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  • He has narrated documentaries and audio books such as "Come Together" (with former This Life (1996) co-star Natasha Little), Kingsley Amis' "Lucky Jim", Alex Garland's "The Tesseract", "Remote Control", "Crisis Four" and "The 39 Steps" among others. He also often works on the radio, e.g. in "A Clockwork Orange" on BBC Radio 4 (in 1998) (with another former This Life (1996) co-star, Jason Hughes) and George Bernard Shaw's "Man and Superman" (with Ralph Fiennes, Juliet Stevenson and Judi Dench).
  • Starred as Tony in Neil Bartlett's production of Robin Maugham's "The Servant" at the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre in London (2001).
  • British TV commercials (voiceover) for Mastercard (2003).
  • Voice over on UK TV commercials for Counting Crows "Films About Ghosts: The Best Of" album. (2004)
  • Did the voice-over for the television previews of Spooks (2002) reading the tagline "MI5 not 9 to 5"
  • Radio commercials for Mastercard (2005)
  • Played Yakov Bardin in Gorky's "Enemies", in a new version by David Hare - Almeida Theatre, London, England, UK (June 2006).
  • Played Darlington in "Lady Windemere's Fan" by Oscar Wilde - Theatre Royal Haymarket, London (2002).
  • Played Toby Young in an adaptation of Young's memoir "How To Lose Friends and Alienate People" - Soho Theatre, London (2003).
  • (2006) He acted in David Hare's translation of Maxim Gorky's play, "Enemies," at the Almeida Theatre in London, England with Sean Chapman, Amanda Root, Amanda Drew, Patrick Godrey, Graham Turner, Edward Peel, Sean Gilder, and Stephen Noonan in the cast. Michael Attenborough was director.
  • (2002) He acted in Oscar Wilde's play, "Lady Windermere's Fan," in a Peter Hall Company production at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, England with Vanessa Redgrave, Joely Richardson, John McCallum, Googie Withers, and David Yelland in the cast.
  • (2011) Music video for "Called Out In The Dark" - Snow Patrol - Actor
  • (2001) He acted in Robin Maugham's play, "The Servant," at the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith, London, England with Michael Feast and Crispin Letts in the cast. Neil Bartlett was director.

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