MABEL AITKEN

London Theatre Program
Trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Musica and Drama and then Goldsmiths University. Since then her theatre work has included The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (Southwark Playouse), The Slab Boys Trilogy (Young Vic), The Life of Stuff (Donmar), and at the Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh, The Crucible, Uncle Vanya (for which she received an Ian Charleson Award Commendation), Midsummer Night’s Dream (for which she received the Royal Lyceum’s Shakespeare Award), Shining Souls, Mirandolina; while her television work includes Sea of Souls, The Key, Glasgow Kiss, My Family (for BBC), The Book Group and Coming Soon (Channel 4). Mabel has also been involved in the creation of several dance pieces and sound installations. Previous teaching includes Shakespeare Workshops for the Film and Media Centre and tutoring for East 15 Drama College.

MICK BARNFATHER

London Theatre Program, Midsummer in Oxford Program, Midsummer Conservatory Program
Is a key member of Theatre de Complicite. Trained with Desmond Jones, Philippe Gaulier and Monika Pagneux. For Theatre de Complicite he has performed in Light at the Almeida Theatre, Ionesco’s The Chairs at the Royal Court Theatre and on Broadway, The Visit, Food and Stuff, Please Please Please and The Lives of Lucie Cabrol which had two seasons at the Shaftesbury Theatre and went on tour in the UK and Europe, Chicago and at the Lincoln Centre in New York. His other Productions include Master Puntilla at the Almeida Theatre and The Dove at the Croydon Warehouse. He has worked with Toucan Theatre Company, directed plays for the Hot House Theatre and appeared many times on television.

IRINA BROWN

London Theatre Program, Midsummer in Oxford Program
Born and educated in St Petersburg. From 1996-99 she was Artistic Director of The Tron, Glasgow, 2007-11 joint Artistic Director of Natural Perspective Theatre Company with Timberlake Wertenbaker.  Other opera work includes Prokofiev’s original version of War and Peace (2010 world premiѐre, Scottish Opera/RSMAD), Bird of Night (2006 world premiѐre, Royal Opera House), Donnerstag aus Licht (ROH), Boris Godunov (ROH, L’Opéra de Monte and St Petersburg’s Mariinsky Theatre) and Dido and Aeneas (Royal Academy of Music). Theatre work includes Vagina Monologues (West End and National Tour); Zinnie Harris’s Further than the Furthest Thing (world premiére, National Theatre, Tron, Tricycle and tour); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Southern Shakespeare Festival) and A Sound of Music (West Yorkshire Playhouse).

JAMES BUNDY

Midsummer in Oxford Program
Dean of the Yale School of Drama and Artistic Director of the Yale Repertory Theatre. Formerly Artistic Director of Great Lakes Theatre Festival, Associate Producing Director of The Acting Company and Managing Director of Cornerstone Theatre Company. He directs at Yale and many of the leading Shakespeare Festivals, recently directing Paul Giamatti in the title role of Hamlet.

CHRISTOPHER COOK

Is a broadcaster and journalist who has written, presented and produced many arts, feature and documentary programmes for Radios 2,3,4 including Kaleidoscope and Critics Forum and the World Service. He has produced and researched several documentary programmes for television including Camerons Country, The Philpott File and Yesterday’s Witness for the BBC and The Writing on the Wall for Channel 4. Publications: The Lion and the Dragon: British Voices from the China Coast (Hamish Hamilton 1985), the Dilys Powell Reader (OUP 1991) and Genetics & Health co-authored with Dr. Ron Zimmern (Nuffield Trust 2000).

PHILIP D’ORLEANS

London Theatre Program, Midsummer Conservatory Program
Has spent the past five years teaching stage combat at RADA and the Drama Studio in London. He has conducted stage combat workshops in locations as diverse as Germany, Spain, Finland, and the United States. He has worked as the fight director for dozens of professional productions, including Julius Caesar and I’ll Be the Devil with the Royal Shakespeare Company, Piano/Forte at the Royal Court Theatre, Breakfast With Mugabe at the Theatre Royal Bath, and Macbeth with the Oxford Shakespeare Company. Philip is a fight examiner for the British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat, Stage Combat Deutschland, and the Irish Dramatic Combat Academy.

MARCELLE DAVIES

London Theatre Program, Midsummer Conservatory Program
Has worked for 14 years as Head of Movement at the Poor School. She also teaches for Syracuse University and The London Centre for Theatre Studies. Has worked as an actress, clown and acrobat and since 1990 as a movement director. She has worked at Rose Bruford, The London School of Theatre Studies and RADA, teaching fundamental movement, early dance, animal study and mask as well as production-related movement direction. She has worked for BADA since 1995 in London and in Oxford.

ANDREW DICKSON

London Theatre Program
Andrew Dickson is an author, journalist and critic. A former arts editor at the Guardian, he writes regularly for the paper, and his essays and reviews have also appeared in The New Yorker and the New Statesman. His new book about Shakespeare's global influence, Worlds Elsewhere: Journeys Around Shakespeare's Globe, is out now in paperback, and he is also the author of The Globe Guide to Shakespeare, which came out in a revised edition in 2016. He appears regularly as a broadcaster for the BBC, and blogs at worldselsewhere.com.

PAOLA DIONISOTTI

London Theatre Program, Midsummer in Oxford Program
Born in Italy before moving to England where she was educated and trained. She has worked extensively in repertory, West End, classical and alternative theatre, most recently for the RSC in their Nations at War season in the Swan Theatre. Other theatre work includes If Destroyed True (Chocolate Factory in London and tour). Paola won Actress of the Year Award 2000 for her lead role in Further than the Furthest Thing by Zinnie Harris directed by Irina Brown, (Tricycle Theatre, RNT and tour of South Africa). She has starred in many productions for the National Theatre and RSC. These include Ninagawa’s Peer Gynt, Measure for Measure, The Taming of the Shrew, Moscow Gold (RSC) and The Goldoni Triology and Richard II (National). She has also starred in The Relapse (The Chichester Festival), King Lear (Old Vic), Camino Real (Young Vic) and The Entertainer with Corin Redgrave (Liverpool Playhouse). She directed Two Sisters and a Piano for the Riverside Studios. Movies include The Sailor’s Return, Sakharov,Les Miserables, The Tichbourne Claimant, Cheerful Weather for the Wedding and TV includes Forever Green, Harbour Lights, and Midsummer Murders.

MICHAEL DOBSON

London Theatre Program
Professor of Shakespeare Studies at Birkbeck College, University of London and has taught at Surrey, Oxford, Peking, Harvard, UCLA, Indiana, Northwestern and Illinois Universities. He comments regularly on Shakespeare and performance for BBC radio, The London Review of Books, and Around the Globe. Acting/directing credits include The Winter's Tale (with Sam West and Patrick Marber) and Henry VIII (Steppenwolf).

LYNN FARLEIGH

London Theatre Program
Lynn has appeared in numerous productions at the Royal Shakespeare Company, the National Theatre, the Tricycle Theatre and Southampton Rep and starred on Broadway in The Homecoming. Film and TV work includes Pride and Prejudice, two series of Wycliffe and A Fairytale: A True Story.

PETER FRANCIS JAMES

Midsummer in Oxford Program
Graduate and associate of RADA and teacher at Yale School of Drama. Theatre productions include The Lady from Dubuque which opened the Signature Theatre on Broadway, having previously been in the same play with Dame Maggie Smith in London; The Merchant of Venice on Broadway; Colin Powell in David Hare’s Stuff Happens (Public Theater - OBIE, Lucille Lortel, and Drama Desk Awards). Other theatre credits include: On Golden Pond, Drowning Crow, Judgment at Nuremberg (Broadway), August Wilson’s Gem of the Ocean (Mark Taper, L.A), House of Flowers (Encores!), the Baron in Suzan-Lori Park’s Venus (Public), Claire in The Maids (CSC - OBIE Award), Jupiter in Amphityron (CSC), Scent of the Roses with Julie Harris, Jean in Miss Julie (McCarter), and A.R. Gurney’s Buffalo Gal (Williamstown). His many roles in Shakespeare include: Othello in Othello, (Baltimore Center Stage), Oberon in Sir Peter Hall’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Ahmanson), Coriolanus in Coriolanus (McCarter) Don Pedro in Much Ado About Nothing (Central Park), Pisanio in Cymbeline (RSC/TFANA). Film and television credits include: The Losers, The Rebound, The Messenger, Joe Gould’s Secret, The Rosa Parks Story with Angela Bassett, Oz, Gossip Girl, Kings, Simple Justice, The Ruby Bridges Story, The Wedding, Third Watch, Guiding Light, and all three Law & Order series.

DAVID FREEMAN

London Theatre Program
 

LYN GARDNER

London Theatre Program
Is a British theatre critic, writer and journalist, who works for The Guardian. A graduate in Drama and English at Kent University, she was a founding member of the City Limits cooperative. Before joining The Guardian she reviewed theatre for a London listings magazine. Gardner is a writer of children's novels, the earliest being Into the Woods (2006) and Out of the Woods (2010), both illustrated by Mini Grey and published by David Fickling Books. ISFDB catalogues it as the Storm Eden series. She has written 6 further children's novels for Nosy Crow, known as the Stage School Series, based around a young girl named Olivia attending Stage School.

NIGEL GEARING

London Theatre Program
Educated at Cambridge University Nigel gained a BA and MA in English. He won the Power scholarship to the university of Michigan where he gained an MA in English and American studies. Nigel is an award-winning playwright – writing for stage, film and television – his awards include Winner of Best Film at the Berlin Film Festival. Nigel also translates French plays into English. He teaches Playwriting and English to the Drama MA students at Royal Holloway College, Marymount and Kings College London.

JOHN GORRIE

Midsummer in Oxford Program
John has written and directed extensively for the BBC and PBS, including Edward VII, Lillie, Rumpole of the Bailey, The Ruth Rendell Mysteries, Sherlock Holmes, Coronation Street, Eastenders, three Shakespeare plays for BBC TV and, recently, Cause Celebre with Helen Mirren.

SARAH HEMMING

London Theatre Program
Sarah Hemming writes and broadcasts about theatre. She has written features, columns and reviews for nearly all the major national newspapers in the UK and is currently theatre critic for the Financial Times. She was a founding editor of Scottish entertainment magazine The List.

JESSICA HIGGS

London Theatre Program
Trained in voice studies at the Central School of Speech and Drama and has worked for many years in theatre as an actor, musician and voice/singing coach in the West End, regional and fringe theatre, including Oliver and Toad of Toad Hall at the Old Vic. As a composer, she has devised music for plays, cabaret and theatre-in-education programmes. Jessica’s recent credits as a director include Mountain Language & Landscape in British Sign Language at the Oval House Theatre and Four Portraits – of Mothers at the Bridewell Theatre.

DAVID KENWORTHY

Midsummer Conservatory Program
Currently director of drama for Marlborough College and artistic director of Neutral Space Theatre Company which specialises in multi-lingual performance.  As a freelance director credits include The Country (Library Theatre Company);  The Possibilities (LTC) Macbeth (KESS company) and Damages (National Theatre Studio).  For Neutral Space The Piano Man; Romeo and Juliet; Folkestone and To See a Lamb.

JOE MYDELL

Midsummer in Oxford
Midsummer in Oxford '84 Trained at the New York University of the Arts and BADA (1984). His theatre experience includes Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, The Last Confession, and The Boys Next Door, (London's West End), The Tempest (Regent's Park), Medea(Broadway), and A Season in the Congo(The Young Vic).   Joe has starred in many productions with the Royal Shakespeare Company: Julius Caesar, As You Like It, Pericles, The Winter’s Tale, Twelfth Night, The Two Noble Kinsmen, Breakfast with Mugabe, Worlds Apart and Macbeth and the National Theatre: The Comedy of Errors, Edmond, Alice’s Adventures Underground, Angels in America, Perestroika (Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role) and Lyrics of the Hearthside (Edinburgh Fringe First). Most recent TV work includes Homeland, Midsummer Murders and The Missing. Radio credits include Light Shining in Buckinghamshire, Falco, Great Escape, Henry VIII and The Lost Boys. IMDb

ELLEN NEWMAN

London Theatre Program, Midsummer in Oxford Program
Formerly Head of Voice at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, where she was a Senior Voice teacher from 1995. She has been a Voice Coach with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the National Theatre, and in London's West End.   Ellen has also acted on Broadway, off-Broadway and in US regional theatres, at the Kennedy Center and the Folger Shakespeare Theatre in Washington DC, and in London's West End. She holds an MA in Theatre Theory and Criticism, has been a tenured Associate Professor at the Ohio State University, and has been on the theatre faculties of Cornell University and Ithaca College.

PIPPA NIXON

London Theatre Program
Pippa Nixon trained at Manchester School of Theatre. She has had numerous roles in film and television as well as recording drama for BBC Radio, but she is best known for her critically acclaimed theatre work. During her early successful stage career, Nixon took on a mixture of roles in both contemporary and classical writing. In 2011, after stints at Shakespeare’s Globe where she was commended in the Ian Charleson Awards for her portrayal of Jessica in The Merchant of Venice, Nixon moved to the Royal Shakespeare Company to take on a number of lead roles. Other theatre roles include Ophelia in Hamlet; Rosalind in As You Like It, and Titania in A Midsummer Night’s Dream for the RSC. Also for the RSC: Days of Significance, King John and Cardenio. Other theatre work includes Bea, Joe Guy, The Zoo Reading (Soho Theatre); Timon of Athens, Holding Fire! (Globe); The Trestle At Pope Lick Creek (Belfast/Tour); The Method (Oval House); Balm in Gilead Masterpieces (50th Anniversary Season) (Young Vic); and Reading (Royal Court).

PAUL O’MAHONY

London Theatre Program
Paul is an actor, writer, director and producer. He is the artistic director of Out of Chaos with whom he has devised, written, and performed Out of Chaos, UNMYTHABLE, and Norsesome. Out of Chaos have toured throughout the world, winning awards in Bilbao, Berlin, and Edinburgh. Their recently premiered two-man production of Macbeth will be touring again in 2017. Theatre credits include several seasons at The Orange Tree; Othello (RSC); The Taming of the Shrew (Plymouth Theatre Royal); Suppliants (BAC); Ice (ETO); Next Door (Out of Balanz); and Under the Hammerbeam Roof (ETO). He has toured the US with Actors From the London Stage, appearing in A Midsummer Night's Dream (2010), Much Ado About Nothing (2014) and Richard III (2016). In 2015, Paul was Eminent Artist in residence at the University of Wyoming, in which capacity he directed Much Ado About Nothing. With Richard Twyman, he translated and adapted three Greek tragedies to create The House of Atreus (Barbican). Paul is associate producer at Jermyn Street Theatre where credits include All That Fall, St John's Night, and Mother Adam. He studied Classics at Oxford, where he was awarded an Ancient History Scholarship, a Cawkwell Scholarship and two Cawkwell Prizes.

MADELEINE POTTER

London Theatre Program, Midsummer in Oxford Program
Madeleine Potter is an actress and director residing in London. She has dual Irish and American citizenship, and most recently appeared in The Glass Menagerie (Fords Theatre, 2016). Her London credits include Electra and The Internationalist (Gate Theatre), 4:48 Psychosis (Royal Court), After Mrs Rochester, Madame Melville, An Ideal Husband (West End), All My Sons, Southwark Fair (National Theatre), Broken Glass (Tricycle), The Waters Edge (Arcola). Her Broadway credits include Plenty, Slab Boys, Metamorphoses, Coastal Disturbances, The Master Builder, The Crucible, A Little Hotel On the Side. Other NY credits include Pygmalion (Roundabout), Richard III (NYSF), Playboy of the Western World and many more. Madeleine’s film credits include The Bostonians, Slaves of New York, The Golden Bowl and The White Countess, all for Merchant Ivory; recent television includes Foyles War, Houdini and Mr Selfridge (2016) in which she played Elizabeth Arden. She has taught for BADA (since 2002), and FSU, and she has directed for MMU, Rose Bruford and Synergy Theatre Project. Madeleine is a member of the Actors Studio.

ROBERT PRICE

Midsummer in Oxford Program
A former Senior Voice and Classical Text Tutor at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.  He has also taught and directed at RCSSD, The Lir, BADA, Arts Ed and East 15. Prior to becoming a teacher Robert had a worked as an actor in Ireland performing regularly at the Abbey and Gate Theatres and for many of Dublin's independent Theatre companies. He is the artistic director of Lubkinfinds Theatre Company for whom he directed Elizabeth Kuti’s plays Fishskin Trousers and The Broken Token. He currently works as a voice and text teacher at Lamda.

BRIAN RIDGERS

London Theatre Program
Brian Ridgers has been teaching theatre and literature to American study abroad students as well as English Undergraduates for the last sixteen years. He specialises in Shakespeare and Elizabethan Literature, Modern Theatre as well as Victorian Literature.

EUNICE ROBERTS

London Theatre Program, Midsummer in Oxford Program, Midsummer Conservatory Program
Trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre and has a wide professional acting experience in theatre and television. She is an Associate Director of Actors From The London Stage touring with them seven times in Shakespeare around America. Eunice is UK Liaison Director for Shakespeare at Notre Dame and has been Visiting Director of Theatre at Vassar College and has worked at Santa Monica College and the University of Texas, Austin. Eunice has written & produced her own one woman show; Wonderful Women as well as a devised piece …one, two, three… based on Twelfth Night. She recently was Producer for the embedded recorded time for the new Norton online edition of the Complete Works of Shakespeare – 69 scenes, from 23 plays with 26 actors, this is to be released in 2015. She has worked for BADA since 2006 in London and Oxford.

JACKIE SNOW

London Theatre Program, Midsummer in Oxford Program
Trained as a dancer and dance teacher and choreographer, and subsequently trained at the Guildhall School as teacher of movement for actors and is a Member of the American Academy of Dance. She has also taught ballet, Graham Technique and Gymnastics. She currently teaches movement at Manchester Metropolitan University. Was Head of Movement at RADA for eight years and prior to this taught at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and LAMDA. She was Master of Movement for the Globe Theatre. She supervised the Movement for a production of Twelfth Night at the Open Air Theatre in Regents Park, the National Theatre’s production of Further than the Furthest Thing and for The Lost Boy for the BBC. Jackie’s book Movement Training for Actors was published in 2012.

BOIKA SOKOLOVA

London Theatre Program
Boika is a specialist Shakespeare Professor, writer and lecturer, a member of the International Shakespeare Association, a Founder Member of the European Society for the Study of Shakespeare in Europe and was a Member of the Board of the European Society for the Study of English (ESSE). She has been a Visiting Lecturer at the Universities of Surrey, Middlesex University and Royal Holloway. She is currently an Adjunct Professor for the University of California's London Programme, a Research Fellow at Birbeck College and an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Notre Dame's London Programme.

ADRIENNE THOMAS

London Theatre Program
Educated at Oxford and Central School of Speech and Drama Adrienne teaches Voice at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, Philips Exeter Academy (New Hampshire USA), The Arts Educational School, Mountview Theatre School, Drama Centre, London Centre for Theatre Studies and Central School of Speech and Drama. She has also trained as an actress and has worked with directors such as Michael Bogdanov and Stephen Daldry for the English Shakespeare Company and at the Royal Court.

JOHN TUCKER

London Theatre Program, Midsummer in Oxford Program
Is at the forefront of contemporary theatre, TV and film voicework in Britain today. He trains actors, musical theatre singers, physical theatre performers and pop singers. Clients in John Tucker’s studio include Bishi, Emily Bruni, Kathryn Drysdale, William Houston, Niall McGregor, Mary Nighy, Sophie Okonedo, Beth Orton, Diana Quick, Toby Stephens, Indira Varma and Jean-Paul Zaccarini. John has prepared his clients for performances at the Donmar Warehouse, the Edinburgh Festival, the National Theatre, the South Bank Centre, the Old Vic Theatre, the Royal Shakespeare Company, the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, ABC television and international film production. In May 2007 and 2008, John was the voice coach for the HighTide Festival in Suffolk. He coached Adam Brace's Stovepipe, which transferred to the National Theatre in 2009. In the autumn of 2007, John taught singing as part of the BBC’s new television series Classical Star. John is a member of the British Voice Association and the American Voice and Speech Trainers Association. He recently published an article 'Breaching the Ultimate Cultural Divide' in the American journal Voice and Speech Review. John has taught at the Central School of Speech and Drama and Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London. Also teaches voice at the Drama Centre London.

ANDREW WADE

Midsummer in Oxford Program
Head of Voice at the Royal Shakespeare Company from 1990 – 2003 and Assistant Head of Voice from 1987-90. He directed and devised a number of poetry programs and conferences with the legendary Cecily Berry. Since leaving the RSC in 2003, Andrew works predominately in the US leading Master Classes and Workshops, as well as coaching with theatre companies and actors. He has particular links with the Stella Adler Studio in NYC, Delaware University, the National Theater School in Montreal, The Juilliard School and with the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, where he has coached Antony and Cleopatra, Comedy of Errors, Othello, As You Like It, Hamlet and Merchant of Venice. Other work includes Verse Consultant on the film Shakespeare in Love and voice coach on A Midsummer Night’s Dream and The Taming of the Shrew (TFANA); Matilda (Broadway); Lord of the Rings (Montreal and London); La Traviata (ENO), A Misummer Night’s Dream and Clay Cart (Oregon Shakespeare Festival) Henry V (Guthrie Theatre) Macbeth and Romeo and Juliet (co-production with The Acting Company). Publications include “Working Shakespeare”, a series on voice and text work with Helen Hunt, Samuel L Jackson, Toby Stevens, Clare Danes, Blythe Danner, Emily Watson and introduced by Jeremy Irons. He is currently working on “Shakespeare Experience”, editions of Shakespearean recordings, plus audio excerpts with contemporary actors.

ZOE WAITES

London Theatre Program, Midsummer in Oxford Program
Trained at RADA and has many years of experience working in theatre and television. Recent theatre roles include Goneril to Jonathan Pryce’s Lear in King Lear; Mrs Klein and The Play About The Baby (Almeida Theatre); Jeanne in Trevor Nunn’s production of Bird Song, Mrs Elvsted in Hedda Gabler (Theatre Royal Bath); Fanny, Snevellicci and Madeline in Nicholas Nickleby, which toured the UK and London’s West End. Other theatre productions including King Lear, The Scarlet Letter and Pravda (Chichester Festival Theatre); White Devil (The Lyric Theatre) and Antigone (Royal Albert Hall). Her productions with the Royal Shakespeare Company include Twelfth Night; Othello and Night of the Soul. For TV, her BBC productions include The Other Boleyn Girl and Love in a Cold Climate.

SUSANNAH WISE

London Theatre Program
Recent plays include Rabbit, the Brits Off Broadway festival in New York, Festen (Lyric), The Unthinkable (Sheffield Crucible), When Harry Met Sally (Theatre Royal), Three Sisters, Sanctuary (RSC) and The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (National). TV: The IT Crowd, Holby City, Midsomer Murders, Kavanagh QC, As You Like It, Dalziel & Pascoe, The Tenant of Wildfell Hall and Peep Show.

LEO WRINGER

London Theatre Program, Midsummer in Oxford Program
Leo went to the Guildhall School of Music and Drama where he was awarded the Shakespeare Prize. His classical work includes: Michael Grandage’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Noel Coward Theatre; Blackta for Young Vic; Fool in King Lear with the late Corin Redgrave as Lear, Prince of Verona in Romeo and Juliet directed by Peter Gill, and Duke of Ephesus doubled with Doctor Pinch in Tim Supple’s production of Comedy of Errors – all for the RSC. For Shakespeare At The Tobacco Factory, Bristol, he played Brutus in Julius Caesar, Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew, Aaron the Moor in Titus Andronicus and the title role in Othello – director Andrew Hilton; Camillo in The Winters Tale for Complicité; Cinna The Poet in Julius Caesar at the Barbican, then King Of Athens in Fiona Shaw’s Medea in Dublin and West End, both productions directed by Deborah Warner. Among the modern work he’s played in: Perseverance Drive, Sixty-Six Books & Two Horsemen – all at the Bush Theatre, the latter achieving a Time Out Award; Zinnie Harris’s The Wheel for National Theatre of Scotland, directed by Vicky Featherstone; and Search and Destroy at the Royal Court directed by Stephen Daldry. Film and TV credits include: Nighthawks, Death in Paradise, The Kitchen Toto, Silent Witness, Judge John Deed, Canterbury Tales, Casualty, Law and Order, Rebus, and the role of Thomas Peters in Simon Schama’s Rough Crossing.