A Man for All Seasons is a play by Robert Bolt, depicting the historical circumstances surrounding Thomas More and his refusal to countenance the divorce of Henry VIII. First written for BBC radio in 1954 and then aired on BBC television in 1957, Bolt reworked it as a stage play in 1960. It opened in the West End and then moved to Broadway in 1961.
A film version was released in 1966 (with Paul Scofield reprising his stage role as More), and other TV and radio versions have been produced.
- On Sesame Street, the great stage actor Sir John Feelgood recalls starring in A Chicken for All Seasons (as the chicken).
- The title has been more loosely referenced several times in Muppet projects or merchandise, usually referring to the calendar seasons.
- John Baddeley played Dicon in the 1957 BBC TV version
- Timothy Bateson played Cardinal Wolsey in the 2006 BBC radio version
- John Franklyn-Robbins played Sir Thomas More in the 1959 BBC radio version
- Martin Freeman played Will Roper in the 2006 BBC radio version
- John Gielgud played Cardinal Wolsey in the 1988 TV movie
- Charlton Heston played Sir Thomas More in the 1988 TV movie
- John Hurt played Richard Rich in the 1966 film
- Ralph Kemplen edited the 1966 film
- Frank Langella played Sir Thomas More in the 2008 Broadway revival
- Vanessa Redgrave played Anne Boleyn in the 1966 film and Alice More in the 1988 TV movie
- Michael Rüth played the Common Man's companion in a 1964 German TV version
- Werner Schumacher played Thomas Cromwell in a 1964 German TV version
- Paul Scofield played Sir Thomas More in the West End, on Broadway, and in the 1966 film
- Orson Welles played Cardinal Wolsey in the 1966 film
- John Wood played Archbishop Cranmer in the 1957 BBC TV version