Antony Eden trained at LAMDA. He has now appeared in over 700 performances of Woman in Black, even appearing in the role of The Actor in the first ever amateur production, when he was still at school. Aside from this, Antony has enjoyed an illustrious stage career, appearing in Les Miserables, in its West End run, as well as work with the National Theatre of Scotland, Oldham Coliseum and the Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond.
Theatre credits include: Springs Eternal (Orange Tree Theatre); Woman In Black (West end and Tour); Taking Steps (Oldham Colliseum); Carrie’s War (No.1 Tour); Cider With Rosie, Merchant of Venice (Theatre Royal Bury-st-edmunds & Tour); The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, Voyage Round My Father (New Vic); Something Wicked This Way Comes (National Theatre of Scotland); Trumpets and Raspberries, Vanity Fair, The Glass Menagerie, Mrs. Warren’s Profession (Lyceum Theatre); Treasure Island (Belgrade Theatre, Coventry); By Parties Unknown, The Elephant Man (Sincera Productions); Hamlet (Bloomsbury Theatre); Great Expectations (Unicorn Theatre); The Baltimore Waltz (Caird co./ Floodtide productions); Canaries Sometimes Sing (Oddsok Theatre co.); Chee-Chee (The Playhouse, Sevenoaks); Twelfth Night (original theatre co.); Hamlet (new Fortune Theatre co.); Macbeth (Lost Theatre co.); Great Expectations (Unicorn Theatre) and Les Miserables (West End)
Television credits include: Derren Brown: Apocalypse (Channel 4); The Landlady, Kevin and co., Kevin’s cousins (BBC) and The Bill (Carlton)