Born in the United Kingdom. Education: Attended Rose Bruford College, England.
Addresses: Agent—Gavin Baker Associates, 2D Wimpole St., London W1G 0EB, England.
Photographer, All Neat in Black Stockings, National General Pictures, 1968.
Tim, Family Life (also known as Wednesday's Child), Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Cinema 5/EMI, 1971.
Mr. Michael, The 14 (also known as The Wild Little Bunch), Anglo-Amalgamated Productions/Avianca Productions, 1973.
Deacon, The Medusa Touch (also known as La grande menace), Warner Bros., 1978.
(Uncredited) Frank, McVicar, Crown International Pictures, 1980.
Bar, Little Dorrit (also known as Little Dorrit 1: Nobody's Fault, Little Dorrit 2: Little Dorrit's Story, Little Dorrit's Story, and Nobody's Fault), Cannon Films, 1988.
Home office official, In the Name of the Father, Universal, 1993.
Magistrate, Braveheart, Paramount, 1995.
Russian doctor, The Saint, Paramount, 1997.
Detective inspector Holland, A Life for a Life (also known as Kiszko and Stefan Kiszko-Life for a Life), Picture Palace, 1998.
Joy's father, L.A. without a Map (also known as I Love L.A. and Los Angeles without a Map), United Media, 1998.
Ed Oakly, McLibel (documentary), 1998, Cinema Libre, 2005.
Fleming, Shiner, Miramax, 2000.
Anthony, Final Curtain, c. 2002.
Television Appearances; Series:
Monk Adderley, Poldark (also known as Poldark II), BBC, c. 1977.
Lord Charles Beresford, Lillie, London Weekend Television, 1978, also broadcast on Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, c. 1979.
Richard Warrington, The Spoils of War, Granada Television, 1980–81.
Garfield Place, The Home Front, Central Independent Television, 1983.
Tommy McArdle, Brookside, Channel 4 (England), 1983–87.
Dr. Barton, Room at the Bottom, Yorkshire Television, 1986.
Charlie Gimbert, Lovejoy, BBC, 1986, 1991–94.
Geoffrey Ellsworth Smythe and Spragg, A Bit of a Do, Yorkshire Television, 1989.
Chief constable Raymond, Dalziel and Pascoe, BBC, 1998–99, broadcast as movies on Arts and Entertainment.
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
Zametov, Crime and Punishment, BBC, 1979, broadcast on Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, c. 1980.
Harding, Spyship, BBC, Seven Network (Australia), and Entertainment Channel, 1983.
Patrick Woolton, House of Cards, BBC, 1990, broadcast on Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, c. 1991.
Clive Murrow, The Apocalypse Watch (also known as Robert Ludlum's "The Apocalypse Watch"), ABC, 1997.
Vincent Crummles, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (also known as Nicholas Nickleby), Independent Television and Bravo, 2001.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Church affairs minister Skarzynski, Pope John Paul II (also known as The Pope), CBS, 1984.
Chief constable Raymond, Dalziel and Pascoe: Child's Play, BBC and Arts and Entertainment, 1998.
Chief constable Raymond, Dalziel and Pascoe: The British Grenadier, BBC and Arts and Entertainment, 1999.
Chief constable Raymond, Dalziel and Pascoe: On Beulah Height, BBC and Arts and Entertainment, 1999.
Chief constable Raymond, Dalziel and Pascoe: Recalled to Life, BBC and Arts and Entertainment, 1999.
Chief constable Raymond, Dalziel and Pascoe: Time to Go, BBC and Arts and Entertainment, 1999.
Superintendent Charlie Vanne, NCS: Manhunt, BBC, 2001.
Van Stolk, "Confessions of an Ugly Stepsister" (also known as "Confessions" and "Cruelle beaute"), The Wonderful World of Disney, ABC, 2002.
Television Appearances; Specials:
Larry, Love on the Dole, Granada Television, 1967.
Henry Bevan, The Barretts of Wimpole Street, BBC, 1982.
General Franz Halder, When Hitler Invaded Britain (documentary), London Weekend Television, 2004.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Rob, "Two in the Bush," Z Cars, BBC, 1964.
"You Think It'll Be Marvelous—but It's Always a Rabbit," Public Eye, Associated British Picture Corporation, 1965.
Simon Willows, "The Sons and Daughters of Tomorrow," Out of the Unknown (also known as Out of the Unknown: The Sons and Daughters of Tomorrow), BBC-2, 1971.
Staddon, "Skinner," Z Cars, BBC, 1973.
Miller, "Down to You, Brother," The Sweeney, Thames Television and Euston Films, 1976.
"The Paradise Set," Strangers, Granada Television, 1978.
Orlando Lacey, "Retribution," Strangers, Granada Television, 1980.
Thorne, "Secrets," The Gentle Touch, London Weekend Television, 1984.
Dennis Dudley, "What Dreams May Come?," Bergerac, BBC, 1985.
Maguire, "With Vinegar and Brown Paper," C.A.T.S. Eyes, Television South, 1985.
Doland, "Terror of the Vervoids," Doctor Who, BBC, 1986.
Ralph Finchley, "Uncle Harry's System," Prospects, Channel 4 (England), 1986.
Latimer, "Death with Due Notice," Hannay, Thames Television, 1988.
Rinus Nagel, "The Ties That Bind," Van der Valk, Independent Television, 1992.
Ralph Moles, "Bad Feelings," The Bill, Thames Television and Yorkshire Television, 1998.
Lawson, "Home to Roost," Heartbeat, Yorkshire Television, 2001.
Wally Sands, "All My Sins," Holby City, BBC, 2002.
Professor Per Hansen, "The Fisher King," Midsomer Murders, BBC and Arts and Entertainment, 2004.
Appeared in episodes of other series, including The Broker's Man, BBC.
Officer, Hamp, Theatre Royal, Newcastle, England, then Edinburgh Festival, the Lyceum, Edinburgh, Scotland, 1964.
Cardinal of Aragon, The Duchess of Malfi, Royal Court Theatre, 1971.
Vicary, Death of Captain Doughty, 1975.
Duke of York, Richard II, Phoenix Theatre, London, 1988.
Nicholas Gadsby, Touch of the Poet, Comedy Theatre, London, then Young Vic Theatre, London, both 1988.
Duke of Clarence, Richard III, Phoenix Theatre, 1989.
L. S. Lowry, Mr. Lowry (solo show), Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Bristol, England, 1994.
George Moore, Jumpers, Birmingham Repertory, Birmingham, England, 1998.
Walter, The Price, Birmingham Repertory, 1999.
Dr. Kelekian, Wit, Vaudeville Theatre, London, 2000.
Selsdon Mowbray, Noises Off, Comedy Theatre, 2002.
Dr. Willy Dekoven, Les Blancs, Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester, England, 2003.
Agamemnon, Hecuba RSC, Royal Shakespeare Company, Albery Theatre, London, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Eisenhower Theater, Washington, DC, and Brooklyn Academy of Music Opera House, New York City, all 2005.
Appeared in other stage appearances, including performances as Mark Antony, Antony and Cleopatra, Birmingham Repertory; as Jim Robinson, Just Not Fair (solo show), National Theatre Platform, Birmingham Repertory, Moving Theatre; and as Jeff, Otherwise Engaged, Theatre Royal, Windsor, England.
Duke of York, Richard II, 1988.
Duke of Clarence, Richard III, 1989.
Test to Destruction, BBC Radio 4, 1970.
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