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3rd Floor, 207 Regent Street, London W1B 3HH
Phone: 020-7307 5939
Fax: 020-7580 4729
Mobile: 07727 037627
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Location:London / Newquay, United Kingdom
Height:5'8" (172cm)
Weight:11st. 5lb. (72kg)
Playing Age:26 - 35 years
Eye Colour:Green
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Natural
Voice Quality:Warm


Press includes: "Riveting performances... Warren coiled up into the tightest clench - like watching the Kray Twins channeling Laurel and Hardy." THE GUARDIAN. Benjamin Warren is excellent" THE INDEPENDENT "There are some fine performances here, most notably from Benjamin Warren..." THE GUARDIAN - more press below...

2015, Commercial, Dad, Plenty / OK / Zuwa Paper Towels (SCA), Blink, Tim James Brown
2014, Television Movie, Marc, Pulse, Terry Iland
2013, Film, Jonny, Frank, Infinity, Merv Lewis
2012, Stage, Ben, The Dumb Waiter, Bike Shed Theatre, David Lockwood
2011, Film, Colin, Fractions of Hell, Dark Matter, Elom Bell
2011, Stage, Willi Hilfe, Ministry of Fear, Theatre Alibi, Exeter Northcott / Oxford Playhouse, Nikki Sved
2011, Film, Finn, He's Got His Own Reactor, Mercon, Paul Welton
2010, Film, Mark, You Never Called, iVisualize, Jamie McDine
2009, Stage, Stephen, Spies, Oxford Playhouse/Theatre Alibi/National Tour, Nikki Sved
2008, Stage, Tony, Abigail's Party, Perth Rep/UK Tour, Michael Cabot
2007, Stage, Paolo, Caught, Theatre Alibi, National Tour, Nikki Sved
2006, Stage, Fly Pie, World Premiere of Baby & Fly Pie, Royal Exchange Manchester, Iqbal Khan
2006, Stage, The Prince, The Double Inconstancy, Wales Millennium Centre/National Tour, Michael Cabot
2005, Television, Tim, Down To Earth, BBC ONE, Terry ILand
2005, Stage, Hansel, Hansel & Gretel, (Modern Adaption), Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds, Colin Blumenau
2009, Film, George, The Jigsaw, Two-Hander with Susannah York, Adam Etheridge
2005, Stage, Mick, The Caretaker, Buxton Opera House/National Tour, Michael Cabot
2004, Stage, Daniel, Why The Whales Came, West End (Harold Pinter Theatre), Nikki Sved & Greg Banks
2004, Stage, Gaveston, Edward II, National Theatre Studio, Kerry Michael
2005, Television, Thomas, Mystery!, CiTV
2003, Stage, Sloane, Entertaining Mr Sloane, Pleasance London/National Tour, Michael Cabot
2003, Stage, Daniel, Why The Whales Comes, Theatre Royal Plymouth/Theatre Alibi/National Tour, Greg Banks/Nikki Sved
2004, Television, Agrippa, Antony and Cleopatra (Scenes), Channel 4
2003, Television, Daniel, Crimewatch UK, BBC Television
2002, Stage, John, Just So, Polka Theatre, Greg Banks
2002, Radio, Chorister, Forty Years On, BBC Radio 4, Colin Sell
2002, Stage, Melvyn, Sisterely Feelings, Lakeside Theatre, Richard Palmer
2001, Stage, Peaseblossom/Starvling, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Lakeside Theatre, Richard Palmer


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
Bristol, Cockney, Cornwall, Devon*, English-Standard*, Estuary English, Kent, London, RP*, West Country*, Yorkshire
(* = Native/Fluent)
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballad, Contemporary Dance, Period Dancing, Tenor
Performance:ADR-Additional Dialogue Recording, Commedia Dell'Arte, Mask, Outdoor Performances, Physical Theatre, Story Telling, Voice Over
(* = highly skilled)
Cricket*, Golf*, Horse-riding, Rugby, Running*, Scuba Diving, Skiing*, Stage Combat, Swimming*, Tennis
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Alexander Technique, Improvisation, Mime, Narration, Pilates, Puppetry, Story Telling


Trained at East 15 Acting School, 3 year (BA)


Benjamin Warren is excellent" THE INDEPENDENT

"There are some fine performances here, most notably from Benjamin Warren..." THE GUARDIAN

"Real warmth is evoked by Warren" THE TIMES

"A riveting performance from Benjamin Warren... it's like watching the Kray Twins channelling Laurel and Hardy" THE GUARDIAN

"…and especially Benjamin Warren's Stephen, perplexed and terrified into fatal silence, are excellent studies of variously trapped victims." THE TIMES

"...Benjamin Warren is equally fine... an intense performance... a rare and blessed production." THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

"Warren speaks volumes by merely flicking an eyelid ...Scrupulous in every detail" REMOTE GOAT

"Benjamin Warren is excellent... The comic timing is superb with Warren playing the strong tightly coiled Ben" WHAT'S ON STAGE

"Warren gives us in Mick a fast-talking entrepreneur... uncanny, unrelenting & grimly humorous... captivating stuff" EDINBURGH GUIDE

Quotes from press for Baby & Fly Pie (Royal Exchange), Why The Whales Came (West End), Ministry of Fear (Exeter Northcott/National Tour), The Dumb Waiter (Bike Shed), Spies (Oxford Playhouse/National Tour), The Caretaker (National Tour).

Benjamin founded The Actors' Guild of Great Britain: