MARTIN TURNER by Vincenzo Photography
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24 Conway Street, London W1T 6BG
Phone: 020-7388 0088
Fax: 020-7388 0688
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:6'1" (185cm)
Weight:12st. (76kg)
Playing Age:59 - 65 years
Eye Colour:Green
Hair Colour:Salt & Pepper
Hair Length:Mid Length
Voice Quality:Warm

About me:

Stage Television Film Further Credits
2019, Stage, Doctor, The Son, Kiln Theatre, Michael Longhurst
2019, Stage, Doctor, The Son, Duke of York's Theatre, Michael Longhurst
2018, Stage, Danforth, The Crucible, Storyhouse, Geraldine Alexander
2018, Stage, Jean Tarrou, The Plague, Arcola, Neil Bartlett
2017, Stage, Monsieur Tarrou, The Plague, Arcola Theatre, Neil Bartlett
2017, Stage, Serebryakov, Uncle Vanya, Theatr Clwyd and Sheffield Crucible, Tamara Harvey
2016, Stage, Dr Montague, The Haunting of Hill House, Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse, Melly Still
2016, Stage, Pierre Lannes, The Lovers of Viorne, Frontier Theatre Productions, James Roose-Evans
2015, Stage, Archbishop Cosmo Lang, The King's Speech, Chichester/ Tour, Roxana Silbert
2014, Stage, Kreon, Medea, National Theatre, Carrie Cracknell
2014, Stage, Juror II, Twelve Angry Men, London Garrick Theatre, Chris Hayden
2013, Stage, Juror II, Twelve Angry Men, Birmingham Rep, Chris Hayden
2012, Stage, Cardinal Inquisitor, A Life of Galileo, Royal Shakespeare Company, Roxanna Silbert
2012, Stage, Patriarch Job/ Mniszech, Boris Godunov, Royal Shakespeare Company, Michael Boyd
2011, Stage, Strophius, Electra, The Gate, Carrie Cracknell
2010, Stage, Sophocles, Fabrication, The Print Room, Lucy Bailey
2010, Stage, David Bliss, Hay Fever, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Ian Brown
2010, Stage, Cardinal Wolsey, Henry VIII, Shakespeare's Globe, Mark Rosenblatt
2010, Stage, Jonathan Hurt, Moscow Live, Hightide, Johnny Humphries
2009, Stage, Theseus/Oberon, A Midsummer Nights Dream, Middle Temple Hall, Tim Carroll
2008, Stage, Banquo, Macbeth, Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Broadway, Rupert Goold
2008, Stage, Lord Capulet, Romeo & Juliet, Theatre of Memory, Middle Temple, Tamara Harvey
2007, Stage, Boss Mangan, Heart Break House, Watford Palace Theatre, Indhu Rubasingham
2007, Stage, Banquo, Macbeth, Gielgud Theatre, West End, Ruper Goold
2007, Stage, Banquo, Macbeth, Chichester Festival Theatre, Rupert Goold
2007, Stage, Orsino, Twelfth Night, Chichester Festival Theatre, Philip Franks
2006, Stage, Oberon/Theseus, A Midsummer Nights Dream, RSC City of London Sinfonia, Jonathan Best
2006, Stage, Ronald Reagan, Gadaffi, English National Opera, David Freeman
2006, Stage, Father, Rabbit, Trafalgar Studios, Nina Raine
2006, Stage, Bill, Scenes From The Back Of Beyond, Royal Court, Ramin Gray
2005, Stage, Oberon/Theseus, A Midsummer Nights Dream, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Tim Carroll
2004, Stage, Derek, A Conversation, Manchester Royal Exchange, Jacob Murray
2003, Stage, Simonides, Pericles, Hammersmith Lyric Theatre, Neil Bartlett
2003, Stage, Gordon, Protection, Soho Theatre, Abigail Morris
2002, Stage, Stephen/Bernie, Dealer's Choice/ My Night With Reg, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Angus Jackson
2001, Stage, Oberon, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Open Air Theatre Regents Park, Alan Strachan
2001, Stage, March Hare, Alice In Wonderland, Royal Shakespeare Company, Rachel Kavanaugh
2001, Stage, Boyet, Love's Labour's Lost, Open Air Theatre Regents Park, Rachel Kavanaugh
2000, Stage, Antonio, The Tempest, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Lenka Udovicki
2000, Stage, Theseus, Two Noble Kinsmen, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Tim Carroll
1999, Stage, Ethelbert, Augustine's Oak, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Tim Carroll
1999, Stage, Solinus, Comedy Of Errors, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Kathryn Hunter
1998, Stage, Hector, Troilus And Cressida, Regents Park Open Air Theatre, Alan Strachan
1995, Stage, John Proctor, The Crucible, Birmingham/Salisbury, Jonathan Church
1994, Stage, Salieri, Amadeus, Exeter Northcott Theatre, Tim Carroll
2019, Television, Tel, Bulletproof, Bulletproof Season 2 Ltd
2018, Television, Corpse, A Very English Murder - Sky Shorts, Roughcut TV Ltd, Tom Marshall
2018, Television, Warrington Man, Mother's Day, BBC Two, Fergus O'Brien
2017, Television, Martin Ferguson, Casualty, BBC, Alan Waring
2017, Television, David Hawkins, Doctors, BBC, Paul Gibson
2016, Television, Martin Ferguson, Casualty, BBC, Fiona Walton
2016, Television, Douglas Henson, Follow the Money Episodes 17-20, DR TV Fiction
2016, Television, Dr Perdon, Maigret, Peket CoProductions LTD, Ashley Piarce
2014, Television, Nicholas Hines, New Tricks, Wall to Wall Ltd, Keith Boak
2013, Television, Archbishop, The White Queen, Czar TV, James Kent
2012, Television, Maurice Leduc, A Cop in Paris, Atlantique Productions, Kriistoffer Nyholm
2012, Television, Alexander/ Boss/ Court Reader, Dark Matters, Wide Eyed Entertainment, James Tovell
2012, Television, Simon, Son, Ay Yapim, Uluc Bayraktar
2011, Television, Judge Howard Gillman, Law and Order, Kudos, Julian Holmes
2010, Television, Dr Anthony Vinton, Doctors, BBC, Bob Tomson
2010, Television, Banquo, Macbeth, Illuminations TV, Rupert Goold
2010, Television, Dr Appleyard, Waking the Dead, BBC, Mark Jobst
2010, Television, Fake CPS Lawyer, Whitechapel II, Carnival, David Evans
2009, Television, Prince Charles, The Queen, Blast Films, Marion Milne
2008, Television, Crown Court Judge, Eastenders, BBC, Paul Annett
2008, Television, Bill Wilkinson, Holby City, BBC, Mike Cocker
2007, Television, Dr. Charles Froad, Judge John Deed, BBC, Steve Kelly
2006, Television, Neil Spicer, Rosemary & Thyme, Carnival Films, Brian Farnham
2006, Television, M. General Sir Edward Percival, THE SOMME, BBC, Detlef Siebert
2005, Television, Ray Paterson, Doctors, BBC, Martin Sharpe
2004, Television, Wing-commander Turner, Foyle's War (Series 2 & 3), Greenlit, Jeremy Silberston
2004, Television, Luke, Holby City, BBC Television, Rob Evans
2003, Television, King Charles, Charles II, BBC Television, Joe Wright
2000, Television, Kildare, The Knock, London Weekend Television, Keith Boak
1999, Television, Julian Savage, Family Affairs, Grundy Productions, Peter Rose
1998, Television, Dr Fine, The Professionals, David Wickes Productions, Raymond Austin
1997, Television, Professor Frogton, Killer Net, Lynda La Plante, Geoff Sacks
1996, Television, Eric MacNaughton, The Bill, Thames, Michael Simpson
1995, Television, Lee Colcough, Dangerfield, BBC, Robin Knight
1995, Television, DCI Harding, Pie In The Sky, SelecTV/BBC Television, Keith Boak
1993, Television, Shaun Holt, Casualty, BBC, Alan Waring
1993, Television, Bujowelovsky, Queen of Fruit, Channel 4, Dominik Scherrer
1993, Television, Dr Stannard, You Me and It, Wall To Wall, Edward Bennett
1991, Television, Tony Gilchrist, Bergerac, BBC, Tristan De Vere Cole
1991, Television, Lord Murrayhill, Trainer, BBC, Frank Smith
1990, Television, John Harrison, Poirot - Wasps' Nest, London Weekend Television, Brian Farnham
1989, Television, At The Cafe Continental, Central Television, David Dunn
1989, Television, James Valentine, High Street Blues, LWT, Robin Carr
1988, Television, Hearthstroke, Rumpole Of The Bailey, Thames, Julian Amyes
1988, Television, Nicholas Martin, The Bill, Thames tv, Graham Theakston
1987, Television, Tim Pye, The Moneymen, LWT, John Bruce
2015, Film, Youth Court Judge, Urban Hymn, Urban Hymn Film Production Ltd, Michael Keaton Jones
2011, Film, Hugh Spencer, Labyrinth, Ekip Film, Tolga Ornek
2002, Film, Charles, Prince William, ABC/Fox, Michael Watkins
1987, Film, Stupid McMahon, Straight To Hell, Commies From Mars Corporation, Alex Cox
Further Credits
2016, Radio, Leonine/ Simonides, Pericles, BBC Radio/ Bona Broadcasting, Neil Bartlett
2009, Short Film, Jasper, Precipice, National Film and Television School, Julius Amedume
2009, Short Film, Laurence, The Stag Without A Heart, Royal College of Art, Stuart Croft
2005, Documentary, William Wilberforce, Breaking the Chains, BBC, Chris Richards
2005, Musical, Sheldrake, Promises, Promises, Sheffield Crucible, Angus Jackson
2005, Musical, Canfield, Silk Stockings, Lost Musicals, Ian Marshall Fisher
2003, Documentary, Charles I, Cromwell : Warts and All, BBC, Andrew Thompson
1998, Musical, Gage, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Regent's Park/Tour, Ian Talbot
1996, Musical, Pierre Guerre, Martin Guerre, Prince Edward, West End, Declan Donnellan
1990, Musical, Evelyn Oakleigh, Anything Goes, Prince Edward, West End, Jerry Zaks


Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Standard, Australian, Edinburgh, French, Glasgow, London, Northern, South African, Welsh-Standard, West Country, Yorkshire
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Ballad, Ballet, Ballroom Dancing, Baritone, Blues, Latin American, Opera
(* = highly skilled)
Badminton*, Rugby*, Squash*, Tennis*
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence