Richard ac­counts for life on stage

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - PEOPLE IN PICTURES -

AN AC­COUN­TANT who be­came an ac­tor gave a talk at the lat­est men’s break­fast.

The first talk since sum­mer took place on Satur­day, Septem­ber 13, at the United Re­formed Church, in Ayles­bury End, Bea­cons­field.

Richard Wor­land gave a his take on the Life of a Job­bing Ac­tor.

An ac­coun­tant by pro­fes­sion, Richard came to act­ing late in life when he was given a part in an am­a­teur pro­duc­tion by the Chiltern Shake­speare Company at Hall Barn.

He be­gan to take act­ing more se­ri­ously un­til, after a year in drama school, he be­gan act­ing pro­fes­sion­ally.

His work cov­ers ev­ery­thing from role play­ing in train­ing ses­sions for the po­lice and doc­tors and tak­ing part in mur­der mys­tery din­ners to ap­pear­ing in tele­vi­sion ad­ver­tise­ments and per­form­ing in stage pro­duc­tions.

John Hoar, who or­gan­ises the talks, said: “He il­lus­trated some of his roles in stage pro­duc­tions of Dads’ Army, Por­ridge, Step­toe and Son and Fawlty Tow­ers, to the great amuse­ment of all present.”

Richard Wor­land swopped num­bers for act­ing

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