Meet the Broadway Class of 2013- Fall Edition!

With the Broadway Fall season now in full swing, and a constant need for replacements, there is a solid group of performers making their Broadway debuts this Fall. Meet all of Broadway's newest stars below!

Ryan Andes (Karl the Giant in BIG FISH)

Recently played Stewpot at the Muny's South Pacific, 2013. Recent TV credits: "Person of Interest," guest star, CBS. Recent film credits: The Widowers, feature, Charred Oak Films. Various NYC stage credits as well as opera, musical theatre, and voiceover. This one's for Grandpa Keith. @AndesRyan.

Orlando Bloom (Romeo in ROMEO AND JULIET)

A Graduate of Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Orlando Bloom made his professional stage debut in David Storey's In Celebration in London's West End. In 2011, he performed Shakespearean texts set to Tchaikovsky, for Gustavo Dudamel and the L.A. Philharmonic. Bloom had his breakthrough film roles in 2001 as "Legolas" in the Academy Award-winning trilogy The Lord of the Rings and in 2003 as "Will Turner" in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series. He subsequently established himself as a lead in Hollywood films, including Cameron Crowe'sElizabethtown and Ridley Scott's Kingdom of Heaven.Other notable credits include Black Hawk Down, Troy, Haven and The Good Doctor. Bloom recently starred opposite Forest Whitaker in Zulu and reprised his role of "Legolas" in The Hobbit trilogy.

Donte Bonner (Sampson in ROMEO AND JULIET)

Donte Bonner studied at the University of Central Florida. Stage credits include the East Coast Premiere of The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity at InterAct Theatre. Film and television credits include Sydney White, Inside A Change, Boardwalk Empire, and HBO's Criminal Justice.

Zachary Booth (Dickie Winslow in THE WINSLOW BOY)

Theatre: The Mound Builders (Signature Theatre), The Imaginary Invalid (Bard Summerfest), Me, Myself & I, Prayer for My Enemy (Playwrights Horizons), Victoria Martin: Math Team Queen (Women's Project), Spine and Pentecost (Barrow Group Theatre). Film: The Last Weekend, Keep the Lights On, Big Words, Never, Syrup, Dark Horse, Blue Eyes, The Beaver, White Irish Drinkers, Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist, Taking Woodstock, The Mark Pease Experience, Assassination of a High School President, Venice. TV: "White Collar", "Damages", "NY 22", "Royal Pains", "Law & Order: SVU", "New Amsterdam", "What Goes On". Received a BFA from University of Michigan Dept of Theatre and Drama. Member of the Actors Center Workshop Company, the Barrow Group theatre community and Peterborough Players community.

Liam Brennan (Orsino & Clarence/Lord Mayor in TWELFTH NIGHT/RICHARD III)

Training: RSAMD. Theatre includes: previously with Shakespeare's Globe, Measure for Measure, Edward II,Richard II, Twelfth Night, The Golden Ass and Macbeth. Seasons and productions with Glasgow Citizens, the Royal Lyceum, Perth Rep, Dundee Rep, 7:84, the Traverse, the Byre, St. Andrews, Borderline Theatre, Cumberland Theatre, Brunton Theatre, Salisbury Playhouse, Sheffield Crucible Theatre, Derby Playhouse, Nottingham Playhouse, Durham Theatre Company and Calypso Productions, Dublin. Film: Gas Attack (winner of the Michael Powell Award for Best Film 2003). Television: "High Road," "Machair," "Bad Boys," "Taggart" and "Strathblair." Radio includes: numerous plays and short stories for BBCRadio 4.

Paul Chahidi (Maria & Hastings/Tyrrell in TWELFTH NIGHT/RICHARD III)

Theatre includes: previously at Shakespeare's Globe, Twelfth Night (Middle Temple Hall/Shakespeare's Globe), Macbeth, The Two Noble Kinsmen, The Comedy of Errors and Augustine's Oak. Also, Measure for Measure, Written on the Heart, As You Like It, The American Pilot, Cymbeline, Merry Wives: the Musical, A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Taming of the Shrew, The Tamer Tamed, The Devil is an Ass, Julius Caesar andWoyzeck (RSC), Enron (West End/tour), Nation (NT), Aunt Dan and Lemon, Rhinoceros and The Arsonists(Royal Court), Female of the Species (West End), The Cherry Orchard (Chichester), Faustus (Theatre Royal, Northampton), Engaged (Orange Tree), Arabian Nights (Young Vic), Misalliance (Clwyd), Stiff (Pleasance) and The Next DG of the BBC (Simon Block). Film includes: Venus, The Libertine, Notting Hill and Stella Does Tricks. Television includes: "Casualty," "The Hour," "Holy Flying Circus," "Ladies of Letters," "Hustle," "Oliver Twist," "The Day of the Triffids," "Fear of Fanny," "Filth," "Blackpool" and "Wise Children." Paul is an Associate Artist of the RSC.

John Paul CONNOLLY (Antonio & 1st Murderer/Cardinal/Ratcliff/Halberdier in TWELFTH NIGHT/RICHARD III)

Theatre includes:previously with Shakespeare's Globe, Romeo and Juliet. Also, Skäne (Hampstead), What Would Judas Do? (Almeida), The Merchant of Venice, The Tragedy of Thomas Hobbes and The Taming of the Shrew (RSC), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment), The Ruffian on the Stair, A Journey to London, After Liverpool, Double Double, Nan, The Tinker's Wedding, Shakes v. Shav, Engaged, Saints Day, The Road to Ruin and Happy Birthday Dear Alice (Orange Tree), The Playboy of the Western World(Manchester Royal Exchange), Neville's Island and The Three Musketeers (Theatre Royal York), Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme, She Stoops to Conquer and Pictures of Tomorrow (Lyric Belfast),Colmcille (Stray Theatre Company), Juno and the Paycock and The Plough and the Stars (West End), Hamlet, The Beauty Queen of Leenane and The Communication Cord (Haymarket, Basingstoke), Romeo and Juliet(Leicester Haymarket, Ipswich New Wolsey) and Death of a Salesman and Twelve Angry Men (Palace, Westcliff). Film: You, Me and Marley. Television: "Murder Rooms: The Dark Beginnings of Sherlock Holmes," "Lorna Doone," "Berkeley Square," "Birds of a Feather," "The Broker's Man," "Sharman," "Taggart," "The Chief," "The Bill," "The Armando Iannucci Shows" and "Wing and a Prayer." Radio includes: Pictures of Tomorrow, I Can See Clearly Now, Dividing Force, the 30th anniversary recording ofTranslations, Words and Music and A Midsummer Night's Dream.

Brian Cross (Arnold Gaesling in THE SNOW GEESE)

New York theater credits include: Yermedea RAW (La Mama ETC), Dr. Faustus Lights the Lights (3LD Theatre). Television: "Unforgettable" (CBS). Brian grew up in Pelham, NY and is a graduate oF Brown University, where he received a BA in Economics and the Weston Fine Arts Award for Acting.

Mary Bridget Davies (Janis in A NIGHT WITH Janis Joplin)

After touring the country with One Night With Janis Joplin,recognition includes Best Actress by the Cleveland Critic's Circle, a 2013 Helen Hayes Award nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Resident Musical at Arena Stage and a BroadwayWorld nomination for Best Actress in a Musical. Other favorite credits include It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues, Anything Goes (Reno Sweeney), the national tour of Love, Janis, and being a member of Something Dada Improvisational Comedy Co. Davies has received numerous awards for her voice and band. Most recently her new album was nominated for a 2013 Blues Music Award for Best New Artist Debut.

Anne-Marie Duff (Lady Macbeth in MACBETH)

West End: Strange Interlude; Saint Joan (Critics Circle, Evening Standard awards; Olivier nom.); Collected Stories (Olivier nom.); King Lear, War and Peace, La Grande Magia (National); Cause Celebre (Old Vic); The Daughter-in-Law (Young Vic); Berenice, Days of Wine and Roses (Donmar). Other theatre: Playboy of the Western World (Druid). Film: Before I Go to Sleep, Molly Moon, Closed Circuit, Sanctuary (IFTA nom.), Nowhere Boy (BIFA, Evening Standard, London Critics Circle awards; BAFTA nom.), Garage, The Last Station,Is Anybody There?, Born Equal, Magdalene Sisters. TV: "Accused" (Royal Television Society nom.), "Parade's End," "Margot," "The Virgin Queen" (BAFTA, IFTA noms.), "Shameless" (Broadcasting Press Film, IFTA awards; two BAFTA noms.), "Charles II," "Dr. Zhivago," "Sinners," "The Way We Live Now," "Amongst Women."

Peter Hamilton DYER (Feste & Brakenbury/Catesby in TWELFTH NIGHT/RICHARD III)

Training: Central School of Speech and Drama. Theatre includes: previously with Shakespeare's Globe,All's Well That Ends Well, Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn, King Lear (2008), Twelfth Night, King Lear (2001), Antony and Cleopatra, Holding Fire!, The Frontline and The Golden Ass. Also, Epicoene and A Midsummer Night's Dream (RSC), One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (UK tour), Comfort me with Apples (Hampstead), Timing andWho's the Daddy? (King's Head), The Bacchae (Shared Experience), Richard II and The Moonstone(Manchester Royal Exchange), Saint Joan (Birmingham Rep), Miss Julie and Macbeth (Nuffield, Southampton), The Caretaker and David Copperfield (Dundee), Mansfield Park (Sheffield Crucible/Chichester), The Strange Passenger (Paines Plough), Emma (Method and Madness), The Norman Conquests and The Daughter in Law (Basingstoke) and The Lifeblood (Lifeblood Theatre Company). Television includes: "Silk," "Silent Witness," "The Curse of Steptoe," "Holby City," "The Plot against Harold Wilson," "Doctor Who," "Waking the Dead," "EastEnders," "The Bill," "Dream Team," "Doctors" and "The Fugitives". Other work includes: Peter is a founding member of the Milton Consort, performing Milton, Donne and Shakespeare's sonnets with period music on authentic instruments, and was a member of the BBC Radio Rep in 2012.

KURT EGYIAWAN (Valentine & Richmond, Duchess of York in TWELFTH NIGHT/RICHARD III)

In 2012, Kurt earned significant critical praise as Arsace in Berenice, a new adaptation of Racine's tragedy at the Donmar Warehouse. He was subsequently nominated for the Ian Charleson Award, for the best classical stage performance by an actor under 30. He also appeared as the Dauphin opposite Jamie Parker's Hal in the Globe production of Henry V, directed by Dominic Dromgoole, and toured with Headlong Theatre in Earthquakes in London, directed by Rupert Goold. Winner of the Spotlight Prize 2010, Kurt's film credits include Skyfall. Kurt has just finished A Season in the Congo at the Young Vic, directed by Joe Wright.

Corey Hawkins (Tybalt in ROMEO AND JULIET)

Off-Broadway: Hurt Village (Signature Theatre Company), Suicide Incorporated (Roundabout Theatre Company), St. Louis Woman (City Center). Regional: Piece of My Heart (New York Stage & Film). Television: Golden Boy (CBS), Royal Pains (USA). Film: Universal Pictures' Non-Stop, Winter's Tale directed by Akiva Goldsman, Marvel's Iron Man 3. Recipient of the John Houseman Award and Laura Pels Prize in acting. Education: The Juilliard

Colin Hurley (Sir Toby Belch & King Edward IV/Stanley in TWELFTH NIGHT/RICHARD III)

Training: Central School of Speech and Drama. Theatre includes: previously with Shakespeare's Globe,All's Well That Ends Well, Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn, Macbeth, Twelfth Night, The Golden Ass, Measure for Measure, The Winter's Tale, Troilus and Cressida, In Extremis, and the'Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank' productions of Much Ado About Nothing and Romeo and Juliet. Also, Hamlet, The Seagull, Round One, 50/50and Boiling Frogs (The Factory), A Play of the Weather (Hampton Court), I Am Shakespeare and Equus(Chichester Festival Theatre and tour), The Woman in Black (Fortune), Three Sisters II (Orange Tree),Hamlet, Camino Real, Troilus and Cressida and A Month in the Country (RSC), Remember This, The Oedipus Plays, Mary Stuart, Wild Oats, Richard III and King Lear (NT), Sailor Beware, Loot (Lyric, Hammersmith), The Comedy of Errors (Bristol Old Vic), Henry V and Edward III (Theatr Clwyd), The Tempest (Chester Gateway) and Hamlet, The Dumb Waiter and Britannicus (Salisbury Playhouse). Film includes: Black Pond, Henry Vand The Trouble with Guns. Television includes: "David Copperfield," "The Gingerbread Man," "Hero Hungry," "Holby City," "The Bill," "The Chief," "Peak Practice" and "EastEnders."

Sheria Irving (Juliet's Servant in ROMEO AND JULIET)

Recent credits include The Winter's Tale (Yale Rep), Hollow Roots, Wintertime, Blacktop Sky, Iphigenia Among The Stars (Yale School of Drama), Anna Bella Eema, Becoming Sylvia (Williamstown Theater Festival). BADA, M.F.A., Yale School of Drama 2013.

Conrad Kemp (Benvolio in ROMEO AND JULIET)

Conrad began his career on the stages of Ireland, where he won particular acclaim for his portrayal of Hally in Athol Fugard's Master Harold and the Boys. His West End debut came in 2006 in Marie Jones'Stones In His Pockets. His most recent project was Jerome Salle's Zulu, which premiered as the closing film at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival. He is a trustee for the charity Dramatic Need. This is his first visit to America.

Spencer Davis Milford (Ronnie Winslow in THE WINSLOW BOY)

Spencer Davis Milford, a high school senior from St. Louis, MO. National tours: Billy Elliot (Tall Boy/u/s Michael) 1st National, How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Boo Who) 1st National. Regional: Over the Tavern (Rudy) The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis/Cincinnati Playhouse; Peter Pan (Michael Darling) The Muny; Music Man (Winthrop) Stages St. Louis; Other regional credits include several productions at The Muny, Opera Theatre of St. Louis, and Variety Children's Theatre. Huge thanks to Nancy Carson, Katie, Lara, and Landon for their help and guidance. Special shout out to Sam (scene reading extraordinaire), Nancy/Muny family, and my WGHS teachers and friends. Love to God and my amazing family! Twitter: @spencermilford


Theatre: Mary Poppins in Mary Poppins, Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady (Elliot Norton & Denver Post Ovation award winner), Gigi in Gigi, Anything Goes, Sally Bowles in Cabaret (LADCC Award winner), Guinevere in Camelot, Maria in The Sound of Music.Television: Castle, The Closer and Undercovers.

Zachary Quinto (Tom in THE GLASS MENAGERIE)

Zachary grew up in Pittsburgh, and began performing and studying theater there as a child. But what started as a hobby quickly evolved into a vocation, and he eventually enrolled at Carnegie Mellon School of Drama and earned a BFA in Musical Theater. Some of his early memorable stage experiences include: SIDE MAN, GROSS INDECENCY(City Theatre Company), MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, A LONELY IMPULSE OF DELIGHT (Vineyard Playhouse), THE BEAR (Tintreach Company - Galway, Ireland), INTELLIGENT DESIGN OF JENNY CHOW (Old Globe), MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (LA Shakespeare Festival), and numerous workshops of new plays at the Ojai Playwright's Conference (where he has also served on the Board since 2010).

Ciara Renee (The Witch in BIG FISH)

She graduated this year from Baldwin-Wallace. She participated in the Pre-Broadway workshop of Bull Durham. Big thanks to Susan Stroman, Tara Rubin and Mom!

Tijuana Ricks (Court Reporter in A TIME TO KILL)

Regional Theater: THIS at Hartford TheaterWorks, Death of a Salesman at the Yale Repertory Theatre, Stick Fly and The Overwhelming at The Contemporary American Theatre Festival, The Women of Brewster Place the Musical at Arena Stage and The ALLIANCE THEATRE. Television: The Carrie Diaries, Deception, 666 Park Avenue, Blue Bloods, Law and Order, Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, 30 Rock, Royal Pains, Law and Order: CI, Guiding Light, Conviction,Gossip Girl, Six Degrees. Film: Beware the Night, The Girl in the Park, The Savages, The Architect. Tijuana is Louisiana born and raised, and is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama.

Tom Skerritt (Lucien Willbanks in A TIME TO KILL)

Tom Skerritt is perhaps best known for his Emmy Award winning performance on the acclaimed CBS drama seriesPicket Fences and is regarded as one of the most versatile, acclaimed and instantly recognizable American actors of both film and television. He made his feature film debut in War Huntand went on to memorably star in films such as M*A*S*H, The Turning Point (Best Supporting Actor, National Board of Review), Alien, A River Runs Through It, Steel Magnolias, Top Gun and Contact, among many others, and will next be seen in the independent film Field of Lost Shoes as "Ulysses S. Grant." For television, he has appeared on Brothers & Sisters,Leverage and Cheers, to name but a few; and also directed episodes of Picket Fences, Chicago Hope and USA's Divided by Hate, in which he also starred. For theater, he has appeared in Los Angeles and Seattle productions of the play Love Letters and as the Stage Manager in the Intiman Theatre production of Our Towndirected by Bartlett Sher. Skerritt co-founded The Film School in Seattle and founded the non-profit Red Badge Project to teach storytelling to active PTS military personnel at Fort Lewis Madigan Hospital in Tacoma, Washington.

Jethro Skinner (Fabian & 2nd Murderer/Messenger/Halberdier in TWELFTH NIGHT/RICHARD III)

Training: Manchester Met. Theatre includes: Skäne (Hampstead), The Odyssey (The Factory & Creation Theatre), A Soldier's Tale (Mid Wales Chamber Orchestra), Hamlet, The Seagull and Cymbeline (The Factory), subVERSE (Theatre503), Romeo and Juliet (Vienna's English Theatre), The Snow Queen(Manchester Library Theatre) and Many Loves (Lilian Baylis). Film: Sign Language, Counting Backwards, First Date, Sh!ft, Replica, Freaky Deaky and Plyus Odin (2008 Best Actor Award at the 'Russian Oscars' in Sochi). Television: "Wire in the Blood," "Cold Feet," "EastEnders," "Coronation Street," "The Bill," "Peak Practice," "City Central," "Casualty," "Grease Monkeys" and "The Misfit Soldier."

Rafe Spall (Jerry in BETRAYAL)

He has most recently been seen on stage at the Royal Court and then at the Duke of York's in Constellations opposite Sally Hawkins, for which he was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Actor. In 2012, Spall appeared in Ridley Scott's Prometheus alongside Michael Fassbender and Charlize Theron, as well as in Ang Lee's award-winning film, Life of Pi. Earlier this year, Spall starred in the lead role in Working Title's romantic comedy, I Give It a Year, which will be released in the U.S. by Magnolia Pictures. Spall's earlier film credits include Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz,Anonymous, and One Day. Spall's other theatre credits include Just a Bloke at the Royal Court, The Knight of the Burning Pestle, Michael Grandage's production of John Gabriel Borkman at the Donmar Warehouse, and If There Is I Haven't Found It Yet at The Bush. For television, Spall has starred as the lead in Channel 4's popular comedy "Pete Versus Life," as well as in "The Shadow Line" and "Desperate Romantics."

Fred Dalton THOMPSON (Judge Noose in A TIME TO KILL)

Fred Dalton Thompson has had one of the most unusual and interesting careers on the American scene today. It has encompassed the law, politics, radio, television and motion pictureS. Thompson, a lawyer, first appeared on screen in the filmMarie in 1985, portraying himself in the fact-based story of a high-profile public corruption case he handled in Tennessee. Since then, he has appeared in numerous movies including No Way Out, In the Line of Fire, Die Hard II, Days of Thunder and The Hunt for Red October. He became known for his portrayal of New York District Attorney Arthur Branch on the Emmy Award-winning NBC television drama, Law & Order. He also appeared in Disney's Secretariat released in 2010, Summit Entertainment's Sinister in 2012 and has done multiple guest spots on The Good Wife (CBS).


Training: RADA. Theatre includes: Bracken Moor(Tricycle Theatre), Privates on Parade (Michael Grandage Company), The Taming of the Shrew (Globe Theatre), Someone Who'll Watch Over Me (Southwark Playhouse), Richard II (Donmar Warehouse), Twelfth Night (National Theatre), Bedlam(Globe Theatre),Henry IV Parts I & II (Globe Theatre, nominated for the Ian Charleson Award 2011). Television includes: "Doctors" (BBC) and "Casualty" (BBC). Radio includes: A Midsummer Night's Dream (Pier Productions).

Rachel Weisz (Emma in BETRAYAL)

In 2012, she received a Golden Globe nomination for her highly acclaimed performance in Terence Davies' The Deep Blue Sea. Her performance also earned her Best Actress awards from the New York Film Critics Circle and the Toronto Film Critics Association. Weisz received overwhelming critical praise and a Screen Actors Guild Award, Golden Globe Award, and Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in The Constant Gardener in 2005. Recent film credits include Sam Raimi's Oz: The Great and Powerful, Tony Gilroy's The Bourne Legacy, the indie political drama The Whistleblower, Jim Sheridan's thriller Dream House(opposite Daniel Craig), as well as David Hare's Page Eight alongside Bill Nighy and Ralph Fiennes, for the BBC. Previous film credits include Stealing Beauty; Swept from the Sea; I Want You; The Land Girls; The Mummy; The Mummy Returns; Enemy at the Gates; About a Boy; Runaway Jury; Confidence; Constantine;The Fountain; My Blueberry Nights; Fred Claus; The Brothers Bloom; Definitely, Maybe; Agora; and The Lovely Bones. Weisz won the 2010 Olivier Award for her performance as Blanche DuBois in the West End revival of A Streetcar Named Desire. Her performance in Sean Mathias' U.K. staging of Noël Coward's Design for Living garnered her the London Drama Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Newcomer.

Ashley Williams (Ellen Roark in A TIME TO KILL)

Ashley Williams first appeared on TV starring in the NBC comedy,Good Morning Miami, and recurring as one of the "mothers" on the CBS series How I Met Your Mother on CBS. Ashley starred opposite Kate Hudson and Ginnifer Goodwin in the Warner Brothers movie Something Borrowed, as well as appearing in the Oscar-nominated Margin Call. She has done recurring arcs on Warehouse 13 for SyFy, Showtime's Huff, NBC's E-Ring, Lifetime's Side Order Of Life, and TNT's Saving Grace. Williams has also been featured on many other series, including The Mentalist, CSI, New Adventures Of Old Christine, Psych, Monk, Law & Order: SVU, Love Bites, The Protector, The Wedding Band, American Dreams and Retired At 35. She's starred in four Lifetime movies, two ABC Family movies, and does at least one television pilot every year. Williams began her career on the daytime series As The World Turns. At The Williamstown Theater Festival she was in Michael Grief's Street Scene, Annie Dorsen's The Blue Bird, and various other plays as a non-equity actress. She understudied Rachel Weisz and Gretchen Mol opposite Paul Rudd in The Shape of Things, directed by Neil LaBute and went on for Rachel more than a dozen times. She attended Boston University's theater conservatory and has studied at RADA and LAMDA. She makes her home in Los Angeles with her husband, producer Neal Dodson, and she also works professionally as a doula.

Lauren Worsham (Pheobe D'Yquithin A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER)

Favorite roles include: Lisa in Dog Days (Montclair Peak Performances); Amy inWhere's Charley (Encores!); Cunegonde in Candide (NYCO); Lili in Carnival(Goodspeed); Clara in Light in the Piazza (Weston Playhouse); and Olive in Spelling Bee (National Tour). She is co-founder of music theatre company The Coterie and lead singer for the band Sky-Pony. Love to my amazing friends, my wonderful family and my brilliant husband.

Angus Wright (Sir Andrew Aguecheek & Duke of Buckingham in TWELFTH NIGHT/RICHARD III)

Theatre: Privates on Parade (Michael Grandage Company), The Master and Margarita (Complicite), The Cat in the Hat (NT, Young Vic and Théâtre des Abbesses), Mrs Affleck, War Horse, Saint Joan, The Seagull, A Dream Play, Stuff Happens, Measure for Measure and Three Sisters (NT), The Tragedy of Thomas Hobbes, The Merchant of Venice, Hamlet and The Theban Plays (RSC), Wastwater (Royal Court), Design for Living (Old Vic) and Twelfth Night (Globe). Film: A Little Chaos, Jack Ryan, Maleficent, Closed, Private Peaceful, The Iron Lady, The Bank Job, Kingdom of Heaven, Nicholas Nickleby, Dr Sleep, Charlotte Gray, Labyrinth, Affair of the Necklace, Bridget Jones's Diary, RKO 281 and Cutthroat Island. Television: "Breathless," "Murder on the Home Front," "Being Human," "The Sarah Jane Adventures," "Above Suspicion," "The Shooting of Thomas Hurndall," "Waking the Dead," "Hotel Babylon," "Casanova," "Winter Solstice," "Cambridge Spies" and "The Way We Live Now". Radio: The Secret Pilgrim, Plenty and Precious.

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