The Three Musketeers and the Princess of Spain


The Three Musketeers and the Princess of Spain

Paul Trussell

Theatre credits include: One on One Festival (Ampersand / BAC); I Caught Crabs in Walberswick (the Bush / Hightide Festival); A Man for All Seasons (York Theatre Royal); Mouse (Underbelly, Edinburgh); Pompey the Great (Shakespeare’s Globe); Twelfth Night (Bolton Octagon Theatre); A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Golden Ass (Shakespeare’s Globe); It’s a Great Big Shame (Theatre Royal, Stratford East); Tender Mercies (Riverside Studios); Les Liaisons dangereuses (Royal Shakespeare Company); Bloody Poetry (The Young Vic); Marya (The Old Vic); Talk of the Devil (the Old Red Lion); Sam and Sarah Dress Up (Red Raw Theatre Company) and West (Edinburgh Festival).

Television and filmcredits include: EastEnders E20 (BBC); The King’s Speech (the Weinstein Company); Teenage Kicks (ITV); Linked (Bona Fide Films); The Bill (Talkback Thames); The (Live) Bill (Talkback Thames); A Refugee (Rick Leaf ); Sam’s Game (Tandem TV); My Family (DLT Entertainment); Me and Gran (GC Pictures); Big Meg Little Meg (Granada Television); Maisie’s Catch (Tall Stories); Up Yours (Rick Stroud); A Many Splintered Thing (Lucky Dog); Holby City (BBC Television); The Railway Children (Catherine Moorshead); Cry Wolf (Alomo); Vanishing Man (Harbour Pictures); Titanic Town (Titanic Town Limited); Crime Traveller (Carnival Films); Wexford / Simisola (Blue Heaven Productions); Bugs (Carnival Films); Secrets and Lies (Thin Man Films / London Film Festival); Cadfael (Rick Stroud); So Haunt Me (Cinema Verity); The Chief (Anglia Television); Sharpe (Celtic Films); Life Is Sweet (Thin Man Films) and Tealeaf on the Roof (BBC Schools).

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