He acted in John Osbourne's play, "Inadmissible Evidence," in a Royal National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre in London, England with Lynn Farleigh in the cast. Di Trevis was director.
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[on the end of Waking the Dead
(2000)] We were going to finish after 10 [seasons], but we stopped after nine because the BBC doesn't really have the money to make it. I mean, they could make it if we changed how it's done at the moment, but I don't want that. I can't see the point of suddenly delivering a show that's a different kind of programme, just to cut costs. The BBC can go and make other ...
He and his wife guest-starred on a 1992 episode of Murder, She Wrote
(1984) but they share only one scene together, since they both have separate storylines that didn't really converge.