Steven Pacey is an English actor, who started performing on the London’s West End at the tender age of eleven, opposite Kenneth More in the title role of The Winslow...Read More
Steven Pacey is an English actor, who started performing on the London’s West End at the tender age of eleven, opposite Kenneth More in the title role of The Winslow Boy, and has since amassed an extensive portfolio of West End appearances.
He was nominated for an Olivier Award< for the role of Bertie Wooster (1996) in the musical By Jeeves. Later he went on to play Stanley in Pinter’ s The Birthday Party at the Piccadilly Theatre in 1999 and Someone Else's Shoes at the Soho Theatre (2007). Pacey also starred as Georges alongside Graham Norton in the Olivier Award winning London musical revival of La Cage aux Folles in 2009.
More recently, in 2010, he appeared in the Six Degrees of Separation revival at the Old Vic theatre and played King Arthur in the National Tour of Spamalot (2012) directed by Chris Luscombe, as well as starring in Relative Values, at the Theatre Royal Bath, directed by Trevor Nunn before its West End transfer.
Besides his extensive theatre repertoire Pacey is also known for his role as Del Tarrant in the third and fourth seasons of the sci-fi series Blake's Seven. Other notable television appearances include Heatbeat, Lovejoy, M.I.T.: Murder Investigation Team, Murder in Mind, Pie in the Sky and Spooks.Read Less
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