He acted in Martin Sherman's play, "Some Sunny Day," at the Hampstead Theatre in London, England with Corin Redgrave, Sara Kestelman, and Cheryl Campbell in the cast. Roger Michell was director.
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People are always saying I'm self-destructive. I don't see what that means. Does it mean you see a situation, and think, 'This is an opportunity for me to really destroy myself?'... I'll always come a cropper at some point. I'm just not in kilter. Maybe the job I'm trying to do is too mainstream for me. Being an actor nowadays is about as bohemian as being a country vicar.
He has become an icon in Italy since the late 1980s, mostly because Tiziano Sclavi
, the author of the popular comic "Dylan Dog", chose his face for the protagonist. Cemetery Man
(1994) is based upon a novel by Sclavi as well, so Everett was the natural choice for the Italian audience.