Michael Matus is a British actor who trained at RADA. He was in the original production of Martin Guerre, directed by Declan Donellan, in 1997 and first worked with the...Read More
Michael Matus is a British actor who trained at RADA. He was in the original production of Martin Guerre, directed by Declan Donellan, in 1997 and first worked with the RSC and Adrian Noble in 2000, playing Tumnus in their production of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. He returned to the RSC in 2002 for Eastward Ho!, and then again in 2003 in The Roman Actor, The Malcontent and The Island Princess, working with esteemed directors such as Dominic Cook and Greg Doran.
He has appeared repeatedly at Newbury’s Watermill Theatre, in 2000 for Hard Times and in 2004 for The Venetian Twins and The Gentlemen of Olmedo. Other regional work includes A Doll’s House at the West Yorkshire Playhouse (2005) and The Comedy of Errors at the Sheffield Crucible (2006). In 2007 he appeared at Sadler’s Wells in Mahabarata, and in 2008 appeared in A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Timon of Athens in Jonathan Munby’s productions at the Globe Theatre in London. After performing in Imagine This at the New London Theatre with Tim Sheader, he played Ali Hakim in Oklahoma! at the Chichester Festival Theatre. In 2011, he played Berghetto and the Cardinal in Tis Pity She’s a Whore at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Tito in Lend Me A Tenor in the West End, Aimable in The Baker’s Wife at the Union Theatre, various parts in The Snow Queen at the Rose Theatre in Kingston, and went on tour as Valenti in Wonderful Town. Most recently, he has appeared in Taboo at The Brixton Clubhouse.
Television credits include an appearance in the BBC’s Prince Among Men, as a guest lead in This is Dom Joly, and parts in EastEnders, A Perfect World and The Bill.Read Less
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