STUART BOWMAN by Michael Shelford
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12-26 Lexington Street, London W1F 0LE
Phone: 020-3214 0800
Fax: 020-3214 0801
Top Floor Foresters Hall, 25-27 Westow Street, Crystal Palace, London SE19 3RY
Phone: 020-3141 3737
Fax: 020-7025 0659
9220 Sunset Boulevard, Suite 225, Los Angeles, CA 90069
Phone: 001 310 786 8936
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'11" (180cm)
Weight:10st. 8lb. (67kg)
Playing Age:41 - 60 years
Eye Colour:Blue-Green
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Balding
Voice Character:Assured
Voice Quality:Strong


Currently appearing as Stephen Hunter-Dunn in Jed Mercurio’s ‘Bodyguard’ on BBC1

Television Stage Film Short Film Site Specific
2018, Television, Sholto, Lore, Amazon Prime, Christoph Schrewe
2017, Television, Sniper, Bad Move, Open Mike, Martin Dennis
2017, Television, Stephen Hunter-Dunn, Bodyguard, World Productions, Thomas Vincent/John Strickland
2017, Television, Bontemps, Versailles (Season 3), Canal+ / BBC2 / Netflix, Various Directors
2016, Television, Police Officer Tickles, The Increasingly Bad Decisions of Todd Margaret, IFC, Various Directors
2016, Television, Bontemps, Versailles (Season 2), Canal + / BBC2 / Netflix, Various Directors
2015, Television, Bontemps, Versailles, Canal+ / BBC2 / Netflix, Jalil Lespert
2014, Television, John Dow, Doctors, ITV, Jordan Hogg
2014, Television, Pat, Edge of Heaven, ITV, John Henderson
2014, Television, Neil, Suspects, Fremantle, John Hardwick
2014, Television, Bruno Lemaitre, The Musketeers, BBC, John Strickland
2012, Television, Steve, Case Histories, Ruby Films, Kenny Glenaan
2012, Television, Sergeant Thomson, Gary; Tank Commander (3 series), BBC Television, Noddy Davidson
2010, Television, Adam Turner, Taggart, Scottish Television, Bill Anderson
2009, Television, Graeme Taplow, Rab C Nesbitt, BBC Television
2009, Television, Monk, True Horror (Vlad the Impaler), Hardy Pictures, Ben Chanan
2009, Television, Peter Stubbe, True Horror (Werewolf), Hardy Pictures, Ben Chanan
2008, Television, Cllr. Crammond, Dear Green Place, Effingee Productions
2008, Television, Chan Donovan, Minder, Talkback Thames, David Innes-Edwards
2008, Television, Charlie Houston, River City, BBC Television
2008, Television, Ewan Brunton, Taggart, Scottish Television, Ian Madden
2006, Television, McQuillip, Kitchen, Ecosse Films, Kieron J. Walsh
2006, Television, Fat Pat, The Brussels, Channel 4, Misha Manson-Smith
2005, Television, P.C. Weir, The Golden Hour, I.T.V., Tim Leander
2003, Television, Journalist, The Deal, Channel 4, Stephen Frears
2001, Television, Jack, Holby City, BBC Television, Keith Boak
2015, Stage, Father, Hamlet Is Dead: No Gravity, Arcola, Andrea Ferrer
2013, Stage, Police Officer, Fleeto, Tumult In The Clouds, Paddy Cunneen
2013, Stage, Macduff, Macbeth, Shakespeare's Globe, Eve Best
2013, Stage, Surgeon, Wee Andy, Tumult In The Clouds, Paddy Cunneen
2012, Stage, The Chief, The Marriage of Figaro, Royal Lyceum Theatre Co., Edinburgh, Mark Thomson
2011, Stage, Porter, Pygmalion, Garrick Theatre, Philip Prowse
2011, Stage, Detective, Watching The Detective (nominated best actor, CATS 2012), Oran Mor/Traverse, Paddy Cuneen
2010, Stage, Captain Ripelski/Dracula, The Curse of The Demeter, Visible Fictions, Dougie Irvine
2009, Stage, Charlie, An Argument About Sex, Untitled Projects/Tramway/Traverse, Stewart Laing
2009, Stage, A, Lucky Box, Oran Mor/Traverse, Dominic Hill
2009, Stage, Captain Hook, Peter Pan, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh, Jemima Levick
2008, Stage, Daniel, Killing Brando, Oran Mor, Jemima Levick
2007, Stage, Jack Manning, A Conversation, Manchester Royal Exchange, Jacob Murray
2007, Stage, Constable of France, Henry V, Manchester Royal Exchange, Jonathan Munby
2004, Stage, Pony William, Knives In Hens, Manchester Royal Exchange, Jo Combes
2002, Stage, Ian, Blasted, Glasgow Citizens Theatre, Kenny Miller
2002, Stage, Ernest, The Importance Of Being Earnest, Glasgow Citizens Theatre, Giles Havergal
1998, Stage, Teddy, The Homecoming, Glasgow Citizens Theatre, Philip Prowse
1997, Stage, Brick, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, Dundee Repertory Theatre, Richard Baron
1995, Stage, Begbie, Trainspotting, Glasgow Citizen's Theatre, Harry Gibson
2014, Feature Film, Gordon Shaw, Slow West, See Saw Films, John Maclean
2014, Feature Film, Alec, Sunset Song, Hurricane Films, Terence Davies
2003, Feature Film, Boab, Young Adam, Recorded Pictures, David MacKenzie
1997, Feature Film, Mechanic, The Wisdom Of Crocodiles, Zenith North, Po Chih Leong
Short Film
2001, Short Film, Willis, The Dreamer, Sundance Films, Miguel Sapochnik
Site Specific
Site Specific, Captain Ripelski/Dracula, The Curse of The Demeter, Visible Fictions, Dougie Irvine


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
Aberdeen, American-California, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, Cockney, Dorset, Edinburgh*, Geordie, Glasgow, Highlands, Irish-Northern, Irish-Southern, Manchester, RP
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French, Spanish
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Contemporary Dance, Jazz Dancing, National Dancing, Tenor
Performance:Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Badminton*, Football*, Golf*, Rugby*, Tennis*
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence, Motorcycle Licence
Other Skills:Narration


Mountview Theatre School ('86-'88)