He acted in Alan Bennett's play, "Getting On," at the Queen's Theatre in London, England with Mona Washbourne and Gemma Jones in the cast. Patrick Garland was director.
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Kenneth More C.B.E. | Kenneth Moore
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Speaking of his role as Chick Byrd in "The Comedy Man": The public wouldn't accept me as a stevedore or as a Liverpool truck driver, so I've been prevented, until now, from making a realistic subject, although it's something I've been longing to do. (The Gazette, Montreal, 22 March 1963)
Was sued unsuccessfully by the singer Dorothy Squires
(aka Mrs Roger Moore) in 1969 when he mistakenly referred to another woman as Roger Moore's wife. Kenneth More had been introducing guests prior to the British Film Academy Awards at the Hilton Hotel, London for a TV film documenting the event. The other woman was in fact Luisa Mattioli
who had lived with Roger Moore for several years after he...