His National Theatre credits include:
Russell in "Sparkleshark", a new play for young people by Philip Ridley
(1999), Chris in "Blue/ Orange" a new play by Joe Penhall
(also West End), and young Peer in Ibsen's "Peer Gynt", Romeo in Shakespeare's "Romeo & Juliet" (all 2000).
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I always thought of the play as a sequel to Romeo and Juliet. I think Shakespeare's so astute in his understanding of people being vulnerable, you know. And that love is so easy to corrupt. I think so many of Shakespeare's plays are about how fragile love is - how perfect and beautiful it is, but also how terrifying and easy to manipulate it is.
Went to Dulwich College, London