CHRISTOPHER STAINES

CHRISTOPHER STAINES by Candice Stafford
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STANTON DAVIDSON ASSOCIATES
St Martin's House, 59 St Martin's Lane, London, WC2N 4JS
Phone: 020 7581 3388
Mobile: 07956 224068
E-mail: contact@stantondavidson.co.uk
WWW: www.stantondavidson.co.uk
EARACHE VOICES
73 Beak Street, London W1F 9SR
Phone: 020-7287 2291
Fax: 020-7287 2288
E-mail: enquiries@earachevoices.com
WWW: www.earachevoices.com
Location:
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'10" (177cm)
Weight:11st. (70kg)
Playing Age:36 - 50 years
Appearance:White
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Sympathetic
Voice Quality:Warm
  

Credits:

Appearing soon in QUIZ on ITV, directed by Stephen Frears, produced by Left Bank Pictures. ABIGAIL'S PARTY: "Christopher Staines is excellent as Laurence, a taut core of anxiety coated in a light veneer of affable charm." BritishTheatre. JULIUS CAESAR: "Christopher Staines' testily explosive Cassius" The Guardian; "Christopher Staines' sinuous Cassius plunges headlong towards his fate" The Stage THE PHILANDERER: “The funniest performance of the night is Christopher Staines as Dr Paramore” The Times.

Television Stage Film Radio Further Credits
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Television
2019, Television, Martin, Quiz, Left Bank Pictures, Stephen Frears
2017, Television, RB29, Impossible Planet, Sony Pictures, David Farr
2014, Television, Father Rigby, Wolf Hall, BBC Drama, Peter Kosminsky
2014, Television, Hogarth, Handel's Messiah at the Foundling Hospital, Reef TV for BBC, Rob Coldstream
2011, Television, Thomas Davy, Garrow's Law, BBC, Bryn Higgins
2009, Television, Redactor, On Expenses, BBC Drama, Simon Cellan Jones
2009, Television, Overseer, Survivors 2, BBC, David Evans
2007, Television, Lex Wetcote, Judge John Deed, BBC Television, Darcia Martin
2006, Television, Anton, Casualty, BBC Drama, Luke Watson
2005, Television, Nick, Rosemary and Thyme, Carnival Films, Simon Langton
2005, Television, Douglas Wright, Foyle's War, Greenlit Productions/ITV, Jeremy Silberstone
Television, Rupert, The Ruby Ring, Hallmark, Harley Cokeliss
Television, Adams, The Student Prince, BBC Television, Simon Curtis
Television, Dex, This Life, BBC Television, Dominic Lees
Television, Percy Shelley, Highlander, Adrian Paul
Television, Henry, The Queen's Nose, BBC Television, Carol Wiseman
Television, Rhodophil, Good Friday 1663, Channel 4, Frank Cvitanovich
Television, Sanderson, Pride And Prejudice, BBC Television, Simon Langton
Stage
2018, Stage, Laurence, Abigail's Party, Queen's, Hornchurch, Douglas Rintoul
2018, Stage, Stein-Hoffelmann, Clockwork Canaries, Plymouth Theatre Royal, Luke Kernaghan
2017, Stage, Cassius, Julius Caesar, Chester Storyhouse, Loveday Ingram
2017, Stage, Snout, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Chester Storyhouse, Alex Clifton
2016, Stage, Dr Paramore, The Philanderer, Orange Tree, Paul Miller
2015, Stage, George, The Great Gatsby, Arts Theatre, Linnie Reedman
2015, Stage, Tony Blair, When Blair Had Bush and Bunga, Pleasance, Edinburgh, Patrick Ryecart
2015, Stage, Kommandant Kramer, Playing for Time, Sheffield Crucible, Richard Beecham
2014, Stage, Simon Stimson, Our Town, Almeida Theatre, David Cromer
2014, Stage, Wolf Erlbruch, Duck, Death and the Tulip, Orange Tree Theatre, Andy Brunskill, Jimmy Grimes
2014, Stage, Dr Faustus, Dr Faustus, Rose Theatre, London, Martin Parr
2013, Stage, The Baron, A Door Must Be Kept Open or Shut, Osborne Studio, London, Martin Parr
2013, Stage, Pennington, The Hired Man, Mercury, Colchester; Curve, Leicester, Daniel Buckroyd
2012, Stage, Dr Einstein, Arsenic and Old Lace, Mercury, Colchester, Tony Casement
2012, Stage, Edgar, King Lear, Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory, Andrew Hilton
2011, Stage, Ferdinand, The Tempest, RSC/Little Angel, Peter Glanville
2010, Stage, Man Going Back, The Grapes of Wrath, Mercury, Colchester, Tony Casement
2010, Stage, Ariel/Caliban, The Tempest, Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory, Andrew HIlton
2010, Stage, Puck, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory, Andrew Hilton
2009, Stage, Walter, The Making of Moo, Orange Tree Theatre, Sam Walters
2009, Stage, Man 1, Drive/Ride/Walk, Bridewell Theatre, Sabina Netherclift
2009, Stage, Claisse, Factors Unforseen, Richmond Orange Tree, Sam Walters
2008, Stage, Fox, The Little Prince, Hampstead Theatre, Anthony Clark
2008, Stage, Theatre Cafe Europe, Company of Angels, John Retallack
2007, Stage, Theatre Cafe, Arcola Theatre, John Retallack, Ben Harrison, Max Key
2007, Stage, Florenzini, Pinocchio, Northampton Royal, Lu Kemp
2006, Stage, Bruce, Blue/Orange, Abbey, Dublin, Annabelle Comyn
2006, Stage, Halley, Longitude, Greenwich Theatre, Fiona Laird
2006, Stage, Jack, The Importance of Being Earnest, Bristol Old Vic, David Fielding
2005, Stage, Adam, Paradise Lost, Bristol Old Vic, David Farr
2005, Stage, Antipholus of Syracuse, The Comedy of Errors, Bristol Old Vic, David Farr
2004, Stage, Marlow, She Stoops To Conquer, Out Of Joint & Royal National, Max Stafford-Clark
2002, Stage, Jerry, The Zoo Story, National Theatre, Stephen Wrentmore
2001, Stage, Solyony, Three Sisters, Chichester Festival Theatre, Loveday Ingram
2000, Stage, Rosencrantz, Hamlet, National Theatre, John Caird
1999, Stage, Sidney Mavor, Gross Indecency - The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde, Gielgud Theatre, Moises Kaufman
1997, Stage, Toby Cole, Amy's View, Aldwych & National Theatre, Richard Eyre
1997, Stage, Leonce, Leonce And Lena, The Gate Theatre, David Farr
1997, Stage, Willy, Flora the Red Menace, Orange Tree, Richmond, Sam Walters
1996, Stage, Flute, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Regent's Park Open Air, John Doyle
1996, Stage, Tommy Djilas, The Music Man, Regent's Park Open Air, Ian Talbot
1996, Stage, Dorset, Richard III, Regent's Park Open Air, Brian Cox
1994, Stage, Victor, Cabaret, Donmar Warehouse, Sam Mendes
Film
Feature Film, Willy, Mrs Dalloway, Mrs Dalloway Productions, Marleen Gorris
Radio
Radio, young Babel, Babel's Tower, Radio 3, Tim Dee
Radio, Tallow, Eye of the Day, Radio 4, Claire Groves
Radio, The Charm Factory, BBC Radio 4, Marion Nancarrow
Radio, Ronald, Dossier Ronald Akkerman, BBC Radio 4, Jocelyn Boxall
Radio, Giglio, The Rose and the Ring, BBC Radio, Don Taylor
Radio, The Messenger, Antigone, BBC Radio, Jocelyn Boxall
Radio, Andreuccio, The Decameron, BBC Radio, Don Taylor
Further Credits
2014, Short Film, Colin, The Terminal, Tom Bober

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Australian, Bristol, Cockney, German, London*, Yorkshire
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French, German, Portuguese
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Baritone*, Bass-Baritone*, Cabaret Singing, Cello*, Clarinet, Classical Singing*, Contemporary Dance, Double Bass, Jazz Dancing, Opera*, Piano*
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Stage Combat*
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence