CHRIS MCCALPHY

CHRIS MCCALPHY by Ruth Crafer
Photo: Ruth Crafer
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SHARON HENRY MANAGEMENT
80-81 St Martin's Lane, London WC2N 4AA
Phone: 020 3696 0010
E-mail: info@sharonhenry.co.uk
WWW: www.sharonhenry.co.uk
Location:London, United Kingdom
Height:6'4" (193cm)
Weight:17st. 6lb. (111kg)
Playing Age:45 - 62 years
Appearance:White
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Greying
Hair Length:Short
Voice Character:Sincere
Voice Quality:Warm

Credits:

Recently appeared as Dull in Loved Labours Lost and The Sexton in Much Ado About Nothing for Chichester and The RSC. The productions were at the Haymarket Theatre and finished on the 18th March 2017 also recently understudied Griff Rhys Jones in 'the Miser' at The Garrick

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Credits
2017, Stage, Understudy for Griff Rhys Jones, The Miser, Mark Goucher Productions, Sean Foley
2017, Stage, The Sexton, Much Ado About Nothing, RSC/Chichester Haymarket West End, Christopher Luscombe
2017, Stage, Understudied and played Dogberry, Much Ado About Nothing, RSC/Chichester Haymarket West End, Christopher Luscombe
2017, Stage, Anthony Dull, Loves Labours Lost, RSC/Chichester Haymarket West End, Christopher Luscombe
2015, Short Film, John, Reconcile, Rare Moustache, Stephen Whitson
2015, Commercial, Good Neighbour, Christmas commercial, TK Maxx
2014, Stage, Anthony Dull, Love's Labour's Lost, The RSC, Christopher Luscombe
2014, Stage, The Sexton, Love's Labour's Won (Much Ado About Nothing), The RSC, Christopher Luscombe
2014, Stage, Sergeant Yallop/Jurgen, The Christmas Truce, The RSC, Erica Whyman
2014, Stage, Old Bill, The Christmas Truce, The RSC, Erica Whyman
2014, Stage, John, Faster Higher Stronger Straighter, Scealta Mora, Whitney Mosery
2013, Stage, One Round, The Ladykillers West End, Fiery Angel Productions, Sean Foley
2013, Stage, One Round, The Ladykillers - Tour of UK and Ireland, Fiery Angel Productions, Sean Foley
2012, Stage, One Round (final week at The Gielgud), The Ladykillers, Fiery Angel - West End, Sean Foley
2012, Stage, Willis's servant, The Madness of George III, The Peter Hall Company/Theatre Royal Bath West End, Christopher Luscombe
2011, Stage, Sir George Baker (5 1/2 weeks of 14 week tour), The Madness of George III, The Peter Hall Company/Bath Theatre Royal, Christopher Luscombe
2011, Stage, Sir Boothby Skrymshir, The Madness of George II, The Peter Hall Company/Bath Theatre Royal, Christopher Luscombe
2011, Voice Over, Narrator, John James - The Man Who Gave to Bristol, Big Bang Productions, Clare Brook
2011, Voice Over, Narrator, Expanding Bristol, Centre Screen Productions, Laura Harris
2011, Rehearsed Reading, Frank Lawlor, Katie Roche by Angela Deevy, Charm Offensive Theatre Company, Helen Donnelly
2011, Stage, Understudy Roy Hudd, David Horowitz ,Vince Brimble, When we are married by JB Priestley, Garrick Theatre, West End, Nimax Productions, Christopher Luscombe
2010, Stage, Understudied and played The Rev Clement Mercer, When we are married by JB Priestley, Guildford Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Christopher Luscombe
2010, Stage, Sid, Enjoy by Alan Bennett, Bath Theatre Royal Productions, West End, Christopher Luscombe
2010, Television, Steve Wright, Five Daughters, BBC, Philippa Lowthorpe
2009, Television, Narration, Lauren Harries (six part series), PinkLemon Productions, Paul Llewellyn
2009, Stage, Sid, Enjoy by Alan Bennett, Bath Theatre Royal/Peter Hall Company, West End, Christopher Luscombe
2009, Voice Over, Landmark PLC Web Guide, Pink Lemon Productions, Paul Llewellyn
2008, Stage, Sid, Enjoy by Alan Bennett, Peter Hall Co./Bath Theatre Royal/National Tour, Christopher Luscombe
2008, Corporate, Peter Best, Colleague Circles Training Film, Somerfield, David Baumber
2008, Stage, Security Man, Single Spies by Alan Bennett, Bath Theatre Royal/National Tour, Christopher Luscombe
2008, Voice Over, Narration, The Last Giants (promo), Pumpkin Television, Mark Brownlow
2008, Voice Over, Narration, Cornish Seals, BBC 'Wild', Tuppence Stone
2008, Voice Over, Narration, Wild mountain Goats, BBC 'Wild', Rowan Musgrave
2007, Rehearsed Reading, David Gavin, After Ashley by Gina Gionfriddo, Open Plan Productions, James Bounds
2007, Stage, Understudy for Anthony Andrews, The Letter by Somerset Maugham, Bill Kenwright/West End, Alan Strachan
2007, Stage, Geoff Hammond, The Letter by Somerset Maugham, Bill Kenwright/West End, Alan Strachan
2007, Stage, U/S And Played Robert Crosbie, The Letter by Somerset Maugham, Bill Kenwright/West End, Alan Strachan
2007, Stage, Head G Man, You can't take it with you by George Kaufman and Moss Hart, Charm Offensive/Southwark Playhouse, Gavin McAlindon
2007, Voice Over, Narration, The Lifesize Zoetrope, Channel 4, Mark Simon Hewis
2006, Commercial, Morris Dancer, Central Capital, Happy Hour Productions, Tom George
2006, Stage, Jason, Pressure, Transparent Theatre, Jen Camillin
2006, Stage, Geoff Hammond, The Letter by Somerset Maugham, Bill Kenwright/National Tour, Alan Strachan
2006, Voice Over, Parrot, Chicken Run 2 (script development), Aardman Animations
2006, Voice Over, Rude night, BBC 4, John Das
2006, Voice Over, Voice Overs, World cup stories (5 Episodes), BBC 2, Tom Ware
2005, Television, Policeman, The Giblet Boys, ITV, David Skyner
2005, Voice Over, Alphonso, A mile in their shoes, BBC 1, Kimberley Littlemore
2005, Voice Over, The Buddha, Audio Presentation, Sound and Light Co. Exeter, James Lyon
2004, Television, Al Foster, Casualty, BBC Television, Nick Phillips
2003, Feature Film, W**ker Driver, Mouth to mouth, M2M Productions, Alison Murray
2001, Voice Over, Narration, Claws, The Natural World BBC2, Steve Nichols
2000, Voice Over, Radio Announcer, Impossible Journeys, The Natural World BBC2, Steve Nichols
2000, Voice Over, Narrator, Network counselling, Burning Gold, Steve Nichols
1999, Stage, Khokariov, The marriage by Nikolai Gogol, Theatre West, Arna Gunnarsdottir
1998, Stage, Ed, The International Stud by Harvey Fierstein, Theatre West, Fiona McClure
1997, Stage, Aegeus, Medea by Euripides, Not Without Cause, Emma Birt
1996, Radio, Mr Acoustic, Mr acoustic looks for love, Radio 4, Andrew Fusik Peters
1995, Radio, May The Angels Be With Us by Mark Fusek-Peters, Kaleidoscope Radio 4, Andrew Fusek-Peters

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
Bristol*, Irish-Southern, London, Northern, RP, Somerset*, West Country*
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French, Spanish
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Percussion, Tenor*
Performance:Comedy, Mask, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Climbing, Football, Horse-riding, Martial Arts, Pool, Rowing, Snooker, Swimming, Tai Chi, Yoga
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Drama Workshop Leader, Improvisation, Narration

Training:

Rose Bruford College (B.A Hons) Acting