Birth Place: Weston-super-Mare, England, GB
Graves got his start in show business as a plate-spinning clown with a traveling circus. He made his acting debut as a regular on the British series "Vice Versa" (1980-81) and went to appear as an English officer in support of Kenneth Branagh and Emma Thompson in the BBC series "Fortunes of War" (1988; shown in the USA on PBS' "Masterpiece Theatre").
On stage, Graves made his debut in "The Killing of Mr. Toad" (1983) and appeared in the London premiere of "Torch Song Trilogy" (1984), opposite Harvey Fierstein, and Martin Sherman's "A Madhouse in Goa" (1989), opposite Vanessa Redgrave. He was twice directed by "A Room With a View" co-star Simon Callow, in the title role of "Amadeus" and i... Continue Bio >>
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