Matthew Cottle is a stage and screen actor. In 2007, he appeared at the Liverpool Playhouse in Noises Off, playing Frederick Fellowes, and Reg in Round and Round the...Read More
Matthew Cottle is a stage and screen actor. In 2007, he appeared at the Liverpool Playhouse in Noises Off, playing Frederick Fellowes, and Reg in Round and Round the Garden at Theatre Royal Windsor. In 2009, he performed in various productions at The Royal Northampton, namely Just Between Ourselves, Private Fears in Public Places, and Man of the Moment. He went on tour with Absurd Person Singular in 2009, and performed in Taking Steps at the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond in 2010. He next appeared in The Habit of Art at the National Theatre before appearing at the Sheffield Crucible Theatre and in two productions at the Stephen Joseph Theatre in Scarborough. The latter production, Neighbourhood Watch, also went on tour to New York and to the Tricycle Theatre in London. 2012 saw him play Ted Washbrook in Chorus of Disapproval at the Harold Pinter Theatre in the West End, directed by Trevor Nunn. In 2013 he is set to play Mark Sackling in Quartermaines Terms at the Wydnhams Theatre, in the production directed by Richard Eyre.
Screen work includes parts on well known television series such as Holby City (playing Alan Knott in 2003), Doctors (as Alex Johnson in 2004), as a regular in Life Begins (2006), EastEnders (as Duncan, 2006), and Spooks (as Alex Smith, 2007). More recent credits are likewise as prestigious, with the part of Bob in Sex, the City and Me (2007), a return to Doctors and Holby City in 2007 and 2008 with the parts of Donald Pelgram and William Middlebrook respectively. Most recently, he returned to Doctors in 2011, to play the part of Graham Moody.
Film work includes Bright Young Things, by Stephen Fry, and Mark Aldridge’s Blessed.Read Less
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