor's union Equity