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Andrew Pollard

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Phileas Fogg

For the New Vic: Peter Pan in Scarlet, Talent, Diana of Dobson’s, The Ladykillers, Ghosts, Around The World In Eighty Days (2013; 2014 co-production with Royal Exchange Theatre); Far from the Madding Crowd, Where Have I Been All My Life, Spring and Port Wine, The Admirable Crichton, The Rivals, Alphabetical Order and The Graduate.

At the New Vic: Medea, School for Scandal, Macbeth, King John and The Merry Wives (Northern Broadsides).

Theatre credits include: To Sir With Love (Birmingham Rep); Life’s A Drag (Contact Theatre); Hayfever, Sleeping Beauty, Babes in the Wood and Perfect Days (Oldham Coliseum); Arsenic and Old Lace, The Importance of Being Earnest and The Lonesome West (Keswick Theatre by the Lake); The Rivals (Theatre Royal Bath); A Night at the Bijou (Natural Theatre); Whose Dog Is It Anyway? (JB Shorts); Comedy of Errors
(Ludlow Shakespeare Festival); Puss in Boots, Robin Hood, Aladdin, Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, Mother Goose, Dick Whittington, Sleeping Beauty, Peter Pan (Greenwich Theatre); Search Light Over the Bemmy (Tobacco Factory); Cinderella (Halifax Victoria); Marat/Sade (Bristol Old Vic); The Picture of Dorian Gray (American Drama Group); Dick Whittington (Theatre Royal Northampton) and A Taste of Honey (Moffat Little Theatre Co.).

Television credits include: Trying Again (Sky One/Avalon); Coronation Street and Emmerdale (ITV); Coup (Channel 4); Jodie and Mary (ITN) and Spooks: Liberty (BBC/Kudos Television).

Radio credits include: Whose Sari Now (Radio 4).