Won the Variety Club Award as Most Promising Newcomer for his stage performance in "The Dwarfs"; first collaboration with playwright Harold Pinter
Portrayed Richard Rich in the film version of "A Man for All Seasons"
Played the title role of a 19th-century Scottish highwayman in John Huston's uninspired "Sinful Davey"
Portrayed the inarticulate Timothy Evans in "10 Rillington Place"
Essayed the role of Ben in Pinter's London revival of "The Dumb Waiter"
Portrayed Tristran Tzara in the Royal Shakespeare Company production of Tom Stoppard's "Travesties"
Shot to fame as Quentin Crisp in the TV play, "The Naked Civil Servant"
First non-British film, the Italian-made "La Linea del Fiume/Stream Line"
Offered a brilliant turn as Roman emperor Caligula in the BBC adaptation of "I, Claudius"
First U.S. TV-movie, "Spectre" (NBC)
Starred as the Fool opposite Laurence Olivier's King in BBC production of "King Lear"
Appeared in Sam Peckinpah's critically panned but hugely successful final film "The Osterman Weekend"
Acted the part of the brooding assassin in Stephen Frears' sinister "The Hit"
Provided the voice of the artist for the documentary "Vincent ¿ The Life and Death of Vincent Van Gogh"
Played the title role of the narrator on the NBC children's fantasy series "The Storyteller"
Offered an excellent turn as Dr. Stephen Ward, a sexual provocateur in Michael Caton-Jones' directorial debut "Scandal"
Appeared as himself in the documentary feature "Resident Alien: Quentin Crisp in New York"
Re-teamed with Caton-Jones for "Rob Roy"
Cast in the John Boorman directed "Two Nudes Bathing" segment of Showtime's "Picture Windows"
Starred with Helen Mirren in an award-winning West End production of Turgenev's "A Month in the Country"
Earned acclaim for his performance in Richard Kwietniowski's feature directorial debut, "Love and Death on Long Island"
Narrated The Discovery Channel's "True Story of the Elephant Man"
Starred opposite Christian Bale in Jeremy Thomas' directorial debut "All the Little Animals"
Played a priest in Janusz Kiminski's feature directorial debut "Lost Souls"
Acted in a film version of "Krapp's Last Tape"
Re-teamed with director Richard Kwietniowski for "Owning Mahowny"
Cast as Professor Bruttenholm in the feature adaption of the popular comic book series "Hellboy"
Reprised role of Mr. Ollivander for "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban"
Starred opposite Kate Hudson in the supernatural thriller "Skeleton Key"
Reprised role of Mr. Ollivander for the seventh and final installment of the series directed by David Yates, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows"; film released in two parts, "Part 1" in November 2010 and "Part 2" in July 2011
Appeared as an old man in "Immortals"