The Grapes of Wrath

Frank Galati after John Steinbeck


The Grapes of Wrath

Christopher Timothy

Previously appeared at Chichester as Duke of Norfolk in Henry VIII or All Is True, Wishee-Washee in Aladdin, Rudolf Rassendyll/King Rudolf V in The Prisoner of Zenda, Chesney Allen in Underneath the Arches (and West End transfer), Trofimov in The Cherry Orchard, Juan Chavez in The Royal Hunt of the Sun (Festival Theatre) and Charles Staunton in Dangerous Corner (Minerva Theatre, Whitehall Theatre and UK tour).

Recent theatre credits include: Sprule in Tons of Money, Henry Windscape in Quartermaine’s Terms, Heroes and Lol in The Safari Party (UK tours); The Child Catcher in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Alhambra Theatre Bradford); David Bliss in Hay Fever, The Play What I Wrote and Chips with Everything (Broadway). Other theatre credits include: Dangerous to Know, Forty Years On, The Three Musketeers, Pop Larkin in The Darling Buds of May and Confusions (UK tours); Abanazer in Aladdin (Eastbourne); Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew (Farnham); Firk in The Shoemaker’s Holiday, Bri in A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (Leicester); Higgins in My Fair Lady  (Nottingham); Billy in Robinson Crusoe (also wrote and co-produced. Theatre Royal Brighton). West End credits include: Hibbert in Journey’s End, Walter Plinge in The Actor’s Nightmare, Bernard in Happy Birthday, Clive in See How They Run and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.

Television credits include: Doctors, All Creatures Great and Small, Casualty, Hamlet, Holby City, The Bill, Vets School, Vets in Practice, See How They Run, The Return of the Saint, Van Der Valk, Crown Court, Doctor at Large, Z-Cars, The Liver Birds, UFO, The Les Dawson Show, Three Sisters, Give Us a Clue, Twelfth Night, Woyzeck, The Moon Shines Bright on Charlie Chaplin, Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em, Murder Most English (Flaxborough Chronicles), and co-presented a week of live broadcasts for City Hospital from London’s St Thomas’ Hospital.

Films include: Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush, Othello, Eskimo Nell, Alfred the Great, The Virgin Soldiers.

He was Executive Producer of the film The Wanderer, co-produced and presented James Herriot’s Yorkshire and is currently recording a new series of the original James Herriot novels for CD Audio Book release.

Trained at Central School of Speech and Drama where he was awarded the John Gielgud Scholarship and the Laurence Olivier Prize.

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