Harry Attwell is a stage and screen actor who trained at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts.In 2012, he has appeared in Jamie Lloyd’s production of The Duchess of...Read More
Harry Attwell is a stage and screen actor who trained at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts. In 2008, he took the title role in Shakespeare’s Hamlet at The Orange Tree Theatre, following it up with a part in Michael Grandage’s Twelfth Night in the Donmar's West End season, performing at Wyndhams Theatre. In 2009, he returned to Wyndhams with the same project, performing in Grandage’s Hamlet. Later that year, he went with this production to Broadhurst Theatre in New York. In 2011, he had another part in King Lear, which toured the UK and went to BAM in the USA after its Donmar run. He also played a part in Grandage’s last production at the Donmar, Richard II. In 2012, he has appeared in Jamie Lloyd’s production of The Duchess of Malfi at The Old Vic and as Dog Hamma in the Royal Exchange’s Orpheus Descending.
Other work includes the part of Mr Collins in a radio version of Pride and Prejudice in 2007, roles in London Film Academy short film Playboy (2006), Trumpet (2007) and feature film True Identity (2005). His 2012 television roles include parts in the BBC’s Da Vinci’s Demons and as Mr Lee in Mayday.
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