Played Biff in "Death of a Salesman" by Arthur Miller, alongside Ken Stott
and Jude Law
- West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds (1994).
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6' 1" (1.85 m)
Did You Know?
In the July 4, 2001 Newswatch, Wild West End column: "There was one woman whom I was absolutely infatuated with, but she had no interest in me. I was very young at the time and thought the way to prove my love was to write a book for her. It ran for pages and pages and I had it bound in leather to give to her. But it still didn't have the desired effect."
The name, Purefoy, is originally Norman French and literally means "good faith" or "my word or bond is in good faith." Some Purefoys went to England during the Norman Conquest and others emigrated to England as French Huguenot expatriates in the fifteenth century.