Year of Birth: 1928
Earlier/Current: Born in Australia, he came to London in 1950 to train as an actor at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He played many different characters on stage, particularly in plays by Shakespeare. However, he is best known for his ability as a director in theatre and film, winning numerous awards. He directed at the National Theatre (The National Health, Long Day's Journey into Night, Copenhagen, Democracy), the Royal Shakespeare Company (Privates on Parade), the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith (Make and Break, Noises Off), West End and Broadway theatres (Design for Living, City of Angels, The Life, Kiss Me Kate, Embers, Deuce). He also directed the 1982 film version of Privates on Parade.
Time In Chesterfield: 1954 1955Productions In Chesterfield: