Theatre credits include Major Metcalf in The Mousetrap (Adam Spiegal/ Sir Stephen Waley Cohen, No.1 Tour, Ian Watt-Smith), Jim Hacker in Yes Prime Minister (Mark...Read More
Theatre credits include Major Metcalf in The Mousetrap (Adam Spiegal/ Sir Stephen Waley Cohen, No.1 Tour, Ian Watt-Smith), Jim Hacker in Yes Prime Minister (Mark Goucher Ltd/ National Tour, Tim Hoare / Jonathan Lynn), Martin in Basket Case (National Tour, Robin Lefevre), Himself in Don't Call Me Nigel - One Man Show (Tour, Gareth Armstrong), Daker in Accolade (Finborough Theatre, Blanche McIntyre), John Wilton in Wilton's Vintage Christmas (Wilton's Music Hall, Nick Hutchison), Osborne in Journey's End (National Tour, Alastair Whatley), Doctor in Too True To Be Good (Finborough Theatre, Sarah Norman), Topher Osgood in An Eligible Man (New End Hampstead, Ninon Jerome), Fellowes/Auctioneer in The Skin Game (Orange Tree Theatre, Sam Walters), Commander Rogers in French Without Tears (The Mill At Sonning, Sally Hughes), King in Jack and the Beanstalk (Richmond Theatre), Morris in Present Laughter (Theatr Clwyd, Christopher Morahan), Hugh in Joking Apart (Theatre Royal Windsor, Mark Piper), Prince William in Nelson (Southampton Nuffield Theatre, Patrick Sandford), Sam in Sweet Revenge (Theatre Royal Windsor, Mark Piper), King in Jack and the Beanstalk (Theatre Royal Bath), Sir Oliver Kix in A Chaste Maid in Cheapside (Almeida Tour, Ben Harrison), Michael in Someone Who'll Watch Over Me (Frankfurt, Phil Young), Confusions (National Tour, Robin Herford), Banquo in Macbeth (Arundel Festival, Joe Harmston), Capt Lancey in Translations (Watford & Tour, Lawrence Till), Claud Eccles/Hirams Walkin in The Young Idea (Chester Gateway Theatre, Deborah Shaw), Malvolio in Twelfth Night (Battersea Arts Centre, Richard Hurst), Ernest in Design For Living (English Touring Theatre, Tim Luscombe), Honorable Gerald in Me and My Girl (Adelphi Theatre, Mike Ockrent).
Television credits include Miles Tully in Midsomer Murders (Bentley Productions, Richard Holthouse), Vicar in He Shoots Coppers (Ecosse Films, Adrian Shergold), Jeffrey Olsen in Doctors (BBC, Paul Cotter), Dr Tibbs in Midsomer Murders (Bentley Productions, Richard Holthouse), Bishop of Woolwich in The Chatterley Affair (BBC Television, James Hawes), Queen Victoria's Secretary in Station Jim (BBC), Brigadier General in Band of Brothers (Steven Spielberg/Tom Hanks), Gerry Meach in Nature Boy (BBC Television, Joe Wright), Equerry in Dinner Ladies (Pozzitive Television, Geoff Posner), Headmaster in Brookside (Mersey TV, Various), British Consul in Ashenden (BBC, Christopher Morahan), Soapy Sid Hemingway in Jeeves and Wooster (Carnival Films, Simon Langton), Smith in C A B (Thames, Various), Charlie Mycroft in Crossroads (Central, Various), 'Allo 'Allo (BBC, David Croft), Jorkins in Brideshead Revisited (Charles Sturridge), Britannicus in I Claudius (Herbert Wise), Who's Who (Mike Leigh).
Film credits include Doctor in Tezz (United 7 Entertainment, Priyadarshan), Appraiser in Wild Target (Magic Light Pictures, Jonathan Lynn), James in Morning Echo (Keel Films, Hope Dickson Leach), Rev Bannock in These Foolish Things (Julia Taylor-Stanley), Bank Manager in AKA (Duncan Roy), Pseud in Honest (Dave Stewart), Officer in Gandhi (Richard Attenborough).Read Less
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