Spotlight: ANDREW GOWER

ANDREW GOWER

ANDREW GOWER by Faye Thomas
Photo: Faye Thomas
42
Palladium House, 7th Floor, 1-4 Argyll Street, London W1F 7TA
Phone: 020 7292 0554
E-mail: talent@42mp.com
THE JONESES
2 Percy Street, London W1T 1DD
Phone: 020 7253 8462
E-mail: mail@meetthejoneses.co.uk
WWW: www.meetthejoneses.co.uk
Location:
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'11" (180cm)
Weight:10st. (64kg)
Playing Age:24 - 35 years
Appearance:White
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Character:Engaging
Voice Quality:Warm
  

About me:

Andrew can be seen as a series regular 'Rupert Parker' in MISS SCARLET AND THE DUKE on Alibi UKTV and PBS Masterpiece. He can also be seen as 'Ezra Spurnrose' in Season 1 of CARNIVAL ROW on Amazon prime video and has just finished filming Season 2 of CARNIVAL ROW.

He recently produced and starred as 'Tommy Quickly' in his short film HUMPTY FU*KING DUMPTY: https://vimeo.com/335103257

Television Film Stage Short Film Rehearsed Reading Radio
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Television
2020, Television, Ezra Spurnrose, Carnival Row (S2), Amazon Studios, Andy Goddard/Thor Freudenthal/Julian Holmes
2019, Television, Rupert Parker, Miss Scarlet and the Duke, A and E Networks, Declan O'Dwyer
2019, Television, James Hadfield, Poldark, Mammoth Screen, Sallie Aprahamian
2018, Television, Ezra Spurnrose, Carnival Row (S1), Amazon Studios, Jon Amiel / Andy Goddard / Anna Foerster
2017, Television, Rob, Black Mirror, Netflix, John Hillcoat
2017, Television, Charles, Outlander (Season 2 & 3), Tall Ship Productions / Starz, Various Directors
2015, Television, Mark, Capital, Kudos / BBC, Euros Lyn
2015, Television, DC Jared Ansell, Black Work, Mammoth Screen, Michael Samuels
2014, Television, Gilbert, The Village (Series 2), BBC, Various Directors
2015, Television, Caligula, A.D The Bible Continues, Lightworkers Media / NBC, Brian Kelly, Rob Evans
2014, Television, Nicholas Myers, Endeavour II, Mammoth Screen, Geoffrey Sax
2013, Television, Lord Strange, The White Queen, Company Pictures/Czar Television for BBC, Colin Teague
2012, Television, Sherlock Holmes/David Kingsley, The Murdoch Mysteries, Alibi for CBC, Don McCutcheon
2012, Television, Assasin, The Borgias III, LB Television, Kari Skogland
2012, Television, Jake, Misfits IV, Quite Funny Films for E4, Jonathan Van Tulleken
2012, Television, Dr Andrew Mullery (series reg), Monroe II, Mammoth Screen for ITV, Damon Thomas
2011, Television, Cutler (series reg), Being Human IV, Touchpaper Television, Phil John & Daniel O'Hara
2011, Television, Victor Frankenstein, Frankenstein's Wedding, BBC Television, Colin Teague
2010, Television, Dr Andrew Mullery (series reg), Monroe, Mammoth Screen for ITV, Paul McGuigan & David Moore
Film
2018, Film, Ben Taylor, Running Naked, NOW Films, Victor Buhler
2013, Film, Jimmy, Rosewater, Scott Rudin Productions, Jon Stewart
Stage
2016, Stage, Winston Smith, 1984 (West end), Sonia Friedman Productions, Robert Icke
2012, Stage, Seiffert, The Conquest of the South Pole, Arcola Theatre, Stephen Unwin
2010, Stage, First Time Voters, Bush Theatre/Nabokov, Various Directors
2010, Stage, Charlie/Jamie, Terror Tales - You Can Do it & In For The Kill, Hampstead Theatre, Vicky Jones
2010, Stage, Dan, After The Fall, Oxford School Of Drama, George Peck
Short Film
2019, Short Film, Tommy Quickly, Humpty Fu*king Dumpty, Jane & Joan Films, Stephen Walters
2019, Short Film, Man, Ark, Heavy Soul Films, Barney Douglas
2012, Short Film, Andrew, Out of Darkness, Mango Films, Manjender Virk
Rehearsed Reading
2018, Rehearsed Reading, David Stanhope, Man Hours, Royal Court, Lucy Morrison
2013, Rehearsed Reading, Tony Blair, Solid Air, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Mike Bradwell
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Mitch, Ok Tata Bye Bye, Royal Court Theatre, Lindsey Turner
2012, Rehearsed Reading, Elijah, Weiss, Liverpool Playhouse, Steven Atkinson
Radio
2019, Radio, Luke, Tracks, BBC Cymru Wales, James Robinson
2012, Radio, Lupin, The Diary of a Nobody, Woolyback Productions, Sally Harrison
2018, Radio, Lupen, Dark Visions: Speak, BBC Cymru Wales, James Robinson

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-New York, American-Standard, Australian, Birmingham, Cheshire*, Cockney, Dublin, Geordie, Liverpool, Manchester, RP, Scottish-Standard, Welsh-Standard, West Country, Yorkshire
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballad*, Choreography, Contemporary Dance, Folk Singing*, Jazz Singing*, Period Dancing, Rock Singing*, Tenor*
Performance:Outdoor Performances, Singer-Professional
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Athletics, Fencing, Football*, Golf, Horse-riding, Running, Stage Combat*, Swimming, Tennis, Yoga

Training:

Oxford School of Drama 2010

Winner of the Spotlight Prize 2010