Acted in "Danielle Steel's 'The Ring'" (NBC)
Acted in Franco Zeffirelli's production of "Much Ado About Nothing" at the National Theatre
Cast as Tybalt in Zeffirelli's film version of "Romeo and Juliet"
Earned Daytime Emmy nomination as a music video producer who discovers his wife may not be deceased but may be a homeless woman in "Are You My Mother?", an "ABC Afterschool Special"
Essayed Merlin in "A Young Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court"
Had lead role in the sci-fi thriller "Logan's Run"
Played Rachel Ward's husband in "Wide Sargasso Sea"
Portrayed Basil Exposition, the head of British intelligence in "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery"
Portrayed King Arthur in the ABC movie "A Knight in Camelot"
Portrayed Pip in the NBC version of "Great Expectations"
Returned to the Broadway stage in a production of Arthur Miller's "The Crucible"
US musical theater debut, "The Little Prince and the Aviator"; show closed in previews in NYC
While in teens, worked with semi-professional Bromley Little Theatre Company; appeared in "The Yellow Jacket"
Acted in the all-star ensemble of "Murder on the Orient Express"
Broadway debut in Tennessee Williams' short-lived play "Outcry"
Cast as an opera producer in love with a singer in the CBS version of "The Phantom of the Opera"
Essayed the tough head of a reform school in "Borstal Boy"
Film acting debut in "The Taming of the Shrew", directed by Zeffirelli
Had recurring role on the AMC original series "The Lot", portraying an Errol Flynn-like actor; earned Emmy nomination for guest performance
Joined The National Theatre in London (January)
Played a regular role on the CBS primetime soap opera "Knots Landing'
Played dual roles in the syndicated "The Night of the Fox"
Raised in Burgess Hill, a suburb of London and Brighton
TV acting debut as Young Jolyon in the BBC production of "The Forsyte Saga"
Acted in the BBC film "The Weather in the Streets"
At age three, broke nose when he jumped off the roof of a coal house trying to fly
Became member of Dundee Repertory Theatre in Scotland; stage debut there as Sergius in "Arms and the Man"; adopted stage name of Michael York
Co-starred in the CBS miniseries "Fall From Grace"
Delivered a fine turn as an amoral bisexual in "Something for Everyone", stage director Harold Prince's first feature film
Gave a strong performance as a Brit traveling in Nazi Germany in the underrated "England Made Me"
Had lead role of a mysterious professor who attempts to assist a troubled young man in "Henry James' The Haunting of Hell House"; released on video before airing on Cinemax
Played John the Baptist in the NBC biblical miniseries "Jesus of Nazareth"
Played media mogul Stone Alexander in the religious-themed "The Omega Man"
Published a memoir about his adventures in Filmmaking in 21st century Russia entitled "Are My Blinkers Showing?"
Reprised the role of Basil in "Austin Powers: Goldmember"
Succeeded Richard Gere in the lead role of Max in the Broadway production of "Bent"
Essayed King Charles II in "The Lady and the Highwayman" (CBS)
Essayed the role of Brian Roberts, the stand-in for author Christopher Isherwood, in Bob Fosse's film adaptation of "Cabaret"
First film as producer (associate), "The Riddle of the Sands" (also actor); released in USA 1984
Had leading role in the CBS movie "The Master of Ballantrae"
Had supporting role in the film musical "Lost Horizon"
London stage debut, a one-line role in a production of "Hamlet"
Played D'Artagnan in "The Three Musketeers", Richard Lester's romp based on the Dumas' classic
Reportedly turned down the male lead in the film version of "Love Story"
Reprised Basil in "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me"
Reprised role in the sequel, "Megiddo: Omega Code 2"
Toured Italy with the Youth Theater in a production of "Julius Caesar"