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Most links in this section are to entries in the Internet Movie Database. E! Online and TV Guide also maintain filmographies. TV Guide is the best source for TV series, but the information on films is sometimes fragmentary. E! also has a few brief bios and articles.

If you'd like to watch some of the films the stars appear in, films and series that haven't made it to video/DVD/BluRay are sometimes available on Netflix Streaming or (in pieces) on YouTube.

If you are looking for information on audio recordings the stars have done, your best bet is: The Musical World of Rocky Horror

Tim Curry

Character:

Dr. Frank-N-Furter (a scientist)

Born:

April 19, 1946

A lot of the Tim sites from the 1990s are gone now, but there's still lots of good information online.

Tim's credits list is long enough that we've moved his information to the Tim Curry Actor Page.

Current opinion of RHPS:

Finds it annoying, but appreciates the fans - has mellowed in the past few years

Current occupation:

World-renowned film & theatre actor who does lots of voice work

Susan Sarandon

Character:

Janet Weiss (a heroine)

Born:

October 4, 1946 in New York City, New York, USA

Susan's credits list is long enough that we've moved her information to the Susan Sarandon Actor Page

It's worthwhile checking out E On-line's entry on Susan; they have who she's dated, awards, and even news articles. See also http://www.filmreference.com/film/57/Susan-Sarandon.html (includes a bibliography) and also http://movies.yahoo.com/movie/contributor/1800019379/bio .

http://www.facebook.com/ultimate.susan.sarandon.fan.page does a nice job too.

Current opinion of RHPS:

Finds it amusing, but doesn't understand why people are so obsessed with it. She's attended the film and said it was like being in a room full of people with Tourette's Syndrome.
Sarandon is not, however, amused by the fact that none of the actors in the film gets anything from video or DVD sales and refuses to promote RHPS for this reason.

Current occupation:

World-renowned award-winning actress, supporter of various political and charitable causes. And backer of New York City ping pong club SPiN.

Barry Bostwick

A fairly nice summary of Bostwick's career can be found here: http://www.superiorpics.com/barry_bostwick/

Barry's credits list is long enough that we've moved his information to the Barry Bostwick Actor Page.

Barry Bostwick

Barry Bostwick at the premiere for Earth, April 18, 2009 (Photo: Angela George, http://www.flickr.com/photos/sharongraphics/3457492125/)
Role Brad Majors (A Hero)
Born 24 February 1946 (1946-02-24) (age 71)
San Mateo, California, US

Current opinion of RHPS:

Quoted on DVD (2000) as saying it was time to "hang up our fishnets" but made an unforgettable appearance at the 35th Anniversary in character as Brad Majors, dropping his pants in front of the crowd. See it on YouTube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hl1cfNzicP0
He also appeared in full floorshow costume at the Peaches Christ showing of RHPS in February 2012 (though he's said he won't do that again). Photos at http://www.peacheschrist.com/?p=8688 . We love Barry Bostwick!

Current occupation:

Actor. His films are in constant rotation on cable station Lifetime. Barry's pottery has also been displayed in prominent galleries.

Richard O'Brien

Character:

Riff Raff (a handyman)
That haunting voice during "Science Fiction"

Born:

March 25, 1942

We've moved Richard's information to the Richard O'Brien Actor Page.

Current opinion of RHPS:

Loves it. O'Brien has apparently become resigned to the fact that Rocky Horror is (so far) his greatest success. If nothing else, he notes, it serves as an entree / calling card so he can at least get thirty seconds of someone's time.

Current occupation:

Appearing in film and stage roles when it suits him, doing charity work...and working on a stage sequel to Rocky Horror, which will probably come out at about the same time Hell freezes over.

Patricia Quinn (Lady Patricia Stephens)

Character:

Magenta (a domestic)
Those lovely lips during "Science Fiction"

Born:

May 28, 1944

We've moved Patricia's information to the Patricia Quinn Actor Page.

Pat's Official Website: http://www.patriciaquinn.co.uk/home.html

Current opinion of RHPS:

Likes it: "I'm terribly proud of the film."

Current occupation:

Occasional acting and doing the convention circuit. Fox sent her on tour in 2000/2001 to plug the DVD.
She is the widow of Robert Stephens. Her first husband was actor/director Don Hawkins, by whom she had a son, Quinn.

Nell Campbell (Little Nell)

Nell Campbell

Nell with Tom Savini at the EC2000 con (Allentown, 2000) (Photo: Ruth Fink-Winter)
Role Columbia (A Groupie)
Born 24 May 1953 (1953-05-24) (age 64)
Sydney, Australia

Other names used: Nell went by "Sonny" during her teen years and at least through 1971.

Audio Credits:

Do the Swim (single), Fever (7" and 12" single on A&M Records, 1978; available with "Fever" or "See You Round Like a Record" as the B-side), I Wanna Be A Beauty Queen, (7" single, 1980, PRE 004 on Charisma Records (UK) and 6000648 on Polygram Records Pty Ltd. in Australia), The Musical World of Little Nell - Aquatic Teenage Sex & Squalor (1975 7", A&M Records, (AMS 7351)). The Rocky Horror Picture Show (film soundtrack), The Rocky Horror Show (original London cast), See you 'Round like a Record (single), Shock Treatment (film soundtrack), Tuff Little Surfer Boy/Touch-a Touch-a Touch me (backup; by group Truth & Beauty on RAK Records, RAK 181)

Theatre Credits:

A Streetcar Named Desire ("Stella," 1977, Oxford Playhouse), And They Used to Star in Movies (as Minnie Mouse with Richard as Mickey; Soho Theatre, 1975), Censored Scenes from King Kong ("Iris," Open Space Theatre, 1977), NINE ("Lina Darling," Broadway, Eugene O'Neill Theatre, 2003; understudied Chita Rivera); The Rocky Horror Show ("Columbia," London, 1973), The Stoop (one woman show, London, 1978), You Should Be So Lucky ("Polly," 1994-1995, off-Broadway, Westside Arts Theater/Upstairs); Women Behind Bars (Footbridge Theatre, Sydney University, 1985)

Film Credits:

Alfie Darling (bit part; 1975, retitled on video as Oh, Alfie), Barry McKenzie Holds His Own ("Nerida Brealey," 1974), Great Expectations ("Erica Thrall," 1998), I Wanna Be A Beauty Queen (documentary; opening and closing act, 1985), Joe Gould's Secret (as hostess Tamar, 2000), Journey Among Women ("Meg," 1977), Jubilee ("Crabs," 1977), The Killing Fields ("Beth," 1984), Lisztomania ("Olga," 1975), Pink Floyd - The Wall (1982--as a groupie! during "Dirty Woman"), The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Shock Treatment (1981), Stanley: Every Home Should Have One ("Amy Benton," 1984); Summer of Secrets (1976)

Television Credits:

Rock Follies of '77 ("Sandra LeMon"), Saturday Night Live (guest appearance as herself in the "Teeny Cafe" skit)

Miscellaneous:

Nell was a busker. She was interviewed (on ABC Entertainment!) as one of the "Sequin Sisters" during her busking years in 1971. It was on YouTube here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUBdOphvolc&feature=fvsr , but it isn't any more and we're broken up about it. Can anyone help us find this video? (Interview with the Sequin Sisters featuring Little Nell, then known as Sonny Campbell by Barry Sloane, Ep 320. Broadcast 3rd June 1971.)

Current opinion of RHPS:

Seems to appreciate the adoration, dah-lings

Current occupation:

Raising her child Matilda Violet, occasional small movie and stage roles. She was a contributing editor to TALK magazine, which has since folded. Wikipedia lists her as retired.
(She has sold "Nell's," and her restaurant, "E&O" and other club, "Kiosk," are no more.)

Peter Hinwood

Peter Hinwood

Hinwood in a bit part in Tam Lin
Role Rocky Horror (A Creation)
Born 17 May 1946 (1946-05-17) (age 71)
Great Britain, UK

Film credits:

The Odyssey (1968, Season 1, Episode, 5, Italian TV mini-series, "Hermes," by de Laurentiis--finally confirmed!), The Rocky Horror Picture Show ("Rocky," 1975; no lines and his songs were dubbed), Sebastiane (1976; uncredited party guest, with, among others, Sadie Corre!), Tam Lin (aka "The Ballad of Tam-Lin," "The Devil's Widow," or "The Devil's Woman, "Guy," 1972 - again, no lines, and the best shot of him is before the opening credits - as one of Ava Gardner's youthful entourage, with a young Joanna Lumley and directed by Roddy McDowall; hard to find, but released on VHS in the Legendary Ladies of the Silver Screen series)

Current opinion of RHPS:

Seems to feel it was just a job. He did an interview with Scott Michaels for the book Rocky Horror: From Concept to Cult.

Current occupation:

Running a pricey antique shop in England. If you want to see what his apartment looks like, you can buy the book "London Living."
For a time, Hinwood modeled (both in and out of his clothes). At one point he put on an exhibition of paintings.

Current opinion of RHPS:

Slightly embarrassed, and definitely part of the past. In a 1998 interview he notes it's fun to tell people about his involvement in it when they aren't expecting it. (According to Peter, that story about throwing a fan out of his shop is untrue.)

Jonathan Adams

Character:

Dr. Everett Von Scott (a rival scientist)

Born:

February 14, 1931

Deceased:

June 13, 2005 (RIP)

Art Credits:

Adams was an accomplished artist. According to his obituary in The Independent, "his collages were exhibited at a wide range of venues including London University's Dixon Gallery, the Barbican Centre, Northampton Museum and Art Gallery and the Chelmsford Arts Festival (where in 1996 he was Resident Artist)." His last art show was in April 2005 ("Jonathan Adams in Wonderland", London at the Riverside Studios, Hammersmith). You can see some examples of his work here. A 1961 portrait of Jonathan Adams by David Gommon, the artist who encouraged him and helped him get into art school, can be seen here. It's in the collection of the Northampton Museums & Art Gallery.

Audio Credits:

  • The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy (radio series, Cheerleader and Majikthise, "Fit the Fourth" (the 4th episode), broadcast on BBC Radio 4, 29 March 1978). Note: Adams does not appear on the LP version.
  • Metropolis ("Warner," original London cast, on vinyl: TER 1168; on CD: CDJAY2 1248)
  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show ("Dr. Everett Von Scott," film soundtrack)
  • The Rocky Horror Show (Narrator, original London cast)
  • Tomfoolery ("Jonathan" - the cast used their names instead of character names - original London cast, 1980, MMT LP 001 or reissue TER 1137; he sings "The Masochism Tango")
  • The Whole Gory Story (Narrator; album includes the entire play)

Book:

Collage of a Life.

Theatre Credits:

Alibi for a Judge (Savoy Theatre, London, 1965-1966), The Caretaker, City Delight (1980), The Corn is Green (the Squire, Northampton Theatre Royal), Disaster (1978, with Patricia Quinn, produced by Christopher Malcolm, ICA), The Elephant Man, Heaven and Hell (Royal Court, 1981; Dr. Johnson), Jonathan Adams' Happy Hour (one man show at the Lyric), Master Class ("Zhdanov," Old Vic, 1984), Metropolis ("Warner," 1989, original London cast, Piccadilly Theatre), Rock 'n' Roll Vicar (at the Duplex), The Rocky Horror Show (original London cast, Theatre Upstairs, as the Narrator, 1973; reprised in 1990 at the Piccadilly), Salad Days (Northampton Theatre Royal), Tomfoolery ("Jonathan," 1980, original London cast, Criterion Theatre), multiple one-man shows (shows in Richmond, the Orange Tree Theatre, and Hampstead), The Tempest (Caliban), Valentine's Day (Chichester, 1991)

Film Credits:

Adams features in a surprising number of sex comedies. Hmm.
The shepherds from "Jesus of Nazareth" - possibly Jonathan Adams in the center.

Television Credits:

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes II (1985, "Jonas Oldacre"), Antony and Cleopatra (1981, "Ventidius"), Barchester Chronicles (miniseries, 1984, "Reverend Quiverful"), BBC Play of the Month (as "Desmond Curry" in "The Winslow Boy," season 12, episode 4, Jan 1977; as "Collot d'Herbois" in "Danton's Death," season 13, episode 7, April 1978), Bergerac (1981 series, 8 episodes, 1981-1983, Dr. Lejeune), The Bill (appearance in a series), The Bride in Black ("Lee," 1990), Danny the Champion of the World ("Samways," 1989), The Day After the Fair ("Parnell," 1987), Exploits at West Poley ("Miller Griffin," 1985), First Among Equals, The Invisible Man (1984 miniseries, "Teddy Henfrey"), Jesus of Nazareth (Mini-series directed by Franco Zeffirelli; "Adam," 1977 - this replays on religious channels occasionally and features a number of celebrity cameos; having watched it, I think he's a shepherd), Kavanagh QC (Karol Somper in episode "Ancient History," 1997), King Richard the Second ("Gardener," 1978), London Embassy (1987 miniseries, "Zeller"), Nemesis (aka "Miss Marple: Nemesis," 1987, bit part as "Carter"), Pegasus ("Capt. Julius Belwether," 1969 TV movie), Star Cops (series, eps. 4-9, "Alexander Krivenko," 1987), Triton ("Captain Julius Belwether," TV movie - 25 min; 1968), Yes, Prime Minister ("Professor Marriott," appearance in series), Z Cars ("Pinker" in episode "Old Soldiers," 1972; "PC Brabbin" in episode "When Did You Last See Your Father?: Part 3," 1967)

Current opinion of RHPS:

When last heard from, he still liked RHPS. However, he is now deceased and thus has no further opinions on anything.

Current occupation:

Deceased. Adams was an actor (retired) and an artist, whose last art show was in April 2005, two months before his death.

Meat Loaf

Character:

Eddie (ex-delivery boy)

Born:

September 27, 1947

Birth name: Marvin Lee Aday. Also goes by Michael Lee Aday.

Audio Credits: (see also his Amazon store)

Bad Attitude, Bat out of Hell, Bat Out of Hell: Live With the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (no, really!), Bat out of Hell II (won Grammy for best vocal on the single), Bat Out Of Hell III, Blind Before I Stop, Couldn't Have Said It Better (2003), Dead Ringer (2008), Desperation Angel, Fallen Angel, Free For All by Ted Nugent (vocals), Hang Cool Teddy Bear, Hits out of Hell (1995), Live, Live Around the World (1996), Midnight at the Lost and Found (1991), Pavarotti and Friends Sing for the Children of Bosnia, The Rocky Horror Picture Show (film soundtrack), The Rocky Horror Show (original Roxy cast), Two Out of Three Ain't Bad, The Very Best of Meat Loaf, VH1 Storytellers, Welcome to the Neighborhood

Book:

To Hell and Back: An Autobiography (1999, with some RHPS info and photos)

Concert Video:

3 Bats Live

Theatre Credits:

As You Like It (Joseph Papp's Shakespeare in the Park), Hair (Detroit, Broadway, Pittsburgh, Buffalo), More Than You Deserve (nominated for an Obie), Rainbow (as the Buddha, off-Broadway), Rock-a-Bye Hamlet (Minskoff Theatre, NYC), The Rocky Horror Show (Los Angeles and Broadway), Silver Queen

Film Credits:

Americathon (1979, "Oklahoma daredevil"), Black Dog (1998, "Red"), Crazy in Alabama (1999, "Sheriff John Doggett"), Dead Ringer (1991), Everything that Rises, Der Formel Eins Film (Feel the Motion), Fight Club (1999, "Robert Paulson"), The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag (1992, "Larry"), Gunshy (1998, "Lew Collins"), The Hurdy Gurdy Man (1999) Leap of Faith (1992, "Hoover"), The Mighty (1998, "Iggy"), Motorama (1992), Out of Bounds (1986, "Gil"), Outside Ozona ("Floyd Bibbs," 1998), Roadie (1980, "Travis W. Redfish"), The Rock & Roll Movie, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Scavenger Hunt (1979, "Scum"), Spice World (1997, "Dennis," the bus driver), The Squeeze (1987), Wayne's World (1992, "Tiny")

Television Credits:

  • Celebrity Apprentice (as himself, 2011)
  • The Equalizer(series: "Sugar Fly Simon" in episode: "Bump And Run" (episode # 1.10) 11/20/1985)
  • Everything that Rises (TV movie, "Red," 1998)
  • Glee
  • Lifetime Applauds the Fight Against Breast Cancer
  • The List (on VH-1)
  • Nash Bridges
  • Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher
  • The Rocky Horror Picture Show (hosted Fox's broadcast)
  • Saturday Night Live (musical guest, episode #61, March 25, 1978; musical guest and sketch with Tim Curry, episode #126, December 5, 1981)
  • South Park (series; as an animated version of himself)
  • Tales From the Crypt (1989, "Chumley" in episode: "What's Cookin")
  • To Catch a Yeti (1995, "Big Jake Grizzly")
  • VH1 Storytellers

Current opinion of RHPS:

Loves it

Current occupation:

Worldwide Rock-n-Roll Star, movie actor, and self-declared sex symbol

Charles Gray

Character:

Criminologist (an expert)

Born:

August 29, 1928

Birth name:

Donald Marshall Gray; some theater credits as Donald Gray. In the 1961 musical Kean, he appeared under the name "Oliver Gray."

Deceased:

March 7, 2000 (RIP)

General Notes:

In his time, Charles Gray was a Shakespearean actor, appearing at the Old Vic, on Broadway, and on British television; he also had a film career, including an appearance as a Bond villain (Blofeld); a devilish villain in Hammer Horror film "The Devil Rides Out" (featuring Christopher Lee as one of the good guys); and Mycroft Holmes (Sherlock's smarter brother). He appeared in both The Rocky Horror Picture Show and Shock Treatment (as the Criminologist and Judge Oliver Wright).

http://www.filmreference.com/film/80/Charles-Gray.html gives a rather exhaustive list of credits.

Audio Credits:

  • Expresso Bongo Original Cast Recording (as member of Ensemble; various sources credit him on tracks 8 and 10, which feature the Ensemble and the Principals as well as the main singing characters - tracks are on iTunes)
  • Kean (1961 Original Broadway Cast - he is credited but I'm not sure if he sings)
  • King Henry the Fifth (record, Shakespeare Recording Society, 1967)
  • Rocky Horror Picture Show soundtrack
  • Shock Treatment (film soundtrack)
  • Time Warp 1990 Remix (Criminologist dialogue is included)
  • Titus Andronicus ("Saturninus," Arkangel Complete Shakespeare Series)

Theatre Credits:

  • The Alchemist ("Sir Epicure Mammon," with Leo McKern at the Old Vic, 1962)
  • Antony and Cleopatra (Shakespeare Memorial Theatre Company, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-on-Avon, 1953; toured in 1954)
  • Ardele ("General St. Pe," Queen's Theatre, London, 1975)
  • As You Like It ("Charles the Wrestler," for Robert Atkins in Regent's Park, London, Open Air Theatre, 1952; also as "Duke Frederick" at the Old Vic in 1955)
  • Boy With a Cart ("Demiwulf," London, Open Air Theatre, 1952)
  • Comus (Comus - understudy; London, Open Air Theatre, 1952)
  • Cymbeline (Roman captain and Jupiter, London, Open Air Theatre, 1952)
  • Everything in the Garden ("Bernard Acton," Duke of York Theatre, London's West End, 1962)
  • Expresso Bongo (Captain Cyril Mavors, Saville Theatre, London, 1958)
  • Hang Your Head Down and Die (ensemble, Comedy Theatre, London, 1964)
  • Henry IV, Part One ("Hastings," Old Vic, 1955)
  • Henry IV, Part Two ("The Vintner," Old Vic, 1955)
  • Henry V ("Duke of Burgundy and Constable of France," Old Vic, 1955)
  • Julius Caesar ("Marullus," Old Vic, 1955)
  • Kean ("William, Prince of Wales," at the Broadway Theatre, NYC, 1961)
  • King Lear (Shakespeare Memorial Theatre Company, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-on-Avon, 1953)
  • Macbeth (toured as "Ross," 1952 UK tour; "Macduff" at the Old Vic, 1956; "Lennox" in the Old Vic Company at the Winter Garden Theatre, NYC, 1956)
  • The Man Who Came to Dinner ("Sheridan Whiteside," London's Chichester Theatre Festival, 1979)
  • Merchant of Venice (Shakespeare Memorial Theatre Company, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-on-Avon, 1953)
  • Othello (Lodovico to Richard Burton's and John Neville's Othellos at the Old Vic, 1956)
  • The Philanthropist ("Braham," Royal Court Theatre, then May Fair Theatre, both London, 1970)
  • Poor Bitos ("Maxime," Arts Theatre, London, 1963, then Duke of York's Theatre, 1964, later Cort Theatre, New York City, 1964; won Clarence Derwent Award for best supporting actor)
  • The Right Honorable Gentleman ("Sir Charles Dilke," starred, Billy Rose Theatre, New York, 1965)
  • Richard II ("Lord Marshall," Old Vic, 1955; "Henry Bolingbroke," Old Vic Company, at the Old Vic and at the Winter Garden Theatre, NYC, 1956 - Gray's Broadway debut; toured as Bolingbroke, US/Canada tour, 1957)
  • Richard III (Shakespeare Memorial Theatre Company, Shakespeare Memorial Theatre, Stratford-on-Avon, 1953)
  • Romeo and Juliet (Escalus and chorus at the Old Vic, 1956, US/Canada tour, 1957)
  • Taming of the Shrew ("The Lord," Old Vic, 1955)
  • Troilus and Cressida (Achilles in Tyrone Guthrie's Edwardian revival, Old Vic and at the Winter Garden Theatre, 1956; US/Canada tour, 1957)
  • The Winter's Tale ("Polyxenes," Old Vic, 1955)

Film Credits:

The Beast Must Die (1974, "Arthur Bennington"), Cromwell (1970, "The Earl of Essex"), The Black Whip (1956, "Chick Hainline", aka The Man With a Whip), The Desperate Man (1959, "Lawson"), The Devil's Bride (aka "The Devil Rides Out," 1968, "Mocata" - see trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TG9vVJ61rls), Diamonds are Forever (1971, "Ernst Blofeld"), The Entertainer ("Columnist," 1960), The Executioner (1970, "Vaughan Jones "), The File of the Golden Goose (1969, "Harrison, 'The Owl'"), Follow a Star (1959, uncredited, "Taciturn Man at Party"), Eine Frau Namens Harry (1990, Satan), God is My Partner (1957, "Man"), Heart of a Child (1958, "Fritz Heiss"), I Accuse! (1958, "Captain Brossard,"), The Jigsaw Man (1983, "Sir James Charley"), The Legacy (1979, "Karl"), Man in the Moon (1960, "Leo"), The Man Outside (1967), Masquerade (1965, "Benson"), The Mirror Crack'd (1980, "Bates, The Butler"), Mosquito Squadron (1969, "Hufford"), The Night of the Generals (1967, "General von Seidlitz-Gabler"), The Nine Ages of Nakedness (1969, Narrator), One Desire (1955, uncredited, "Vernon's son"), Ride a Violent Mile ("Dory," 1957), The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975, "The Criminologist"), The Secret War of Harry Frigg, (1968, "General Cox-Roberts"), Seven Nights in Japan (1976, "Hollander"), The Seven-Per-Cent Solution ("Mycroft Holmes," 1976), Silver Bears (1977, "Charles Cook"), Shock Treatment, The Tichborne Claimant ("Arundell," 1998), Tommy the Toreador (1959, "Gomez"), The Unknown Terror (1957, "Jim Wheatley"), Wild Rovers (1971, "Savage"), You Only Live Twice (1967, "Henderson")

Television Credits:

A lot of the Shakespeare is available on YouTube; happy hunting.
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1984-85, "Mycroft Holmes"), The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes II (1985, "Mycroft Holmes"), Asquith in Orbit (1971, aka "Thirty-Minute Theatre: Asquith in Orbit"), Bergerac (in episode: "What Dreams May Come True" (episode # 4.3), 10/25/1985), Black Saddle (series, in episode: "Client: McQueen" (episode # 1.3) 1/24/1959), Blackeyes (miniseries, 1989, "Sebastian"), Cariani and the Courtesans (1987, "Narrator"), CATS Eyes (series, "Sir Jack Fenn" in episode: "Fit" 1986), Charles & Diana: A Royal Love Story (1982, "Earl of Spencer", The Cherry Orchard (1971), The Closed Shop (1970), Comedy of Errors (1983, "Solinus, Duke of Ephesus"), Danger Man ("Zameda" in episode: "The Coyannis Story" and "Alex" in episode: "The Key" (episode # 1.11), 1960), Dreams Lost Dreams Found (1987, "Jason"), Ellen Foster, An Englishman Abroad (1983, "Claudius"), Expresso Bongo (appears to be a television broadcast of the play, 1958), A Fall of Eagles (miniseries, 1973) Gunslinger, Gunsmoke, Hannay (1988, "Commander Nevil"), Hay Fever (1968, "Richard Greatham"), Hazell (series, "Brownhill" in episode: "Hazell & the Deptford"), The House on Garibaldi Street (1979, "Gen. Lischke"), Ike (1979, miniseries, "General 'Freddie' DeGuingand"), The Invisible Man ("Peter Thal" in episode: "The Vanishing Evidence," 1959), The Iron Horse (series, in episode: "High Devil" (episode # 1.3) 9/26/1966), Jenkins (Thirty-Minute Theatre, 1971), Julius Caesar ("Caesar," 1979), Katts and Dog (series) in episode: "Number One With A Bullet" (episode # 3.16) 1990, King Richard the Second ("Duke of York," 1978), Lady Windermere's Fan (1972), Longitude (2000, "Admiral Balchen"), A Love Affair: The Eleanor and Lou Gehrig Story, Madson (1996, TV series, "Sir Ranald Hearnley"), Marie (series, various roles, 1980-81) , The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes ("Mycroft Holmes" in episode: "The Mazarin Stone" (episode # 1.5)), The Merchant of Venice (1972, "Antonio"), Michael Regan (1971), The Millionairess (aka: Play of the Month: The Millionairess, 1972), The Moon and Sixpence (1967), Murder on the Midnight Express (aka Night is the Time for Killing, 1975), Mutiny (1975), The New Statesman (series, "Roland Gidleigh-Park" in episode "Baa Baa Black Sheep" (episode # 1.7) 10/25/1987 and in episode: "Waste Not, Want Not" (episode # 1.4) 10/4/1987), Out of This World (series, "Abel Jones" in episode: "The Tycoons" 1962), Perry Mason (series, "Jack Baker" in episode: "The Case of the Bullied Bowler" (episode # 8.7) 11/5/1964), The Philanthropist (1975), Porterhouse Blue (1987, miniseries, Sir Cathcart D'Eath ), The Return of Sherlock Holmes (1986, "Mycroft Holmes"), The Return of Sherlock Holmes II (1988, "Mycroft Holmes", episode "The Bruce-Partington Plans"), Room With a View (aka Play of the Month: Room with a View", 1973), (1970, aka Play of the Month: Ross), Scarlett (1994 miniseries, "The Judge"), Something to Hide (1968, TV series), Tales from the Poop Deck (1991, TV series), The Tea Party, Troilus & Cressida ("Pandarus," 1981) Twelfth Night, The Upper Crusts (1973 TV series, "Lord Seacroft/Lord Seacroft Snr."), Upstairs Downstairs (Sir Edwin Partridge)

Last known opinion of RHPS:

Indifferent (He made it a point never to see any of his movies.)

Current occupation:

Deceased after a long stage and film career.
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