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Dr Albert and Mr Byron
This clip is composed of extracts from Victoria & Albert and The Modern Prometheus (Highlander), both featuring Jonathan Firth as Prince Albert and Lord Byron respectively.

Jonathan Firth as Polixenes in The Winter’s Tale at the Crucible, Sheffield (UK) - photo Mark Douet

Jonathan Firth as Polixenes in The Winter’s Tale at the Crucible, Sheffield (UK) - photo Mark Douet

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Richard in episode 8 of “Covington Cross”

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Jonathan Firth as Richard in episode 11 of “Covington Cross”

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Part 2 from episode 11 of “Covington Cross”

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“Trial”, episode 9 from “Covington Cross” and I can’t believe I somehow skipped this episode!  I’m kind of glad though, because then my “final” episode to watch was seeing Richard at his most noble self.  There was an impromptu food fight that Richard so wonderfully walked away from and then him standing up to his father, fighting for what was right, ahhh Richard is imperfect, but he’s got such a noble heart!

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Part 2 screencaps from “Covington Cross” episode 2.  Jonathan Firth as Richard.  As if you can’t tell, he’s my favourite character.  He’s the one who seems to be constantly learning and has the ability to go from brat to totally adorable.

Richard Grey… A truly endearing character played by a truly endearing actor…

In 2003, Jonathan Firth received the CFT Excellence Award of Best Actor in Motion Picture for his brilliant portraying of Cardinal Girolamo Aleandro, one of the fiercest opponents of Martin Luther, played by Joseph Fiennes.
This clip is made of Jonathan’s scenes.

Romeo & Juliet, 1994 TV adaptation
Romeo’s scenes with Jonathan Firth as Romeo (part 1)

I’ll never be young again by Daphne du Maurier

A small extract of the audio book read by the talentful Jonathan Firth and his extreme sensitivity. Enjoy Jonathan’s warm and romantic voice in his wonderful interpretation of du Maurier’s novel.

©1932 Daphne Du Maurier; (P)2009 BBC Audiobooks Ltd

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