Inspector Hearne

Theatre includes: Mr Paravicini in The Mousetrap (St Martins Theatre); Untold Stories (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Spencer in The Wet House (Live Theatre / Soho Theatre); Reverend Tooker in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Richard in Breathing Country (UK Tour); Corvina in Volpone (Theatre Babel); Danvers Carue in Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde (Perth Theatre); Siegfried Sassoon in Not About Heros (Byre Theatre); Mr Mantolini in Nicholas Nickleby (Chichester Festival Theatre); Charles Money in Tales From Hollywood (Perth Theatre); Sebastian in The Tempest (Liverpool Theatre); Bracke in Hedda Gabler (Theatre Babel); Kenneth Tynan in Smoking With Lulu and Victor in Private Lives (Glasgow Citizens); Hortensio in Taming Of The Shrew (Royal Exchange); Dr Marsh in Learning To Love The Grey (Pleasance Edinburgh); Henry Lyppiatt in Present Laughter (Birmingham Rep); The Protagonist in Der Protagonist (BBC Symphony Orchestra); Edgar in King Lear (Leicester Haymarket/ Young Vic/ Tokyo Globe); Amphitryon in Amphitryon (Gate); Camille in A Flea In Her Ear (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Lyngstrand in Lady From The Sea (Glasgow Citizens); Falkland in The Rivals (Nottingham Playhouse); Don Juan in Don Gil Of The Green Breeches (Gate); Silvius in As You Like It (Old Vic); Edmund in King Lear (Renaissance Theatre); Oberon/ Theseus in Midsummer Nights Dream (World Tour); Leo in Design For Living (Sheffield Crucible); Emil Nolde in Unpainted Pictures (Union Theatre); Guy in A Chorus Of Disapproval (Cheltenham Everyman); Prince Henri de Conde in The Devils (Theatr Clwyd); Trofimov in The Cherry Orchard and Wolf in The Park (Sheffield Crucible); Sir William Davidson in Mary Stuart (Greenwich Theatre); Mr Martin in Bald Prima Donna (Sheffield Crucible); Octavius Robinson in Man And Superman (Glasgow Citizens); Jack in The Importance Of Being Earnest and Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night (Sheffield Crucible); Tom Jones in Tom Jones (Redgrave Theatre); German Soldier in Mephisto and Viscount Destaing in The Danton Affair (RSC Barbican); Captain Worthy in The Recruting Officer (Theatr Clwyd); James Joyce in Mr Joyce is Leaving Paris (Kings Head); George Orwell in Down And Out in Paris And London (Gate); and Barclay in Another Country (Queen’s Theatre).

Televsion includes: A Summer in Oxford, Mr Selfridge, Breathless, Modern Toss, Absolute Power, Swiss Toni, The Queen’s Nose, Ted & Ralph, Jonathan Creek, The Famous Five, The Fast Show, The Bill, Poirot, Coronation Street, Mapp And Lucia, By The Sword Divided, A Woman Of Substance; Dream Stuffing.