He acted in TS Eliot's play, "The Confidential Clerk," at the Lyric Theatre in London, England with Margaret Leighton, Isabel Jeans, Paul Rogers, Alan Webb, and Peter Jones in the cast.
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5' 11½" (1.82 m)
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[on RADA] I was asked to leave. They said I had no talent. I disliked it intensely there. It was all filled with acting students who thought they were so grand and knew it all. It made me feel ridiculously stupid.
The British magazine "TV Times" stated in 1975 that "since the death of Dennis Price
he has cornered the market in playing upper-class drunks and con-men. But Price's villains were suave, Elliott's are seedy".
Frequently played alcoholics