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Neil Stacey

Neil Stacey started his professional career with the National Youth Theatre, performing in Julius Caesar at the Queens Theatre in the West End back in 1960, along with various other parts in NYT productions.

1969 saw him play alongside Dennis Waterman and Tony Selby in Enemy at the Saville Theatre, and in 1979 he performed in Frayn’s play The Donkey Years at the Bristol Old Vic. In 1981 he acted in The Second Mrs Tanqueray at... Read more >>

Neil Stacey

Neil Stacey Overview

Neil Stacey started his professional career with the National Youth Theatre, performing in Julius Caesar at the Queens Theatre in the West End back in 1960, along with various other parts in NYT productions.

1969 saw him play alongside Dennis Waterman and Tony Selby in Enemy at the Saville Theatre, and in 1979 he performed in Frayn’s play The Donkey Years at the Bristol Old Vic. In 1981 he acted in The Second Mrs Tanqueray at the National Theatre, under Michael Rudman’s direction, and in 1983 performed at Chichester Festival Theatre in John Osborne’s play A Patriot for Me. 1987 saw him appear at the Albery Theatre in Canaries Sometimes Sing, and in 1989 was in Noel Coward’s play Blithe Spirit at the Lyric Theatre in London’s West End.

Television credits include Sherlock Holmes (1965), The Avengers (1969), the mini-series of War and Peace (1972-3), Crown Court (1977-8), The Fourth Arm (1983), Three Up, Two Down (1986), Duty Free (1984-6), The Upper Hand (1993), The House of Windsor (1994), the TV movie of The Lost Prince (2003), Heartbeat (2003), and the part of District Judge Colin Wakeling in The Bill (2004-5).

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