This is the photo used in Michael's 1985 - 92 Spotlight entries.

The photo was taken in 1984, and is uncredited.

Spotlight 1985-92

Michael was still with John Redway & Associates Ltd.
This is the photo used in Michael's 1983 - 4 Spotlight entry.

The photo was taken in 1982.

83 - 84 Mancini crop

Michael was still with John Redway & Associates Ltd.
This is the photo used in Michael's 1982 - 3 Spotlight entry.

The photo is from “For Your Eyes Only” (1981) in which he played assassin Emile Leopold Locque. It was taken by Keith Hamshere.

82-3 crop

Michael was with a new agent, John Redway & Associates Ltd.
This is the photo used in Michael's 1980 - 82 Spotlight entry.

The photo was taken in 1979 by Joe Lyons.

80 - 82 Joe Lyons crop

Michael was still with Duncan Heath Associates Ltd.
This is the photo used in Michael's 1979 - 80 Spotlight entry.

The photo was taken in 1978 by Miki Slingsby.

79 - 80 Miki Slingsby crop

Michael was still with Duncan Heath Associates Ltd.
This is the photo used in Michael's 1978 - 9 Spotlight entry.

The photo is uncredited.

78-79 crop

He was with yet another new agent, Duncan Heath Associates Ltd.
Duncan Heath had previously worked with the William Morris Agency, with whom Michael was originally registered.
This is the photo used in Michael's 1976 - 77 Spotlight entry.

The photo is a publicity shot for “Arthur of the Britons.” .

1976 - 77

He was registered with a new agency, Plant & Froggatt Ltd.
This is Michael Gothard's Spotlight page - his entry in the reference book sent out to anyone wanting actors to cast.

The picture is uncredited; the same picture was used 1969 - 74.

1969 - 74

He was still with the William Morris Agency.
This is Michael's Spotlight page - his entry in the reference book sent out to anyone wanting actors to cast.

He is listed as being with the William Morris Agency.
His height is said to be 6 feet, 2 inches.

The photo was taken in 1966 by John Timbers, and is from "The Machine Stops."

John Timbers also took photos for the BBC’s Armchair Theatre productions: Michael was later to appear in one of them, "The Story-Teller."

Spotlight 1967-68
From: TV Times: 8 February 1973

[Herostratus] brought Gothard approval from the critics, but no actual work. For 18 months - "a period too depressing to think about" - he did odd jobs and went intermittently on the dole. It was this taste of unemployment that determined his practical attitude to his profession.

"I was involved in helping to get the very first lunchtime theatre off the ground. It was a great experience but there was absolutely no money in it."


From: Petticoat interview 6 October 1973

“About a year and a half passed between my first important film part in Herostratus and my next big break – Out of the Unknown – a television series.” (He appeared in the first episode of season 2: The Machine Stops.")


In 1966 Michael appeared in the "The Spotlight" casting publication for the first time.
He does not seem to have had an agent, as interested parties were referred to the publication itself for contact information.

1966 Attwood crop

This was the photo used: taken in 1965 by Graham Attwood.

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