Matt Ryan Biography

 
Bio:
Theatre work includes: Henry V with Jude Law, directed by Michael Grandage for MGC in the West End; Horatio opposite Jude Law in Hamlet, directed by Michael Grandage for the Donmar in the West End and on Broadway; the lead role of Gerard in Small Change, directed by Peter Gill for the Donmar ... (read more)
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Bio:
Theatre work includes: Henry V with Jude Law, directed by Michael Grandage for MGC in the West End; Horatio opposite Jude Law in Hamlet, directed by Michael Grandage for the Donmar in the West End and on Broadway; the lead role of Gerard in Small Change, directed by Peter Gill for the Donmar ... (read more)

Theatre work includes: Henry V with Jude Law, directed by Michael Grandage for MGC in the West End; Horatio opposite Jude Law in Hamlet, directed by Michael Grandage for the Donmar in the West End and on Broadway; the lead role of Gerard in Small Change, directed by Peter Gill for the Donmar Warehouse and two years of leading roles at the RSC for The Gunpowder Season (Speaking Like Magpies, Believe What You Will, A New Way To Please You and Sejanus) and The Spanish Golden Age (Dog In A Manger, Pedro The Great Pretender and Tamar’s Revenge). Television credits include: the title role in "Constantine" for Warner Brothers TV for NBC; "Criminal Minds: Suspect Behaviour" with Forest Whitaker for CBS Television; "Wild Decembers" directed by Anthony Byrne for Touchpaper Television for the BBC; "Collision," directed by Marc Evans and produced by Greenlit Productions for ITV; "Consenting Adults," directed by Richard Curson-Smith and produced by Lion TV for BBC4, and "The Tudors" for Showtime. Film credits include the forthcoming independent features Heart Of Lightness, directed by Jan Vardoen for Beacon Isle Productions, and 500 Miles North, directed by Luke Massey for Read Books Productions. Previous film credits include: Flypaper directed by Rob Minkoff for Foresight Unlimited; Miss Pettigrew Lives For A Day, directed by Bharat Nalluri for Fox Focus and Layer Cake, directed by Matthew Vaughan for SKA Films.