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Stephen Mangan

Stephen Mangan is a British stage and screen actor best known for his role as Guy Secretan in Green Wing (2004-2006).

After graduating from RADA Stephen undertook a number of diverse roles in various Shakespearian productions including The Tempest (1995), Twelfth Night (1995), Hamlet (1996), and Much Ado about Nothing (1998) as he preferred to pursue stage roles which he considered to be less restricting than television... Read more >>

Stephen Mangan

Stephen Mangan Overview

Stephen Mangan is a British stage and screen actor best known for his role as Guy Secretan in Green Wing (2004-2006).

After graduating from RADA Stephen undertook a number of diverse roles in various Shakespearian productions including The Tempest (1995), Twelfth Night (1995), Hamlet (1996), and Much Ado about Nothing (1998) as he preferred to pursue stage roles which he considered to be less restricting than television or film opportunities.

Although he has since had a successful television and film career, Stephen is still drawn to the stage appearing in various productions including The People are Friendly (2002) at Royal Court Theatre, The Magic Carpet (2005-2006) at the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre. In 2008 Stephen played the title role in Alan Ayckbourn’s The Norman Conquests at The Old Vic which he later reprised on Broadway at Circle in the Square Theatre (2009) for which he received a nomination for Best Featured Actor in a Play at the Tonys. In 2012 he returned to the Royal Court Theatre for Birthday in which he portrayed Ed, a heavily pregnant expectant father.

In addition to Green Wing Stephen is known for his on-screen comedy roles such as Alex Taylor in Free Agents, Sean Lincoln in the British/American sitcom Episodes (2011-2014) and the title role in Dirk Gently (2010-2012), the BBC adaptation of the Douglas Adams detective novels.

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