He played Thomas Putnam in Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" at the Royal Court Theatre in London, Englandw with Mary Ure, Rachel Kempson, Joan Plowright, Michael Gwynn, Kenneth Haigh, Rosalie Crutchley, Alan Bates, George Devine, and Robert Stephens in the cast. George Devine and Tony Richardson were directors.
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[on tycoons like his character in Howards' Way
(1985)] They are not generally very cheerful people. They also tend to dress soberly and conventionally. They may go for the trappings of rich living, but they are rarely flash or even seem to enjoy their money. What I think they do enjoy is the fight, the competition.
What Davenport referred to as his "dodgy eyes" was the consequence of a botched childhood operation to correct a squint. The vision in his right eye remained blurred for the rest of his life.