COLIN HURLEY

COLIN HURLEY by Walter Mcbride
Photo: Walter Mcbride
James Foster
JAMES FOSTER LTD
G33 Waterfront Studios, 1 Dock Road, London E16 1AG
Phone: 020-7434 0398
Mobile: 07590 294938
E-mail: info@jamesfosterltd.co.uk
WWW: www.jamesfosterltd.co.uk
Location:
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'7" (170cm)
Weight:12st. 5lb. (78kg)
Playing Age:46 - 55 years
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Shaved
Facial Hair:Beard
Voice Quality:Gentle
  

Credits:

Stage Television Film Short Film Site Specific
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Stage
2018, Stage, Touchstone, AS YOU LIKE IT, Shakespeare's Globe, Federay Holmes & Elle While
2018, Stage, Ghost, HAMLET, Shakespeare's Globe, Federay Holmes & Elle While
2018, Stage, Metastasio, FARINELLI AND THE KING, Belasco Theatre New York, John Dove
2017, Stage, Metastasio, FARINELLI AND THE KING, Belasco Theatre New York, John Dove
2016, Stage, Man in Audience/Teacher/Man in Bath, DREAMPLAY, Baz Productions, Sarah Bedi
2016, Stage, Stephano, THE TEMPEST, Norwich Festival, William Galinsky
2015, Stage, Metastasio, FARINELLI AND THE KING, The Globe Theatre & Sonia Friedman Productions, John Dove
2014, Stage, Sir Toby Belch, TWELFTH NIGHT, Belasco Theatre New York, Tim Carroll
2014, Stage, King Edward, RICHARD III, Belasco Theatre New York, Tim Carroll
2012, Stage, Sir Toby Belch, Twelfth Night, Shakespeare's Globe, Tim Carroll
2012, Stage, King Edward, Richard III, Shakespeare's Globe, Tim Carroll
2012, Stage, Cardinal Wolsey/Henry Barrow, ANNE BOLEYN, English Touring Theatre, John Dove
2011, Stage, Percy, ONE SNOWY NIGHT, Slot Machine/James Seabright, Blackman, Tigg, Creese
2011, Stage, Wolsey, ANNE BOLEYN, Shakespeare's Globe, John Dove
2011, Stage, Lavatch, ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, Shakespeare's Globe, John Dove
2011, Stage, Polonius, HAMLET, The Factory, Tim Carroll
2011, Stage, Sorin, THE SEAGULL, The Factory, Tim Carroll
2010, Stage, Wolsey, ANNE BOLEYN, Shakespeare's Globe, John Dove
2010, Stage, Cranmer, HENRY VIII, Shakespeare's Globe, Mark Rosenblatt
2010, Stage, Policeman/Sergeant, BOILING FROGS, The Factory, Alex Hassell
2009, Stage, Brother, THE SEAGULL, The Factory, Tim Carroll
2009, Stage, Various, 50/50, The Factory/Hampstead Theatre, Alex Hassell
2009, Stage, Friar Laurence, Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare's Globe, Bill Buckhurst
2008, Stage, Frank Strang, Equus, Theatre Royal Bath and tour, Rachel Russell
2008, Stage, Polonius, Hamlet, The Factory, Tim Carroll
2007, Stage, Shakespeare, I Am Shakespeare, Chichester and Tour, Mathew Warchus
2007, Stage, Louis VI, In Extremis, Shakespeare's Globe Revival, John Dove
2007, Stage, Dogberry and Friar, Much Ado About Nothing, Shakespeare's Globe, Jo Howarth
2006, Stage, Louis VI, In Extremis, Shakespeare's Globe
2005, Stage, Lucio, Measure For Measure, Shakespeare's Globe USA Tour, John Dove
2005, Stage, Thersites, Troilus And Cressida, Shakespeare's Globe, Giles Block
2005, Stage, Autolycus, Winter's Tale, Shakespeare's Globe, John Dove
2004, Stage, David Ree, Here's What I Did With My Body, The Pleasance, Andy Lavender
2004, Stage, Lucio, Measure For Measure, Shakespeare Globe, John Dove
2003, Stage, The Actor, The Woman in Black, Fortune Theatre, Robin Herford
2002, Stage, Antonio, Twelfth Night, Shakespeare's Globe, Tim Carroll
2002, Stage, Clytus, The Golden Ass, Shakespeare's Globe, Tim Carroll
2001, Stage, Andrey, Three Sisters Two, Richmond Orange Tree Theatre, Auriol Smith
2001, Stage, Weird Sister, Macbeth, Shakespeare's Globe, Tim Caroll
Stage, Ulysses, Troilus and Cressida, Royal Shakespeare Company, Michael Boyd
Stage, Herr Schaaf, A Month in the Country, Royal Shakespeare Company, Michael Attenborough
Stage, Sergei, Remember This, Royal National Theatre, Ron Daniels
Stage, Horatio, Hamlet, Royal Shakespeare Company, Mathew Warchus
Stage, Lord Byron, Camino Real, Royal Shakespeare Company, Steven Pimlott
Stage, Davidson, Mary Stuart, Royal National Theatre, Howard Davies
Stage, Richmond, Richard III, Royal National Theatre, Richard Eyre
Stage, The Gentleman, King Lear, Royal National Theatre, Deborah Warner
Stage, Midge, Wild Oats, Royal National Theatre, Jeremy Sams
Stage, The Husband, Good Personal of Sezchuan, Royal National Theatre, Deborah Warner
Stage, Chorus, The Oedipus Plays, Royal National Theatre, Peter Hall
Stage, Dennis, Loot, Hammersmith Lyric Theatre, Peter James
Stage, Albert, Sailor Beware, Hammersmith Lyric Theatre, Peter James
Stage, Gus, The Dumb Waiter, Salisbury Playhouse, Graham Berown
Stage, The Farrant Twins, Corpse!, English Speaking Theatre of Vienna, Marina Calderone
Stage, Deathshead/Konradi, Sunday's Children, Derby Playhouse, Annie Castledine
Stage, Ross/Porter, Macbeth, Newbury Watermill Theatre, Euan Smith
Stage, Dromio of Syracuse, Comedy of Errors, Bristol Old Vic, Phyllida Lloyd
Stage, Johnnie, Hello and Goodbye, Custard Factory, Clayton Buffoni
Stage, Henry V, Henry V, Theatr Clwyd, Chris Selby
Stage, The Black Prince, Edward III, Theatr Clwyd, Toby Robertson
Stage, Albert, Wotchit Sailor, Theatr Clwyd, Peter James
Stage, Lysander, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Ipswich Wolsey Theatre, Dick Tuckey
Stage, Pip, Great Expectations, Ipswich Wolsey Theatre, Dick Tuckey
Stage, Hamlet, Hamlet, Salisbury Playhouse, Karl Hibbert
Stage, Toby Lumpkin, She Stoops to Conquer, Salisbury Playhouse, Graham Callen
Stage, Nero, Britannicus, Salisbury Playhouse, David Horlock
Stage, Ariel, The Tempest, Chester Gateway, Phil Partridge
Stage, Tyresius, Antigone, Communicado, Rob Pickavance
Television
2018, Television, Barry (5 Eps), FLOWERS S2, Kudos for Channel 4, Will Sharpe
2016, Television, Barry (5 Eps), FLOWERS S1, Kudos for Channel 4, Will Sharpe
Television, The Gingerbread Man, The Gingerbread Man, Channel 4, David Wood
Television, David Copperfield, David Copperfield, BBC Television, Barry Letts
Television, The Chief, A. J. Quinn
Television, The Bill, Thames Television / ITV, A.J. Quinn / Chris Lovitt
Television, Peak Practise, Central Television, Paul Wroblewski
Television, Panorama: The Hutton Inquiry, BBC Television, Farren Blackburn
2002, Television, Glyn, Holby City, BBC Television, Simon Meyers
Television, Eastenders, BBC Television, Dermot Boyd
Television, Holby City, BBC, Simon Meyers
Film
Film, Henry V, Renaissance, Kenneth Brannagh
2010, Film, BLAKE, BLACK POND, BLACK POND PRODUCTIONS, WILL SHARPE/TOM KINGSLEY
Short Film
Short Film, Hero Hungry, Kira Zirawska
Short Film, The Trouble With Guns, Ben Putland
Site Specific
2016, Site Specific, Man in Audience/Teacher/Man in Bath, DREAMPLAY, Baz Productions, Sarah Bedi