Career

Filmography (from IMDb.com)

Actor:

* 1990s

* 1980s

* 1970s

* 1960s

 

MOVIES

1990s

1996 Jane Eyre … as John

1990/I Hamlet  … as Bernardo

1990 White Hunter Black Heart … as Basil Fields, British Partner

1980s

1984 Johnny Dangerously … as Prisoner

1982 My Favorite Year  … as Technical Director

1970s

1979 The Tempest … as Antonio

1978 Mannen i skuggan … as Tornilla

1978 International Velvet … as Tim

1976 Sebastiane … as Justin

1975 Confessions of a Pop Performer … as Petal (Kipper)

1972 Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland … as 7 of Spades

1971 Nicholas and Alexandra … as Grand Duke Dimitry

1970 Erste Liebe … as Lt. Belovzorov

1970 The Breaking of Bumbo … as Bumbo Bailey

1960s

1969 The Bed Sitting Room … as Allan

1968 If… … as Wallace: Crusaders

 

1968/I Romeo and Juliet … as Gregory

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TV MOVIES

 1990s

1991 The Lost Language of Cranes (14 November 1991) …as Frank

1980s

1980 Very Like a Whale (TV Movie) 1980 … as Party guest

1960s

1969 For “The Wednesday Play” (1 episode) – The Vortex (10 December 1969) … as Nicky Lancaster

 

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 TV SERIES and MINI-SERIES

 1980s

A Fine Romance” 1981-1984 (23 episodes) … as Phil Barker

– Happy Ever After? (17 February 1984)
– A Romantic Meal (10 February 1984)
– A Weekend Away (27 January 1984)
– Mike’s New Girlfriend (20 January 1984)
– In Hiding (13 January 1984)
– The Telephone Call (6 January 1984)
– Extreme Measures (9 December 1983)
– Parenthood (2 December 1983)
– Business Problems (25 November 1983)
– The Dinner Party (18 November 1983)
– Missing (4 November 1983)
– Furniture (21 February 1982)
– Boulogne (14 February 1982)
– The New Secretary (7 February 1982)
– Was That a Proposal? (31 January 1982)
– A Trip to the Dentist (24 January 1982)
– A Helping Hand (13 December 1981)
– Playing Games (13 December 1981) ?
– Keep Them Apart (6 December 1981)
– How to Avoid Bankruptcy (29 November 1981)
– Unlucky in Love (22 November 1981)
– Different Answers (8 November 1981)
– First Meeting (1 November 1981)

 .

 No Excuses (TV Series) 1983 … as Mike
– They’re Onto Us
– Little Actress

 .

1970s

BBC2 Playhouse” (1 episode) … as R.D. Jackson

– School Play (7 November 1979)

 .

Miss Jones and Son” (1 episode) … as Matthew

– And Father Came Too (23 May 1977)

 .

Brensham People” (3 episodes) … as John Moore

– William Hart, Wainwright (17 December 1976)

– Master of Many Parts (10 December 1976)

– Going, Going, Gone (3 December 1976)

 .

The Expert” (1 episode) … as Donald Lamborbey

– Inheritance (8 October 1976)

 .

Quiller” (1 episode) … as Wentworth

– The Thin Red Line (24 October 1975)

 .

Oil Strike North” (1 episode) … as Actor

– First Lion (16 September 1975)

 .

Warship” (3 episodes) – Lt. Parry

– A Standing and Jumping War (2 August 1973)

– Sub Smash (19 July 1973)

– The Prize (12 July 1973)

 .

The Shadow of the Tower” (4 episodes) … as Perkin Warbeck

– The Fledgling (23 March 1972)

– The Strange Shapes of Reality (16 March 1972)

– The Man Who Never Was (9 March 1972)

– Do the Sheep Sin? (2 March 1972)

.

Please Sir!” (7 episodes) … as David Ffitchett-Brown

– Nemesis for Norman (11 December 1971)

– Sibley, Mumsie, Dodo and Georgie (27 November 1971)

– False Alarms (20 November 1971)

– Black Power (13 November 1971)

– What’s a Class Between Friends? (30 October 1971)

– A.W.O.L (23 October 1971)

– David and Goliath (16 October 1971)

 .

Out of the Unknown” (1 episode) … as Alec

– The Shattered Eye (30 June 1971)

 .

The Last of the Mohicans” (8 episodes) … as Uncas

– Part 8 (7 March 1971)

– Part 7 (28 February 1971)

– Part 6 (21 February 1971)

– Part 5 (14 February 1971)

– Part 4 (7 February 1971)

– Part 3 (31 January 1971)

– Part 2 (24 January 1971)

– Part 1 (17 January 1971)

 .

ITV Saturday Night Theatre” (1 episode) … as Don Robson

– Slattery’s Mounted Foot (20 June 1970)

 .

1960s

 “The First Churchills” (4 episodes) – Francis Godolphin

– Not Without Honour (13 December 1969)

– Breaking the Circle (6 December 1969)

– A Famous Victory (29 November 1969)

– Reconciliation (22 November 1969)

 .

Plays of Today” (1 episode) … as Actor

– The English Boy (9 October 1969)

.

ITV Playhouse” (2 episodes )

– Your Name’s Not God, It’s Edgar (9 December 1968) – Trevor

– I Love You Miss Patterson (27 November 1967) – Peter Baxter

 .

Armchair Theatre” (1 episode) … as Terry

– Recount (18 April 1968)

 .

Half Hour Story” (1 episode) … as Mike Hamilton

– The Casting Session (19 January 1968)

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THEATRE

 I’m searching the complete list of the plays in which he worked. Contributions are welcome.

Some come from IMDb.com – some from theatricalia.com

1993-1994, Theatre Royal, Bath – Rope directed by Keith Baxter – Richard played Sir Johnstone Kentley, the father of the victim.

 

1992 – 1993, Minerva Theatre, Chichester – Rope directed by Keith Baxter – Richard played Sir Johnstone Kentley, the father of the victim.

 

1992, Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, West Sussex, England – Richard played Alec  in Melvyn Bragg’s play, “King Lear in New York”, in a Chichester Festival Production with John Stride, Jenny Seagrove and Kate O’Mara in the cast. Patrick Garland was the director.

 

1991, 20th May – 27th July, Chichester Festival Theatre – Richard played Duke of Suffolk, in William Shakespeare and John Fletcher’s play, “Henry VIII or All Is True,” in a Chichester Festival Production – cast: Keith Michell, Dorothy Tutin, Tony Britton, Christopher Timothy, Stephen Jenn, Tom Fahy, Benjamin Whitrow, Jonathan Elsom, John Quentin, Fiona Fullerton, Ruthie Henshall, Neil Daglish and Colin Farrell. Ian Judge was director.

 

1990, 20 – 25 August – “Treasure Island” for the Edimburgh Festival. (source special.lib.gla.ac.uk)

 

1988 – 1989, Churchill Theatre, Bromley – “Time and the Conways“. Director: Keith Baxter.

 

1987 , 1 September – 5 December, Theatre Royal, Bath – Richard played Cpl Clive Winton in “See How They Run“. Director: Leslie Lawton. (sources grandmemories.co.uk and eBay)

 

1985 – 1986, Theatre Royal, Bath – Richard played Henry Higgins in “My Fair Lady” (tour). Director: John Doyle.

 

Tuesday July 10, 1984 – He acted in William Shakespeare’s play, “The Merchant of Venice,” in a Chichester Festival Production at the Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester, West Sussex, England with Alec Guinness, Joanna McCallum, David Yelland, Paul Herzberg, Matthew Francis, Sydney Bromley, Tim Swinton, and Jane Carr in the cast. Patrick Garland was director.

 

1982 – “The Real Thing” – by Tom Stoppard (Strand) – cast: Richard Warwick, Judy Geeson, Paul Shelley, Susan Penhaligon, Andrew Powell, Julia Tobin, Neil Daglish; director: Peter Wood. First performance at the Strand Theatre Tuesday 16 November 1982.

 

1980, October – November 2, Hartford Stage, Hartford, Conneticut, USA – Richard played Folgard in “The Beaux Stratagem“. (source abouttheartists.com)

 

1980, January – February 10, Hartford Stage, Hartford, Conneticut, USA – Richard played Henry Harcourt-Reilly in “The Cocktail Party“. (source abouttheartists.com)

 

1977, South Africa? – Richard Warwick played Arthur in Tom Stoppard’s “Dirty Linen“. (sources esat.sun.ac.za and bidorbuy.co.za)

 

1974, 24th September – … October, Cambridge Arts Theatre – Richard played Charles Surface in “The School for Scandal“, for Cambridge Theatre Co.

 

1974, U.K. cities – “Hamlet“, Cambridge Theatre Company.

 

1973 – He acted in Terence Rattigan’s play, “In Praise of Love”, at the Duchess Theatre in London, England with Donald Sinden, Joan Greenwood and Don Fellows in the cast. John Dexter was the director.

 

1972, Young Vic, London – Richard played Cinna; Pindarus; Dardanius in “Julius Caesar“, for National Theatre at the Young Vic; started 17th August 1972. Director: Peter James.

 

 

1972, Young Vic, London – Richard played Tommy Owens in “The Shadow of a Gunman“, for National Theatre at the Young Vic; started 4th July 1972.

 

1966, Old Vic, London – “The Storm” by Alexander Ostrovsky, adapted by Doris Lessing, for National Theatre. The production starred: Harry Lomax, Roy Holder, Christopher Timothy, Frank Finlay, Ronald Pickup, Barbara Hicks, Beatrix Lehmann, John Stride, Jill Bennett, Sheila Reid, Jeanne Watts, Petronella Barker, Alan Adams, David Bailie, David Belcher, Peter Cellier, Oliver Cotton, Margo Cunningham, Reginald Green, Mary Griffiths, Edward Hardwicke, Luke Hardy, David Hargreaves, Anthony Hopkins, William Hoyland, Caroline John Lewis Jones, Kate Lansbury, John McEnery, Kenneth Mackintosh, Peter Penry Jones, Frederick Pyne, Malcolm Reynolds, Maggie Riley and Richard Warwick. Production by John Dexter.

 

1965 – 1966, 20th October 1965 – ? 1966, Old Vic, London – Richard played T/O Blackamoor in William Congreve’s play, “Love for Love”, in a National Theatre Production – with Laurence Olivier, Geraldine McEwan, Joyce Redman, Miles Malleson, Anthony Nicholls, John Stride, Robert Lang, Edward Hardwicke, Ronald Pickup, Jeanne Watts, Barbara Hicks, Oliver Cotton and Petronella Barker in the cast. Peter Wood was the director.

 

1967, 21st February – ? April, Old Vic, London – Richard played Sentry in August Strindberg’s play, “The Dance of Death”, in a National Theatre Production at the Theatre Royal in Brighton, East Sussex, England with Laurence Olivier, Geraldine McEwan, Robert Stephens, Anthony Hopkins (played “Sentry”) in the cast.

 

no date – Terence Rattigan’s “Charley’s Aunt“.

no date – Terence Rattigan’s “While The Sun Shines“.

no date – “Jane Eyre” (tour).

no date, USA – Richard played Sir Quatermain in “Quatermain’s Terms“.

no date, Atlanta, USA – Richard played Jack Absolute in “The Rivals“.

 

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