John I. Clark

John Clark began his acting career during WWII as a child in his native England as schoolboy D'arcy Minor, the comedy stooge to Will Hay on BBC radio's "The Will Hay Progamme". Following that, he became a star as the original "Just William" on stage and radio in 1947.

Emigrating to Canada after a three-year stint in the Merchant Navy, he became host of his own TV interview show, "Junior Magazine", on the CBC network. He moved on to New York in 1960, appearing on stage with the likes of Ray Milland in "Hostile Witness", Stacy Keach in "Macbird", Cedric Hardwicke in "An Inspector Calls" and Luther Adler in "A View From The Bridge". His later career was mainly as husband and manager to Lynn Redgrave, to whom he was married for 33 years. Her director in many shows which he produced for the stage ("Saint Joan", "California Suite", "The Two of Us"), his most recent creative work was as co-writer, producer and director of her Tony-nominated play "Shakespeare For My Father", which played Broadway and The Haymarket in London.