His career as Director/Playwright/Actor has spanned over 35 years.

He has directed in repertory theatre, on the London Fringe, at the Edinburgh Festival, in Israel (directing in Hebrew), in Vienna (in English), in the Far and Middle East (for Derek Nimmo Tours), on numerous U.K. touring productions and Summer Seasons, and in the West End of London. and has had the pleasure of directing, among others;  Brian Murphy, Judy Cornwell, Victor Spinetti, Carmen Silvera,  Art Malik, Rula Lenska, Henry McGee, Trevor Bannister, Vicki Michelle, Nicholas Ball, Gareth Hunt, Kim Hartman, Liza Goddard, Susan Penhaligon, Bill Pertwee, Gareth Hale and Norman Pace..

He has written fifteen stage plays, and his four comedies, ‘You’re Only Young Twice’, ‘It’s Never Too Late’, ‘That’s Love’ and ‘My Dog’s Got No Nose’ have all been published by Josef  Weinbergers.   His one-man play ‘Hovering’ was nominated for an award at the ’94 Edinburgh Festival, and his new play ‘Haunted’, a psychological, supernatural, erotic thriller, with comedy, had it’s World Premiere National Tour in Spring 2012.
His new comedy Three’s A Crowd’ has been translated into Flemish and will have it’s World Premiere in Belgium 2012.  It will then tour Belgium and Holland 2012/2013.
‘Scared To Death’, his new ghost play, will have it’s World Premiere at The Mill at Sonning September 2012.

As an actor notable West End appearances have included the lead role in the award-winning ‘Children of a Lesser God’ opposite Elizabeth Quinn, numerous stints in the long-running comedy ‘Run For Your Wife’, ‘Funny Money’ (also assistant director), and the ‘Odd Couple’ alongside Jack Klugman and Tony Randall.  Others he’s had the pleasure of working with in the theatre include;  Eric Sykes, Terry Scott, Les Dawson, Honor Blackman, Lionel Jeffries, Una Stubbs, Lorraine Chase, Patrick Mower, Windsor Davies, Charlie Drake, Robin Askwith, Lynda Baron, Matthew Kelly, Anneka Rice, Britt Ekland, and Ralph Bates.

Television appearances include;  ‘London’s Burning’‘The Bill’‘2.4 Children’,  ‘Fools Gold’ with Sean Bean,  ‘Minder’ with George Cole,  ‘Nelson’s Column’ with John Gordon Sinclair,  ‘Eastenders’ with Barbara Windsor,  and Bronco in ‘Only Fools and Horses’ with David Jason and John Challis.

Productions of ‘various’ of his plays are currently being presented in Hungary, Israel, Belgium, Germany, Holland and Switzerland.