Stage and screen actor James Fleet is best known for his role as Tom in the infamous Working Title Film Four Weddings and a Funeral (1993) and as Hugo in the BBC’s...Read More
Stage and screen actor James Fleet is best known for his role as Tom in the infamous Working Title Film Four Weddings and a Funeral (1993). Other film appearances include as John Dashwood in the film of Sense and Sensibility (1995), as dad in Kevin and Perry the Movie (1999), as Cannerly in Charlotte Gray (2001), and Monsieur Lefecre in Phantom of the Opera (2003).
Fleet’s television roles include the Prime Minister in Crossing the Floor (1996), William in Underworld (1997), most famously as Hugo in the BBC’s Vicar of Dibley (2004), and as Frederick Dorrit in the BBC’s adaptation of Dickens’ Little Dorrit (2008).
Stage performances include the part of Charles in Pinter’s The Late Middle Classes (1999), Clive and Cathy in the Almeida’s Cloud Nine, as directed by Thea Sharrock (2007), the part of Andrew Aguecheek in the RSC’s Twelfth Night, directed by Greg Doran (2009), and the role of Saunders in the National Theatre’s The Observer, directed by Richard Eyre (also 2009).
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