Photo: Adam Hills
5 Martyr Road, Guildford, GU1 4LF
Phone: 07710 237144
49 Greek Street, London W1D 4EG
Phone: 020 7952 4361
Mobile: 07739 902784
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'8" (172cm)
Weight:10st. (64kg)
Playing Age:55 - 65 years
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Fair
Hair Length:Balding
Voice Character:Sympathetic

About me:

Stage Film Radio Short Film Television Voice Over Further Credits
2018, Stage, Leonid Gayev, THE CHERRY ORCHARD, Union Theatre, Phil Willmott
2017, Stage, Gonzalo, THE TEMPEST, Stafford Castle, Clare Prenton
2016, Stage, Dad, UNTOLD STORIES - HYMN & COCKTAIL STICKS, Watermill, Tom Attenborough
2016, Stage, Geoffrey, STEPPING OUT, Mill at Sonning, Sally Hughes
2015, Stage, Soskin, Treasure, Finborough Theatre, Alice Malin
2014, Stage, Lord Paul, Free as Air, Finborough Theatre, Stewart Nicholls
2013, Stage, Robert, Blue Orange, Contexture Theatre Ltd
2011, Stage, Squadron Leader Stiffy Allwright, Death By Fatal Murder, No 1 UK Tour, Ian Dickens
2010, Stage, Man, Cowardy Custard, Southwold and Aldeburgh Theatres, Anthony Falkingham
2009, Stage, Andrew Veitch, Crooked Wood, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford, Anthony Falkingham
2008, Stage, Uncle Clam, Uncle Zed, Nightclub Owner, Salad Days, Jill Freud and Company, Tony Falkingham
2007, Stage, Einstein, Arsenic and Old Lace, Jill Freud and Company, Tony Falkingham
2006, Stage, Brassett, Charley's Aunt, Jill Freud and Company, Tony Falkingham
2005, Stage, Hector Berlioz, Estelle's Pink Shoes, Jill Freud and Company, Tony Falkingham
2005, Stage, Charles, Seating Plan, Jill Freud and Company, Bill Cashmore
2004, Stage, John, Don't Look Now, Jill Freud and Company, Mark Simpson
2004, Stage, Far Darraig, The Quest of the Good People Far Darrig, Pavilion Theatre, Dunlaoghaire, Karen Hebden
1994, Stage, Hamlet, Dogg's Hamlet, Watford Palace, Roger Smith
1984, Stage, Simon Gascoigne, The Real Inspector Hound, Watford Palace, Roger Smith
1996, Stage, Algernon, Bulldog Drummond, Nuffield Theatre Southampton, Peter Woodward
1990, Stage, Herr Flick, 'Allo! 'Allo!, London Palladium, Peter Farago
1989, Stage, Ensemble, Cowardy Custard, Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford, Peter Symons
1977, Stage, Moth, Love's Labour's Lost, Bristol Old Vic, Richard Cottrell
1977, Stage, Ronnie Winslow, The Winslow Boy, Bristol Old Vic, Patrick Lo
1976, Stage, Taplow, The Browning Version, King's Head, Islington, Stewart Trotter
1982, Stage, Joey, In Praise of Love, King's Head, Islington, Stewart Trotter
1978, Stage, Peter Cratchit, A Christmas Carol, Birmingham Rep, Clive Perry
2013, Stage, Robert, Blue Orange, Contexture Theatre Ltd
1976, Stage, Lofty, Follow the Star, Chichester Festival Theatre, Wendy Toye
1975, Stage, Willhelm Muller, The Dame of Sark, Theatre Royal, Windsor, Hugh Goldie
1982, Stage, Daventry, Escapade, Theatre Royal, Windsor, Hugh Goldie
1983, Stage, Dickie Winslow, The Winslow Boy, Lyric, Hammersmith, Michael Rudman
1983, Stage, Kenneth, French Without Tears, Greenwich Theatre, Alan Strachan
1988, Stage, Marchbanks, Candida, Boulevard Theatre
2009, Feature Film, Rik Shaw, Punk Strut (In Production), Shortcut Films, Kevin Williams
2000, Feature Film, Bishop of London, St. Patrick: The Irish Legend, Celtic Films, Robert Hughes
1985, Feature Film, Major Lawrence, The Key to Rebecca, Carthago Films, David Hemmings
1973, Feature Film, Young Tony, England Made Me, Atlantic Productions, Peter Duffell
1970, Feature Film, Marcus Maudsley, The Go-Between, EMI, Joseph Losey
2007, Radio, Reader, Mamba! Mamba! (Sunday Miscellany), RTE, Dublin, Laurence Foster
2006, Radio, Edmund Burke, Gentlemen and Players, RTE, Dublin, Laurence Foster
2004, Radio, Reader, Memoirs of Hector Berlioz (Book of the Week), RTE, Dublin, Kate Minogue
2003, Radio, Algernon Moncrieff, The Importance of Being Earnest, RTE, Dublin, Laurence Foster
2003, Radio, Professor Sharpe, St John's Progress, RTE, Dublin, Laurence Foster
2000, Radio, Sancho Panza, Monsignor Quixote, BBC Radio 4, John Fawcett-Wilson
1980, Radio, Various, A Patriot for Me, BBC Radio 4, Jeremy Spencer
1980, Radio, Nugget, Equus, BBC Radio 4, John Tydeman
1981, Radio, Michael, I Do It Exceptionally Well, BBC Radio 4, John Tydeman
1982, Radio, Reader, Feydeau Monologues, BBC Radio 4, Glyn Dearman
Short Film
1988, Short Film, Justin Blake, The Birthday, 3D Pictures, Joe Pelissier
1984, Short Film, Charles Walker, Four on Four, Channel 4, Graeme Fowler
2014, Television, Dennis Thwaites, Toast of London, Objective Productions/Channel Four, Michael Cumming
2000, Television, Bellamy, The Intimate Review, Channel 4, Kevin Williams
2004, Television, Solicitor, Omagh, Tiger Aspect, Pete Travis
1995, Television, Ben, The Upper Hand, Central TV, Martin Shardlow
1986, Television, Lawrence, Prospects, Euston Films, Bernard Rose
1981, Television, Mark, My Father's House, Granada TV, Alan Grint
1983, Television, Ralph Rover, The Coral Island, Thames TV/ABC Australia, Ray Alchin/Peter Thomson
1980, Television, Peter, The Gate of Eden, Yorkshire TV, Simon Langton
1979, Television, Hugh Castallack, Penmarric, BBC, Tina Wakerell
1979, Television, Paul Graham, Park Ranger, Southern Television, Christopher McMaster
1979, Television, Geoffrey Charles, Poldark, BBC, Philip Dudley
1994, Television, Herr Flick, 'Allo! 'Allo!, BBC, David Croft
1975, Television, Steve Sefton, Hadleigh, Yorkshire TV, Colin Bennett
1971, Television, Apollo, Tom Brown's Schooldays, BBC, Gareth Davies
1977, Television, Edward Beverley, The Children of the New Forest, BBC, John Frankau/Barry Letts
1975, Television, Nicholas Tredwell, The Journal of Hugh Tredwell, Yorkshire TV
Voice Over
2008, Voice Over, Documentary Narrator, Pirates and Parrots, Environmental Investigation Agency
2007, Voice Over, Documentary Narrator, Save the Tigers, Environmental Investigation Agency
2006, Voice Over, Documentary Narrator, Logging in Indonesia, Environmental Investigation Agency
2000, Voice Over, Eurostar
1997, Voice Over, Lego
1997, Voice Over, Thompson Holidays
Further Credits
2018, Pantomime, Alderman Fitzwarren, DICK WHITTINGTON, Lighthouse Theatre Poole, Chris Jarvis
2017, Pantomime, Baron Hardup, CINDERELLA, Lighthouse Theatre, Poole, Peter Duncan
2016, Pantomime, Ugly Sister, CINDERELLA, Theatre Royal Winchester, Jamie Barry


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
Australian, Birmingham, Cockney, Devon, Dublin, German, Glasgow, London
(* = Native/Fluent)
French, Spanish
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Guitar*, Piano*, Tap*, Tenor*, Violin*
Performance:After Dinner Speaker, Audio Books, Comedy, Compere, Musical Comedy, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Cricket*, Gymnastics, Horse-riding*, Ice Skating*, RollerSkating*, Rowing*, Scuba Diving*, Skiing, Swimming*, Water Skiing
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Computer Literate, Narration, Unicycling