His many U.K. stage appearances also include, for the RNT, Metropolitan Kabarett, Summerfolk, Broken Glass (as Phillip Gellburg), Angels in America (as Roy Cohn), Pericles, After the Fall, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Beatrice and Benedick, and Guys and Dolls (as Nathan Detroit, opposite Imelda Staunton of Taking Woodstock); for the Royal Shakespeare Company, Richard III (in the title role), They Shoot Horses Don't They? (in the lead role of the M.C., Rocky Gravo), Everyman in his Humour, Henry V, The Devils, Redstar, The Comedy of Errors, Volpone, The Time of Your Life, Jacques and His Master, and Henry VIII; the starring role in the acclaimed 2007 revival of Fiddler on the Roof, at the Sheffield Crucible and in the West End; The Hypochondriac, in the title role, at the Al- meida Theater; The Birthday Party, at the Duchess The- atre; Feelgood, in the lead role, at the Garrick Theatre, Hampstead Theatre; Chicago, as Billy Flynn, at the Adel- phi Theatre; Hysteria, as Sigmund Freud, at the West End's Royal Court Theatre; and, currently, Duet for One, at the West End's Vaudeville Theater.
In the U.S., he has starred on Broadway in Art and Tartuffe, playing the title role in the latter.
Mr. Goodman's television work includes guest ap- pearances on a host of series, from Spooks (a.k.a. MI-5) to Dalziel and Pascoe to Foyle's War; such miniseries as the BBC/Channel 4 co-production Cold Lazarus, direct- ed by Renny Rye from the final teleplay of Dennis Potter; telefilms, among them The Mayor of Casterbridge; and the series Unfinished Business, in which he starred op- posite Harriet Walter.
Among his previous films are Jon Amiel's Queen of Hearts; Blake Edwards' Son of the Pink Panther; Stephen Frears' Mary Reilly; Betty Thomas' Private Parts; Phil- lip Noyce's The Saint; Roger Michell's Notting Hill; Pe- ter Richardson's Churchill: The Hollywood Years, as U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt; Lexi Alexander's [Green Street] Hooligans; Brian W. Cook's Colour Me Kubrick; Tom Hooper's The Damned United; and Robert Heath's Out on a Limb, in the title role.
Henry Goodman Facts
|Birthday||April 23, 1950 (68)|
|Birthplace||Sheffield, England, United Kingdom|