His Royal Shakespeare Company credits include "Oroononko", "Volpone", "Antony and Cleopatra", "Richard III", and the title role in "Henry VI Parts I, II and III".
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[defending Benedict Cumberbatch
after he caused outrage for using the term "colored actors" instead of "actors of color"] When you look at what he was actually saying, it's clear that he's a huge supporter of black performers. To attack him for a term, as opposed to what he was actually saying, I think is very disingenuous and is indicative of the age we live in where people are looking for ...
His performance in the title role of the RSC's production of "Henry VI Parts I, II and III" earned him the Ian Charleson Award for outstanding performance by a young actor in a classical theatre role (2001).