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  • Played Dakin "The History Boys" by Alan Bennett - UK tour (2006-7).
  • Played "the wolf" in "Sex, Chips and Rock n Roll" by Debbie Horsfield - Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester (2005).
  • Made his professional debut in "Loving Ophelia", a new play by Katherine Knowles - Pleasance Theatre, London (2004).
  • 2005, Short Film, Alfie, Hustle, NFS, Nic Shearer
  • 2005, Radio, Nicholas Leffe-Dover, The Leffe-Dovers (pilot), Dominic Frisbee
  • 2005, Stage, Corelli, Talking to Mr. Warner, Rob Swain
  • 2005, Stage, Jimmy Jesus, Blag, Simon Slater
  • 2004, Stage, Beckett - extracts from 'Murder in the Cathedral', Judi Dench and Friends, Kingston Rose Theatre, Joe Harmston
  • 2001, Stage, Alexander, The Dreaming, National Youth Music Theatre, Russell Labey
  • 2001, Television, Presenter, Disney Channel, Disney
  • 2000, Television, Presenter, S Club TV, 19, ITV
  • 1999, Stage, Anthony Ashley-Cooper, The Ragged Child, National Youth Music Theatre, Frank Whately
  • 1998, Radio, Steerforth/Uriah Heap, David Copperfield, BBC Radio
  • 1998, Stage, Various Roles, Andrew Lloyd Webber's 50th Birthday, National Youth Music Theatre, Steven Pimlott.
  • 1997, Stage, Drummer, Bugsy Malone, National Youth Music Theatre, Russell Labey / Jeremy James-Taylor
  • 1996, Stage, Ralph, The Ballad of Saloman Pavey, National Youth Music Theatre, Jeremy James-Taylor
  • 2003 Exposure: Co-directed with Frank Whately a biographical play based on Eadweard Muybridge's life (the great grandfather of the cam corder) Ben Barnes played Harry Larkins, a handsome adventurer who had an affair with Muybridge's wife, Flora. KUDOS (Kingston university drama on stage) team performed the play at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2003. Lawrence Speck as Muybridge, Abigail Deeley as Flora, Roger Kennedy as the defense lawyer.

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