PIP TORRENS by Ruth Crafer
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40 Whitfield Street, London W1T 2RH
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E-mail: casting@independenttalent.com
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Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:6'1" (185cm)
Playing Age:51 - 60 years
Eye Colour:Green
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Short


Television Film Stage
2016, Television, Cassel, Versailles - Series II, Canal +, Various
2015, Television, Lascelles, The Crown (series), Left Bank Pictures, Stephen Daldry +
2015, Television, Cary Warleggan, POLDARK Series II, Mammoth Screen, Various
2015, Television, Rev Cranbourne, Hetty Feather, BBC, Chloe Thomas
2015, Television, Captain Jeremy Ford, Midsomer Murders, Bentley Productions, Renny Rye
2015, Television, Bagration, War & Peace, BBC/Weinstein Co, Tom Harper
2014, Television, Cassel, Versailles, Canal +, Christoph Schrewe
2014, Television, Cary Warleggan, Poldark (series), BBC/Mammoth, Ed Bazalgette
2014, Television, Sir Nicholas Kendall, Grantchester, Lovely Day/ITV, Harry Bradbeer
2014, Television, Lawrence, Up The Women, BBC, Christine Gernon
2013, Television, Eric Welsh, Heavy Water War, Headline Pictures/Norwegian Broadcast Company, Per-Olav Sorensen
2013, Television, Jock Calderon, The Worricker Trilogy - Salting the Battlefield, Carnival, David Hare
2013, Television, Judge Makin, Silk, BBC, Marc Jobst
2013, Television, Brigadier Phillips, Inspector George Gently, Company Pictures, Nick Renton
2013, Television, Eric Smallwood, Breathless, ITV, Paul Unwin
2013, Television, Esmond Rothermere, Fleming, Ecosse Films & TV, Mat Whitecross
2012, Television, Rev Kenneth Barnes, The Lady Vanishes, BBC, Diarmuid Lawrence
2012, Television, Philip Crane, Black Mirror - The Waldo Moment, Zeppotrone, Bryn Higgins
2012, Television, Jeremy Burnam, Yes, Prime Minister, BBC, Jonathan Lynn
2012, Television, Crispin, Spy, Hat Trick, John Henderson
2012, Television, Geoffrey Bennett, Father Brown, BBC, Dominic Keevey
2012, Television, Lord Piermont, Switch, Touchpaper, Tom Marshall
2012, Television, Mowbray, Henry VI Parts I & II, BBC, Richard Eyre
2011, Television, Mr Lerner, One Night, BBC Television, David Evans
2011, Television, Heinz, Hustle, Kudos, Alrick Riley
2011, Television, Armitage, Outnumbered, Hat Trick, Guy Jenkin & Andy Hamilton
2011, Television, Philip Nevins, Law & Order, Kudos, Marisol Adler
2010, Television, Judge Makin, Silk, BBC Television, Michael Offer
2010, Television, Arbuthnot, Homeland, Daybreak Pictures, Peter Kosminsky
2009, Television, Fergal Jenner, Midsomer Murders - Blood on the Saddle, Bentley Productions, Richard Holthouse
2009, Television, Peter Moncrieff, Heartbeat - final episode, Roger Bamford
2009, Television, Edward, Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Tiger Aspect, Owen Harris
2008, Television, DC Donald Fraser, Collision, Greenlit Productions, Marc Evans
2008, Television, Mr Higginson, U Be Dead, Darlow Smithson, Jamie Payne
2008, Television, DI John Brenman, Wire In The Blood, Coastal, Richard Curzon-Smith
2007, Television, Edward Austen Knight, Miss Austen Regrets, BBC, Jeremy Lovering
2007, Television, Richard Tate, Silent Witness, BBC, Bruce Goodison
2007, Television, Turovich, The Bill, Talkback Thames, Matt Bloom
2007, Television, Hubert Bryce Jones, The Chase, Rollem Productions, Ian Bevitt
2007, Television, Frances Graham Harrison, Wolfenden, Lion TV, Richard Curson Smith
2006, Television, Colonel Hampton, The Mark of Cain, Granada, Marc Munden
2006, Television, Dr Gale, Bad Mother's Handbook, Ruby TV, Robin Sheppard
2006, Television, Rowcastle, Dr Who, BBC, Charlie Palmer
2006, Television, Malcolm Croft, Lewis, Granada, Dan Reed
2006, Television, Andrew Hamill, Rebus, SMG, Roger Gartland
2006, Television, Charles Lee, Spooks, Kudos, Julian Simpson
2006, Television, Mervyn Griffith-Jones, The Chatterley Affair, BBC, James Hawes
2006, Television, Olympius, The Rise and Fall of Rome, BBC, Arif Nurmohamed
2006, Television, Colin Wratten, Waking The Dead, BBC, Tim Fywell
2005, Television, Colin Kavanagh/Sam French, Broken News, BBC Television, John Morton
2005, Television, Flood, Class of '76, Zenith, Ashley Pearce
2005, Television, Marshall Saundby, Dresden, Team Works, Rowland Richter
2005, Television, Neurosurgeon, Green Wing, Talkback, Dominic Brigstocke & Victoria Pile
2005, Television, Noel Coward, Ian Fleming - A Life In Film, Wall to Wall, John Alexander
2005, Television, Michael Caplan, Pinochet's Progress, Tiger Aspect, Richard Cuson-Smith
2005, Television, Jeremy Colade, Poirot, Granada, Andy Wilson
2005, Television, Cimber, Rome, HBO, Allen Coulter
2005, Television, Captain Boyden, The Last Detective, Granada Television, David Tucker
2005, Television, Paul Kessler, The Path To 9/11, ABC, David L Cunningham
2004, Television, Sir John Scarlett, David Kelly, Mentorn, Peter Kosminsky
2004, Television, D.I. Warmsley, Messiah III, Messiah Films, David Drury
2004, Television, Noel Coward, Miss Marple "4.50 from Paddington", London Weekend Television, Andy Wilson
2004, Television, Mailer, Missing, Scottish Media, Ian Madden
2004, Television, George, My Dad's The Prime Minister, BBC Television, Juliet May
2004, Television, Dr Templar, No Angels, Channel 4, Harry Bradbeer
2004, Television, Rosemary and Thyme, Carnival Films, Simon Langton
2004, Television, Les Branton, The Commander II & III, La Plante Productions, Charles Beeson
2004, Television, Mr Fletcher, The Rotters Club, Company Pictures, Tony Smith
2003, Television, Charles Hart, Charles II, BBC Television, Joe Wright
2003, Television, Richard Neilson, Gifted, Yorkshire Television, Douglas MacKinnon
2003, Television, Tim Garvey, Red Cap, Stormy Pictures, Justin Chadwick
2003, Television, DCS Richard Lawson, Trial & Retribution VII, La Plante Productions, Charles Beeson
2003, Television, Peter Shears, Where The Heart Is, Meridian, Moira Armstrong
2003, Television, Harrison, Wire In The Blood, Coastal, Terry McDonagh
2002, Television, Charles Darwin, Annie's Box, Tiger Aspect, James Runcie
2002, Television, Mr Brondby, At Home With The Braithwaites, Granada Television, Jamie Payne
2002, Television, Squadron Leader Rex Ballard, Dead Gorgeous, Carlton Television, Sarah Harding
2002, Television, Frank, Second Nature, TNT, Ben Bolt
2002, Television, Cosimo Medici, The Medici Project, Lion Television, Justin Hardy
2002, Television, Anthony, The Project, BBC Television, Peter Kosminsky
2002, Television, Mr Copperfield, TLC, BBC Television, Geoff Posner
2001, Television, Mclroy, Shackleton, Channel 4, Charles Sturridge
2001, Television, Dr Hanford, Ted & Alice, Granada Television, Stephen Bendlack
2000, Television, Colonel Kirke, Lorna Doone, BBC Television, Mike Barker
2000, Television, Mark Spencer, Office Gossip, BBC Television, Christine Gersan
2000, Television, Simon Morton, Sunday, Box TV, Charles McDougall
2000, Television, Mark Pattison, The Infinite Worlds, Hallmark, Robert Young
2000, Television, Philip Amis, The Whistle Blower, BBC Television, Ben Bolt
1999, Television, Big Bad World, Carlton Television, Piers Haggard
1999, Television, Capt Lindsay, Longitude, Granada Television, C.Sturridge
1999, Television, Peak Practice, Carlton Television, Roger Gartland
1998, Television, Bad Blood, Carlton Television, Tim Fywell
1998, Television, Pure Wickedness, BBC Television, Harry Hook
1998, Television, Trust, Red Rooster, David Drury
2015, Feature Film, Dr Hexler, The Danish Girl, Working Title, Tom Hooper
2014, Feature Film, Star Wars - Episode VII, Lucasfilm, JJ Abrams
2013, Feature Film, Rankin, Gemma Bovery, [email protected], Ruby Films, Anne Fontaine
2013, Feature Film, Graham, Kids In Love, Ealing Studios, Chris Foggin
2011, Feature Film, George, The Scapegoat, Island Pictures, Charles Sturridge
2011, Feature Film, Times Journalist, Effie, Sovereign Films, Richard Laxton
2011, Feature Film, Prince Shcherbatsky, Anna Karenina, Working Title, Joe Wright
2011, Feature Film, Johnson, Gambit, CBS Films, Michael Hoffman
2011, Feature Film, Ian Gilmour, The Iron Lady, Twentieth Century Fox, Phyllida Lloyd
2010, Feature Film, Major Tompkins, War Horse, Amblin Entertainment, Steven Spielberg
2010, Feature Film, Sir Kenneth Clark, My Week With Marilyn, Weinstein Company, Simon Curtis
2010, Feature Film, Paul, Bel Ami, Redwave Films, Declan Donnellan & Ben Ormerod
2009, Feature Film, No Ordinary Trifle, Eyeline Entertainment, James Hacking
2009, Feature Film, Heathcote Parker, St Trinians's II, Ealing Studios, Oliver Parker/Barnaby Thompson
2008, Feature Film, Victor, Dorian Gray, Ealing Studios, Oliver Parker
2008, Feature Film, Lord Hurst, Easy Virtue, Ealing Studios, Stephan Elliott
2006, Feature Film, Army Liaison Officer Cobb, The Flood, Power, Tony Mitchell
2006, Feature Film, Lt. Col. Hampton, The Mark of Cain, Granada, Marc Munden
Feature Film, Valiant, Lofty (voice over), Gary Chapman
Feature Film, Pride and Prejudice, Joe Wright
Feature Film, All The Queen's Men, Stefan Ruzowitsky
Feature Film, To End All Wars, David Cunningham
Feature Film, Rogue Trader, James Dearden
Feature Film, Tomorrow Never Dies, EON, Roger Spottiswoode
Feature Film, The Remains of the Day, James Ivory
Feature Film, Patriot Games, Philip Noyce
Feature Film, Eminent Domain, John Irvin
Feature Film, Object of Beauty, Michael Lindsay Hogg
Feature Film, How To Get Ahead in Advertising, Bruce Robinson
Feature Film, A Handful of Dust, Charles Sturridge
Feature Film, Little Dorrit, Christine Edzard
Feature Film, Lady Jane, Trevor Nunn
Feature Film, Oxford Blues, Robert Boris
2011, Stage, One man show, The Tell Tale Heart, Bath Literary Festival, James Runcie
2001, Stage, Oscar Moore, Pwa-The Diaries Of Oscar Moore, Drill Hall, Malcolm Sutherland
1996, Stage, Henry Lamb, Stanley, Royal National Theatre, John Caird
1995, Stage, Nigel Childs, Absolute Hell, Royal National Theatre, Anthony Page
Stage, Guy Bennett, Another Country, Queen's Theatre, Stuart Burge


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