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  • He played Marban & Maitland in "The Romans In Britain" by Howard Brenton at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield from 2nd to 25th February, 2006. The director was Samuel West.
  • He played Simon in "Hay Fever" by Noël Coward at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London from 11th April to 5th August, 2006. The director was Peter Hall.
  • He played Claudio in William Shakespeare's play, "Much Ado About Nothing", at the Theatre Royal in Bath from 29th June to 6th August, 2005. The director was Peter Hall.
  • He played Orlando in William Shakespeare's play "As You Like It" - Rose Theatre, Kingston (30th November to 18th December 2004)/ Ahmanson Theatre, LA /Curran Theater, San Fransisco/ Harvey Theater, Brooklyn Academy of Music, NYC (2005). The director was Peter Hall.
  • He played Nicky Lancaster in Noël Coward's play "The Vortex" at the Apollo Theatre in London from Wednesday 20th February 2008 to Saturday 7th June 2008. The director was Peter Hall.
  • He played Charles Dickens in a radio series entitled "Dickens Confidential". It was broadcast by BBC Radio 4. The first episode, "Gangs of London", was written by Mike Walker and directed by David Hunter. It aired on Monday 9th June 2008. The second episode, "The Man who robbed the Bank of England", was broadcast on Monday 16th June 2008. The third episode, "Dickens and Dizzy", (Monday 23rd June 2008), was written by Deborah Davis and directed by Tracey Neale. The fourth episode, "The Deal", was written by Rob Kinsman and directed by David Hunter. It aired on Monday 30th June 2008. The fifth episode, "Murder in the Red Barn", was written by Mike Walker and directed by Tracey Neale. It was broadcast on Monday 7th July 2008. The final episode, "Why are we in Afghanistan?", was written by Mike Walker and directed by Tracey Neale. It aired on Monday 14th July 2008.
  • He played "Sam Greenwood" in "The Tennis Court", a radio play written by Jonathan Smith. This was broadcast by BBC Radio 4 on Saturday 19th January 2008.
  • He played the title role in the Marlowe Dramatic Society's production of William Shakespeare's tragedy, "Macbeth" at the Cambridge Arts Theatre from Tuesday 26th February to Saturday 2nd March 2002.
  • He narrated the audio book of Dugald A. Steer's "The Dragon's Eye". This book was published by Orion Audiobooks in April 2007.
  • He played Peregrine in a radio adaptation of Anthony Trollope's novel, 'Orley Farm'. This was broadcast by BBC Radio 4 in three parts on Sunday 28th December 2008, Sunday 4th January 2009 and Sunday 11th January 2009.
  • He played Duval in 'The Lady of the Camellias'. This was broadcast by BBC Radio 4 between Monday 2nd and Friday 6th February 2009.
  • (2004) He acted in the Peter Hall Company production of William Shakespeare's play, "As You Like It", at the Rose of Kingston Theatre in London, England with Rebecca Hall, Michael Siberry, James Laurenson, Philip Voss and Rebecca Callard in the cast.
  • (2005) He acted in Peter Hall Company production of William Shakespeare's play, "Much Ado About Nothing," at the Theatre Royal in Bath, England in a Peter Hall Company production with Michael Siberry, Greta Scacchi, Olivia Darnley, Charles Edwards, Janet Greaves, Aden Gillett, Janie Dee, Philip Voss, Ifan Meredith, Sam Kelly, Edward Fox, Diana Quick, Sinead Matthews, Ryan Kiggell, Matthew Dunphy, Nancy Carroll, Ken Bones, William Chubb, Michael Mears, James Laurenson, Alan Dobie, Richard Dormer, and Terence Rigby in the cast. Thea Sharrock and Peter Hall were directors.
  • (2005) He acted in Peter Hall Company production of Noel Coward's play, "Private Lives," at the Theatre Royal in Bath, England in a Peter Hall Company production with Michael Siberry, Greta Scacchi, Olivia Darnley, Charles Edwards, Janet Greaves, Aden Gillett, Janie Dee, Philip Voss, Ifan Meredith, Sam Kelly, Edward Fox, Diana Quick, Sinead Matthews, Ryan Kiggell, Matthew Dunphy, Nancy Carroll, Ken Bones, William Chubb, Michael Mears, James Laurenson, Alan Dobie, Richard Dormer, and Terence Rigby in the cast. Thea Sharrock and Peter Hall were directors.
  • (2005) He acted in Peter Hall Company production of Samuel Beckett's play, "Waiting for Godot," at the Theatre Royal in Bath, England in a Peter Hall Company production with Michael Siberry, Greta Scacchi, Olivia Darnley, Charles Edwards, Janet Greaves, Aden Gillett, Janie Dee, Philip Voss, Ifan Meredith, Sam Kelly, Edward Fox, Diana Quick, Sinead Matthews, Ryan Kiggell, Matthew Dunphy, Nancy Carroll, Ken Bones, William Chubb, Michael Mears, James Laurenson, Alan Dobie, Richard Dormer, and Terence Rigby in the cast. Thea Sharrock and Peter Hall were directors.
  • (2005) He acted in Peter Hall Company production of George Bernard Shaw's play, "You Can Never Tell," at the Theatre Royal in Bath, England in a Peter Hall Company production with Michael Siberry, Greta Scacchi, Olivia Darnley, Charles Edwards, Janet Greaves, Aden Gillett, Janie Dee, Philip Voss, Ifan Meredith, Sam Kelly, Edward Fox, Diana Quick, Sinead Matthews, Ryan Kiggell, Matthew Dunphy, Nancy Carroll, Ken Bones, William Chubb, Michael Mears, James Laurenson, Alan Dobie, Richard Dormer, and Terence Rigby in the cast. Thea Sharrock and Peter Hall were directors.
  • (2012) Starring on Broadway as Morris Townsend in The Heiress with Jessica Chastain (q.v.) and David Strathairn (q.v.)
  • (2006) He acted in Howard Brenton's play, "The Romans in Britain," at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England with Tom Mannion, Raad Rawi, Louis Dempsey and Mark Rice-Oxley in the cast. Samuel West was director.

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