He really had an excellent career, by Phantom Empires standards. He had a couple of blips on the international radar as one of the wingmen in the final raid on the Death Star in STAR WARS, and as the President-Gilbert & Sullivan Society in CHARIOTS OF FIRE. The rest of the notable stuff is on the telly.
Sadly, he died in 1994 at the age of 45 (two years younger than myself...eek). I found that out in recent researches, and it stuck me as particularly tragic; so few do what he did, especially nowadays, when UK tv is a glossy, WB-styled wasteland, and nobody did it as well. He was on the list of people that I'd hoped to bump into at a pub someday...but sadly, not to be.