Appeared (as "Aksenti Ivanovitch") in "Diary of a Madman" by Nikolay Gogol
. Royal Theatre Court, London, England.
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[having been called a drunk by Michael Caine
] The point about Michael is that he can say what he likes, I don't mind him opening his mouth and shooting off. I don't care what he says. But don't characterize Richard Burton
, Peter O'Toole
and me as drunks as if that's all we achieved in our life, because he could live 20 fucking lives and he couldn't achieve as much as we three have achieved.
In an interview with the Toronto Star in 2001, Harris expressed his concern that his association with the Harry Potter films would outshine the rest of his career. He explained, "Because, you see, I don't just want to be remembered for being in those bloody films, and I'm afraid that's what's going to happen to me.".
A rebel in real life, a part he often portrayed on screen