Other stage appearances include starring in Tom Stoppard's "Travesties," portraying Mozart in "Amadeus" (for which he received another Tony Award nomination as Best Actor) and in the London revival of "The Pirates of Penzance," for which he won the Variety Club Award as Best Stage Actor. At the Royal National Theatre he appeared in productions of "The Rivals," "Threepenny Opera," "Love for Love" and in "The Art of Success" at the Manhattan Theatre Club.
Curry's American television credits include the title role in Stephen King's ABC-TV miniseries "IT," a recurring role on the classic TV cop show "Wise Guy" and a three-episode arc on "Earth 2," among others. He was nominated for a Cable Ace Award as Best Actor in a Drama Series for his performances in HBO's acclaimed "Tales from the Crypt," in which he played an entire family - the father, the mother and the daughter. The role also earned him an Emmy nomination.
A recording artist for A&M Records, Curry has released three albums plus a compilation LP of his works. Curry currently resides in Los Angeles