Known for his tasks in such BBC tv dramas as Great Expectations as well as the Virgin Queen, he also appeared in various professional stage productions, making a 2001 Laurence Olivier Award for his performance in Stephen Sondheim’s Merrily We Move Along. After teaching for 3 years in the Guildhall College of Music and Crisis, he performed in a number of Royal Shakespeare Business productions, including an Adrian Noble-directed staging of the Midsummer Night’s Fantasy that continued to Broadway. He was nominated to get a Welsh BAFTA Honor for his part in the 1997 film Be Brave. Created and elevated in Rhondda, Wales, he later on resolved in London, Britain. Right away of his performing profession, he was open up about becoming gay. He made an appearance with Derek Jacobi within an English stage creation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest.