It doesn't work that way, you know, because most parts that you think you'd do well, most other people don't. So they offer you something - The Avengers is a good example.. I fitted into that because I came from that sort of background. It's not even acting.
The only danger about websites, you know, is people who remember something you did or said thirty or forty years ago, and bring it up against you, so you're going for a job and you don't get it.
The radio even weren't allowed to say there was a Holocaust and people were being killed right, left and center in these terrible camps.
They call it The New Avengers but it's really the old Avengers with new people except for me, looking rather fat and rather old.
And in the Second World War, you didn't just read about it in the newspapers because you weren't allowed to read it in the newspapers. It was all censored, you know? So nobody knew what we were doing.
Well, you know, I was through the whole of the Second World War and saw all my friends killed.
These things don't just come, arrive and settle like a bird picking up a few bits of crumbs. They develop. I think the best word for these things is develop. They develop because of the human beings who just happen to be there at the time.
So I find the fascination, the love, the incredible skill and everything to do with acting, writing plays, and doing them, just darling. Lovely. I love actors.
Until the year 1967, it was a crime, for which you could be put in prison, to make homosexual love to someone in your own house. If they came in and caught you at it, you could be put into prison. This has changed - I'm talking about England, incidentally.
I like most of the Humphrey Bogart movies because they had to act then, and they acted very well. Edward G. Robinson is probably the best actor I've ever seen on the movies.
But I did an awful lot of work in Hollywood, and in New York for that matter.
Television has some lovely aspects to it - and some ghastly aspects - but the theater itself was a wonderful invention.