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Career

Television appearancesCoronation Street as "Robert Croft". Helen: A Woman of Today (1973) as "Jack Tully". The Professionals (1977-1981) as "Ray Doyle". Cream in My Coffee (by Denis Potter). East Lynne. The Last Place on Earth (1985) as Robert Falcon Scott. The Chief. Rhodes (1997) as Cecil Rhodes. The Scarlet Pimpernel as "Chauvelin". A&E (1997-2002) as "Robert Kingsford". P.D. James's Death in Holy Orders (2003) as "Adam Dalgliesh". Judge John Deed as "Judge John Deed". Martin Shaw: Aviators. Eleven episodes of Doctor at Large (part of Doctor in the House) as "Huw Evans". Cranford (2007) as "Peter Jenkyns". Inspector George Gently (2007/2009) as "George Gently". Apparitions (2008) as "Father Jacob". "Agatha Christie's Poirot" (2010) as "Charles Cartwright".

Film appearancesMacbeth (1971) as "Banquo". The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1974) as "Rachid" (Sinbad's second-in-command). Operation Daybreak (1975). Facelift (1984) as "Zax". Ladder of Swords (1989). Oilman (short film).

Theatre appearancesLook Back in Anger (Royal Court transferring to the Criterion Theatre, 1968) as "Cliff Lewis". The Contractor (Royal Court, 1969; transferring to the Fortune Theatre, 1970) as "Paul". The Battle of Shrivings (Lyric Theatre, 1970) as "David". Cancer (in the United States, Moon Children; Royal Court, 1970) as "Bob". The Bacchae (National Theatre at the Old Vic, 1973) as "Dionysus". Saturday, Sunday, Monday (National Theatre at the Old Vic, 1973) as "Attilio" opposite Laurence Olivier. A Streetcar Named Desire (Piccadilly Theatre, 1974) as "Stanley Kowalski". Miss Julie (Greenwich Theatre, 1975) as "Jean". Teeth 'n' Smiles (Wyndham's Theatre, 1976) as "Arthur". They're Playing Our Song (Shaftesbury Theatre, 1981) as "Vernon Gersch". The Country Girl (Apollo Theatre, 1983). Are You Lonesome Tonight? (Phoenix Theatre, 1985) as 'The Older Elvis Presley' (also Sydney, New South Wales, Australia) The Big Knife (Albery Theatre, 1987) as Charles Castle Other People's Money (Lyric Theatre, 1990) as "Garfinkel". Betrayal (Almeida Theatre, 1991) as "Robert". Sienna Red, by Stephen Poliakoff and co-starring Francesca Annis (Richmond Theatre, May 1992). An Ideal Husband (Globe Theatre, 1992) as "Lord Goring". Rough Justice by Terence Frisby (Apollo Theatre, 1994) as "James Highwood". An Ideal Husband (Haymarket Theatre transferring to the Old Vic, 1996; revived at the Haymarket in 1997 then transferred to the Gielgud Theatre). Vertigo (Theatre Royal Windsor, October 1998) as "Roger Flaviares" alongside his subsequent co-star Jenny Seagrove in Judge John Deed. A Man For All Seasons (Haymarket, 2005/6) as Sir Thomas More.

Awards and nominationsShaw won two awards in 1996 for his performance as Lord Goring in the Broadway production of An Ideal Husband and was nominated for a third:Winner of the Drama Desk Critic's Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play; Winner of the Theatre World Special Award for Ensemble Performance. Nominated for the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play.



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