Shane Richie Biography

 
Bio:
Shane Richie has balanced a hugely successful forty year career between theatre, film & TV; and he has been a regular fixture on prime time television hosting such shows as Lucky Numbers (ITV), The Shane Richie Experience (ITV), Win, Lose or Draw (ITV), Don't Forget the Lyrics! (SKY1), Reflex (BBC) ... (read more)
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Bio:
Shane Richie has balanced a hugely successful forty year career between theatre, film & TV; and he has been a regular fixture on prime time television hosting such shows as Lucky Numbers (ITV), The Shane Richie Experience (ITV), Win, Lose or Draw (ITV), Don't Forget the Lyrics! (SKY1), Reflex (BBC) ... (read more)

Shane Richie has balanced a hugely successful forty year career between theatre, film & TV; and he has been a regular fixture on prime time television hosting such shows as Lucky Numbers (ITV), The Shane Richie Experience (ITV), Win, Lose or Draw (ITV), Don't Forget the Lyrics! (SKY1), Reflex (BBC) and Win Your Wish List (BBC) to name but a few.



His numerous TV drama credits include Oliver Twist (BBC), New Tricks (BBC), We're Doomed: The Dad's Army Story (BBC), What We Did on Our Holidays (ITV), The Good Samaritan (ITV), As Good As It Gets (ITV), Skins (CH4), Moving On (BBC), Minder (CH5), Redwater (BBC), Benidorm (ITV), and Claude (Disney).



Theatre credits include the London West End and Manchester production of Grease and One Flew over The Cuckoo's Nest for a National tour. He stared in the musical Scrooge, and in two American classics titled Lone Star and Private Wars at The Kings Head Theatre London. In February 2019 Shane stared as Hugo/ Loco Chanelle in Everybody's Talking about Jamie at The Apollo in London. At the Belgrade Theatre, he has also played the leads in Peter James thrillers The Perfect Murder and Not Dead Enough.



Shane co-wrote and co-produced the national UK tour of Boogie Nights which went on to a sell-out season at The Savoy Theatre in London's West End. Film roles include Macbeth (CH4), The Reverend (Burn Hand Film), Prisoners of the Sun (Miromar Entertainment) and Flushed Away (Dreamworks Animation). In 2002, Shane created the character of lovable rogue Alfie Moon in BBC One's Eastenders, a role which has earned him several industry awards and many accolades including Best Actor at the Rose d'Or Television Festival.