SHAUN PRENDERGAST by Claire Newman-Williams
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59 St Martin's Lane, London WC2N 4JS
Phone: 020-7836 7849
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'10" (177cm)
Playing Age:55 - 65 years
Eye Colour:Blue-Green
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Natural
Voice Quality:Warm

About me:

Television Musical Film Stage Pantomime
2019, Television, George, Industry, HBO, Lena Dunham
2019, Television, Ted Lasso, Shoe Bucket Limited, Apple TV, Brian Crano
2019, Television, Breeders, FX Productions, Avalon, & Sky Original Productions, Ben Palmer
2018, Television, Karl Cockshall, Doctors, BBC
2016, Television, George Murray, Father Brown, BBC, Simon Gibney
2016, Television, Vincent Robinson, Doctors, BBC, Karen Kelly
2015, Television, Mr Brownlee, Dark Angel, ITV, Brian Percival
2014, Television, Mr Phillips, In The Docks (Pilot), RDF for Channel 4, Fraser MacDonald
2014, Television, DS Colin Holt, Eastenders, BBC Television, Rebecca Gatward/Various Directors
2014, Television, Christopher Bing, Holby City, BBC Television, Richard Platt
2014, Television, Robert Bain, Waterloo Road, BBC Television, Roberto Vangura/Various Directors
2013, Television, Melvyn Spennymoor, Doctors, BBC Television, Alex Jacob
2013, Television, Henry Fuller, WPC 56, BBC Television, Mike Hobson
2013, Television, Grant, Way to Go, BBC Television, Bob Kushell
2013, Television, Felix, Casualty, BBC Television, Declan Eames
2012, Television, Lafferty, Inspector George Gently, BBC Television, James Larkin
2012, Television, Billy Silvester, Doctors, BBC Television, James Larkin
2011, Television, Alex, Coronation Street, ITV, Griff Rowland
2010, Television, DCI Mike Evans, Collision, Greenlit Films/BBC Television, Marc Evans
2008, Television, Council Chairman, Tracy Beaker Returns, BBC Television, Neasa Hardiman
2008, Television, Keith, Doctors, BBC Television, Rupert Miles
2007, Television, Brian Tweedie, New Tricks, BBC Television, Minkie Spiro
2007, Television, Greg Doland, Emmerdale, Yorkshire Television, Various directors
2006, Television, Jimbo, The Lightning Kid, BBC Television, Stephen Thompkinson
2005, Television, Frank Galley, 55 Degrees North, BBC Television, Brian Kelly
2004, Television, Jerry Parnell, Drive, BBC Television, John Greening
Television, Harry Marvin, Heartbeat, Yorkshire Television, Adrian Bean
Television, Sgt Tasker, Eastenders, BBC Television, Mark Sendell
Television, Daniel Armley, Hotel Babylon, BBC Television, Ian McDonald
Television, Jimmy Todd, The Bill, Talkback Thames, Various Directors
Television, Ben Rogers, Holby City, BBC Television, Karen Stowe
Television, Greg, Teachers, Channel Four, Ian McDonald
Television, Thomas Hepburn, The Great Ship, BBC Television, Chris Spencer
Television, Chief Constable Sheean, Inspector Lyndley Mysteries, BBC Television, Richard Laxton
Television, James Hammer, The Bill, Thames Television, Lawrence Passmore
Television, Colour Sergeant Price, Soldier Soldier, Central Television, Various Directors
Television, Trevor Sharpe, Peak Practise, Central Television, Various Directors
Television, Steve Unwin, A Place of Safety, Yorkshire Television, Ted Clisby
Television, Jerry Parnell, The Afternoon Play, BBC Television
2019, Musical, Joe, Waitress, Alecia Parker, Diane Paulus
2018, Musical, Mr Boo, The Rise & Fall of Little Voice, Land of the Green Ginger, Tom Latter
2017, Feature Film, Bithem, Peterloo, BFI Film Fund, Mike Leigh
2015, Feature Film, Louie, Squidge, Rebekah Fortune
2014, Feature Film, The Pale Man, Remainder, Tigerlily Fims, Omar First
2012, Feature Film, Chief Inspector Atkins, Harrigan, Tall Trees Films, Vince Edwards
2009, Feature Film, Maurice Brown, The Stepdad, Cheshire Films, Mark Moraghan
2008, Feature Film, Heinrich, Fast Track No Limits, Action Image, Axel Sand/Lee Goldberg
Feature Film, Hotel Manager, Frozen, Juliet McKeown
Feature Film, Chief Engineer Roberts, Action Stations, Portsmouth Films, Graham Moore
Feature Film, Scalerino, Bye Bye Columbus, Columbus Pictures, Peter Barnes
Feature Film, Bill, In the Bleak Midwinter, Renaissance Films, Sir Ken Branagh
Feature Film, Joseph Morrell, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Shelley Films, Sir Ken Branagh
Feature Film, John Bates, Henry V, Renaissance Films, Sir Ken Branagh
2016, Stage, Mr Jaggars/Pumblechook, Great Expectation, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Lucy Bailey
2015, Stage, James, Geordie The Musical, Kate Urwin, Mike Turnbull
2014, Stage, MC, Oh What A Lovely War, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Terry Johnson
2013, Stage, Joe the Cabbie, Baroque Around the Clock, Armonico Consort, Eliot Giuralarocca
2013, Stage, Adrian, The Last Ship, Jeffrey Seller Productions, Joe Mantello / Sting
2011, Stage, Mr Boo, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Nica Burns/Duchess West End, Terry Johnson
2010, Stage, Frank Partridge, Glamour, Nottingham, Bill Alexander
2007, Stage, Scobie, The Glee Club, The Bush, Mike Bradwell
2003, Stage, Jaquerello, The Miser, Salisbury Playhouse, Richard Beecham
2000, Stage, Malcolm, Twelve Tales of Tyneside, Live Theatre Newcastle, Max Roberts
Stage, Ray, A Going Concern, Hampstead, Matthew Lloyd
Stage, Oliver Hardy, The Laurel and Hardy Show, Cheltenham, Shiela Mander
Stage, Touchstone, As You Like It, Nottingham Playhouse, David Pountney
Stage, Toad, Toad of Toad Hall, Cheltenham Everyman, Shiela Mander
Stage, Silvius / Le Beau, As You Like It, Rennaisance, Geraldine Mckewan
Stage, First Player, Hamlet, Renaissance, Sir Derek Jacobi
Stage, Fabian, Twelfth Night, Renaissance, Sir Kenneth Branagh
Stage, Don John, Much Ado About Nothing, Renaissance, Dame Judi Dench
2017, Pantomime, Nurse Glucose, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Extravaganza
2016, Pantomime, Widow Twankey, Aladdin, Extravaganza
2015, Pantomime, Dame, Cinderella, Bill Kenwright Ltd, Peter Michael O'Neill
2012, Pantomime, Widow Twanky, Aladdin, Lyric Hammersmith, Steve Marmion
2011, Pantomime, Sarah The Cook, Dick Whittington, Lyric Hammersmith, Steve Marmion
2018, Pantomime, Pearl, Sleeping Beauty, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Matthew Xia


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Australian, Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Dorset, Dublin, English-Standard, French, Geordie, German, Italian, Liverpool, London, Manchester, RP, Russian, Scottish-Standard, Welsh-Standard, Yorkshire


Bretton Hall, BA HONS Theatre Studies, 3 years, 1977 - 1980