MICHAEL REMICK

MICHAEL REMICK by Nicholas Dawkes
Photo: Nicholas Dawkes
M R MANAGEMENT
67 Great Titchfield Street, London W1W 7PT
Phone: 020-7636 8737
E-mail: info@mrmanagement.net
WWW: www.mrmanagement.net
Location:London
Height:5'10" (177cm)
Playing Age:51 - 60 years
Appearance:White
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Blue-Green
Hair Colour:Fair
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Enthusiastic
Voice Quality:Strong

Credits:

Appearing in The Braille Legacy at the Charing Cross Theatre until June 2017

Stage Television Film Still Photography Corporate Pantomime Further Credits
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Stage
2017, Stage, Captain Charles Barbier, The Braille Legacy, Charing Cross Theatre, Thom Southerland
2014, Stage, (2013 & 2015) Max Kellerman, Dirty Dancing, UK Tour and Picadilly Theatre London, Sarah Tipple
2010, Stage, Admiral Von Shreiber/Max Detweiller, The Sound of Music, David Ian productions, Jeremy Sams
Stage, Dancing Master, A Fool and his Money, Nottingham Playhouse/Birmingham Rep, Martin Duncan
Stage, Father Clement, The Marquise by Noel Coward, National Tour, Guy Retallack
Stage, Nine characters, Second from last in the Sackrace, Oldham Coliseum, K.A. Taylor, (Best actor nomination, M.E.N )
Stage, John F Kennedy/Frank Borman, Moonlanding, Derby Playhouse, Stephen Edwards
Stage, Demetrius, A Midsummer Night's Dream, York Theatre Royal, Michael Winter
Stage, Eric Birling, An Inspector Calls, Nottingham Playhouse
Stage, Anthony Marston, And Then There Were None, Duke of Yorks Theatre London
Stage, Tranio, The Taming of the Shrew, Open Air Theatre Regents Park, Richard Digby Day
Stage, Jesse Vanderhof, Promises Promises, Sheffield Crucible Theatre, Angus Jackson
Stage, Harry, Alfie, Watford Palace Theatre, Lawrence Till
Stage, Captan Orton, King & I, National Tour
Stage, Drake/Greylag, Honk, Byre Theatre, St. Andrews, Rita Henderson
Stage, Tap Dancing Crooner, A Connecticut Yankee, Open Air Theatre, Regents Park, Ian Talbot
Stage, Title Role, Mr. Cinders, York Theatre Royal, Andrew Mckinnon
Stage, Frank, Mack and Mabel with Imelda Staunton & Denis Quilley, Nottingham Playhouse, Richard Digby Day
Stage, Giles Ralston, The Mousetrap, David Turner
Stage, Marcel, Aspects of Love, Westcliff, Christopher Dunham
Stage, Jeremy Warrender, Spiders Web, Nottingham Playhouse, Kenneth Alan Taylor
Television
Television, Hartell, Angels, BBC Television
Television, PC Smith, Barlow, BBC Television
Television, How's Your father, Yorkshire Television
Television, Jack, Intimate Strangers, London Weekend Television
Television, Osric, Life Begins, Yorkshire Television
Television, Newsnight, BBC Television
Television, Huy's, Secret Army, BBC Television
Television, Ken, Survivors, BBC Television
Television, Mr Standing, The Mixer, Yorkshire Television
Television, Sergeant, Westbeach, BBC Television
Film
Feature Film, Funeral For An Assassin, Ivan Hall
Still Photography
2009, Still Photography, 'Shoot People', Rias Insurance/Seamus Ryan Studios
Corporate
Corporate, Videos/Training Films, MOD/M & S/BT/NISSAN/Ernst & Young
Pantomime
2016, Pantomime, Emperor of China, Aladdin, First Family Entertainment, Eric Potts
Pantomime, The Emperor of China, Aladdin, Oxford Playhouse, Peter Duncan
Pantomime, King Philippe, Sleeping Beauty, Nottingham Playhouse, Kenneth Alan Taylor
Pantomime, Buttons, Cinderella, Nottingham Playhouse, Kenneth Alan Taylor
Pantomime, Wishee Washee, Aladdin, Nottingham Playhouse, Kenneth Alan Taylor
Pantomime, Idle Jack, Dick Whittington, Nottingham Playhouse, Kenneth Alan Taylor
Pantomime, Silly Billy, Babes In The Wood, York Theatre Royal, Michael Winter
Pantomime, Simple Simon, Jack and the Beanstalk, York Theatre Royal, Michael Winter
Pantomime, Idle Jack, Mother Goose, York Theatre Royal, Michael Winter
Pantomime, Brokers Man, Jack and the Beanstalk, Citizens Theatre, Giles Havergal
Pantomime, Robin Hood, Babes In The Wood, Leeds City Varieties
Pantomime, Cat, Dick Whittington, Thorndike Theatre Leatherhead
Pantomime, King Rat, Dick Whittington, Windsor Theatre Royal, Mark Piper
Further Credits
2017, Musical, Captain Charles Barbier, The Braille Legacy, Charing Cross Theatre, Thom Southerland
2017, Musical, Captain Charles Barbier, The Braille Legacy, Charing Cross Theatre, Thom Southerland

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Lancashire, Nottingham, RP, Yorkshire*
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
Spanish
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Baritone*, Tap*
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Running, Swimming
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence