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Some recent credits
The King's Man (Kingsman)
Role: Sandhurst Chaplain
Director: Matthew Vaughn, Disney
Years & Years
Role: Politics expert
Director: Alex Gibb, BBC/HBO
King Of Thieves
Role: News Reporter
Director: James Marsh, Working Title Productions
The Crown, series 2
Role: BBC Announcer
Director: Stephen Daldry, BBC Productions
X Company, series 3
Role: Manfred Franke
Director: Stephanie Morgenstern, CBC/Temple Street Productions (Canada)
Once Upon a Time in London
Director: Simon Rumley, Gateway Films
Role: Charlie Phillips (Customer Specialist in 'Sleets' private City bank)
Director: Omer Fast, Tigerliliy Films/Film 4, psychological thriller Feature Film.
Bottom Knocker Street
Role: Colin Cowdrey (and 21 other on-screen comedy characters!)
Director Keith Littler, Fubuloo/ITV off-the-wall kids TV comedy series.
Semi-regular: Matt Robinson (series 18)
Director Matt Bloom, Zenith North/BBC TV series set in Youth club in Newcastle.
Role: John McMasters (Solicitor)
Director Nigel Keen, Lime Pictures, BAFTA winning Channel 4 series.
Role: Angry Man
Director Justin Chadwick, BAFTA winning BBC TV series.
William Blake’s Divine Humanity
Lead role: William Blake
Director Eric Loren
New Players Theatre/TEV, West End/tour, New York Festival, National Theatre of Switzerland (Zurich/Geneva), National Theatre of Turkey (Istanbul/Ankara/Bursa).
55 Degrees North
Role: Peter Chipstead
Director Roberto Bangura, Zenith North/BBC TV cop series set in Newcastle.
Lead role: Eddie (Perkins)
Director: Bob Tomson, Bill Kenwright Ltd, Phoenix Theatre, West End Musical/No.1 Tour.
Lead role in No.1 Tour.
Bright Young Things
Role: Lord Melbrooke
Director: Stephen Fry, Feature Film.
Director Tony Britten/Clive Donner, Capriol Films/MTL, RTS award-winning opera film.
Role: Nigel Clarke (Curate)
Director Jeff Naylor, long-running Channel 5 Soap opera.