HARRY DITSON

HARRY DITSON by L. Davinci
Photo: L. Davinci
Jean Diamond
DIAMOND MANAGEMENT
31 Percy Street, London W1T 2DD
Phone: 020-7631 0400
Fax: 020-7631 0500
E-mail: agents@diman.co.uk
WWW: www.diamondmanagement.co.uk
SUE TERRY VOICES
4th Floor, 35 Great Marlborough Street, London W1F 7JF
Phone: 020-7434 2040
Fax: 020-7434 2042
E-mail: sue@sueterryvoices.com
WWW: www.sueterryvoices.com
Location:
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:6' (182cm)
Playing Age:65 - 80 years
Appearance:Eastern European, Mediterranean, White
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:White
Hair Length:Short
  

Credits:

Television Stage Film
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Television
2009, Television, Senator George Mitchell, Mo, Channel 4, Philip Martin
2009, Television, Man from the Navy League, Gracie!, BBC, Brian Percival
2005, Television, Frank Adelman, Archangel, BBC, Jon Jones
Television, Judge Garland Collector, The Bone Trade, John Dryden
Television, Harry Schumpet, Cold Lazarus (2 eps), BBC
Television, Earl P. Neck, Cold Comfort Farm, BBC, John Schlesinger
Television, Slingsby, Jeeves and Wooster, Carnival Films
Television, David Say, Hostages, HBO, David Wheatley
Television, Simon Vavasseur, Inspector Morse, Zenith Entertainment
Television, Tom Neill, Don't Leave Me This Way, BBC, Stuart Orme
Television, General, Rumik World: Za Chojo, Kazuyoshi Katayama
Television, Edgar (regular), Executive Stress, Thames Television, Various
2009, Television, Navy League Man, Gracie!, Brian Percival
Stage
2015, Stage, Henry Moss, The Late Henry Moss, Southwark Playhouse, Mel Hillyard
2012, Stage, The Magician, Everything Else Happened, Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh, Adam Lenson
Stage, Porgy and Bess, Savoy Theatre, Trevor Nunn
Stage, Axel, The Nerd, Aldwych, Mike Ockrent
Stage, Lee, True West, Tron, Glasgow, Paul Joyce
Stage, Lawrence Vail, Once in a Lifetime, RSC, Piccadilly Theatre, Trevor Nunn
Stage, Various, Piaf, RSC, Piccadilly Theatre, Howard Davies
Stage, Howard Ickies, Annie, Victoria Palace, Martin Charnin
Stage, Mason, Spine Chiller, Duke of Yorks
Stage, Felix, Play it Again Sam, Overground
Stage, Bernard, Feiffer's People, Overground
Stage, Mac, Lampost Reunion, Rock Garden, Paul Marcus
Stage, Malcolm, Little Malcolm, Birmingham
Stage, Faulkland, The Rivals, Birmingham
Stage, Lee, Claptrap, Boulevard
Stage, Towser, Catch 22, Leeds Playhouse, Michael Attenborough
Stage, Salerio, Merchant of Venice, Leeds Playhouse, Michael Attenborough
Stage, Various, Spoon River, Soho Poly
Stage, James, Tiger's Night, Theatre Upstairs, David Haliwell
Stage, Edgar, Jelly Baby, Theatre Upstairs, David Haliwell
Stage, Jim, The Connection, Hampstead Theatre, Michael Rudman
Stage, Santa Claus, Aretha, Playroom
Stage, Sheldrake, Sunset Boulevard, Adelphi Theatre, Trevor Nunn
Stage, Harry Edison, The Prisoner of Second Avenue, West End
Stage, Duck Variations & Squirrels, Gatehouse
Stage, Benchmark, New End Theatre, Michael Rudman
Stage, Captain Brackett, South Pacific, Birmingham Symphony Hall
Film
2014, Feature Film, Franks, The Woman in Gold, Origin Pictures, Simon Curtis
2014, Film, Forgotten Man, Anna Jancsó, Arran Shearing
2004, Film, Dr Moorhead, De-Lovely, MGM, Irwin Winkler
2003, Feature Film, It's All About Love, Nimbus Films, Thomas Vinterburg
Film, Elliot, The Tailor of Panama, Columbia Pictures, John Boorman
Feature Film, Captain Smith, The Legend Of The Pianist On The Ocean, Sciarlo Films, Guisseppe Tornatore
Film, IRS Man, Shooting Fish, Fox Searchlight Pictures, Stefan Schwartz
Feature Film, Whittier, Back in the U.S.S.R, JVC Entertainment, Deran Sarafian

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-California, American-Midwest, American-New England, American-New York*, American-Southern States, American-Standard, American-Western States, Canadian, Cockney, East European, French, French Canadian, Italian, Mexican, Polish, RP, Russian, Spanish