CAST

Mark Hadfield

Harold Wilson

Trained: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

Theatre includes: most recently; Seppings in Jeeves & Wooster Perfect Nonsense (Duke of York’s Theatre), Telyegin in Uncle Vanya (Vaudeville Theatre), Roscoe Dexter in Singin’ in the Rain (Palace Theatre), Trinculo in The Tempest (Theatre Royal, Bath), Vincent in The Painkiller (Lyric, Belfast), and The Baker in Into The Woods (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre-Olivier Award-Best Musical Revival 2011). For the National Theatre; The Hour We Knew Nothing Of Each Other, Grivet in Therese Raquin (WhatsOnStage.com and Olivier Award nomination for Best Supporting Performance), and A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Mark is an Associate Artist of the RSC and recent credits for them include Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Boyet in A Love’s Labour’s Lost, Gravedigger in Hamlet, Chaucer in The Canterbury Tales (Helen Hayes Award nomination for Best Leading Actor), Jubilee, Twelfth Night, The Seagull, The Two Gentlemen Of Verona, Bartholomew Fair, The Talk Of The City, The Winter’s Tale, The Comedy Of Errors, The Plain Dealer, The Plantagenets and Kissing The Pope. Other theatre in London includes: Rookery Nook and Talent (The Menier Chocolate Factory), Volpone and The Duchess Of Malfi (Greenwich Theatre), A Night At The Dogs (Soho Theatre), The Lion King (The Lyceum Theatre), The Danube and Amphytrion (The Gate), Twilight Of The Golds (Arts Theatre), By Many Wounds and Cracked (Hampstead Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing (The Queens Theatre), Becket (Haymarket Theatre), Romeo & Juliet (The Lyric, Hammersmith), Guys & Dolls (Prince of Wales Theatre), Snoopy The Musical (Duchess Theatre).

Regional theatre includes: Scrooge in A Christmas Carol (Nuffield Southampton), The Flooded Grave (Bush Theatre/Latitude Festival), Child Of The Snow/Two’s Company and Tom Foolery (Bristol Old Vic), The 39 Steps, Plough And The Stars and Peter Pan (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Man & Superman and Don Juan (The Peter Hall Company/Theatre Royal Bath), Anything Goes and The Taming Of The Shrew (Sheffield Crucible), Savage Amusement (Derby Playhouse).

Television includes: Stefan Lindeman in Wallander, Trollied, Law & Order, Doc Martin, Foyle’s War, The Vice, The Wyvern Mystery, People Like Us, Rhona, Cracker.

Film includes: A Girl’s Night Out, Hamlet, A Cock & Bull Story, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Felicia’s Journey, Century and In The Bleak Midwinter.

Radio and Audio books include: A High Wind In Jamaica, The Trial Of Ruth Ellis, The Talk Of The City, As You Like It, Hamlet, Romeo & Juliet, Fungus The Bogeyman, Bad Boy, Adrian Mole-The Prostrate Years (Shortlisted for the Man booker Prize-Best audio book 2010).

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