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Ed Stoppard

The son of famous playwright Tom Stoppard, Ed Stoppard is a film, stage and television actor who trained at LAMDA. In film, he has featured as main character Henryk in The Pianist (2002) and as Bridey in Brideshead Revisited (2008). West End stage credits include a part as Jason in the UK premiere of Wit at the Vaudeville Theatre, the part of Tom Wingfield in a 2007 revival of The Glass Menagerie at the Apollo Theatre, and the part of Valentine... Read more >>

Ed Stoppard

Ed Stoppard Overview

The son of famous playwright Tom Stoppard, Ed Stoppard is a film, stage and television actor who trained at LAMDA. In film, he has featured as main character Henryk in The Pianist (2002) and as Bridey in Brideshead Revisited (2008) among others, as well as a more recent part in Branded (2012). On television, he appeared as the Shakespearean hero himself in BBC’s Imagine Being Hamlet and has since gone on to take part in similarly sombre productions, including Channel 4’s The Somme, the BBC’s Murder in Mind and Rome: Fall of An Empire. In 2007 he had a role in Miss Marple at Bertram’s Hotel, and in 2010 took part in a mini-series sequel of Upstairs, Downstairs.

London stage performances include productions at Richmond’s Orange Tree Theatre, the Riverside Studios and Hampstead Theatre. Other stage credits include the starring role in English Touring Theatre’s 2005 Hamlet alongside Anita Dobson, which also ran at the New Ambassadors Theatre, performances in The Seagull and Merchant of Venice at Chichester Festival Theatre. West End stage credits include a part as Jason in the UK premiere of Wit at the Vaudeville Theatre, the part of Tom Wingfield in a 2007 revival of The Glass Menagerie at the Apollo Theatre, and the part of Valentine in a revival of his father’s Arcadia in 2009, which was produced by Sonia Friedman Productions at the Duke of York’s Theatre.
 

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