The Importance of Being Earnest


The Importance of Being Earnest

Simon Markey

Simon trained at RAMDA.

His theatre credits include: The Dresser (Mark Goucher Productions), Goodnight Mr Tom (Duke of Yorks Theatre/UK Tour), Man And Superman (NT), Fortune's Fool (Old Vic), Chariots Of Fire (Gielgud Theatre), The Madness Of George III (Theatre Royal Bath Productions), Season's Greetings (National Theatre), London Assurance (National Theatre), Time And The Conways (National Theatre), The Pitmen Painters (National Theatre), Her Naked Skin (National Theatre), Much Ado About Nothing (National Theatre), St Joan (National Theatre), The Alchemist (National Theatre), As You Like It (New Vic Theatre), Tom’s Midnight Garden (Manchester Library Theatre), The Invention Of Love (Theatre Royal), The London Cuckolds (National Theatre), The Prince’s Play (National Theatre), Wild Oats (National Theatre), The Importance Of Being Earnest (English Touring Theatre), The Two Gentlemen Of Verona (RSC/Duncan C Weldon).

His television credits include: Londongrad (Wind Catcher Productions), Affinity (Box TV), Dead Gorgeous (DG Productions), The Bill (Talkback Thames), Hear The Silence (Zenith North/Channel 5), Down To Earth (BBC Television), The Jury (Granada Television), Menace (Greenlit Productions/Channel 5), Fish (BBC/Principal Picture), The Secret World Of Michael Fry (Channel Four), Hornblower: The Even Chance (Meridian Broadcasting).

His film credits include: Born A King (Celtic BAK Film Ltd), The Hippopotamus (The Electric Shadow Company), The Life And Death Of Peter Sellers (Labrador Films).

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