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Ed is also a well-known stage actor and director in London. He directed Een Hond Begraven which won a Time Out award for best play on the London fringe, and also Happy Yet, a medley of short plays by George Feydeau. He has often appeared in plays at the Battersea Arts Centre, most recently impersonating the footballer Jackie Charlton in the ... See full bio »
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Emma
Emma Mr. Martin
(1996)
Enigma
Enigma Bletchley Brain
(2001)
The Jolly Boys' Last Stand
The Jolly Boys' Last Stand Keith 'Bullit' Bayfield
(2000)

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 2001 Enigma
Bletchley Brain
 2000 The Jolly Boys' Last Stand
Keith 'Bullit' Bayfield
 2000 Harbour Lights (TV Series)
Gerry Green
- No More Heroes (2000) ... Gerry Green (as Ed Woodall)
 2000 The 10th Kingdom (TV Mini-Series)
Fairfax Peep
- Episode #1.6 (2000) ... Fairfax Peep
- Episode #1.5 (2000) ... Fairfax Peep
- Episode #1.4 (2000) ... Fairfax Peep
 1999 Oliver Twist (TV Mini-Series)
Man in street
 1996 Cold Lazarus (TV Mini-Series)
Ted
- Episode #1.3 (1996) ... Ted
 1996 Emma
Mr. Martin

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: Plays Chorus of Tramps in "Theatre of Blood" play by Lee Simpson and Phelim McDermott, based on the MGM-Sam Jaffe-Harbor Prods. film (idea by Stanley Mann and John Kohn, screenplay by Anthony Greville-Bell) (National Theatre, London, England, UK). See more »

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Works as movement teacher at The Oxford School of Drama.

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