TREVOR JONES by Jennie Scott
Photo: Jennie Scott
31 Percy Street, London W1T 2DD
Phone: 020-7631 0400
Fax: 020-7631 0500
Height:5'9" (175cm)
Weight:12st. (76kg)
Playing Age:56 - 65 years
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Blond(e)
Hair Length:Short
Facial Hair:Goatee
Voice Quality:Melodious
Voice Character:Natural

About me:

Stage Television Film Short Film
2015, Stage, Duncton Wood, Michael Strassen
2014, Stage, Roland, Taking Steps, Graham Paultney
Stage, Kapellmeister Giuseppe Bonno, Amadeus, Chichester Festival Theatre, Jonathan Church
Stage, Doctor Death, The Government Inspector, Chichester Festival Theatre, Martin Duncan
Stage, Mr Crump, How To Suceed In Business, Chichester Festival Theatre, Martin Duncan
Stage, Oh, What A Lovely War!, Derby Playhouse, Stephen Edwards
Stage, Emperor, Aladdin, Brighton Theatre Royal, Kevin Wood
Stage, Dionysus, The Frogs, National Tour, Ted Craig
Stage, Bill, Cancer, Royal Court, Peter Gill
Stage, Dinner With The Borgias, Croydon Warehouse, Ted Craig
Stage, Various Roles, Elegies for Angels, Punks and Raging Queens, Komeida Theatre, Fenton Gray
Stage, Dr Van Helsing, Dracula, Canizaro Park, Steven Wisker
Stage, Loot, Edinburgh, Leslie Lawton
Stage, Bill Wilson, Streamers, Liverpool Playhouse, Leslie Lawton
Stage, Buddy, Follies, Dublin, Michael Scott
Stage, Peter, Narnia, BAM, Christopher Biggins
Stage, The Inspector, The Ghost Train, Colchester, Michael Winter
Stage, Roderigo, Othello, Swan Theatre, Worcester, Pat Trueman
Stage, The Ballroom, Wimbledon Theatre, David Gilmore
Stage, Lord Fellemare, Tom Jones, Swan Theatre, Worcester, Pat Trueman
Stage, Mum, East, Royal National Theatre and West End, Stephen Berkoff
Stage, Noises Off, Manchester Royal Exchange, Martin Connor
Stage, Bobby, Company, Manchester Royal Exchange, Howard L. Lewis
Stage, Various Roles, A Little Night Music, Manchester Royal Exchange, Roger Haines
Stage, Rooster, Annie, National Tour, Peter Walker
Stage, Who's A Lucky Boy, Manchester Royal Exchange, Braham Murray
Stage, Side by Side by Sondheim, Oldham Rep, Francesca Whitburn
Stage, Judas, Jesus Christ Superstar, National Tour, Derek Killen
Stage, Coriolanus, Nottingham Playhouse
Stage, Billy Wilson, Streamers, The Roundhouse, Leslie Lawton
Stage, Seth Lord, HIgh Society, Regent Theatre, Ipswich, Gerry Tebutt
Stage, Uncle Max, Sound of Music, National Tour, Julian Walford
Stage, Algernon, The Importance of Being Ernest, Colchester, Michael Winter
Stage, Little Foxes, Nottingham Playhouse, Richard Digby-Day
Stage, Roger, Outside Edge, National Tour, Graham Berowne
Stage, The Man, Betjamania, National Tour, Roger Clissold
Stage, Happy As A Sandbag, The Ambassadors, Philip Hedley
Stage, Guiseppe, The Gondeliers, Nottingham Playhouse, Richard Digby-Day
Stage, Narrator, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, National Tour, Graham Berowne
Stage, The Lion, The Wizard of Oz, National Tour, Pat Trueman
Stage, Hero, A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum, Tour, Burt Shevelove
Stage, The Intruder, See How They Run, York Theatre Royal, Michael Winter
Television, Michael, Casualty, BBC, Various Directors
Television, Philip Brown, Dangerfield, BBC, Various Directors
Television, Private Schultz, ITV
Television, The Eustace Brothers, BBC
Television, The Bill, Thames, Various Directors
Television, Westbeach, ITV
Television, Edwin, The Crezz, Thames Television, John Gorrie
Television, Actor, The Velvet Glove, BBC, John Gorrie
Film, Gerald, Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush, United Artists, Clive Donner
Feature Film, Sigurd, Alfred The Great, MGM, Clive Donner
Short Film
2019, Short Film, Alan Swannleigh, Two Very Serious Men, Independent, Ruben Pol


Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)