He acted in Anthony Shaffer's play, "Sleuth," at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey with Jordan Christopher in the cast. Warren Crane was director.
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[on Laurence Olivier
's performance in Sleuth
(1972)] The thing about Olivier, he was too big, you see? He was trying to be a little like that man should be, which is a little sort of upper class, probably a repressed homosexual. I think that the wife obviously led him a pretty dance. Olivier missed all of these points. I was rather good at that because I was able to get all of the subtlety out of...
He was forced to retire from acting due to problems with arthritis, but could still do voiceover work.
Chilly but mellifluous voice, often used to menacing effect