James Alper is a stage and screen actor, who has also dabbled in radio. In 2008, he returned to the National Theatre Studio twice, and to the National Theatre once,...Read More
James Alper is a stage and screen actor, who has also dabbled in radio. In 2004, he played the coveted role of Mr Darcy in Webber Douglas and Riverhead Theatre’s production of Pride and Prejudice, taking to the Oval House stage in London in 2005 as Charlie in The Master’s Boy. In 2005, he performed in The Old Vic’s 24 hour plays. In 2007 Alper appeared as Hector in The White Bear Theatre’s Cressida Among the Greeks. This year also saw his stage career really take off, with a performance at the National Theatre Studio and in The National Theatre’s The Hothouse. In 2008, he returned to the National Theatre Studio twice, and to the National Theatre once, working for the latter role under Nicholas Hytner’s direction in Much Ado About Nothing. In 2011, he performed at the National Theatre Studio in Blue Stockings and Puck on the Estate, also performing as Damian in Greenland at the National Theatre. In 2011, he went with Three Days in May to Theatre Royal Windsor, on its UK tour, and on its West End transfer, making his debut at the Trafalgar Studios in 2012. Since, he has performed on stage at the Orange Tree Theatre in White House Murder Case.
After making his screen debut in Self Help, a feature film, in 2006 Alper gained a guest lead role in the BBC’s Casualty and played the butler in an episode of Poirot. In 2009 he gained a part in Doctors and performed at the Raindance Film Festival. Most recently, he appeared in the film Blind Eye (2012).Read Less
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