NIGEL ANTHONY

NIGEL ANTHONY by Tuva Heger-Bratterud
Photo: Tuva Heger-Bratterud
MIA THOMSON ASSOCIATES
3rd Floor, 207 Regent Street, London W1B 3HH
Phone: 020-7307 5939
Fax: 020-7580 4729
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ANOTHER TONGUE
10-11 D'Arblay Street (The Basement), London W1F 8DS
Phone: 020-7494 0300
Fax: 020-7494 7080
E-mail: info@anothertongue.com
WWW: www.anothertongue.com
Location:London, United Kingdom
Height:5'7" (170cm)
Weight:10st. 10lb. (68kg)
Playing Age:61 - 75 years
Appearance:Mediterranean, White
Other:Equity, Musicians Union
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Grey
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Assured
Voice Quality:Warm
  

Credits:

Nigel recently played Judge Loomis in The Archers. He toured for ATG in "The Importance Of Being Earnest" with Sian Phillips and Nigel Havers. He has also narrated the letters of Iris Murdoch for Sweet Talk Productions, joined an all star cast in Michael Frayn's Matchbox Theatre and most recently Pocket Playhouse for Jarvis and Ayres on Radio 4.

Credits
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Credits
2017, Radio, Various, Pocket Playhouse, Jarvis and Ayres
2015, Radio, Michael Frayn's Matchbox Theatre, Jarvis and Ayres, Martin jarvis
2015, Stage, George/Lane/Merriman, The Importance Of Being Earnest, ATG, Lucy Bailey
2014, Radio, Claude Erskine Brown, Rumpole of The Bailey, Catherine Bailey, Marilyn Imrie
2014, Radio, Reader, The Zhivago Affair, Pier Productions
2014, Radio, War and Peace, Pier Productions, Celia De Wolfe
2013, Radio, Claude Erskine Brown, Rumpole of The Bailey, Catherine Bailey, Marllyn Imrie
2012, Radio, Skios by Michael Frayn, Jarvis and Ayres, Martin Jarvis
2011, Stage, Evelyn Waugh, Dearest Nancy, Darling Evelyn - Jermyn Street Theatre, Erskine Productions, Jane McCulloch - English Chamber Theatre
2010, Voice Over, Narrator, TV voice overs, Various - many audiobooks commercial v/os, various
2009, Radio, Narrator, Stalin's Nemesis, BBC Radio 4, Jane Marshall
2009, Radio, Narrator, Stalin's Nemesis, BBC Radio 4, Jane Marshall
2008, Radio, Mathew Bramble, Humphry Cllnker, BBC, Marc Beeby
2008, Radio, Sir Jasper Fidget, The Country Wife, Pier Productions, David Blount
2008, Radio, Thomas Hardy, What I Think Of My Husband, BBC, David Hunter
2008, Stage, Grandfather, The Old Curiosity Shop, Gate Theatre Dublin, Alan Stanford
2008, Television, Arthur Hirst, The Bill, Thames Talkback, Michael Keillor
2007, Radio, Professor Lord Pinkrose, The Fortunes Of War, BBC Radio, Marc Beeby
2007, Television, Harry Stamper, Doctors, BBC Television, Michael Keillor
2007, Television, Lionel Bell, Midsomer Murders, ITV 1 (Bentley), Richard Holthouse
2006, Radio, Gloucester, King Lear (rec. Globe Theatre), BBC World Service, Alison Hindell
2006, Stage, Robert, Being Olivia, Warehouse Theatre, Ted Craig
2006, Stage, Various Roles, Tonight At 8.30, Chichester Festival Theatre, Lucy Bailey
2005, Radio, Reader, The Year Of The Jouncer by Simon Gray, BBC Radio 4, Jane Marshall
2005, Recording, Reader, Arthur & George, BBC Audio Books, Roger Davis
2004, Stage, Evelyn Waugh, Dearest Nancy, Darling Evelyn, English Chamber Theatre
2004, Stage, Frank Foster, How the Other Half Loves, British Theatre Playhouse (Singapore), David Warwick
2002, Stage, Barbarini, The Life Of Galileo, Word of Mouth/BAC, David Salter
2002, Voice Over, Tesco TV & Radio (11 years), Lowe Lintas
2001, Stage, Ricochet, Sick Dictators, Jermyn Street Theatre, James Bolam
2000, Stage, Pastor Manders, Ghosts, Old Red Lion Theatre, David Graham-Young
2000, Stage, The Last Sortie, New End Theatre, Ian Brown

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-California, American-Midwest, American-New York, American-Standard, Australian, Belfast, Birmingham, Cockney, Dublin, Geordie, Glasgow, Indian, Irish RP, London*, RP*
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Drums*
Performance:Audio Books, Musician-Professional, Radio Presenting, Voice Over
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence

Training:

No drama school training but started as a boy actor in 1956. In work ever since!