JULIAN HARRIES by Patricia Whymark
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20 Hollingbury Rise, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 7HJ
Phone: 07956 890307
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:6'1" (185cm)
Weight:12st. (76kg)
Playing Age:48 - 60 years
Eye Colour:Blue-Grey
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Character:Assured
Voice Quality:Strong

About me:

2020, Radio, John Maynard Keynes/Sir Robert Cecil, Elizabeth & Essex, Allegra Productions for BBC Radio 3, Fiona McAlpine
2020, Stage, Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock Holmes & The Warlock of Whitechapel, Common Ground Theatre Company, Pat Whymark
2019, Stage, Julian, A Sidecar Named Despair, Common Ground Theatre Company, Pat Whymark
2018, Stage, The Ancient Mariner, The Mariner, Common Ground Theatre Company, Pat Whymark
2017, Musical, Jake Houseman, Dirty Dancing, Karl Sydow / Paul Elliott No. 1 UK Tour, Federico Belloni & Gillian Bruce
2016, Feature Film, Foster Father (co lead), The Kid, Tin House FIlms, Nick Moran
2016, Stage, Joseph (lead role), The Silver Sword, Selladoor Theatre Company, Susie McKenna
2015, Site Specific, Doctor Emmett Brown, Back To The Future, Secret Cinema, Miguel Torres Umba
2015, Television, Landlord of The Two Brewers, Detectorists, Channel X/BBC 4, Mackenzie Crook
2014, Stage, Pantalone/Officer, Venice Preserv'd, Spectators Guild, Charlotte Westenra
2013, Stage, Charles Dickens, Sketches by Boz, Common Ground Theatre Co, Pat Whymark
2012, Stage, Sir Clive/Inspector Jessop, Dial M For Murgatroyd, Eastern Angles Theatre Company, Julian Harries
2012, Television, Duff Cooper, Spies of Warsaw, BBC TV, Coky Giedroyc
2011, Stage, William Ainsworth, Dick Turpin, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, Abigail Anderson
2011, Stage, Bazille/Antoine, MARRIAGE OF FIGARO, Watermill Theatre, Kate Saxon
2009, Feature Film, 'The English Man', Jean Charles, Mango Films, Henrique Goldman
2009, Stage, Guy, A Chorus of Disapproval, Colchester Mercury, New Wolsey & Watford Palace, Peter Rowe
2009, Stage, Widow Twanky, Aladdin, New Wolsey, Ipswich, Peter Rowe
2009, Television, Nicolls, Broadside, Doccema LLC For PBS Television, David Hickman
2008, Feature Film, Duke of Albany, King Lear, Channel 4, Trevor Nunn
2008, Stage, Duke of Albany, King Lear, RSC, Trevor Nunn
Feature Film, TV Host, Before You Go, Capitol Films, Lewis Gilbert
Stage, Charles, Blithe Spirit, Hornchurch Queen's Theatre, Matt Devitt
Stage, John de Cheyney, Blood Libel (World Premiere), Norwich Playhouse, Irina Brown
Stage, Alec, Brief Encounter, Hornchurch Queen's Theatre, Matt Devitt
Stage, Simon Chachava, Caucasian Chalk Circle, Contact Theatre, Manchester, John Ginman
Stage, Rochester, Jane Eyre, Hornchurch Queen's Theatre, Bob Carlton
Stage, Brocklehurst/Pilot/Lord Ingram/St John Rivers, Jane Eyre, Shared Experience, Polly Teale
Stage, Lord Darlington, Lady Windermere's Fan, Northampton Theatre Royal, Sean Aita
Stage, Banquo, Macbeth, Ipswich Wolsey Theatre, Andrew Manley
Stage, The Great Filbert, Master of Mayhem, Eastern Angles, Julian Harries
Stage, Roy, Neville's Island, New Wolsey Theatre, Peter Rowe
Stage, Pericles, Pericles, Royal National Theatre International /UK Tour, Carl Heap
Stage, Antipholus of Syracuse, The Comedy of Errors, Mercury Theatre, Colchester, Michael Winter
Stage, Signor Mozzarelli, The Perils of Pinocchio, Common Ground Theatre Co, Pat Whymark
Stage, Butler, The Seagull, RSC, Trevor Nunn
Stage, Bel Ami, The Sensualist, Arts Theatre, Harry Meacher
Stage, Edward Alleyn, The Slicing Edge, Ipswich New Wolsey, Hettie Macdonald
Stage, Gaultier/King, The Tinder Box, Common Ground Theatre Company, Patricia Whymark
Stage, Robert Morton, The Winslow Boy, Southwold, Chris Dunham
Television, John Maze, Bomber Harris, B.B.C, Michael Darlow
Television, Ian Brogan, Doctors, BBC Television, Naomi Vera Sanso
Television, Calum, EastEnders, BBC Television, Clive Arnold
Television, Martin, London Bridge, Carlton Television, Jules Williamson
Television, Clive Gunning, Night & Day, Granada Television, Brian Farnham
Television, Paratroop Officer, To Play the King, BBC, Paul Seed
Television, Irving, Undercover Heart, BBC Television, John Strickland/Richard Signy


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-California, American-Midwest, American-New York, American-Southern States, East Anglian, East European, French, German, Glasgow, Italian, Liverpool, London*, Manchester, RP, Russian, Scandinavian, Welsh-Southern, West Country, Wiltshire, Yorkshire
(* = Native/Fluent)
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Accordion*, Baritone*, Bass-Baritone*, Concertina, Contemporary Dance, Folk Singing*, Guitar, Harmonica, Mandolin, Period Dancing, Piano*, Recorder, Tin Whistle
Performance:Actor-Musician, Audio Drama, Physical Theatre, Role Play, TV Presenting, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Archery, Cricket, Fencing*, Horse-riding, Sailing*, Skiing*, Stage Combat*, Tennis*, Wind Surfing*
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Chef (professional), Devising, Mime, Narration


Rose Bruford College