STEVE NALLON

STEVE NALLON by Mark Bruce
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SPOTLIGHT
7 Leicester Place, London WC2H 7RJ
Phone: 020-7437 7631
Fax: 020-7437 5881
E-mail: enquiries@spotlight.com
WWW: www.spotlight.com
Artist's Website: www.nallon.com
Location:London
Height:5'10" (177cm)
Weight:12st. (76kg)
Playing Age:41 - 55 years
Appearance:White
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Green
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Engaging
Voice Quality:Gentle
  

Credits:

Recent work 2017: John Bland in CHINESE WHISPERS at Greenwich Theatre - Denis in THE CORRUPTED with Toby Jones (Radio Four play) - David in the short film NARROW ROAD - Voices in CLEMENTINE'S FABULOUS ROADSHOW The Lost Theatre, Wandsworth - "wonderful voice work from Steve Nallon..." BRITISH THEATRE REVIEW *****

Credits
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Credits
2017, Stage, John Bland, CHINESE WHISPERS, Greenwich Theatre, Ian Lindsay
2017, Short Film, David Murphy, Narrow Road, 2020 Productions Ltd, Chris Villiers
2017, Radio, Denis, The Corrupted, Brill Productions (BBC Radio Four), Clive Brill
2017, Feature Film, ADR, 6 Days, General Film Corporation (New Zealand), Toa Fraser
2017, Feature Film, ADR, Eat Local, Rod Smith and GFM Films, Jason Flemyng
2017, Voice Over, All voices (pre-recorded), CLEMENTINE'S FABULOUS ROADSHOW, The Lost Theatre, Wandsworth, Mark Mander
2017, Dance, Thatcher (voice only), COAL, Gary Clarke Dance Company, Gary Clarke
2017, Comedy, Stand-up comedian (1977 to present day), Comedy Performer
2016, Stage, Margaret Thatcher, DEAD SHEEP, Cahoots (National Tour), Ian Talbot
2016, Rehearsed Reading, Tobias, Morality Play, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Oliver Dawe
2016, Multimedia, David Cameron (voice), Jeremy Corbyn (voice), Wonk, Headcaster Mobile Phone App, Chris Chapman
2015, Feature Film, Professor Richards, 51 Degrees North, Film United, Grigorij Richters
2015, Television, Interview, CHRISTMAS WITH THE DOUBLE ACTS, Crook Productions for Channel Five, Matt Crook
2015, Radio, Dramatic reconstruction as Thatcher (since 2010), UK Confidential, BBC Radio Four / Whistledown, Deborah Dudgeon
2015, Television, Interview, 20 MOMENTS THAT ROCKED COMEDY, Crackit Productions, Dan Trelfer
2015, Stage, Margaret Thatcher, Dead Sheep, Park Theatre - Cahoots Theatre Company, Ian Talbot
2015, Television, Voices - Robin Day, Enoch Powell and Bob McKenzie, Sixty Years of Swing, BBC, Daniel Brittain-Catlin and Gabrielle O'Neill
2015, Stage, David Cameron (voice of SPITTING IMAGE puppet), NHS IN STITCHES - SPITTING IMAGE, Hackney Empire, Helly McGrother / Brian Herring
2015, Television, Interview, 20 MOMENTS THAT ROCKED THE 80S, Crackit Productions, Mark Turnbull
2015, Stage, Thatcher (voice only), An Audience With Jimmy Savile, Park Theatre - Cahoots Theatre Company, Brendan O'Hea
2014, Pantomime, Dame Trott, Jack and the Beanstalk, Buxton Opera House / Channel Theatre, Philip Dart
2014, Television, Interview discussing CISSIE AND ADA and others, Britain's Best Loved Double Acts, Objective Productions for Channel Five, Dan Trelfer
2014, Stage, Lord Montgomery / Quinton Crisp / Sir John Gielgud, In The Life, Deptford Lounge 2014 and St James Theatre 2013, Chris Bryant
2014, Rehearsed Reading, Brian Walden, WASPS IN A JAM JAR, The Park Theatre, Finsbury Park, Jonathan Maitland
2014, Rehearsed Reading, Hammer Staines, Stage Irish, Writers' Guild / Leicester Sqare Theatre, Martin Wylde / Richard Pinner
2014, Television Movie, Margaret Thatcher (ADR voice only), Citizen Charlie, Chieftain Film Productions for RTE, Kenneth Glenaan / Charlie McCarthy
2014, Short Film, Interrogator (ADR voice only), The Committee (Part of Random Acts Season), Randoms Acts on Channel Four, Karen Mirza and Brad Butler
2014, Short Film, Margaret Thatcher, Thatcher From Hell!, British Film Institute, Roger Law
2014, Television, Margaret Thatcher (voice of SPITTING IMAGE puppet), Newsnight, BBC, Adam Livingstone
2013, Stage, Roy Barraclough / Cisse, Cissie and Ada, Blackpool Grand and UK Tour, JJ Almond (for Cutting the Strings)
2013, Radio, Jorgen Riise, Believe It!, Pacificus Productions for BBC Radio Four, Clive Brill
2013, Stage, One-man Show, Steve Nallon's Guide to the World of the Impressionist, Petworth Festival
2012, Television, David Cameron (voice), The Queen (voice), Harry Hill's TV Burp, ITV / Avalon Productions
2012, Television, Lady Thatcher, The Alan Titchmarsh Show, ITV
2011, Radio, Attenborough, Peoplewatch, (Series) Bona Broadcasting for BBC, Turan Ali
2011, Film, Margaret Thatcher (voice), In Search of La Che, Quick off the Mark Productions, Mark D. Ferguson
2011, Stage, One-man Show, Steve Nallon's Guide to the World of the Impressionist, Haselmere Festival
2010, Radio, Guest Contributor on vocal technique, Speak Up!, Comedy Unit for BBC, Gus Beattie
2009, Comedy, Cabaret Entertainer, Sheffield Crucible Gala Opening, Sheffield Crucible
2009, Stage, Lottie Wainwright (Deceased), I'm No Angel, Jermyn Street Theatre
2009, Short Film, Professor Edmund Spenser, The Ganzfeld Procedure, BBC, Keith McCarthy
2009, Video Game, Character Voices, Overlord II, Triumph Productions, Rhianna Patchett
2008, Television, Contributor on voice analysis, The Secrets of Body Language, History Channel, James Millar
2008, Cabaret, Lottie Wainwright (Deceased), Variety Lives (Tour), Variety Lives, Mike McCarthy & Warren Lakin
2008, Television, Guest Contributor, Comedy Decades, BBC Television, Matt O'Casey
2008, Television, Lady Thatcher, Harry and Paul, Tiger Aspect for BBC, Geoffrey Perkins / Sandy Johnson
2007, Television, Presenter, Inside Out, BBC
2007, Radio, Extract Reader, The Long View, BBC Radio Four, Neil McCarthy
2006, Television, Guest Contributor, The Story of Light Entertainment, BBC, Steve McConville
2006, Video Game, Computer Motion Capture Performer, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, Centroid Motion Capture Studios, Phil Stilgoe
2006, Television, Guest Contributor, Comedy Connections: The New Statesman, BBC, Graham Mithcell
2005, Television, Guest Contributor, 50 Years of ITV, ITV
2004, Television, Dusty (Voice Artist and Puppeteer), The Dan and Dusty Show, Dare to Believe for ITV, Bob Howes
2004, Television, Rupert, Jonathan Creek, BBC, Sandy Johnson
2004, Television, Ann Widdecombe, The Impressionable Jon Culshaw, ITV, Richard Hearsey
2004, Stage, All Characters (One-man Show), Adventures in Wonderland, Tristan Baker Productions, Edinburgh Fringe, Carolyn Scott-Jeffs
2003, Comedy, Stand-up Comedian, Stand-up Comedy Circuit, 2003 to Present Day
2003, Feature Film, Immigration Officer, The Refuge, Cinequest, Nigel Barker
2003, Stage, All Characters (One-man Show), A Christmas Carol, Birmingham Repertory, Toby Frow
2003, Television, Guest Contributor, Who Did You Do?, BBC
2002, Television, Voice (ADR), Wire in the Blood, ITV, Andrew Grieve
2002, Radio, Tony Blair, Broadcasting House, BBC
2002, Stage, All Characters (One-man Show), The Big Odyssey, Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh and National Tour, Ed Curtis
2001, Television, Lady Thatcher, Night of a Thousand Faces with Dame Edna Everage, BBC, Vincent Beasley
2001, Rehearsed Reading, New Age Birthing Man, Hattie the Disenchanted, TAPS, Charles Garland
2001, Television, Dame Maggie Smith, The Big Impression, BBC, Charlie Hanson
2000, Radio, Guest Interview, The Fred MacAulay Show, BBC
1999, Radio, Guest Contributor on vocal technique, In Other Words, BBC / Open University
1999, Radio, All voices in the series, The Nallon Tapes, Bona Broadcasting for BBC, Turan Ali
1999, Radio, Panellist, And This Is Them, Talkback for BBC, Griff Rhys-Jones / Paul Powell
1999, Radio, Dame Edith Evans and other voices in the sereis, The Ghost of Number, Bona Broadcasting for BBC, Turna Ali
1998, Radio, Barry, King of the Road, (Comedy series) BBC, Alan de Pellette
1998, Radio, Harold Wilson and other voices in the series, Maclean - The Memorex Years, Above the Title for BBC, Bruce Hyman
1998, Feature Film, Family Doctor, The Girl with Brains in Her Feet, Lexington Films Don Boyd, Roberto Bangura
1997, Television, Character Voices, Animal Madness, Action Time for Channel Five
1997, Radio, Bobby Murrell, Props, (Saturday Playhouse) BBC, Turan Ali
1997, Radio, Presenter, Fame, (Series) BBC, Lucy Lunt
1997, Television, Guest Interview, Noel’s Telly Years, BBC
1996, Television, Various Voices, Spitting Image 1984 - 1996, ITV, John Lloyd / Geoffrey Perkins
1996, Short Film, Mrs. McCrory, Number Thirteen
1996, Television, Guest Interview, Noel's Telly Years, BBC, Veronica Butt
1996, Radio, Guest Contributor on vocal technique, Accents Speak Louder Than Words, BBC / Open University
1996, Television, Panellist, Call My Bluff 1996-1998, BBC, Helena Taylor
1996, Television, Guest Interview, Forty Years of ITV, ITV
1995, Radio, Team Captain (panel show, series), First Impressions 1995-1998, Talkback for BBC, Sioned Wiliam
1995, Radio, Columnist and Feature Presenter, The Afternoon Shift 1995-1996, BBC, Lucy Lunt
1995, Radio, Various Voices, The Music Machine, BBC, Tommy Pearson
1995, Radio, Presenter, Oh Yes, I’m the Great Pretender, BBC, Sonia Beldom
1995, Television, Co-host: Vera (Voice Artist and Puppeteer), Crazy Cottage 1995-1997, (Series) Action Time for ITV, Trish Kinane / Michael Forte / Jane O'Brien
1994, Television, Shirley Porter as Wicked Witch of the West, Bad Government Awards, Kudos for Channel Four, Stephen Garrett
1994, Television, Vera Gristle (Voice Artist and Puppeteer), The House of Gristle, (Series) BBC, Martin Hughes
1994, Television, Jimmy (Voice Artist and Puppeteer), Cats' Eyes, BBC, Peter Boisseau / Lambros Atteshlis / Andrew Chater
1994, Musical, The Narrator, The Rocky Horror Show, Leicester Haymarket, Paul Kerryson
1993, Radio, Journalist and various other characters, A Lovesong for Alfred J. Hitchcock, (Playhouse Theatre) BBC, Philip Martin
1993, Musical, Jacquot, Carnival, Lost Musicals at the Barbican Centre, Ian Marshall Fisher
1993, Television, Patricia Routledge, Rory Bremner… Who Else?, Kudos for Channel Four, Geoff Atkinson / Steve Connelly / Stephen Garrett
1992, Radio, School teacher and other characers, Prizegiving, BBC, Turan Ali
1992, Radio, Guest Contributor on vocal technique, Word of Mouth, BBC / Open University
1992, Television, Cassie (Voice Artist and Puppeteer), What’s Up Doc? 1992-1993, (Series) ITV, Vanessa Hill
1992, Television, Various Character Voices, Pallas, Geoff Atkinson
1992, Television, The Duchess (Voice Artist and Puppeteer), The Spooks of Bottle Bay 1992-1994, (Series) ITV, Paul Cole / John Thrirtle / Ian Allen / Ray Burdis
1991, Television, Paolo Mogg (Voice Artist and Puppeteer), The Wild Bunch, (Series) Blackbird Production for Channel Four, John Bell / Sally Bell
1990, Feature Film, Various Voices (ADR), Bullseye!, Michael Winner
1990, Radio, Satie, Gurney, Ives and Beethoven, Mad Composers, (Series) BBC, Neil Rosser
1990, Television, Robert Runcie, Archbishop of Canterbury, Arch Rivals, Channel Four, Robert Palmer
1990, Musical, 'Useless, Useful Phrases' (Song from SAIL AWAY), A Cook’s Tour, (Single Performance) Shaftesbery Theatre, Julie McKenzie / David Kernan
1990, Television, Dame Maggie Smith, The Big Impression, BBC, Charlie Hanson
1990, Television Movie, Various Voices (ADR), Hands of a Murderer, CBS-TV Telecast, Stuart Orme
1989, Radio, Guest Contributor on vocal technique, Outlook, BBC / World Service
1989, Radio, Quiz Master and various other characters, Bedsprings, (Playhouse Theatre) BBC, Philip Martin
1989, Television, Guest Contributor, World In Action, ITV
1989, Television, Robert Runcie, Archbishop of Canterbury, The James Whale Show, ITV
1988, Television, Margaret Thatcher and other characters, Rory Bremner 1988-1990, BBC, Marcus Mortimer / Simon Spencer
1988, Musical, Alan Bennett and others, Night of a Hundred Stars, (Single Performance) Adelphi Theatre, Barry Mishon
1988, Television, Margaret Thatcher, The New Statesman 1988-1990, ITV, Geoff Sachs
1988, Television, Peter O'Sullevan (voice), Comic Relief, BBC, Geoff Atkinson
1987, Television, Margaret Thatcher, Live From the Palladium, ITV
1987, Concert, Various characters, The Carnival of the Animals, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Conducted by Carl Davis
1987, Television, Margaret Thatcher, Saturday Live, LWT for Channel Four, Paul Jackson
1986, Radio, Alan Bennett, Cut Off At The Fringe, BBC, Paul Spencer
1986, Television, Mary Whitehouse and other characters, Now, Something Else 1986-1987, BBC, Bill Wilson and Marcus Mortimer
1986, Television Movie, Dave (Journalist), Frankie and Johnnie, BBC, Martin Campbell
1986, Concert, Margaret Thatcher, Greenpeace Gala, Royal Albert Hall
1985, Television, Margaret Thatcher, The Mike Yarwood Show, ITV, Phil Casson
1985, Stage, Derek Jacobi and other characters, Mouthing Off, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Harry Enfield and Bryan Elsley
1984, Television, Voice Over / Narrator in Pathe News style, Pet Hates, ITV
1984, Stage, French prisoner, From a Miser to a Fool, Triangle Theatre Birmingham, Jeff Teare
1983, Musical, Ted the Cloggie, Robin Day and other characters, The Cloggies by Bill Tidy, Theatr Clwyd, George Roman
1982, Stage, Game Show Host, Messmedia, Netherbow Theatre, Edinburg Fringe, Danny Braverman
1981, Stage, Children's Magician, Motel, (by Guy Hibbert) Midland Actors' Theatre
1977, Cabaret, Comedian, Impressionist and Cabaret Entertainer, 1977-1980, Working Men's Clubs

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-New York, Birmingham, Black Country, Cockney, Edinburgh, Irish-Southern, Liverpool, London, RP, Welsh-Southern, Yorkshire*
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Tenor*
Performance:After Dinner Speaker, Comedy, Radio Presenting, Stand-up Comic, Voice Over
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Impersonation, Puppetry