PETE ASHMORE by Harry Livingstone
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49 South Molton Street, Mayfair, London W1K 5LH
Phone: 020 7499 5548
Height:5'10" (177cm)
Weight:11st. (70kg)
Playing Age:30 - 38 years
Nationality:British, Irish
Eye Colour:Blue-Grey
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Authoritative
Voice Quality:Deep

About me:

Over Christmas, Pete appeared in A Christmas Carol at The Theatre By The Lake and prior to that in The Provoked Wife and Venice Preserved at the RSC.

Stage Television Further Credits
2019, Stage, Bob Cratchit, A Christmas Carol, Theatre by the Lake, Gemma Fairlie
2019, Stage, Theodore, Venice Preserved, RSC, Prasanna Puwanarajah
2019, Stage, Jo, The Provoked Wife, RSC, Phillip Breen
2018, Stage, Len/Sam, The Lovely Bones, Birmingham Rep, Melly Still
2018, Stage, Alan, The Dog Beneath the Skin, Jermyn Street Theatre, Jimmy Walters
2017, Stage, Mr Darling/Hook, Peter Pan, Mercury Theatre, Daniel Buckroyd & Matthew Cullum
2017, Stage, George, Treasure Island, Birmingham Rep, Phillip Breen
2016, Stage, Captain Bluntschli, ARMS AND THE MAN, Palace Theatre, Watford, Brigid Larmour
2016, Stage, Elyot, Private Lives, Mercury Theatre, Esther Richardson
2016, Stage, Ratty, The Wind in the Willows, Mercury Theatre, Matt Cullum
2015, Stage, Mr Tumnus, The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, Sherman Cymru, Rachel O'Riordan
2015, Stage, Grasshopper, James & The Giant Peach, Mercury Colchester, Matthew Cullum
2014, Stage, Captain/Kasim, Arabian Nights, Sherman Cymru, Rachel O'Riordan
2014, Stage, Charlie, The Itinerant Music Hall, Lyric Hammersmith, Jessica Edwards
2014, Stage, Knight/Nicolas, The Canterbury Tales, Watford Palace Theatre, James Williams
2013, Stage, Edmund, Mansfield Park, Theatre Royal Bury & No.1 Tour, Colin Blumenau
2013, Stage, Sam, Manchester Sound: The Massacre, Manchester Library Theatre, Paul Jepson
2013, Stage, Hamlet, Hamlet, US Tour, Ensemble
2012, Stage, Edmund, Mansfield Park, Theatre Royal Bury & No.1 Tour, Colin Blumenau
2011, Stage, Antigonus, The Winter's Tale, The Mercury Theatre, Sue Lefton
2011, Stage, Shere Khan/Sergeant Major, The Jungle Book, Lyric Theatre Belfast, Richard Croxford
2011, Stage, Rodolpho, A view from the bridge, Mercury Theatre, Janice Dunn
2010, Stage, Lysander, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Chris Monks
2010, Stage, Lord Cut Glass/Organ Morgan, Under Milk Wood, Mercury Theatre, Gari Jones
2009, Stage, Ensemble, Grimm Tales, Library Theatre, Rachel O'Riordan
2009, Stage, Malcolm, Macbeth, National Theatre Cottesloe, Carl Heap
2008, Stage, Steerforth, David Copperfield, Mercury Theatre, Giles Havergal
2008, Stage, Dave, Cutlery Wars, Soho Theatre, James Campbell
2007, Stage, Jamie, Public Property, Hampstead Theatre, Hanna Berrigan
2007, Stage, Samuel Whiskers, Jemima Puddle-Duck and her friends, Unicorn Theatre, Tony Graham
2007, Stage, King, The King of the Paprika Crisps, Unicorn Theatre, Hannah Pantin
2006, Stage, Philip Weatherby, Nothing, E59E59 Theatres Off Broadway, Philip Prowse
2006, Stage, James, Tom's Midnight Garden, Unicorn Theatre, Tony Graham
2005, Stage, Jake, House and Garden, Harrogate Theatre, Hannah Chissick
2004, Stage, Vernon, Vernon God Little (WINNER SCOTTISH CRITICS AWARD), Citizens Theatre, Kenny Miller
2004, Stage, Wilson, The Ruffian on the stair (WINNER SCOTTISH CRITICS AWARD), The Citizens, Vivien Reid
2004, Stage, Director, La Musica (WINNER SCOTTISH CRITICS AWARD), Citizens Theatre, Pete Ashmore
2004, Stage, The Nurse, The Lady Aoi (WINNER SCOTTISH CRITICS AWARD), Citizens Theatre, Candida Benson
2003, Stage, Philip Wetherby, Nothing, Citizens Theatre, Robert David Macdonald
2003, Stage, Tomski, The Queen of Spades, Citizens Theatre, Jon Pope
2003, Stage, Brabe, Venice Preserved, Citizens Theatre, Philip Prowse
2001, Stage, Nonni, One Snowy Night, Chichester Festival Theatre, Andy Brereton
2000, Stage, Ensemble, Improvisation Scotland, Tron Theatre, Ian Heggie
Television, DI Steve Mercer, Silent Witness, BBC Television, Nicholas Renton
Television, PC Paul Bluck, Holby City, BBC Television, David Innes Edwards
Television, Rob Landis, The Bill, TalkTalk, Reza Moradi
Further Credits
Film, Sir Edward, Sandition, Aura Films, Steven Dorrington
Film, Pilot, Powdered, Team Works, Eoghan Synnott
Film, James, First Days, Barclays, Steven Brown
Commercial, Pizza Boy, BAG, Pumpkin Film, Zurich, Stefanie Brand
Commercial, Kiss, Air Guitar, Kerrang TV, Mark Thorpe
Commercial, Hank, I Love This Movie, Yes Productions, Peter Davies
Commercial, Policeman, Introduce a friend, Sky, David Harrow
Voice Over, Sir Edward, Sanditon, BBC, Chris Brindle
Voice Over, Dave, Cutlery Wars, Soho Theatre Productions, James Campbell
Voice Over, Narrator, Tamming Tigers Audio, Tamming Tigers, Paul Higgins


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Belfast, Cockney, Dublin, Glasgow, Kent, Liverpool, London, RP*
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Banjo*, Bass-Baritone*, Folk Dancing, Folk Singing*, Guitar*, Mandolin, Violin*
Performance:Audio Books, Clown, Comedy Improv, Repertory, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Archery, Fencing, Ice Skating, Pool, Running, Sailing, Skiing, Stage Combat, Swimming*
Other Skills:Juggling


Royal Conservatoire of Scotland