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Gambon, Michael Biography




biography of Gambon, Michael

19 October 1940, Dublin, Ireland
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After joining the National Theatre, under the Artistic Directorship of Sir 'Laurence Olivier' (qv), Gambon went on to appear in a number of leading roles in plays written by 'Alan Ayckbourn' (qv). His career was catapulted in 1980 when he took the lead role in 'John Dexter (II)' (qv)'s production of "Galileo". Since then, Gambon has regularly appeared at the Royal National Theatre and the RSC. Roles include, King Lear, Othello, Mark Anthony and Volpone. He was described by the late Sir 'Ralph Richardson (I)' (qv) as being "The Great Gambon" and he is now considered to be one of the British theatre's leading lights. He was made a CBE in 1992.
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-   'Anne Miller' (1962 - present) (separated); 1 child


-   Rich smooth voice


-   Antique weapon enthusiast.

-   He was awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in 1992 and was Knighthood of the British Empire in the 1998 Queen's New Years Honors List for his services to drama.

-   Auditioned for the role of James Bond after 'George Lazenby' (qv) left the series, but was turned down because they didn't want to hire another unknown.

-   In 2002, was named the successor to the late 'Richard Harris (I)' (qv) as Professor Dumbledore in the Harry Potter series.

-   He was awarded the 'Laurence Olivier' (qv) Theatre Award in 1986 (1985 season) for Best Comedy Performance for "A Chorus of Disapproval".

-   He was awarded the 'Laurence Olivier' (qv) Theatre Award in 1988 (1987 season) for Best Actor in a New Play for his performance in "A View from the Bridge".

-   He was nominated for a 'Laurence Olivier' (qv) Theatre Award in 2001 (2000 season) for Best Actor for his performance in "The Caretaker" at the Comedy Theatre.

-   He was nominated for a 'Laurence Olivier' (qv) Theatre Award in 1999 (1998 season) for Best Actor for his performance in "The Unexpected Man".

-   He was nominated for a 1998 'Laurence Olivier' (qv) Theatre Award for Best Actor of the 1997 season for his performance in "Tom and Clem" at the Aldwych Theatre.

-   He was nominated for a 2003 'Laurence Olivier' (qv) Theatre Award for Best Actor of 2002 for his performance in "A Number" at the Royal Court Theatre Downstairs.

-   He was awarded the 1987 London Evening Standard Theate Award for Best Actor for his performance in A View from the Bridge.

-   He was awarded the 2000 London Critics Circle Theatre Award (Drama) for Best Actor for his performance in The Caretaker at the Comedy Theatre and Cressida at the Albery Theatre.

-   He was awarded the 1990 London Critics Circle Theatre Award (Drama Theatre Award) for Best Actor for his performance in Man of the Moment.

-   He was awarded the 1995 London Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Actor for his performance in Volpone.

-   After going round the final corner of the "Top Gear" (BBC TV, Season 1, episode 8; 2002) test track on two wheels during their Star In A Reasonably Priced Car segment, the corner was named after him.

-   An Associate Member of RADA.

-   Was nominated for Broadway's 1997 Tony Award as Best Actor (Play) for "Skylight."

-   Graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA), London, England.

-   He has twice played two roles previously played by 'Richard Harris (I)' (qv). The character of Jules Maigret, which 'Richard Harris (I)' (qv) played in a 1988 TV movie and secondly Albus Dumbledore of the Harry Potter Movies.

-   For years he used to carry around what he said was a signed photograph of 'Robert De Niro' (qv), claiming to have met him, though the two had never in fact met. In _The Good Shepherd (2006)_ (qv), he is directed by DeNiro.

-   Holds a private pilot's license and flies his own plane regularly when not filming on location.

-   In 2007 he was nominated for Best Actor at the ESB/Irish Times Theatre awards for his role in the stage adaptation of Samuel Becketts Eh Joe.

-   In 2002 Gambon moved out of his marital home in Kent, England, to live with his now companion, Philippa Hart. The pair welcomed two sons: Michael in May 2007, and William in June 2009.

-   His first child, Fergus, was born to him and his wife in 1964.

-   He doesn't like being interviewed and he once said he lies during interviews to make them more interesting. When someone asked Gambon if he had problems with playing a gay man he replied by saying it was easy because he used to be a homosexual but was forced to quit because it made his eyes water.

-   During an appearance on the BBC program "Top Gear", Gambon took part in the show's regular "Star in a Reasonably-Priced Car" segment. He went around the final corner of the track on two wheels, and, in honor of the feat, the corner has henceforth been dubbed "Gambon" by the show's hosts.

-   He played two Kings of England; 'King Edward VII' (qv) in _The Lost Prince (2003) (TV)_ (qv) and his son 'King George V' (qv) in _The King's Speech (2010)_ (qv). He also played the United States President Lyndon Johnson in _Path to War (2002) (TV)_ (qv).

-   Voted Best Supporting Actor for _"Doctor Who" (2005) {A Christmas Carol (#6.0)}_ (qv) by readers of Doctor Who Magazine.


-   Played Shank in "Cressida", a new play by 'Nicholas Wright (III)' (qv) - Almeida Theatre/ Albery Theatre, London (2000). Also in the cast are 'Anthony Calf' (qv), 'Michael Legge (II)' (qv), and 'Charles Kay' (qv).

-   His credits at London's Greenwich Theatre include: Tom in "The Norman Conquests", a trilogy of new plays by 'Alan Ayckbourn' (qv) (1974, also West End) and Robin in "Not Drowning But Waving" (1973).

-   Played Salter in "A Number", a new play by 'Caryl Churchill' (qv) - Royal Court Jerwood Theatre Downstairs, London (September 2002).

-   TV commercial for Beecham's All-in-One (2002)

-   TV commercial for washing machine detergent, providing the voice of the washing machine.

-   Presents the television programme "Expert Witness", a UK version of _"Forensic Files" (2000)_ (qv).

-   Voiceover for TV advert for HSBC's Mortgage Offer, 2005.

-   His National Theatre credits include: Falstaff in Shakespeare's "Henry IV, Parts 1 & 2" (July 2005), Tom in "Skylight" a new play by 'David Hare (I)' (qv) (1995, also NYC), the title role in Jonson's "Volpone" (1995), Sergeant in "Mountain Language" by 'Harold Pinter' (qv) (1988), Eddie in "A View From The Bridge" by 'Arthur Miller (I)' (qv) (also West End), Jack in "A Small Family Business" by 'Alan Ayckbourn' (qv) (1987), Spules in "Tons of Money" by 'Alan Ayckbourn' (qv) (1986), Dafydd in "A Chorus of Dissproval" by 'Alan Ayckbourn' (qv), Von Horvath in "Tales From Hollywood" by 'Christopher Hampton (I)' (qv) (1983), Benedick in Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" (1981), the title role in "The Life of Galileo" by 'Bertolt Brecht' (qv), "Sisterly Feelings" by 'Alan Ayckbourn' (qv), Roderigo in Shakespeare's "Othello" (1980), Buckingham in Shakespeare's "Richard III", Henry in "Close of Play" by 'Simon Gray (I)' (qv) (1979), Jerry in "Betreyal" by 'Harold Pinter' (qv) (1978) and during it's incarnation at the Old Vic: "Juno and the Paycock", "The Storm" (1966), Snap in "Love for Love", Eilif in "Mother Courage and Her Children" by 'Bertolt Brecht' (qv), Herrick in "The Crucible" by 'Arthur Miller (I)' (qv) (1965), Diego in "The Royal Hunt of the Sun" a new play by 'Peter Schaffer' (qv), "Philoctetes", "Othello", "Andorra" by 'Max Frisch (I)' (qv) (1964), "Hamlet", Coster Pearmain in "The Recruiting Officer", and Shaw's "Saint Joan" (1963).

-   Played Hamm in "Endgame" by 'Samuel Beckett' (qv), with Lee Evans, Liz Smith and Geoffrey Hutchings - Albery Theatre, London (2004).

-   Appeared in Becklett's "Eh Joe" by 'Samuel Beckett' (qv) - Gate Theatre, Dublin/ Duke of York's, London (2006).

-   Appeared in "Celebration" by 'Harold Pinter' (qv) - Gate Theatre, Dublin/ Albery Theatre, London (2005).

-   Played Davies in Pinter's "The Caretaker" by 'Harold Pinter' (qv) - Comedy Theatre, London (2000).

-   Played Tom Driberg in "Tom and Clem" by 'Stephen Churchett (I)' (qv) - Aldwych Theatre, London (1997).

-   His credits at Scarborough's Stephen Joseph Theatre include: the title role in Shakespeare's "Othello" and Roland in "Taking Steps" by 'Alan Ayckbourn' (qv)(1990).

-   Played Douglas in "Man of the Moment" by 'Alan Ayckbourn' (qv) - Globe Theatre, London (1990).

-   Played in "Veterans Day" - Theatre Royal Haymarket, London (1989).

-   Played the title role in 'Anton Chekhov' (qv)'s "Uncle Vanya" - Vaudeville Theatre, London (1988).

-   Played Deely in "Old Times" by 'Harold Pinter' (qv) - Theatre Royal Haymarket, London (1985).

-   Played Bertie in "Alice's Boys" - Savoy Theatre, London (1978).

-   Played Simon in "Otherwise Engaged" by 'Simon Gray (I)' (qv) - Queen's Theatre, London (1976).

-   Played Guy Holden in "The Brass Hat" - Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford (1972).

-   His Royal Shakespeare Company credits include: Weibe in "The Plebeians Rehearse the Uprising", Charles in Shaw's "Major Barbara", Surrey in "Henry VIII", Hotspur/Warwick/Fluellen in "When Thou Art King" (1970), and the title roles in "King Lear" and "Anthony and Cleopatra" (1982) and the man in the UK premiere of "The Unexpected Man" by 'Yasmina Reza' (qv) (1998).

-   His credits at the Liverpool Playhouse include: Andrew in "In Celebration" by 'David Storey (III)' (qv) and the title role in Shakespeare's "Coriolanus" (1969).

-   Played the title role in Shakespeare's "Macbeth" - Forum Theatre, Billingham (1968).

-   His credits at Dublin's Gaity Theatre include : 'William Shakespeare (I)' (qv)'s "Othello" (1962, also tour) and "Captain Boyle" in "Juno and the Paycock", a play by 'Sean O'Casey' (qv) (1999).

-   His credits at Birmingham Rep include: Flynn in "The Bofors Gun", Palmer Anderson in "A Severed Head", Patrick in "The Doctor's Dilemma", Cauchon in Shaw's "Saint Joan", Button Moulder in Ibsen's "Peer Gynt", Escalus in Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" and the title role in Shakespeare's "Othello".

-   Played "Hirst" in 'Harold Pinter' (qv)'s "No Man's Land" - Gate Theatre, Dublin/ Duke of York's Theatre, London (2008).

-   (1997) He acted in Stephen Churchett's play, "Tom and Clem," at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Alec McCowen, Daniel De La Falais, Sarah Woodward, directed by Richard Wilson OBE.

-   (2000) He acted in Nicholas Wright's play, "Cressida," at the Albery Theatre in London, England with Malcolm Sinclair, Anthony Calf, Charles Kay, Daniel Brocklebank, Matthew Hickey, Lee Ingleby, Michael Legge, directed by Sir Nicholas Hytner.

-   (2000) He acted in 'Harold Pinter' (qv)'s play, "The Caretaker", at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with 'Rupert Graves' (qv), 'Douglas Hodge' (qv) in the cast. Directed by 'Patrick Marber' (qv).

-   (1975) He acted in Sir Alan Ayckbourn's play, "The Norman Conquests," at the Globe Theatre in London, England with Sir Tom Courtenay, Felicity Kendal CBE, Penelope Keith CBE, Mark Kingston, Penelope Wilton OBE (for Bridget Turner), Ronald Pickup, Sheila Ballantine, Ivor Danvers, Brigit Forsyth, Julian Holloway, and Julia McKenzie in the cast.

-   (1976) He acted in Simon Gray's play, "Otherwise Engaged," at the Queen's Theatre in London, England with Ian Charleson, Sir Nigel Hawthorne CBE, Julian Glover, Benjamin Whitrow, Jacqueline Pearce, and Mary Miller in the cast. Harold Pinter CBE was director.

-   (1988) He acted in 'Michael Frayn' (qv)'s translation of 'Anton Chekhov' (qv)'s play, "Uncle Vanya", at the Vaudeville Theatre in London, England with 'Jonathan Pryce' (qv), 'Greta Scacchi' (qv), 'Imelda Staunton' (qv) and 'Rachel Kempson' (qv) in the cast. 'Michael Blakemore' (qv) was the director.

-   (1962-1963) He acted in Fred Hoyle's play, "Rockets in URSA Major," at the Mermaid Theatre in London, England with Sean Scully, Nicholas Selby, Peter Cellier, John Pickles, Philip Morant, Denise Coffey, Ronald Herdman, and John Woodvine in the cast. Peter Duguid was director.

-   (1971) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Henry VIII," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Donald Sinden, Peggy Ashcroft, Brewster Mason, Emrys James, Richard Pasco, Jeffery Dench, Nicholas Selby, Derek Smith, Miles Anderson, Lisa Harrow, Christopher Biggins, Geoffrey Hutchings, and Sydney Bromley in the cast. Trevor Nunn was director.

-   (1982) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "King Lear," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England with Antony Sher, Sara Kestelmann, Jenny Agutter, Alice Krige, Pete Postlethwaite, David Waller, and Jonathan Hyde in the cast. Adrian Noble was director.

-   (1982) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "King Lear," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with David Waller and Antony Sher in the cast. Adrian Noble was director.

-   (1983) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "King Lear," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Barbican Theatre in London, England with David Waller and Antony Sher in the cast. Adrian Noble was director.

-   (1983) He acted in William Shakespeare's play, "Antony and Cleopatra," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at The Pit Theatre in London, England with Helen Mirren and Bob Peck in the cast. Adrian Noble was director.

-   (1964) He acted in Peter Shaffer's play, "The Royal Hunt of the Sun," in a Chichester Festival Theatre production at the National Theatre at Chichester in Chichester, Sussex, England with Robert Stephens, Colin Blakely, Robert Lang, Derek Jacobi, Edward Petherbridge, and Edward Hardwicke in the cast. John Dexter and O'Donovan were directors.

-   (October 22,1963) He acted in the opening performance of William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet," in the inaugural National Theatre Production at Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Peter O'Toole, Michael Redgrave, Diana Wynyard, Rosemary Harris, Robert Stephens, Max Adrian, Anthony Nicholls, Derek Jacobi, Robert Lang, John Stride, Colin Blakely, Frank Finlay, Lynn Redgrave, and Louise Purcell in the cast. Laurence Olivier was director.

-   (December 10,1963) He acted in George Farquhar's play, "The Recruiting Officer," in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Laurence Olivier, Maggie Smith, Max Adrian, Michael Turner, Derek Jacobi, Robert Stephens, Colin Blakely, John Stride, Mary Miller, and Lynn Redgrave in the cast. William Gaskill was director.

-   (1964) He acted in Peter Shaffer's play, "The Royal Hunt of the Sun," in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Robert Stephens, Colin Blakely, Derek Jacobi, Edward Petherbridge, Edward Hardwicke, and Louise Purnell in the cast.

-   (1964) He acted in George Farquhar's play, "The Recruiting Officer," in a National Theatre production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Laurence Olivier, Maggie Smith, Max Adrian, Michael Turner, Derek Jacobi, Robert Stephens, Colin Blakely, John Stride, Mary Miller, and Lynn Redgrave in the cast. William Gaskill was director.

-   (1965) She acted in Arthur Miller's play, "The Crucible," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Colin Blakely, Joyce Redman, Frank Finlay, Robert Lang, Louise Purnell, Barbara Hicks, Sheila Reid, Jeanne Hepple, and Anthony Nicholls in the cast. Laurence Olivier was director.

-   (1965) He acted in Peter Shaffer's play, "The Royal Hunt of the Sun," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Robert Stephens, Colin Blakely, Derek Jacobi, Edward Petherbridge, Edward Hardwicke, and Louise Purnell in the cast.

-   (1965) He acted in William Congreve's play, "Love for Love," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Laurence Olivier, Geraldine McEwan, Colin Blakely, Miles Malleson, Edward Hardwicke, Joyce Redman, and Lynn Redgrave in the cast. Peter Wood was director.

-   (1966) He acted in Sean O'Casey's play, "Juno and the Paycock," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Colin Blakely, Joyce Redman, Ronald Pickup, Frank Finlay, Madge Ryan, Anthony Hopkins (played Irregular Mobiliser), and Christopher Timothy in the cast. Laurence Olivier was director.

-   (1966) He acted in William Congreve's play, "Love for Love," in a National Theatre Company production at the Old Vic Theatre in London, England with Laurence Olivier, Geraldine McEwan, Colin Blakely, Miles Malleson, Edward Hardwicke, Joyce Redman, and Lynn Redgrave in the cast. Peter Wood was director.

-   (January 1978-December 1978) He acted in Repertoire Season in the National Theatre production at the Lyttelton, Olivier, and Cottesloe Theatres in London, England in William Wycherley's play, "The Country Wife;" Sean O'Casey's play, "The Plough and the Stars;" Harley Granville Barker's play, "The Madras House;" Ben Jonson's play, "Volpone;" Ferenc Molnar's play, "The Guardsman;" play, "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight;" Georges Feydeau's play, "The Lady from Maxim's;" Robert Bolt's play, "State of Revolution;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Bedroom Farce;" Victor Hugo's play, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame;" Julian Mitchell's play, "Half-Life;" John MacKendrick's play, "Lavender Blue;" Anton Chekhov's play, "The Cherry Orchard;" Arnold Wesker's play, "Love Letters on Blue Paper;" Keith Dewhurst's play, "Lark Rise;" Henrik Ibsen's play, "Brand;" David Hare's play, "Plenty;" Odon Von Horvath and Christopher Hampton's play, "Don Juan Comes Back From the War;" William Shakespeare's play, "Macbeth;" P.L. Travers's play, "Plunder;" play, "Lost Worlds;" David Mamet's play, "American Buffalo;" play, "The Woman;" William Congreve's play, "The Double Dealer;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "The Philanderer;" play, "The World Turned Upside Down;" John Galsworthy's play, "Strife;" Harold Pinter's play, "Betrayal;" Charles Wood's play, "Has 'Washington' Legs;" and play, "Herold;" with Joss Ackland, Polly Adams, Brian Blessed, Brenda Blethyn, Judi Bowker, Michael Bryant, Ian Charleson, Patience Collier, Julie Covington, Kenneth Cranham, Andrew Cruickshank, Cyril Cusack, Timothy Davies, J.G. Devlin, Edna Dore, Avril Elgar, Lynn Fairleigh, Albert Finney, Paul Freeman, Susan Fleetwood, Brenda Fricker, John Gielgud, Brian Glover, Michael Gough, Edward Hardwicke, Nicky Henson, Bob Hoskins, Richard Johnson, Sara Kestelman, Ben Kingsley, Dinsdale Landen, Susan Littler, Daniel Massey, Mark McManus, Stephen Moore, Peggy Mount, Kate Nelligan, Hugh Paddick, Richard Pearson, Ralph Richardson, Diana Rigg, Paul Scofield, Jack Shepherd, Elizabeth Spriggs, John Standing, Robert Stephens, Dorothy Tutin, and Penelope Wilton in the cast.

-   (January 1979-December 1979) He acted in the Repertoire Season in the National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre, Olivier Theatre, and Cottesloe Theatre in London, England in John Galsworthy's play, "Strife;" William Congreve's play, "The Double Dealer;" play, "The Woman; William Shakespeare's plays, "Macbeth," "As You Like It," and "Richard III;" Harold Pinter's play, "Betrayal;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "The Philanderer;" P.L. Travers's play, "Plunder;" play, "Herod;" Charles Wood's play, "Has 'Washington' Legs?;" play, "The World Turned Upside Down;" Thomas Middleton's play, "A Fair Quarrel;" Eugene O'Neill's play, "The Long Way Home;" Leo Tolstoy's play, "The Fruits of Enlightenment;" Somerset Maugham's play, "For Services Rendered;" Keith Dewhurst's plays, "Lark Rise" and "Candleford;" play, "Beowulf;" Simon Gray's play, "Close of Play;" Aeschylus's play "The Oresteia;" Friedrich Schnitzler and Tom Stoppard's play, "Undiscovered Country;" play, "Dispatches;" Peter Logan's play, "Fall;" Arthur Miller's play, "Death of A Salesman;" Arthur L. Kopit's play, "Wings;" Peter Shaffer's play, "Amadeus;" J.B. Priestley's play, "When We Are Married;" play, "A Country Calendar;" and Henrik Ibsen's play, "The Wild Duck;" with Robin Bailey, Brenda Blethyn, Judi Bowker, Michael Bryant, Yvonne Bryceland, Selina Cadell, Simon Callow, Anna Carteret, Oliver Cotton, Andrew Cruickshank, Constance Cummings, J.G. Devlin, Edna Dore, Michael Feast, Albert Finney, Alison Fiske, Susan Fleetwood, Paul Freeman, Brian Glover, Gawn Grainger, Nicky Henson, Greg Hicks, Ian Hogg, Bob Hoskins, Harold Innocent, Peter Jeffrey, Felicity Kendall, Sara Kestelman, Dinsdale Landen, Phyllida Law, Doreen Mantle, Anna Massey, Daniel Massey, Mark McManus, Warren Mitchell, Stephen Moore, John Normington, Bill Owen, Joyce Redman, Ralph Richardson, Joan Sanderson, Leslie Sands, Paul Scofield, Jack Shepherd, John Standing, Robert Stephens, Dorothy Tutin, June Watson, Penelope Wilton, and John Wood in the cast.

-   (1974) He acted in 'Alan Ayckbourn' (qv)'s play, "The Norman Conquests", at the Globe Theatre in London, England with 'Tom Courtenay' (qv), 'Penelope Keith' (qv), 'Felicity Kendal' (qv), 'Bridget Turner' (qv) and 'Penelope Wilton' (qv) in the cast.

-   (1980) He acted in Bertolt Brecht's play, "The Life of Galileo," in a British National Theatre production at the Olivier Theatre in London, England with Yvonne Bryceland, Andrew Cruickshank, Nicholas Selby, Selina Cadell, Mark Dignam, Michael Bryant, and Sean Baker in the cast. John Dexter was director.

-   (January, April, June-December 1980) He acted in the British National Theatre Season Repertoire of Athol Fugard's play, "A Lesson From Aloes," Peter Shaffer's play, "Amadeus," William Shakespeare's plays, "As You Like It," "Othello," and Richard III;" Arthur Miller's plays, "Death of a Salesman and "The Crucible;" David Storey's play, "Early Days," Terence Rattigan's plays, "Harlequinade" and "The Browning Version;" Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's play, "Hiawatha," Eugene O'Neill's plays, "Hughie," "The Iceman Cometh," and "The Long Voyage Home;" Nigel Williams's play, "Line 'Em," Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Sisterly Feelings," Henrik Ibsen's play, "The Wild Duck," Bernard Pomerance's play, "The Elephant Man," Howard Brenton's play, "The Romans in Britain," Bertolt Brecht's play, "The Life of Galileo," John Vanbrugh's play, "The Provok'd Wife," religious plays, "The Passion" and "The Nativity;" Harold Pinter's play, "The Caretaker," play, "Thee and Me," Tom Stoppard's play, "Undiscovered Country," Lillian Helman's play, "Watch on the Rhine," and J.B. Priestley's play, "When We Are Married," at the Olivier Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Cottesloe Theatre in London, England with Peggy Ashcroft, Robin Bailey, Gillian Barge, Brenda Blethyn, Michael Bryant, Yvonne Bryceland, David Burke, Selina Cadell, Simon Callow, Anna Carteret, Kenneth Cranham, Andrew Cruickshank, Phil Daniels, J.G. Devlin, Mark Dignam, Edna Dore, Lindsay Duncan, Susan Engel, Brian Glover, Gawn Grainger, Nicky Henson, Greg Hicks, Ian Hogg, Harold Innocent, Peter Jeffrey, Felicity Kendall, Sara Kestelman, Michael Kitchen, Phyllida Law, Alec McCowen, Peter McEnery, Geraldine McEwan, Mark McManus, Warren Mitchell, Stephen Moore, John Normington, Bill Owen, Jonathan Pryce, Joyce Redman, Ralph Richardson, Joan Sanderson, Leslie Sands, Paul Scofield, Jack Shepherd, Frederick Treves, Dorothy Tutin, Penelope Wilton, and John Wood in the cast.

-   (January 1981-April 1981) He acted in the British National Theatre production repertoire season in George Bernard Shaw's play, "Man and Superman;" Henry Wadsworth Longellow's play, "Hiawatha;" Howard Brenton's play, "The Romans in Britain;" "Bertolt Brecht's play, "The Life of Galileo;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Sisterly Feelings;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Othello" and "Measure for Measure;" Peter Shaffer's play, "Amadeus;" Harold Pinter's play, "The Caretaker;" John Vanbrugh's play, "The Provok'd Wife;" Lillian Hellman's play, "Watch on the Rhine;" Bernard Pomerance's play, "The Elephant Man;" Terrence Rattigan's plays, "The Browning Version," and "Harlequinade,;" the play, "The Nativity," Ivan Turgenev's play, "A Month in the Country;" Tom Taylor's play, "The Ticket-Of-Leave Man;" and Moliere's play, "Don Juan," with Francesca Annis, Peggy Ascroft, Norman Beaton, Brenda Blethyn, Michael Bryant, David Burke, Yvonne Bryceland, Simon Callow, Jane Carr, Anna Carteret, Paul Copley, Kenneth Cranham, Andrew Cruickshank, J.G. Devlin, Lindsay Duncan, Brian Glover, Michael Gough, Nicky Henson, Greg Hicks, Felicity Kendall, Michael Kitchen, Daniel Massey, Alec McCowen, Geraldine McEwan, Warren Mitchell, Stephen Moore, John Normington, Jonathan Pryce, Ralph Richardson, David Schofield, Paul Scofield, Nigel Terry, Penelope Wilton, and John Wood in the cast.

-   (1983) He acted in Christopher Hampton's play, "Tales from Hollywood," in a British National Theatre production at the Olivier Theatre in London, England with Ian McDiarmid in the cast. Peter Gill was director.

-   (February 1983 to March 1983; July 1983 to September 1983) He acted in the British National Theatre Season Repertoire at the Cottesloe, Lyttelton, and Olivier Theatres in London, England in Frank Leosser's musical, "Guys and Dolls;" John Gay's play, "The Beggar's Opera;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "Way Upstream;" Bertolt Brecht and Eisler's play, "Schweyk In the Second World War;" Oscar Wilde's play, "The Importance of Being Earnest;" Thomas Kyd's play, "The Spanish Tragedy;" David Hare's play, "A Map Of the World;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "Major Barbara;" Peter Gill's plays, "A Kick for Touch," and "Small Change;" William Shakespeare's play, "A Midsummer's Night Dream;" Harold Pinter's play, "Other Places;" Alfred Du Musset's play, "Lorenzaccio;" Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The Rivals;" Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman's play, "You Can't Take It With You;" Jean Giradoux's play, "The Trojan War Will Not Take Place;" John Marston and David A. Blostein's play, "The Fawn;" plays, "One Woman Plays;" Christopher Hampton's play, "Tales from Hollywood;" and David Mamet's play, "Glengarry Glen Ross;" with Clive Arrindell, Norman Beaton, Michael Bryant, Yvonne Bryceland, Kenneth Cranham, Annette Crosbie, Edward De Souza, Judi Dench, J.G. Devlin, Jane Downs, Susan Fleetwood, Barry Foster, Brian Glover, Stefan Gryff, Nigel Havers, Patricia Hayes, Tony Haygarth, James Hazeldine, Greg Hicks, Ronald Hines, Michael Hordern, Martin Jarvis, Karl Johnson, Paul Jones, Jane Lapotaire, James Laurenson, Patti Love, Brewster Mason, Anna Massey, Geraldine McEwan, Julia McKenzie, Bill Nighy, John Normington, Nicola Pagett, Bill Paterson, Trevor Peacock, Edward Petherbridge, Sian Philips, Diana Quick, Ralph Richardson, Paul Rogers, Patrick Ryecart, Paul Scofield, Roshan Seth, Fiona Shaw, Jack Shepherd, Belinda Sinclair, Imelda Staunton, Maggie Steed, Zoe Wanamaker June Watson, Billie Whitelaw, Penelope Wilton, and David Yelland in the cast.

-   (December 1985-January 1986) He acted in the British National Theatre Repertoire Season at the Cottesloe, Lyttelton, and Olivier Theatre in London, England in Peter Shaffer's play, "Yonadab;" Tom Stoppard's play, "The Real Inspector Hound;" Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The Critic;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "A Chorus of Disapproval;" Howard Brenton and David Hare's play, "Pravda;" William Congreve's play, "Love for Love;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "Mrs. Warren's Profession;" Richard Peaslee's play, "Animal Farm;" John Webster's play, "The Duchess of Malfi;" Anton Chekhov's play, "The Cherry Orchard;" Athol Fugard's play, "The Road to Mecca;" and William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet;" with Robin Bailey, Ian Bartholomew, Alan Bates, Eleanor Bron, Michael Bryant, Yvonne Bryceland, Selina Cadell, Charlotte Cornwell, Gemma Craven, Sheila Hancock, Greg Hicks, Anthony Hopkins, Kelly Hunter, Jonathan Hyde, Sara Kestelman, Roy Kinnear, Leigh Lawson, Nigel Le Vaillant, Hugh Lloyd, Tim McInnery, Ian McKellen, Stephen Moore, Claire Moore, Wendy Morgan, Bill Nighy, Bob Peck, Edward Petherbridge, Joan Plowright, Amanda Redman, Moira Redmond, Imelda Staunton, and Jane Wenham in the cast.

-   (1986) He acted in Alan Ayckbourn's play, "A Chorus of Disapproval," in a British National Theatre production at the Lyttelton Theatre and Olivier Theatre in London, England with Bob Peck, Imelda Staunton, and Gemma Craven in the cast. Alan Ayckbourn was also director.

-   (January-February 1986, June 1986, October-December 1986) He acted in the British National Theatre Repertoire Season at the Cottesloe Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Olivier Theatre in London, England in Peter Shaffer's play, "Yonadab;" Tom Stoppard's plays, "The Real Inspector Hound," and "Dalliance;" Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play, "The Critic;" Alan Ayckbourn's plays, "A Chorus of Disapproval," and "Tons of Money;" Howard Brenton's play, "Pravda;" Neil Simon's play, "Brighton Beach Memoirs;" William Congreve's play, "Love for Love;" George Bernard Shaw's play, "Mrs Warren's Profession;" John Webster's play, "The Duchess of Malfi,;" Charlotte Chandler's play, "Not About Heroes;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Hamlet," and "King Lear;" Athol Fugard's play, "The Road to Mecca;" Anton Chekhov's play, "The Cherry Orchard;" Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill's play, "The Threepenny Opera;" Sarah Daniels's play, "Neaptide;" play, "Futurists;" David Wood's play, "The Pied Piper;" Richard Peaslee's play, "Animal Farm;" Franz Werfel's play, "Jacobowsky and The Colonel;" Arthur Wing Pinero's play, "The Magistrate;" David Hare's play, "The Bay At Nice;" Arthur Miller's play, "The American Clock;" Stephen Poliakoff's play, "Coming In To Land;" and Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz's play, "The Mother;" with Robin Bailey, Desmond Barrit, Alan Bates, Suzanne Bertish, Brenda Blethyn, Eleanor Bron, Michael Bryant, Yvonne Bryceland, Selina Cadell, Simon Cadell, David Calder, Charlotte Cornwell, Gemma Craven, Tim Curry, Daniel Day Lewis, Frances De La Tour, Sally Dexter, Russell Dixon, Simon Dutton, Julian Fellowes, Alison Fiske, Robert Glenister, Sheila Hancock, Nigel Hawthorne, Anthony Head, Greg Hicks, Clare Higgins, Anthony Hopkins, Kelly Hunter, Geoffrey Hutchings, Jonathan Hyde, Barry Ingham, Sara Kestelman, Roy Kinnear, Leigh Lawson, Nicholas Le Prevost, Nigel Le Vaillant, Hugh Lloyd, Stephen Mackintosh, Anna Massey, Tim McInnery, Ian McKellen, Claire Moore, Stephen Moore, Wendy Morgan, Bill Nighy, Bob Peck, Edward Petherbridge, Joan Plowright, Amanda Redman, Moira Redmond, Jack Shepherd, Michael Simkins, Maggie Smith, Imelda Staunton, Patrick Stewart, Ken Stott, Zoe Wanamaker, Marcia Warren, Jane Wenham, and Irene Worth in the cast.

-   (1987) He acted in Alan Ayckbourn's play, "A Small Family Business," in a British National Theatre production at the Olivier Theatre in London, England with Polly Adams, Marcia Warren, and Simon Cadell in the cast. Alan Ayckbourn was also director.

-   (June 1987-July 1987; August 1987-December 1987) He acted in the British National Theatre Repertoire Season at the Cottesloe Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Olivier Theatre in London, England in Alan Ayckbourn's plays, "A Small Family Business," and "Tons of Money;" William Shakespeare's play, "Antony and Cleopatra," and "King Lear;" Luigi Pirandello's play, "Six Characters In Search of An Author;" August Strindberg's play, "Miss Julie;" Ivan Turgenev and Brian Friel's play, "Fathers and Sons;" Moliere's play, "School for Wives;" Arthur Wing Pinero's play, "The Magistrate;" Henrik Ibsen's play, "Rosmersholm;" Frederico Garcia Lorca's play, "Yerma;" Arthur Miller's play, "A View from a Bridge;" John Cecil Holm and George Abbott's play, "Three Men on a Horse;" Thurston E. Temple's play, "The Wandering Jew;" Nick Darke's play, "Ting Tang Mine;" Peter Gill's play, "Mean Tears;" David Wood's play, "The Pied Piper;" A.R. Gurney's play, "Entertaining Strangers;" play, "Countrymania;" Samuel Beckett's play, "Waiting for Godot;" play, "Down Cemetery Road;" William Shakespeare's play, "Hamlet," by the Royal Dramatic Theatre of Stockholm, Sweden; William Shakespeare's play, "Macbeth," and Euripedes's play, "Medea," by the Ninagawa Company of Japan; and the play, "Tomorrow Was War," by the Mayakovsky Theatre Company of Russia with Robin Bailey, Desmond Barrit, Alan Bennett, Suzanne Bertish, Richard Bonneville, Michael Bryant, Simon Cadell, Garry Cooper, Gemma Craven, Julian Curry, Judi Dench, Sally Dexter, Paola Dionisotti, Russell Dixon, Robert Eddison, Ralph Fiennes, Julia Ford, Patrick Garland, Nigel Hawthorne, Barbara Hicks, Douglas Hodge, Anthony Hopkins, Celia Imrie, Barbara Jefford, Karl Johnson, Nicholas Le Prevost, Philip Locke, Anna Massey, Alec McCowen, Sylvester McCoy, Bill Nighy, Richard Pasco, Tim Pigott-Smith, Mark Rylance, Leslie Sands, Michael Simkins, Juliet Stevenson, Sian Thomas, Philip Voss, and Marcia Warren in the cast.

-   (1987) He acted in Arthur Miller's play, "A View from the Bridge," in a British National Theatre production at the Aldwych Theatre in London, England with Elizabeth Bell, Suzan Sylvester, Michael Simkins, Adrian Rawlins, James Hayes, and Richard Cordery in the cast. Alan Ayckbourn was director.

-   (January 1988 to June 1988; August 1988 to December 1988) He acted in the British National Theatre Repertoire Season at the Cottesloe Theatre, Lyttelton Theatre, and Olivier Theatre in London, England in John Ford's play, "'Tis A Pity She's A Whore;" Alan Ayckbourn's play, "A Small Family Business;" Athol Fugard's play, "A Place with the Pigs;" William Shakespeare's plays, "Antony and Cleopatra," "Cymbeline," "The Tempest," and "The Winter's Tale;" Ben Jonson's play, "Bartholomew Fair;" Tennessee Williams's play, "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof;" play, "Countrymania;" A.R. Gurney's play, "Entertaining Strangers;" David Hare's plays, "Fanshen," and "Secret Rapture;" Brian Friel's plays, "Fathers and Sons," and "Making History;" Lope De Vega's play, "Fuente Ovejuna;" Adrian Mitchell's play, "Love Songs of World War III;" Harold Pinter's play, "Mountain Language;" Nicholas Wright's play, "Mrs Klein;" Arnold Wesker's play, "Roots;" Caroline Chapmans' play, "Russell of the Times;" Alan Bennett's play, "Single Spies;" Thomas Middleton's play, "The Changeling;" August Strindberg and John Osborne's play, "The Father;" the play, "The Magic Olypmical Games;" David Wood's play, "The Pied Piper;" the play, "The Shaughraum;" Nick Ward's play, "The Strangeness of Others;" Nick Darke's play, "Ting Tang Mine;" and Samuel Beckett's play, "Waiting for Godot;" with Polly Adams, John Alderton, Francesca Annis, Eileen Atkins, Robin Bailey, Jill Baker, David Bamber, Jim Barclay, Gillian Barge, Alan Bennett, Richard Bonneville, Jim Broadbent, Michael Bryant, David Burke, Simon Callow, Ian Charleson, Garry Cooper, Jonathan Cullen, Judi Dench, Sally Dexter, Paola Dionisotti, Russell Dixon, Lindsay Duncan, Nick Dunning, Robert Eddison, Ralph Fiennes, Susan Fleetwood, Mick Ford, Clive Francis, Henry Goodman, Rupert Graves, George Harris, Tony Haygarth, Guy Henry, Anthony Hopkins, Colin Jeavons, Barbara Jefford, Paul Jesson, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Mark Lockyer, Steven Mackintosh, Maggie McCarthy, Alec McCowen, Sylvester McCoy, Sarah Miles, Stephen Moore, Richard Pasco, Tim Pigott-Smith, Eric Porter, Stephen Rea, Paul Shelley, Kate Spiro, Alison Steadman, Ken Stott, Sian Thomas, Niall Tobin, Bridget Turner, Philip Voss, Julian Wadham, Zoe Wanamaker, John Wells, Penelope Wilton and Peter Woodward in the cast.

-   (1985) He acted in Harold Pinter's play, "Old Times," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Liv Ullmann and Nicola Pagett in the cast.

-   (1989) He acted in Donald Freed's play, "Veterans Day," at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in the London, England with Jack Lemmon and Robert Flemyng in the cast.


-   Theater actors are just tolerated. You have to be a movie star to be a celebrity.


-   (May 2005) At the Royal National Theatre, London, performing in the production of William Shakespeares 'Henry the 4th' (parts 1 & 2).

-   (December 2008) At the Duke of York Theatre, London, performing in 'Harold Pinter' (qv)'s "No Man's Land", with 'David Walliams' (qv) and 'David Bradley (IV)' (qv).


-   "The Daily Telegraph" (UK), 6 October 2008, by: Jasper Rees, "Michael Gambon: still up for a bit of bovver"

-   "The Independent Review" (UK), 28 April 2004, pg. 2, "The World According To... Michael Gambon"

-   "Daily Telegraph" (UK), 17 February 2004, pg. 17, by: John Whitley, "Theatre's big bear is tied down at last"


-   "Reader's Digest" (UK), January 2009, pg. 42 - 48, by: Imogen Stubbs, "Prepare for Take-Off"

-   "The Friday Review (Guardian supplement)" (UK), 23 April 2004, pg. 7, "The Trickster"


-   "Metro" (Netherlands), 7 June 2012, "Maigret DVD Box"


-   "The Independent Arts and Books Review" (UK), 27 February 2004

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  1. "The Challengers" (1972) {History Does Not Pay the Rent (#1.3)}
  2. Ivan the Fool (2015)
  3. Crossmaglen (2013)
  4. Muse of Fire: A Documentary (2013)
  5. Unity (2013)
  6. "Quirke" (2013) {Christine Falls (#1.1)}
  7. London - The Modern Babylon (2012)
  8. Quartet (2012)
  9. Restless (2012) (TV)
  10. "British Legends of Stage and Screen" (2012) {Michael Gambon (#1.1)}
  11. "Luck" (2011) {Ace and Claire Tour a Horse Farm (#1.7)}
  12. "Luck" (2011) {Ace Counters Smythe's Move with His Own (#1.8)}
  13. "Luck" (2011) {Ace Meets with a Colleague (#1.4)}
  14. "Luck" (2011) {Ace Pitches a Deal (#1.6)}
  15. "Luck" (2011) {Two Prized Colts Go Head-to-Head (#1.9)}
  16. "The Jonathan Ross Show" (2011) {(#3.6)}
  17. "Watching Ourselves: 60 Years of Television in Scotland" (2012) {Swashbuckled (#2.1)}
  18. 50 Greatest Harry Potter Moments (2011) (TV)
  19. Comic Relief: Uptown Downstairs Abbey (2011) (TV)
  20. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011)
  21. Page Eight (2011) (TV)
  22. "Imagine" (2003) {Alan Ayckbourn: Greetings from Scarbrough (#18.3)}
  23. "Masterpiece Contemporary" (2008) {Page Eight}
  24. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010)
  25. Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey (2010)
  26. Muse of Fire: A Documentary (2010) {{SUSPENDED}}
  27. The Book of Eli (2010)
  28. The Inn at the Edge of the World (2010) {{SUSPENDED}}
  29. The King's Speech (2010)
  30. "Children in Need" (1980) {(2010-11-19)}
  31. "Doctor Who Confidential" (2005) {Christmas Special (#6.0)}
  32. "Doctor Who" (2005) {A Christmas Carol (#6.0)}
  33. "The Michael Ball Show" (2010) {(2010-09-14)}
  34. "Today" (1952) {(2010-06-18)}
  35. "Top Gear" (2002) {(#15.1)}
  36. Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009)
  37. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009)
  38. I Was Hitler's Weatherman (2009) {{SUSPENDED}}
  39. "Emma" (2009) {(#1.1)}
  40. "Emma" (2009) {(#1.2)}
  41. "Emma" (2009) {(#1.3)}
  42. "Emma" (2009) {(#1.4)}
  43. "HBO First Look" (1992) {Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince}
  44. "Kröd Mändoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire" (2009) {Wench Trouble (#1.1)}
  45. "Xposé" (2007) {(#3.205)}
  46. Brideshead Revisited (2008)
  47. "Xposé" (2007) {(#2.235)}
  48. Celebration (2007) (TV)
  49. De Niro: A Self Portrait (2007) (TV)
  50. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)
  51. How Sweet the Sound: The Story of Amazing Grace (2007) (V)
  52. Joe's Palace (2007) (TV)
  53. My Boy (2007) {{SUSPENDED}}
  54. The Alps (2007)
  55. The Baker (2007)
  56. The Good Night (2007)
  57. "Cranford" (2007) {August 1842 (#1.2)}
  58. "Cranford" (2007) {November 1842 (#1.3)}
  59. Amazing Grace (2006)
  60. Harry vs. the Horntail: The First Task (2006) (V)
  61. John Duffy's Brother (2006)
  62. The Good Shepherd (2006)
  63. The Maze: The Third Task (2006) (V)
  64. The Omen (2006)
  65. "Richard & Judy" (2001) {(2006-06-22)}
  66. "The Hollywood Greats" (1977) {Marlon Brando}
  67. "Top Gear" (2002) {(#8.5)}
  68. Brave New World (2005) (V)
  69. Death of Celebrity (2005) (TV)
  70. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)
  71. Have I Got News for You: The Best of the Guest Presenters - Volume 2 (2005) (V)
  72. Inside 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire' (2005) (TV)
  73. Matthew Gray Gubler's Life Aquatic Intern Journal (2005) (V)
  74. Stories of Lost Souls (2005)
  75. "Drama Connections" (2005) {The Singing Detective (#1.7)}
  76. "HBO First Look" (1992) {'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire': Dark Matters, New Masters (#12.26)}
  77. "Planet Voice" (2004) {Planet Potter}
  78. Being Julia (2004)
  79. Creating the Vision (2004) (V)
  80. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)
  81. Head to Shrunken Head (2004) (V)
  82. Layer Cake (2004)
  83. Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (2004)
  84. Storyboarding 'Open Range' (2004) (V)
  85. The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004)
  86. "Call My Bluff" (1997) {(2004-06-02)}
  87. "Have I Got News for You" (1990) {(#27.5)}
  88. "HBO First Look" (1992) {'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban': Something Wicked this Way Comes (#11.12)}
  89. "Room 101" (1994) {(#9.8)}
  90. Check the Gate: Putting Beckett on Film (2003) (V)
  91. Deep Blue (2003)
  92. Ghost Hunter (2003) (VG)
  93. Little Wolf's Book of Badness (2003)
  94. Open Range (2003)
  95. Standing Room Only (2003)
  96. Sylvia (2003)
  97. The Actors (2003)
  98. The Lost Prince (2003) (TV)
  99. "Angels in America" (2003) {Part 1 Millennium Approaches (#1.1)}
  100. Ali G Indahouse (2002)
  101. Path to War (2002) (TV)
  102. The BAFTA TV Awards 2002 (2002) (TV)
  103. "Omnibus" (1967) {Robert Altman in England}
  104. "The Charlie Rose Show" (1991) {(2002-05-17)}
  105. "Top Gear" (2002) {(#1.8)}
  106. "Expert Witness" (2001)
  107. Charlotte Gray (2001)
  108. Christmas Carol: The Movie (2001)
  109. Gosford Park (2001)
  110. High Heels and Low Lifes (2001)
  111. Larry and Vivien: The Oliviers in Love (2001) (TV)
  112. Shackleton's Antarctic Adventure (2001)
  113. The Making of 'Gosford Park' (2001) (TV)
  114. "Perfect Strangers" (2001) {(#1.1)}
  115. "Perfect Strangers" (2001) {(#1.2)}
  116. "Perfect Strangers" (2001) {(#1.3)}
  117. "The Greatest" (1998) {100 Greatest TV Characters}
  118. Endgame (2000) (TV)
  119. Longitude (2000) (TV)
  120. Sleepy Hollow: Behind the Legend (2000) (V)
  121. The BAFTA TV Awards 2000 (2000) (TV)
  122. "Ruby" (1997) {(#4.10)}
  123. Dead on Time (1999)
  124. Le château des singes (1999)
  125. Plunkett & Macleane (1999)
  126. Sleepy Hollow (1999)
  127. The Insider (1999)
  128. The Last September (1999)
  129. "Wives and Daughters" (1999) {(#1.1)}
  130. "Wives and Daughters" (1999) {(#1.2)}
  131. "Wives and Daughters" (1999) {(#1.3)}
  132. "Wives and Daughters" (1999) {(#1.4)}
  133. Dancing at Lughnasa (1998)
  134. The Gambler (1997)
  135. The Wings of the Dove (1997)
  136. Mary Reilly (1996)
  137. Midnight in Saint Petersburg (1996)
  138. Samson and Delilah (1996) (TV)
  139. The Innocent Sleep (1996)
  140. The Willows in Winter (1996) (TV)
  141. "Expert Witness" (1996) {A Family Man (#1.2)}
  142. "Expert Witness" (1996) {The Answer's in the Soil (#1.1)}
  143. "Expert Witness" (1996) {The Body in the Box (#1.3)}
  144. "Expert Witness" (1996) {The Bomb Maker (#1.5)}
  145. "Expert Witness" (1996) {The Deadly Doctor (#1.7)}
  146. "Expert Witness" (1996) {The Gambler (#1.6)}
  147. "Expert Witness" (1996) {Written in Blood (#1.4)}
  148. "The Charlie Rose Show" (1991) {(1996-10-22)}
  149. Bullet to Beijing (1995)
  150. Nothing Personal (1995)
  151. The Wind in the Willows (1995) (TV)
  152. Two Deaths (1995)
  153. "Great Performances" (1970) {The Art of Conducting: Great Conductors of the Past (#23.12)}
  154. A Man of No Importance (1994)
  155. Clean Slate (1994)
  156. Faith (1994) (TV)
  157. Squanto: A Warrior's Tale (1994)
  158. The Browning Version (1994)
  159. "Maigret" (1992) {Maigret and the Hotel Majestic (#2.2)}
  160. "Maigret" (1992) {Maigret and the Maid (#2.6)}
  161. "Maigret" (1992) {Maigret and the Minister (#2.5)}
  162. "Maigret" (1992) {Maigret and the Night Club Dancer (#2.1)}
  163. "Maigret" (1992) {Maigret on the Defensive (#2.3)}
  164. "Maigret" (1992) {Maigret's Boyhood Friend (#2.4)}
  165. "Performance" (1992) {The Entertainer (#3.4)}
  166. Toys (1992)
  167. "Maigret" (1992) {Maigret and the Burglar's Wife (#1.2)}
  168. "Maigret" (1992) {Maigret and the Mad Woman (#1.4)}
  169. "Maigret" (1992) {Maigret Goes to School (#1.3)}
  170. "Maigret" (1992) {Maigret on Home Ground (#1.5)}
  171. "Maigret" (1992) {Maigret Sets a Trap (#1.6)}
  172. "Maigret" (1992) {The Patience of Maigret (#1.1)}
  173. Mobsters (1991)
  174. "Minder" (1979) {Guess Who's Coming to Pinner (#8.5)}
  175. "The Storyteller: Greek Myths" (1990) {Daedalus & Icarus (#1.4)}
  176. "The Storyteller: Greek Myths" (1990) {Orpheus & Eurydice (#1.3)}
  177. "The Storyteller: Greek Myths" (1990) {Perseus & the Gorgon (#1.2)}
  178. "The Storyteller: Greek Myths" (1990) {Theseus & the Minotaur (#1.1)}
  179. Blood Royal: William the Conqueror (1990) (TV)
  180. A Dry White Season (1989)
  181. Monster Maker (1989) (TV)
  182. The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (1989)
  183. The Heat of the Day (1989) (TV)
  184. The Rachel Papers (1989)
  185. "About Face" (1989) {Searching for Señor Duende (#1.1)}
  186. "The Dame Edna Experience" (1987) {(#2.4)}
  187. "The Jim Henson Hour" (1989) {Monster Maker (#1.6)}
  188. Missing Link (1988)
  189. Paris by Night (1988)
  190. "Bergerac" (1981) {Winner Takes All (#5.2)}
  191. "Theatre Night" (1985) {Ghosts (#2.5)}
  192. "The Singing Detective" (1986) {Clues (#1.4)}
  193. "The Singing Detective" (1986) {Heat (#1.2)}
  194. "The Singing Detective" (1986) {Lovely Days (#1.3)}
  195. "The Singing Detective" (1986) {Pitter Patter (#1.5)}
  196. "The Singing Detective" (1986) {Skin (#1.1)}
  197. "The Singing Detective" (1986) {Who Done It (#1.6)}
  198. Absurd Person Singular (1985) (TV)
  199. Tropical Moon Over Dorking (1985) (TV)
  200. Turtle Diary (1985)
  201. "Oscar" (1985) {De Profundis (#1.3)}
  202. "Oscar" (1985) {Gilded Youth (#1.1)}
  203. "Oscar" (1985) {Trials (#1.2)}
  204. La ronde (1982) (TV)
  205. "ITV Playhouse" (1967) {The Breadwinner (#14.4)}
  206. "Tales of the Unexpected" (1979) {The Umbrella Man (#2.11)}
  207. "The Other One" (1977) {(#2.1)}
  208. "The Other One" (1977) {(#2.2)}
  209. "The Other One" (1977) {(#2.3)}
  210. "The Other One" (1977) {(#2.4)}
  211. "The Other One" (1977) {(#2.5)}
  212. "The Other One" (1977) {(#2.6)}
  213. "BBC Play of the Month" (1965) {The Seagull (#13.4)}
  214. "Play for Love" (1978) {The Party of the First Part}
  215. "Premiere" (1977) {One of These Nights I'm Gonna Get an Early Day (#2.5)}
  216. "Chalk and Cheese" (1977)
  217. "ITV Sunday Night Drama" (1959) {The Man Who Liked Elephants (#2.15)}
  218. "The Other One" (1977) {(#1.1)}
  219. "The Other One" (1977) {(#1.2)}
  220. "The Other One" (1977) {(#1.3)}
  221. "The Other One" (1977) {(#1.4)}
  222. "The Other One" (1977) {(#1.5)}
  223. "The Other One" (1977) {(#1.6)}
  224. "The Other One" (1977) {(#1.7)}
  225. "BBC Play of the Month" (1965) {French Without Tears (#11.8)}
  226. "Centre Play" (1973) {In the Labyrinth (#3.9)}
  227. "ITV Sunday Night Drama" (1959) {Now Is Too Late}
  228. "Play for Today" (1970) {The Other Woman (#6.11)}
  229. "Play for Today" (1970) {Tiptoe Through the Tulips (#6.21)}
  230. The Beast Must Die (1974)
  231. "Zodiac" (1974) {The Cool Aquarian (#1.2)}
  232. Nothing But the Night (1973)
  233. "A Picture of Katherine Mansfield" (1973) {(#1.5)}
  234. "Arthur of the Britons" (1972) {The Prisoner (#2.3)}
  235. "Great Mysteries" (1973) {An Affair of Honour (#1.16)}
  236. "ITV Saturday Night Theatre" (1969) {Catholics (#6.9)}
  237. "Love Story" (1963) {Kippers and White Wine (#10.11)}
  238. "Menace" (1970) {Judas Goat (#2.1)}
  239. "Six Days of Justice" (1972) {Stranger in Paradise (#3.2)}
  240. "Special Branch" (1969) {Hostage (#3.12)}
  241. "Kate" (1970) {A Fact of Life (#3.5)}
  242. "Play for Today" (1970) {Cows (#2.17)}
  243. "Softly Softly: Task Force" (1969) {Welcome to the Club (#4.11)}
  244. "The Challengers" (1972) {The Salesmen (#1.5)}
  245. "The Challengers" (1972) {The Tomorrow Business (#1.1)}
  246. "The Man Outside" (1972) {Cuculus Canorus (#1.6)}
  247. "BBC Play of the Month" (1965) {A Midsummer Night's Dream (#7.1)}
  248. "Eyeless in Gaza" (1971) {And Calm of Mind, All Passion Spent (#1.5)}
  249. "Eyeless in Gaza" (1971) {Come, Come, No Time for Lamentation Now (#1.3)}
  250. "Eyeless in Gaza" (1971) {O Dark, Dark, Dark, Amid the Blaze of Noon (#1.1)}
  251. "Eyeless in Gaza" (1971) {With Inward Eyes Illuminated (#1.2)}
  252. "Confession" (1970) {People Who Visit Glass Houses (#1.4)}
  253. "The Borderers" (1968) {A Woman or an Epitaph (#2.9)}
  254. "The Borderers" (1968) {Among the Eagles (#2.5)}
  255. "The Borderers" (1968) {Hostage (#2.10)}
  256. "The Borderers" (1968) {Plot Counterplot (#2.6)}
  257. "The Borderers" (1968) {Snatch (#2.3)}
  258. "The Borderers" (1968) {Survival Day (#2.2)}
  259. "The Borderers" (1968) {The Quacksalver (#2.7)}
  260. "The Borderers" (1968) {The Sea-Cole Man (#2.13)}
  261. "The Borderers" (1968) {The Siege of Cocklaws (#2.1)}
  262. "The Borderers" (1968) {The Terror of the March (#2.12)}
  263. "The Borderers" (1968) {To the Gallows Tree (#2.8)}
  264. "The Borderers" (1968) {What a Vengeance Upon England (#2.4)}
  265. "The Borderers" (1968) {Where the White Lillies Grow (#2.11)}
  266. "Fraud Squad" (1969) {Last Exit to Leichstenstein (#1.3)}
  267. "The Borderers" (1968) {Bloodfeud (#1.8)}
  268. "The Borderers" (1968) {Dispossessed (#1.13)}
  269. "The Borderers" (1968) {Fugitive (#1.5)}
  270. "The Borderers" (1968) {Giant (#1.9)}
  271. "The Borderers" (1968) {Hero (#1.7)}
  272. "The Borderers" (1968) {Justice (#1.12)}
  273. "The Borderers" (1968) {Outlaw (#1.11)}
  274. "The Borderers" (1968) {Stranger (#1.6)}
  275. "The Borderers" (1968) {Treason (#1.4)}
  276. "The Borderers" (1968) {Truce (#1.2)}
  277. "The Borderers" (1968) {Wedlock (#1.10)}
  278. "The Borderers" (1968) {Witch-hunt (#1.3)}
  279. "BBC Play of the Month" (1965) {The Seagull (#4.3)}
  280. "Public Eye" (1965) {Have Mud, Will Throw (#3.4)}
  281. "The Borderers" (1968) {Vengeance (#1.1)}
  282. Much Ado About Nothing (1967) (TV)
  283. "BBC Play of the Month" (1965) {Romeo and Juliet (#3.3)}
  284. "Softly Softly" (1966) {Appointment in Wyvern (#2.21)}
  285. Othello (1965)

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