ROBERT MOUNTFORD by Sigi Kilpatrick
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Studio 405, The Print Rooms, 164/180 Union Street, London SE1 0LH
Phone: 020-7831 9709
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:6' (182cm)
Weight:12st. 7lb. (79kg)
Playing Age:35 - 45 years
Appearance:Mixed Race, White, Asian, Mediterranean
Eye Colour:Brown
Hair Colour:Dark Brown
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Assured
Voice Quality:Warm


Robert is the guest lead in Holby City airing on the BBC on Christmas Eve 2019. He is currently playing Parolles in All's Well That Ends Well for GSC and Jermyn St Theatre(Oct/Nov2019) and will reprise his role 'Neil' in Alan Bennett's 'The Habit of Art' in 2020 (UK Tour with New York transfer) His solo show Vagabonds(2015-2019) sold out in London & Dublin '"A Comedian's timing and a Rock Star's charisma"(FestMag) and was nominated for Best Supporting Artist at the UK Theatre Awards in 2017 for his portrayal of Gerald in House and Garden (Newbury Watermill).

Stage Television Workshop Audio Short Film Radio
2020, Stage, Neil (Author), The Habit of Art, Original Theatre Company (UK Tour/New York), Phillip Franks
2019, Stage, Parolles, All's Well That Ends Well, GSC/Jermyn Street Theatre, Tom Littler
2019, Stage, Edward, The Omission of the Family Coleman, Theatre Royal Bath, Laurence Boswell
2019, Stage, Phil Lynott/Self, Vagabonds-My Phil Lynott Odyssey, Leviathan's Goat, Chris Larner
2018, Stage, Neil (Author), The Habit of Art, Original Theatre Company, Phillip Franks
2017, Stage, Nirjay, Bitched, Kali Theatre, Juliet Knight
2017, Stage, Jerry, Betrayal by Harold Pinter, Salisbury Playhouse, Jo Newman
2017, Stage, Giles, House & Garden, Newbury Watermill, Elizabeth Freestone
2017, Stage, Shyam, Anita And Me, Birmingham Rep/Touring Consortium, Roxana Silbert/Dan Bailey
2017, Stage, Phil Lynott/Self, Vagabonds - My Phil Lynott Odyssey, Leviathan's Goat, Chri Larner
2016, Stage, Colonel Tariq, The Dishonoured, Kali Theatre, Janet Steel
2016, Stage, Polixines, The Winter's Tale, Guildford Shakespeare Company, Caroline Devlin
2015, Stage, Phil Lynott/Self, Vagabonds - My Phil Lynott Odyssey, Leviathan's Goat, Chris Larner
2015, Stage, Macbeth, Macbeth, Tara Arts, Jatinder Verma
2012, Stage, Friar Francis, MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, RSC, Iqbal Khan
2012, Stage, Naresh/Red, Tagore's Women, Southwark Playhouse, Janet Steel/Elizabeth Freestone
2011, Stage, Oliver, As You Like It, Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre Chester, Nikolai Foster
2011, Stage, Mordred, Merlin and the Woods of TIme, Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre Chester, Alex Clifton
2010, Stage, Lord Shiva, Gandhi and Coconuts, Kali Theatre Company / UK Tour, Janet Steel
2010, Stage, Don Pedro, Much Ado About Nothing, Chester Grosvenor Park, Ed Dick
2010, Stage, Chorus, Hercules, Chester Grosvenor Park, Alex Clifton
2009, Stage, Chilli, THE BLACK ALBUM, Cottesloe Theatre, RNT and UK Tour, Jatinder Verma
2007, Stage, Prospero, The Tempest, UK Tour/Arts Theatre London, Jatinder Verma
2006, Stage, Horatio/Laertes, Hamlet, US Tour, Bruce Alexander
2006, Stage, Dr. Stockman, Enemy Of The People, Tara Arts - UK Tour, Jatinder Verma
2005, Stage, Bassanio, The Merchant of Venice, Tara Arts/UK Tour, Jatinder Verma
2003, Stage, Orlando, As You Like It, Sphinx, Sue Parish
2001, Stage, Solanio, Merchant of Venice, RSC (UK & World Tour), Loveday Ingram
2001, Stage, Maneer, East is East, Leicester Haymarket Theatre, Nona Shepherd
2000, Stage, Ulysses, Troilus & Cressida, RADA, Robin Midgley
1999, Stage, Septimus Hodge, Arcadia, RADA (Lyric Hammersmith), John Gardyne
1999, Stage, Ernst Robel, Spring Awakening, RADA, William Gaskill
2019, Television, Rajan Sinha, Holby City, BBC, Steve Brett
2018, Television, Geoffrey Buruma, QC, Holby City, BBC, David Innes Edwards
2015, Television, Jamal Jennings, Silent Witness, BBC, Craig Viveiros
2015, Television, Max Niven, Holby City, BBC, Nigel Douglas
2013, Television, Dr.Singh, Eastenders, BBC 1, Nigel Douglas
2011, Television, Mr Patel, One Night, BBC, David Evans
2007, Television, Various Roles, Michael Wood's Story of India, BBC Television
2007, Television, Solicitor, Torn, ITV, Sarah Harding
2004, Television, Arvind, Reverse Psycholgy (Afternoon Plays), BBC Television, Ian Barnes
2004, Television, Voxpops, According to Bex, BBC Television
2004, Television, Damien, Eastenders, BBC Television, Richard Platt
2003, Television, Adam Aziz, Doctors, BBC Television, Gloria Thomas
2003, Television, Khush Patel, Casualty, BBC Television, Ian White
2000, Television, Bobby, Always and Everyone, Granada Television, Peter Smith
2000, Television, Bob Shaw, London's Burning, London Weekend Television, Nigel Douglas
2000, Television, Hussein Ali (Regular), North Square, Channel 4 Television, Tim Fywell
2014, Workshop, Sir John Loveall, Amends for Ladies, Globe Theatre, James Wallace
2013, Workshop, Carion, Supposes, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Red Not Dead, James Wallace
2013, Workshop, Will, Pilgrims, Paines Plough, Tamara Harvey
2013, Workshop, Various, Wait Until Dark, National Theatre Studio, Elizabeth Freestone
2012, Workshop, Various, The Diggers (Workshop), Pentabus Theatre Company, Elizabeth Freestone
2011, Workshop, Tacitus, Lingua, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre - Red not Dead, James Wallace
2011, Workshop, Angus, Four Glaswegians and a Coffin, Kali Theatre Company, Janet Steel
2011, Workshop, Shekar, Border Lies, Kali Theatre Company, Elizabeth Freestone
2010, Workshop, Lord Shiva, GANDHI AND COCONUTS, Kali Theatre Company, Janet Steel
2009, Workshop, D' Orsigny, Moliere, RNT Studio, Blanche McIntyre
2009, Workshop, Ensemble, Old Wives Tale, RNT Studio, Mark Powell
2009, Workshop, The Actor, Love In A Time Of Barriers, Hasan Abdulrazzak
2010, Workshop, Brandenburg, Alphonsus, Emperor of Germany, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre - Red not Dead, Matt Smith
2014, Audio, Hamlet, Hamlet, Norton Shakespeare, United States, Gareth Armstrong
2014, Audio, Edgar, King Lear, Norton Shakespeare, United States, Gareth Armstrong
2014, Audio, Antipholus of Syracuse, Comedy of Erroes, Norton Shakespeare, United States, Gareth Armstrong
2014, Audio, Narrator, Nine Days, Calibre, N/A
2013, Audio, Narrator, Martyn Pig, Calibre, N/A
2012, Audio, Narrator, If, Calibre, N/A
2012, Audio, Narrator, Living With a Willy, Calibre, N/A
Short Film
2012, Short Film, Guest, Whispers, Tad too Far, Gordon Warnecke
2008, Short Film, Father, The Homecoming, Zak Hanif
2003, Short Film, Ashley Beck, Artificial Light, TAPS, Marcus DF White
2010, Radio, Raoul, The Cook and the Insurgent, BBC3 - Celebrating Sanctuary 2010, CJay Ranger


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-New York, American-Standard, Birmingham*, Black Country, Cockney, Essex, French, Indian, Irish RP, Irish-Southern, Italian, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Midlands-West*, Northern, RP*, Scottish-Standard, West Country, Yorkshire
(* = Native/Fluent)
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballroom Dancing, Baritone, Bass (singing), Period Dancing, Waltz
Performance:ADR-Additional Dialogue Recording, Audio Books, Audio Drama, Comedy, Live Roleplay, Outdoor Performances, Physical Theatre, Rope Work, Voice Over, Writer/Director - Comedy Fringe
(* = highly skilled)
Canoe, Cycling, Football, Horse-riding, Kayak, Stage Combat, Swimming
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Computer Literate, Devising, Drama Workshop Leader, Improvisation, Narration, Writer


RADA 3yr diploma 1997-2000

BASSC Certificate in stage fighting (Richard Ryan -RADA) Armed and Unarmed