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Training: Academy of Live and Recorded Arts.
Theatre includes: In the West End: Walt Lucas in The Country Girl (Apollo); Plague Over England (Duchess); The Mousetrap (St Martin’s); Haunting Julia (Riverside Studios); and, at the National Theatre: Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle, & Dick. Other theatre includes: Devil’s Charter, Faithful Shepherdess, Marriage Between Wit and Wisdom, and Saint George and the Dragon (Shakespeare’s Globe); Launce in The Two Gentlemen of Verona (Rose, Kingston); Lucifer in Doctor Faustus (Rose, Bankside); Sir Edward Ramsay and Captain Orton in The King and I (Aberystwyth); Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew and the title roles in Julius Caesar and Cymbeline (Greenwich Playhouse); Earl of Lincoln in The Shoemakers Holiday (Southwark Playhouse); John Tetzel in Luther (Drama Studio); Mad Hatter in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (Oxford); Dr Fredrick Treves in The Elephant Man; Marcus Andronicus in Titus Andronicus; Eilert Loevborg in Hedda Gabler; and Orsino in Twelfth Night. UK tours include: Charles Dickens' Dr Marigold & Mr Chops (with Simon Callow); Present Laughter and Single Spies (Theatre Royal Bath Productions); Kent in King Lear; Lionel/Toby/Joe in A Garden Fete; and Pish-Tush in The Mikado. New writing includes: Love Loyalty (Basingstoke); To Kill A Critic (King's Head); Michaelangelo's Slave (Wimbledon Studio); The Actor's Nightmare (Players'); Naked in the Garden (Finborough); and Incarcerator (White Bear). Pantomimes include: Cinderella (Barking); Jack and the Beanstalk (Peterborough); Aladdin (Newcastle & Hounslow); Dick Whittington and Babes in the Wood (Oxford); and Red Riding Hood (Newcastle).
Feature film: Goal!
Television includes: Crisis Control - Virus, Derailed, Absolute Power, Panorama, Manchild (BBC); Body Story II (Channel 4); Much Ado About Something (BBC/ABC Australia).