STEPHEN HOGAN

STEPHEN HOGAN by Stuart McClymont
Photo: Stuart McClymont
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C A M
55-59 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 6LD
Phone: 020-7292 0600
E-mail: reception@cam.co.uk
WWW: www.cam.co.uk
LISA RICHARDS AGENCY - DUBLIN
108 Upper Leeson Street, Dublin 4, Ireland
Phone: 00 3531 637 5000
Fax: 00 3531 667 1256
E-mail: info@lisarichards.ie
WWW: www.lisarichards.ie
INSIGHT MANAGEMENT
Raleigh Studios Hollywood, 5300 Melrose Avenue, Design Buildings Suite 412, Los Angeles, CA 90038, USA
Phone: 001 323 960 8051
E-mail: team@insightent.com
Location:London, United Kingdom
Height:6' (182cm)
Weight:13st. (83kg)
Playing Age:36 - 45 years
Appearance:White
Nationality:Irish
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Engaging
Voice Quality:Warm

Credits:

Stephen received outstanding reviews for his recent portrayal of actor Peter Finch in the premier of "Mad as Hell" by Cassie MacFarlane at the Jermyn Street Theatre.

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Film
2018, Feature Film, Spinecrackle (Voice), Dragon Rider, Constantin Film, Tomer Eshed
2018, Feature Film, John Blackwood, We Have Always Lived In the Castle, Sony Pictures, Stacie Passon
2017, Feature Film, Mr Wembley (Vivian's dad), Transformers: The Last Knight, Paramount Pictures, Michael Bay
2017, Feature Film, Christy Murphy, The Foreigner, STX Entertainment, Martin Campbell
2017, Feature Film, Conor's Dad, Handsome Devil, Treasure Films, John Butler
2016, Feature Film, Thomas Naylor, The Young Karl Marx, Agat Films & CIE, Raoul Peck
2015, Feature Film, Ambassador Dan Cahill, Jarhead - The Siege, Universal, Will Kaufman
2013, Feature Film, Richard Webb, Earthbound, Paper Dreams, Alan Brennan
2013, Feature Film, Renfield, The Dark Prince, Castel Film Romania, Pearry Reginald Teo
2013, Feature Film, Wade Harper, The Sweeter Side of Life, Motion Picture Corporation of America, Michael Damien
2013, Feature Film, Doctor Guy Bensley (Lead), Flat Lake, Smuggler Films (Los Angeles), Kevin Allen
2011, Feature Film, Adam Smith (lead), Kingdom of Dust, Koralis Pictures, Heath Jones
2008, Feature Film, Sky Marshall Anoke (lead), Starship Troopers Marauder, Sony Pictures, Edward Neumeier
2004, Feature Film, President Joseph Reed, Field of Honour (Starring Kelsey Grammar & Aidan Quinn), HBO, Mikael Salomon
2000, Feature Film, Rory, Vicious Circle, BBC Screen One, David Blair
1997, Feature Film, Ryan, Some Mother's Son, Castle Rock/Sony Pictures, Terry George
1996, Feature Film, Sean Byrne, The Plant, BBC Screen One, Jonathan Lewis
1996, Feature Film, Jim Doyle, To Kill A Nonce, British Films, Lars Sikstrom
2008, Feature Film, Theme Song "It's A Good Day to Die!", Starship Troopers - Marauder, Sony Pictures, Ed Neumeier
Television
2017, Television, Padraig Kelly, Redwater, BBC1, Jasper W Neilsen
2016, Television, Major-General William Lowe, Trial of the Cenrury, Treasure Entertainment/TV3, Maurice Sweeney
2015, Television, Ned Butler, X Company, Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC), John Strickland
2015, Television, Dr Sean Farrell, The Jubilee Nurse, Tile Films, Keith Farrell
2012, Television, Thomas Andrews, Saving the Titanic, Tile Films, Maurice Sweeney
2011, Television, Henry Merchant, Primeval, ITV, Robert Quinn
2011, Television, Eric Ducann, Injustice, ITV, Colm McCarthy
2009, Television, Robespierre, Terror! Robespierre and the French Revolution, BBC 2, Carl Hindmarch
2008, Television, Sir Henry Norris (Regular Season 2), The Tudors, Showtime/Working Title/BBC, Ciaran Donnelly
2006, Television, Brian Sweeney, Fair City, RTE, Brian Morgan
2005, Television, Alastair Burnett, The Line of Beauty (Adapted by Andrew Davies), BBC, Saul Dibb
2005, Television, Freddie, Totally Frank, Channel Four, Neasa Hardiman
2003, Television, Robert Brackley, Doctors, BBC Television, Alice Troughton
2003, Television, Professor Michael James, The Chosen, ITV, Connor Morrisey / Philip John
2002, Television, Mr. Samuels, The Master Story Teller, BBC Television, Patrick Reames
1997, Television, Declan Lowndes, The Governor, ITV Drama, Marcus White
1996, Television, Sam Maguire, Fair City, RTE, John Lynch
1995, Television, Nick Stapleton, High Road, Scottish Television, Marcus White
Stage
2018, Stage, Peter Finch (lead), Mad as Hell, Jermyn Street Theatre, Cassie McFarlane
Stage, Pato Dooley, The Beauty Queen of Leenane, The Curve, Leicester, Paul Kerryson
Stage, Willie Dee, The Field, Olympia Theatre, Dublin (Lane Productions), Joe Dowling
Stage, Soldier/Narrator, The Soldier's Tale, Verdandi Camerata, Hugh lee
Stage, Tom, The Ministry of Deliverence, Dublin Theatre Festival, Conall Morrison
Stage, Jerome, Merrily We Roll Along, Derby Playhouse, Karen Louise Hebden
Stage, Eddie, Season's Greetings, Liverpool Playhouse, Nikolai Foster
Stage, Torvald, A Doll's House, Theatre Babel - UK and International Tour, Graham MacLaren
Stage, George (Lead), Possible Worlds, Tron Theatre Company, Glasgow, Adrian Osmond
Stage, Francie, The Magic Toyshop, Shared Experience, Rebecca Gatwood
Stage, Sean Keogh, Playboy Of The Western World, Liverpool Playhouse, Robert Delamere
Stage, Capt. Lancey, Translations, The Abbey Theatre, Ben Barnes
Stage, Jason, Medea, Babel Theatre Company, Graham McLaren
Stage, Bigriffenfeldt, Peer Gynt, Royal National Theatre, Conall Morrison & Trevor Nunn
Stage, Billy (Lead), Fast Food, Manchester Royal Exchange, Marianne Elliot
Stage, Edward IV, Richard III, Leicester Haymarket Theatre, Paul Kerryson
Stage, Nealus, Sharon's Grave, Dublin Gate Theatre, Ben Barnes
Stage, De Stogumber, St. Joan, The Abbey Theatre, Patrick Mason
Stage, Maurice Townsend (Lead), The Heiress, Dublin Gate Theatre, Michael Rudman
Stage, Rory, The Cavalcaders, Theatr Clwyd, Peter Rowe
Stage, Narrator, The Soldier's Tale, Traverse Theatre/Theatre Theatrical, David McVicar
Stage, Macduff, Macbeth, The Abbey Theatre, Patrick Mason
Stage, Shakespeare, Mutabilitie, The Abbey Theatre, Patrick Mason
Stage, Fitzwilliam, Pride and Prejudice, Dublin Gate Theatre, Alan Stanford
Stage, George Kittridge, The Philadelphia Story, Manchester Royal Exchange, Josephine Abady
Stage, Joe Pitt, Angels In America, The Abbey Theatre, Patrick Mason
Stage, Macbeth, Macbeth, Bickerstaffe & Kilkenny International Festival, Conall Morrison
Stage, Algernon Moncrieff, The Importance Of Being Earnest, Abbey Theatre, Dublin, Conall Morrison
Radio
2018, Radio, Clapier, The Fortune of War, BBC Radio 4, Bruce Young
2018, Radio, Holmes Tuttle, The Republicans, BBC Radio Drama, Jonquil Panting
2018, Radio, Sergei Panchenko, Tommies, BBC Radio Drama, Jonquil Panting
2018, Radio, Princeton Matthews, Big Broadcast (live musical comedy from BBC Radio Theatre), BBC Radio Drama, David Hunter
2018, Radio, Father Grimribbling, DOT, BBC Radio Drama, Sasha Yevtushenko
2018, Radio, Steven, First World Problems, BBC Radio 4, Jonquil panting
2015, Radio, Performer, Friday Night is Music Night - The Battle of Britain, BBC, Phil Critchlow
2015, Radio, Sean O'Casey, Tongues of Fire, BBC Radio 4, Peter Kavanagh
2015, Radio, Swann, Letters from an Indian Revolutionary, BBC Radio 4, Nadia Molinari
2015, Radio, Father Ryan, Fat Little Thing, BBC Radio 4, Heather Larmour
2014, Radio, Reilly, The Rivals, BBC Radio 4, Liz Webb
2014, Radio, Narrator, Friday Night is Music night, BBC Radio 2, Jonathan Mayo
2014, Radio, Smith, The Illustrated Man, BBC, Gemma Jenkins
2014, Radio, Needle Nugent, Juno and the Paycock, BBC, Peter Kavanagh
2014, Radio, Edward Carson, The Real Trial of Oscar Wilde, BBC Radio 4, David Hunter
2014, Radio, Gerry McGarvey, November Dead List, BBC Radio 4, Sasha Yevtushenko
2013, Radio, Raymond, The Insider, BBC Radio 3, Jonquil Panting
2013, Radio, Raymond, The Outsider, BBC Radio 3, David Hunter
2013, Radio, Pat Manky, Jungle of Cities by Bertolt Brecht adapted by mark Ravenhill, BBC Radio 3, Jonquil Panting
2012, Radio, Richard, Feminine For Ever, BBC radio 4, Marc Beeby
2012, Radio, Richard, Love Me Do, BBC Radio 4, Sally Avens
2012, Radio, Martin Cunningham, Ulysses by James Joyce, BBC Radio 4, Jeremy Mortimer & Jonquil Panting
2011, Radio, Eamon Philips, The Archers, BBC Radio 4, Venesa Whitburn/Julie Beckett/Kim Greengrass
2011, Radio, Peter, The Plough and the Stars, BBC Radio 3, Nadia Molinari
2011, Radio, Otto Hans Magnus Hauptman, The Porlock Poisoner, BBC World Service, Dirk Maggs
2010, Radio, Declan (lead), Scummow, BBC, Claire Grove
2009, Radio, Spencer, Edward II, BBC, Jessica Dromgoole
2009, Radio, Dr Mayhew, Charles Paris (With Bill Nihy), BBC, Sally Avens
2009, Radio, The Spy Who Came In From The Cold, BBC, Patrick Rayner
2009, Radio, Ian Trent, Hut 33, BBC, Adam Bromley
2009, Radio, The Hairy Ape, BBC, Toby Swift
2009, Radio, Marshall, Plantagenet, BBC, Jeremy Mortimer
2009, Radio, Mr Venus, Our Mutual Friend, BBC, Jeremy Mortimer & Jessica Dromgoole
2009, Radio, Lollio, The Changeling, BBC, Jeremy Mortimer
2009, Radio, Gilpin, Sargasso, BBC, Marc Beeby
2009, Radio, Burton, The Siege of Krishnapur, BBC, Eoin O'Callaghan
2009, Radio, Lord Brocklehurst, The Admirable Crichton, BBC, Fiona Kelcher
2009, Radio, Dickie Greenleaf, The Talented Mr Ripley, BBc, Claire Grove
2009, Radio, Michael Byrne, The Tinkers Wedding, BBC, Steven Canny
2008, Radio, Jensen, Journey Into Space, BBC Radio 4, Nick Russell-Pavier
2007, Radio, Neil, Have Your Cake, BBC Radio 4, Steven Canny
2006, Radio, Stanley, Street and Lane (Series II), BBC Radio 4, David Hunter
2006, Radio, Marius, Empress of the West, BBC Radio 4, Steven Canny
2006, Radio, D.C. Wong (Regular), Agatha Raisin - 3rd Series, BBC Light Ent, Carol Smith
2006, Radio, Jim, High Table, Lower Orders, BBC Radio (Light Ent), Dawn Ellis
2006, Radio, Samuel Beckett, Sam O Bedlam, Pier Production for BBC Radio 4, David Blount
2005, Radio, Sorley Boy, The Ballad of Shane O'Neill, BBC Radio 4, Carol Bayne
2005, Radio, Steward, Mangosteen Mania, BBC Radio 4 (Manchester), Nadia Molinari
2005, Radio, Collarbone, My Son the Footballer, BBC Light Ent, Claire Jones
2005, Radio, Eugene, Mr Sex - Winner Imison Award Best New Play 2005, BBC Radio Drama, Peter Kavanagh
2005, Radio, D.C.Wong (Regular), Agatha Raison (Second Series - Starring Penelope Keith), BBC Light Ent, Carol Smith
2005, Radio, Daniel, PS I Love You, BBC Radio Northern Ireland/Radio 4, Eoin O'Callaghan
2005, Radio, Thomas Higgins, Life Assurance, BBC Radio 4, Claire Grove
2005, Radio, Pachrates, Caesar!, BBC Radio 4, Jeremy Mortimer
2005, Radio, Sheridan, Madness of George III, BBC Radio 4, David Hitchinson
2005, Radio, Leonard, High Table, Low Orders, BBC Radio Drama, Dawn Ellis
2005, Radio, Sid Barnes, The Parson, BBC Radio 4, Luke Fresle
2004, Radio, Robert - Sony Award Nomination 2005, Mustard Seed, BBC Radio Drama, Peter Kavagh
2004, Radio, Vespan, Arthur, BBC Radio Drama, Jeremy Mortimer
2004, Radio, Bruce, Clare in the Community, BBC Light Entertainment, Katie Tyrell
2004, Radio, Paul Hogan (Lead), Taking the Picture, BBC Radio Drama, Sally Avens
2004, Radio, Major Read, The Raj Quartet, BBC Radio Drama, Sally Avens
2003, Radio, Dr. Chambers, The Archers, BBC Radio 4, Vanessa Whitburn
2003, Radio, 9 MONTHS WITH BBC RADIO REP
2009, Radio, 9 Months with BBC Radio Drama Company (The Rep), BBC, Various
Musical
2008, Musical, Theme Song "It's A Good Day to Die!", Starship Troopers - Marauder, Sony Pictures, Ed Neumeier
2007, Musical, Jerome, Merrily We Roll Along, Derby Playhouse, Karen Louise Hebden
2007, Musical, Various Roles, Moon Landing (Workshop), Derby Playhouse, Stephen Edwards
Animation
2018, Animation, Various character voices, Mary Poppins Returns, Disney Studios, Rob Marshall
2018, Animation, Spinecrackle, Dragon Rider, Constantin Film, Tomer Eshed
2018, Animation, Dog Show Host/Announcer, Showdogs, Open Road Films, Raja Gosnell
Video Game
2017, Video Game, Voice Actor, Divinity: Original Sin II, Larian Studios, Sven Vincke
2014, Video Game, Voice Actor, Divinity: Original Sin, Larian Studios, Swen Vincke
2009, Video Game, Hellghast Voices, Killzone 2, Sony Computer Entertainment, Jonathan Kray
2007, Video Game, Voice Actor, Hellgate: London, Flagship Studios, Bill Roper
2007, Video Game, Sean Devlin - Principal Character, Saboteur ($35M all platforms computer game), Electonic Arts (EA)/Pandemic, Douglas Carrigan
Recording
2018, Recording, Narrator, Michael O'Leary: Turbulent Times for Ryanair, Penguin/Audible.
2018, Recording, Narrator, The Heather Blazing by Colm Toibin, Audible
2017, Recording, Reader, The Heart's Invisible Furies, Penguin Random House, Roy McMillan
2015, Recording, Narrator, Hunters in the Dark, Hogarth, Patch McQuaid
2015, Recording, Reader, Bankok Asset, Orion, Patch McQuaid
2014, Recording, Reader, Roy Keane - The Second Half (Roddy Doyle), Orion
2014, Recording, Reader, Skulduggery Pleasant - Armgedon, Harper Collins
2014, Recording, Reader, The Secret Place - By Tana French, Hodder and Staughton
2013, Recording, Reader, Broken Harbour by Tana French, Hodder and Staughton
2013, Recording, Reader, Skulduggery Pleasant: Last Stand of Dead Men, Harper collins
2012, Recording, Reader, The Zombie Survival Guide, Audible.Com
2012, Recording, Reader, Skulduggery Pleasant: Kingdom of the Wicked, Harper Collins
2011, Recording, Reader, Skullduggery Pleasant: Death Bringer, Harper Collins
2010, Recording, Reader, Twisted Metal, Above The Title, Vicky Bennett
2010, Recording, Reader, Blood and Iron, Above The Title, Vicky Bennett
2008, Recording, Singer, Starship Troopers Marauder theme "It's a Good Day to Die!", Sony Pictures, Ed Neaumeir
2008, Recording, Reader (unabridged), The Secret Scripture by Sebastian Barry, Oakhill Publishing, Douglas Kean
2008, Recording, Reader (unabridged), Typhoon by Charles Cumming, Oakhill Publishing, Patch McQuaid
2007, Recording, Lead Character, Hell Gate ($30M all platforms computer game), Electronic Arts (EA)
2005, Recording, Reader (unabridged), Cover Her Face by P.D. James, Talking Books
2005, Recording, Reader (unabridged), Death of an Expert Witness by P.D. James, Talking Books
2005, Recording, Reader (unabridged), The Sea By John banville - Winner 2005 Mann-Booker Price, Talking Books

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Belfast, Cockney, Cork, Donegal, Dublin*, Edinburgh, Essex, French, German, Glasgow, Irish RP*, Irish-Northern, Irish-Southern*, Liverpool, Manchester, RP, Russian, West Country, Yorkshire
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballad*, Baritone, Baritone-High, Drums
Performance:Physical Theatre, Radio Presenting, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Fencing*, Horse-riding*, Rugby, Scuba Diving
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence, Motorcycle Licence
Other Skills:Narration