Harry Farmer was born in Leytonstone, London and has garnered attention for his soulful and nuanced performances. Hailed by Ben Brantley, The New York Times chief theatre critic, as "compelling", "Beautifully modulated" and "A brave and talented young performer.", Farmer earned widespread acclaim for his portrayal of the titular character in the U.S. premier Phillip Ridley's "Tonight With Donny Stixx". The Production was named as a New York Times Critics Pick and Theatremania had this to say of Harry's performance: "Mr. Farmer delivers a visceral, breathtaking portrayal of Donny's tortured Psyche". In television and film he played the troubled outsider, Josh, in "Not This Again" (2017) which won an L.A. Film Award and the drunken trickster, Hank, in season two of 'Murder Book' (2016). He then went on to play a charming serial killer in "Coyote" (2018). He will be appearing as the roguish Sgt. Sam Zuck in Christopher Johnson's upcoming World War II drama "Journey to Royal", due for theatrical release in 2021.
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