Theatre includes: Faith and Cold Reading (Live Theatre, Newcastle); Sign of the Times (national tour); The Revenger’s Tragedy (Royal Exchange,Manchester); Charley’s...Read More
Theatre includes: Faith and Cold Reading (Live Theatre, Newcastle); Sign of the Times (national tour); The Revenger’s Tragedy (Royal Exchange,Manchester); Charley’s Aunt (Theatre Royal Bath and tour); Cloaca (Old Vic Theatre); Rattle of a Simple Man (Comedy Theatre); The Play What I Wrote (Newcastle Theatre Royal); Arsenic and Old Lace (Strand Theatre); Art (West End); Love’s Labour’s Lost (Royal Exchange,Manchester); Tartuffe (national tour); No One Sees the Video (Royal Court Theatre); Across the Ferry (Bush Theatre); Women Laughing (Royal Exchange,Manchester); The End of the Food Chain (Stephen Joseph, Scarborough); Absent Friends, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (both at Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich).
Television includes: DCI Banks, Wild at Heart, Prime Suspect: The Final Act, Shakespeare Retold: The Taming of the Shrew, Marian Again, In Denial of Murder, Marple: Murder at the Vicarage, My Dad’s the Prime Minister, In Deep, Lucky Jim, Ted and Alice, Bedtime, Black Cab, Mr Charity, Grafters, The Flint Street Nativity, Drop the Dead Donkey, Ballykissangel, First Signs of Madness, Oktober, The Vicar of Dibley, Father Ted, All Quiet on the Preston Front, The Manageress, Tales of Sherwood Forest, And a Nightingale Sang.
Film includes: Harrigan, Tabloid, Hotel Splendide, Brassed Off.
Documentary includes: Great Railway Journeys, Australian Balloon Adventure, African Balloon Adventure.
Animation includes: The Animated Shakespeare Tales (Twelfth Night and The Winter’s Tale); The Little Red Tractor, Binka, and Stephen is the voice of Sidney in the Tetley Tea Folk.
As a director: The Lightning Kid.
Stephen has also won the British Comedy Award for Best TV Comedy Actor for Drop the Dead Donkey and the Carleton Hobbs Award for Radio Excellence, and has appeared in over 200 radio plays.Read Less
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