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John Hollingworth

John Hollingworth graduated from RADA in 2008 and has since had an illustriously busy career. Most recently, he appears as a waiter in Richard Curtis’ Working Title film, About Time (2012).

In 2011, he appeared at West Yorkshire Playhouse in The Deep Blue Sea, and in 2011 played Steve in Headlong and National Theatre’s Earthquakes in London. In 2012, he joined Out of Joint on its tour and in London for Max Stafford-Clark’s... Read more >>

John Hollingworth

John Hollingworth Overview

John Hollingworth graduated from RADA in 2008 and has since had an illustriously busy career. He has featured in a variety of films, as a policeman in Dorian Gray (2008) and Godard & Others (2010), as a CNBC journalist in The Burma Conspiracy (2010) and a CIA Analyst in Warner Brothers’ The Dark Knight Rises (2011). Most recently, he appears as a waiter in Richard Curtis’ Working Title film, About Time (2012).

Television work includes the part of Robert in ITV and Mammoth Screen’s Wuthering Heights, Turlow in BBC/Touchpaper’s Being Human I, and as a police constable in Casualty 1909, all in 2008. In 2010, he played a reporter in Twenty Twelve I, and in 2011 played Max Furst in The Man Who Crossed Hitler and PCSO Trevor in London’s Burning. Most recently, he played Alistair in three episodes of The Hour II.

On stage, Hollingworth’s professional debut was made at the Royal Court Upstairs in 2008, as Jack in Ignition 2, directed by the prestigious Lyndsey Turner. He appeared as a lead in Nuffield Theatre Southampton’s Playboy of the Western World, and in For King and Country on a UK Tour and at Theatre Royal Plymouth. In 2009 he returned to London, performing at Hampstead Theatre and the National Theatre, whilst 2010 took him to Tricycle Theatre in Power and Politics and The Old Vic in Design for Living. In 2011, he appeared at West Yorkshire Playhouse in The Deep Blue Sea, and in 2011 played Steve in Headlong and National Theatre’s Earthquakes in London. In 2012, he joined Out of Joint on its tour and in London for Max Stafford-Clark’s Our Country’s Good.

Radio work includes multiple work with the BBC: The Tower (2009), Murder in Samarkand (2010), the role of Alan Compton in Series 4 and 5 of Number Ten (2010-2011), and the part of Philip Arnold in Adventures of the Soul.

 

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