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Michael Sheldon

Michael Sheldon has had an impressive stage career.

Making his London debut at the Gate Theatre in Notting Hill in 1985 with Scream Blue Murder, he went on to perform around the country, at Grand Theatre in Swansea, Citizens’ Theatre in Glasgow, Nuffield in Southampton, Salisbury Playhouse, the Duke’s Playhouse in Lancaster, Taunton Brewhouse, Northcott Theatre in Exeter, Sheffield Crcible Studio, The Old Fire Station and Theatre Royal in York.... Read more >>

Michael Sheldon

Michael Sheldon Overview

Michael Sheldon has had an impressive stage career.

Making his London debut at the Gate Theatre in Notting Hill in 1985 with Scream Blue Murder, he went on to perform around the country, at Grand Theatre in Swansea, Citizens’ Theatre in Glasgow, Nuffield in Southampton, Salisbury Playhouse, the Duke’s Playhouse in Lancaster, Taunton Brewhouse, Northcott Theatre in Exeter, Sheffield Crcible Studio, The Old Fire Station and Theatre Royal in York. He has repeatedly worked with Red Shift Theatre Company and director Jonathan Holloway.

London work started to pick up properly after the millennium. He performed in Three Sisters at the National Theatre in 2003, and in Democracy in 2004, at the National and then in its tour to the West End. In 2006 he returned to the National with The Seagull, and then worked on The Tempest and Saint Joan with A&BC Productions. In 2009 he performed with the Guildford Shakespeare Company in The Two Gentlemen of Verona and The Taming of the Shrew, and in 2010 performed in The Promise at the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond and in Hamlet at the National. 2011 saw him play Clement Atlee in Bill Kenwright’s production of Three Days in May, and in 2012 he played Isidore in Nick Hytner’s Timon of Athens at the National Theatre.

Television work includes playing Mr Allen and Mr Pagett in The Bill, a solicitor in both Little White Lies and Family Affairs, and parts in Licht des Feuers, Dream Team IV and Search. Film credits span from Jack of Diamonds, Requiem and Waiting at the Gate to In The Name Of. Radio work includes playing Sir William Hamilton in the BBC’s Portland Vase, and Sir William Lamb in Byron’s Women.

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