Stephen Moore Biography (1937-)

Born December 11, 1937, in London (some sources cite Brixton), England; son of Stanley and Mary Elisabeth (maiden name, Bruce-Anderson) Moore; married Barbara Mognaz (marriage ended); married Celestine Randall (marriage ended); married Beth Morris (marriage ended); married Noelyn George; children: (first marriage) Robyn, Guy, Hedda; (second marriage) Charlotte; (fourth marriage) Sophie Martha. Addresses: Contact: Markham & Froggatt Ltd., Julian House, 4 Windmill St., London W1P 1HF, England.

Gender
Male
Occupation
Actor
Birth Details
December 11, 1937
London, England

Famous Works

  • CREDITS
  • Stage Appearances
  • (Stage debut) First immigration officer, A View from the Bridge, Theatre Royal, Windsor, England, 1959
  • (London stage debut) William, As You Like It, Old Vic Theatre, 1959
  • Slender, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Old Vic Theatre, 1959
  • Faustus, Old Vic Theatre, between 1959 and 1961
  • The White Devil, Old Vic Theatre, between 1959 and 1961
  • Saint Joan, Old Vic Theatre, between 1959 and 1961
  • Romeo and Juliet, Old Vic Theatre, bewteen 1959 and 1961
  • Flute, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Old Vic Theatre, 1960
  • Sir Andrew Aguecheek, Twelfth Night, Old Vic Theatre, 1961
  • Orin Mannon, Mourning Becomes Electra, Old Vic Theatre, 1961
  • Quicksilver, Eastward Ho, Mermaid Theatre, London, 1962
  • Jack, Hughie, Duchess Theatre, London, 1963
  • Ivan Shatov, The Possessed, Mermaid Theatre, 1963
  • Messenger, The Bacchae, Mermaid Theatre, 1964
  • Webster, Will Somebody Please Say Something, Arts Theatre, London,1967
  • Achilles and Polymestor, The Trojan Wars, Mermaid Theatre, 1967
  • Jimmy Wesson, The Fight for Barbara, Mermaid Theatre, 1967
  • A Day in the Life of Joe Egg, Colchester Repertory Company, Colchester, England, 1967-1968
  • Spring and Port Wine, Colchester Repertory Company, between 1967 and 1968
  • Forget-Me-Not Lane, Colchester Repertory Company, between 1967 and1968
  • Mick Goonahan, It's a Two Foot Six Inches above the Ground World,Bristol, England, 1969 then Wyndham's Theatre, London, 1970
  • Major Barbara, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Bristol, between 1969 and1971
  • Macbeth, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, between 1969 and 1971
  • A Streetcar Named Desire, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, between 1969 and 1971
  • Woyzeck, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, between 1969 and 1971
  • Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, between 1969 and 1971
  • Harris, After Magritte, Ambiance Theatre, London, 1970
  • The Iceman Cometh, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, 1971
  • Hedda Gabler, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, 1971
  • The Taming of the Shrew, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, 1971
  • Petruchio, The Taming of the Shrew, Bristol Old Vic Theatre, thenHong Kong Festival, Hong Kong, 1973
  • Fenwick, Section Nine, Royal Shakespeare Company, The Place Theatre, then Aldwych Theatre, both London, 1974
  • Azdak, The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Birmingham, England, 1974
  • Jeep, Action, Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, London, 1974
  • Phil, Objections to Sex and Violence, Royal Court Theatre, London,1975
  • Patrick, Treats, Royal Court Theatre, then May Fair Theatre, London, both 1976
  • Arthur, Dirty Linen, Almost Free Theatre, London, then Arts Theatre, both 1976
  • Newfound Land, Almost Free Theatre, then Arts Theatre, both 1976
  • Trevor, Bedroom Farce, National Theatre, then Prince of Wales Theatre, both London, 1977
  • Lunacharsky, State of Revolution, National Theatre, 1977
  • Dr. Pettypon, The Lady from Maxim's, National Theatre, 1977
  • Raymond Brock, Plenty, National Theatre, 1978
  • Hjalmar Ekdal, The Wild Duck, National Theatre, 1979
  • (Broadway debut) Trevor, Bedroom Farce, Brooks Atkinson Theatre, 1979
  • Cassio, Othello, National Theatre, 1980
  • Sisterly Feelings, National Theatre, 1980
  • The Romans in Britain, National Theatre, 1980
  • A Doll's House, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1982-1983
  • Poppy, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1982-1983
  • The Hard Shoulder, Aldwych Theatre, 1983
  • Captain Parolles, All's Well That Ends Well, Royal Shakespeare Company, London, and Martin Beck Theatre, New York City, both 1983
  • Sir Toby Belch, Twelfth Night, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1983-1984
  • Cardinal Wolsey, Henry VIII, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1983-1984
  • Mr. Darling/Captain Hook, Peter Pan, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1983-1984
  • Chaplain, Mother Courage, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1983-1984
  • Subtle, The Alchemist, Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, London, 1985
  • Love for Love, National Theatre, 1986
  • Dalliance, National Theatre, 1986
  • A Penny for a Song, Royal Shakespeare Company, 1986
  • Peachum, The Threepenny Opera, National Theatre, 1986
  • Jack McCracken, A Small Family Business, National Theatre, 1987
  • Corry Kinchela, The Shaugraun, 1988
  • Paris Match, Garrick Theatre, London, 1989
  • Reflected Glory, Vaudeville Theatre, London, 1992
  • Henry Preece, Disposing of the Body, Hampstead Theatre, London, 1999
  • Also appeared in An Ideal Husband, The Importance of Being Earnest, Present Laughter, and Pride and Prejudice, all TheatreRoyal, between 1959 and 1968; appeared in The Good Soldier Schweyk and The Plough and the Stars, Mermaid Theatre, between 1962 and 1967; Julius Caesar, Royal Court Theatre, between 1963 and 1972; appeared in An Enemy of the People, The Life of Galileo, Peer Gynt, and Piano, all Royal National Theatre.
  • Major Tours
  • Lord Goring, An Ideal Husband, Windsor Theatre Company, U.S. cities, 1968
  • Hortensio, The Taming of the Shrew, Bristol Old Vic Theatre Company, South American cities, 1972
  • Smash, British cities, 1981
  • Stage Director
  • Spring and Port Wine, Colchester Repertory Company, 1967-1968
  • Film Appearances
  • Voice of flute, Sen noci svatojanske (also known as A MidsummerNight's Dream), Ceskoslovensky-Showcorporation, 1961
  • The White Bus (also known as Red, White, and Zero), 1966
  • Peter's colleague, The Last Shot You Hear, Twentieth Century-Fox,1969
  • Major Steele, A Bridge Too Far, United Artists, 1977
  • Chief flight controller, Rough Cut, Paramount, 1980
  • Jeff, Where the Boys Are '84, TriStar, 1984
  • Howard, Laughterhouse (also known as Singleton's Pluck), 1984
  • Mr. Jolly, Clockwise, Universal, 1986
  • Dominic, The Doctor, Buena Vista, 1991
  • Roscoe, Under Suspicion, Columbia, 1992
  • Management Chief Mackenzie, Brassed Off, Miramax, 1996
  • Also appeared as Guy in Diversion and as Michael in White Bird.
  • Television Appearances
  • Series
  • The Rock Follies, 1977
  • George Mole, The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole (also known as TheGrowing Pains of Adrian Mole and The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged13 3/4), syndicated, 1987
  • Hugh Marriner, Love Hurts, 1992
  • Nicholas Spencer, And the Beat Goes On, 1996
  • Dad, Harry Enfield and Chums, BBS, 1997
  • Geoffrey Parkes, The Peter Principle, BBC, 1997
  • Harold Cornice, Fish, BBS, 2000
  • Miniseries
  • Jasper, "Brideshead Revisited," Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1982
  • Voice of Marvin the Paranoid Android, the whale, and Frankie Mouse, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, PBS, 1982
  • Mr. Bill Wilson, The Last Place on Earth, PBS, 1985
  • Quirk, Love on a Branch Line, 1993
  • Mayor Walter Vincy, "Middlemarch," Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1994
  • Mr. Parker, The Queen's Nose, 1995
  • Jentee, The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns (also known as Leprechauns and Kampf der Jobolde), NBC, 1999
  • Professor David Gee, This Is Personal: The Hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper, Granada (England), 2000
  • Also appeared in the miniseries Small World.
  • Episodic
  • Thompson, PBS, 1988
  • Radio producer, "Deceived by Flight" (also known as "Inspector Morse IV"), Mystery!, 1989 PBS, 1991
  • Mr. Hipkiss, "Arms and the Dog," Boon, 1989
  • Basil Hampton, "He Died a Death," Murder Most Horrid, 1991
  • Marvin, "Douglas Adams," The South Bank Show, 1992
  • Ray Morgan, "No Strings," Lovejoy, 1992
  • Detective Superintendent Billy Urquhart, "Nobody's Fireproof," Betweenthe Lines, 1992
  • "Everybody Needs Somebody," Casualty, 1993
  • Minister, "Awards," Drop the Dead Donkey, 1993
  • General, "Les gummiques," Paris, 1994
  • A Bit of Fry and Laurie, 1995
  • Gerald Norland, Dangerfield, 1995
  • Ron, "The Queen's Birthday Present," The Thin Blue Line, 1995
  • Alan Dunn, "Miracle on Casualty," Casualty, 1998
  • Emmerdale Farm (also known as Emmerdale), 2000
  • Specials
  • Danny, Solo, PBS, 1987
  • Art Nicely, "Tales from Hollywood," American Playhouse, PBS, 1992
  • Other
  • Dinner with the Family, BBC, 1962
  • Haigha, Alice through the Looking Glass, 1974
  • George, Three Men in a Boat, 1975
  • To Catch a King, 1984
  • Henry Feathers, Blore M.P., 1989
  • First Athenian representative, The War That Never Ends, 1991
  • Hawkins, Message for Posterity (also known as Performance: Message for Posterity), BBC, 1994
  • Berkeley, Sharpe's Sword, 1995
  • Ralph, The Missing Postman, BBC, 1997
  • Dr. Rymans, The Student Prince, BBC, 1997
  • Third broker, A Christmas Carol (movie), Arts and Entertainment, 1999
  • Blumenthal, Justice in Wonderland, 2000
  • Also appeared in Bedroom Farce; Just between Ourselves; Keep Smiling; Soldiers Talking Cleanly; and To See Ourselves.

Further Reference

OTHER SOURCES

    Periodicals
    • Plays & Players, February 22, 1985

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