Theatre includes: A Very Expensive Poison (Old Vic: 2020 Olivier Award Nomination for Best Supporting Actor), The League of Gentlemen (UK tour), Hangmen (Royal Court and Atlantic New York), The Dresser and Ghost Stories (Duke of York’s), Absent Friends (Harold Pinter), Betty Blue Eyes (Novello), Comedians (Lyric Hammersmith), The Producers (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), As You Like It (Wyndham’s), Art (Whitehall) and A Local Show for Local People (UK tour).
Television includes: Inside No.9, The Witchfinder, Foundation, The League of Gentlemen, Good Omens, Car Share, Doctor Who and The Widower.
Film includes: See How They Run, In the Earth, Venom: Let There be Carnage, High Rise, A Field in England, Burke & Hare, The League of Gentlemen’s Apocalpyse and Birthday Girl.
Theatre includes: The Son (Kiln and Duke of York’s), A Little Princess (Royal Festival Hall), God of Carnage (Theatre Royal Bath), Abigail’s Party (Theatre Royal Bath and UK tour), God Bless the Child (Royal Court), Love Me Tonight (Hampstead), Something Blue and The Safari Party (Scarborough and Hampstead), The Taming of the Screw (Queen Mother) and Tin Soldiers (New End and Grace).
Television includes: The Family Pile, Desperate Measures, The Net, We Are Not Alone, Lockwood & Co, Wolfe, I Hate Suzie, Unsaid Stories, Make Me Famous, Flack, The Queen and I, Safe, Sherlock, Uncle, We Are Family, Cuffs, Mr. Selfridge, Case Histories, Joe Mistry, Being Human, Open Doors, Postcode, Married, Single, Other, Money, Harley Stret, Psychoville, The Bill, Doc Martin, Poirot, After You’ve Gone, Man Stroke Woman, Booze Cruise, Derailed, Bernard’s Watch, Coupling, Teachers, The Robinsons, 20 Things To Do Before You’re Thirty, The Debt, Always and Everyone, Hearts and Bones, Men Only, Shades, Dream Team, The Sins, The Thing About Vince, Casualty, Snap, No Sweat, Picking Up the Pieces, Plotlands and Wycliffe.
Radio includes: Clement Doesn’t Live Here Anymore and Life in London.
Films includes: The Lost King, Three Pints and a Rabbi, Decrypted, Six Days of Sistine, Crooked House, We The Kings, Another Mother’s Son, Ghost, Swinging with the Finkels and The All Together.
Theatre includes: Musik (Edinburgh Festival and Leicester Square: Offie Award Best Lead Performance in a Musical), An Ideal Husband (Vaudeville), Julius Caesar (Donmar Warehouse and St Anne's Warehouse, Brooklyn), King Lear and The Seagull (RSC and World tour), Antony & Cleopatra (Shakespeare’s Globe), One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Gielgud), Pygmalion and The Night of the Iguana (National Theatre), Closer to Heaven (Arts Theatre: WhatsOnStage Award Best Actress in a Musical), Uncle Vanya (Chichester Festival Theatre and Noel Coward: TMA Regional Award Best Supporting Actress and Olivier Nominee Best Supporting Actress) and Camille (RSC and Comedy: Olivier Award Most Promising Newcomer).
Television includes: Dreamland, Psychobitches, Whitstable Pearl, The Chelsea Detective, Dodger, The Mezzotint, Silk (CTA Dagger Nominee Best Supporting Actress) and Doctor Who.
Film includes Trick or Treat (Marbella Film Festival Award Best Actress), The Escape, The Bookshop. Blue Iguana, Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, El Elegido ‘’The Chosen”, Mr Holmes, May I Kill U?, Goal!, Goal II, Evilenko, Suzie Gold, 24 Hours in the Life of a Woman, La Sirène Rouge, Superstition, Flyfishing, Sammy and Rosie Get Laid, Prick Up Your Ears and The Missionary.
Theatre includes: King Lear, 'Tis Pity She's a Whore, A View from the Bridge and A Small Family Business (National Theatre), Hay Fever (Duke of York’s), Yes Prime Minister (UK tour and Trafalgar), Donkeys' Years (Harold Pinter), Mary Stuart (Apollo), The Old Masters (Comedy), Democracy (Wyndham’s), Mamma Mia! (Novello), Chicago (Phoenix), Richard III and The Fantastic Follies of Mrs Rich (RSC), Company (Donmar Warehouse and Noël Coward), Burn This (Lyric), Look Look (Aldwych), Henceforward (Vaudeville), The Scarlet Pimpernel (Chichester Festival Theatre and UK tour), John Gabriel Borkman (Bridge), Fracked! (Chichester Festival Theatre), Candida (Orange Tree), Eden, The Argument and Loyalty (Hampstead), Dessert (Southwark Playhouse) and Good Canary (Rose Theatre Kingston).
Television includes: This is Going to Hurt, Silent Witness, Grantchester, Miss Scarlet and the Duke, Finding Alice, White House Farm, Endeavour, Lewis, Midsomer Murders, The Crown, Harlots and Foyle's War.
Films includes: Greed, Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!, The Iron Lady, V tor Vendetta and Topsy-Turvy.
Theatre includes: The English Game (UK tour), Gone Too Far (Royal Court), and & Arthur (Arcola).
Television includes: Ted Lasso, The Crown, Big Boy. The Thief, His Wife and the Canoe, Death in Paradise, Father Brown, Ghosts and Defending the Guilty.
Film includes: The Batman, The Pay Day, Villain and The Scope Effect.
Theatre includes: Wink (Mission), Burying Your Brother in the Pavement (Alma) and The Seagull (RADA).
Television includes: Bodies.
Film includes: The Fence.
Theatre includes: Afterlife (National Theatre).
Television includes: The Queen's Gambit, The Durrells in Corfu, Hank Zipzer, Asylum, Holby City and Man Down.
Films include: How to Date Billy Walsh, Home Sweet Home Alone, Toni With_An_I, Hank Zipzer's Christmas Catastrophe, Professor Branestawm Returns, The Incredible Adventures of Professor Branestawm and Crush.
Theatre includes: Jack and the Beanstalk (Hartlepool Town Hall), Beauty and the Beast (Stanley Civic Hall), Roast Me (Waterloo East), Blitz! (Union) and A Christmas Carol (Teatro Sala Umberto).
TV includes How To Be A Person.
Theatre includes: Getting On (York Theatre Royal), 'Dentity Crisis (Kings Head), Romeo and Juliet (Oxford Shakespeare Company), Hedda Gabler (Old Vic), Pick One (Arcola), Noises Off (Liverpool Royal Court) and Twopence to Cross the Mersey (Liverpool Empire).
Television includes: Lady Chatterley's Lover, People Just Do Nothing, Coronation Street, Emmerdale, Hollyoaks, Moving On, That Day We Sang, In The Flesh, From There To Here, The Syndicate and Mount Pleasant.
Theatre includes: Henry V (UK tour), The Winter’s Tale/A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shake Festival), Delivery (Lion and Unicorn), Maggie May (Finborough), The Tempest and The Faith Machine (Guildhall School of Music and Drama).
Television includes: Shakespeare and Hathaway, Doctors, Casualty, Jerk, Adult Material, Grantchester and Endeavour.
Film includes: Queen Marie of Romania and Poppy (Short).
Theatre includes: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Apollo and UK tour), Witness for the Prosecution (County Hall), Untold Stories (Duchess), The Mousetrap (St Martin’s), Nesting (Watermill), Present Laughter (Bath Theatre Royal), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Jersey Opera House) and Normal (RIFT).
Television includes: EastEnders, Deep Cuts.
Film includes: Alexander the Great
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