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Simon Butteriss

Simon Butteriss is an actor and writer, known for By the Sword Divided (1983), The Yeomen of the Guard (2006) and Ruddygore (2004). See full bio »

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By the Sword Divided
By the Sword Divided Hugh Brandon
The Yeomen of the Guard
Ruddygore Robin Oakapple / Sir Ruthven Murgatroyd
Ruddigore Robin Oakapple / Sir Ruthven Murgatroyd


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 2015 Draw on Sweet Night
 2009 Above Suspicion (TV Series)
Transvestite Singer
- Part 1 (2009) ... Transvestite Singer
 2008 She Stoops to Conquer (TV Movie)
 2006 H.M.S. Pinafore (Video)
The Rt. Hon. Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B.
 2006 The Pirates of Penzance (Video)
Major-General Stanley
 2006 The Yeomen of the Guard (Video)
Jack Point
 2006/I Falstaff (TV Movie)
Dr Cajus
 2005 Peter Warlock: Some Little Joy (TV Movie)
Bruce Blunt
 2005 Ruddigore (Video)
Robin Oakapple / Sir Ruthven Murgatroyd
 2005 H.M.S. Pinafore (Video)
Sir Joseph Porter, KCB / Sailor
 2005 The Sorcerer (Video)
John Wellington Wells
 2004 The Ghosts of Ruddigore (Video)
Kevin Murgatroyd
 2004 The Mikado (Video)
Ko-Ko / Tailor
 2004 Ruddygore (Video)
Robin Oakapple / Sir Ruthven Murgatroyd
 2004 The Gondoliers (Video)
 1999 Let Them Eat Cake (TV Series)
Coco Lebiche
- Murder (1999) ... Coco Lebiche
 1999 Topsy-Turvy
Mr. Lewis
 1995 The Marriage of Figaro (TV Mini-Series)
 1989 After the War (TV Mini-Series)
- Final Demands (1989) ... White
 1988 London's Burning (TV Series)
- Ding Dong Merrily (1988) ... Buttons
 1988 The Lenny Henry Show (TV Series)
- Back to My Roots (1988) ... Colin
 1983-1985 By the Sword Divided (TV Series)
Hugh Brandon
- Fateful Days (1985) ... Hugh Brandon
- Escape (1985) ... Hugh Brandon
- Witch Hunt (1985) ... Hugh Brandon
- Cromwell at Arnescote (1985) ... Hugh Brandon
- Conflicts (1985) ... Hugh Brandon
 1984 Goodbye Mr. Chips (TV Mini-Series)
- Episode #1.4 (1984) ... Bradley
 1982 Stalky & Co. (TV Mini-Series)
- The Last Term (1982) ... Dickson
- A Little Prep (1982) ... Dickson
- Slaves of the Lamp (1982) ... Dickson
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Show Show Self (5 credits)

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Other Works:

He acted in Stephen Sondheim's musical, "Sweeney Todd," at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London, England with Denis Quilley, Sheila Hancock, Andrew C. Wadsworth, John Aron, and Oz Clarke in the original London cast. Harold Prince was director. See more »

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