Gethin Anthony

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Gethin Anthony
Born (1983-10-09) 9 October 1983 (age 31)
UK
Occupation Actor
Years active 2006–present

Gethin Anthony (born 9 October 1983) is an English actor. He has appeared in Ten Days to War and Doctors, and played Renly Baratheon in the HBO series Game of Thrones.

Education[edit]

Gethin attended Ashton Hayes Primary School, Ashton Hayes, Cheshire. He attended the Tiffin School in Kingston-Upon-Thames where he became Head Boy of the school in his final year.[citation needed] He later went on to return to the school as a part-time drama teacher and judge of school events such as House Drama.[citation needed] He received a Scholarship to the British American Drama Academy in London from July to August 2004, where he attended workshops given by Fiona Shaw, Alan Rickman, and Brian Cox.[citation needed] He has a tenor singing voice and he was also trained in African dance with Bode Lawal.[1] Anthony studied English Literature at Oxford University's Balliol College and was President of the Oxford University Dramatic Society, before training at London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.[2]

Career[edit]

He played Grigory[3] in Boris Godunov at the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon from November 2012 to March 2013.[4]

Works[edit]

Films
  • 2006 Pinochet's Last Stand as William Straw (TV movie)
  • 2008 Beyond the Rave as Noddy
  • 2009 Into the Storm as 1st Pilot (TV movie)
  • 2012 Dreck as Herb
  • 2014 Copenhagen as William


Television
Theatre
  • Theatre 503/Latitude's Carrot as Alex
  • Theatre Royal Northampton's In Praise of Love as Joey
  • High Tide/Old Vic Tunnels Ditch as James
  • Birmingham Rep Theatre's Cling To Me Like Ivy as Patrick
  • Hampstead Theatre's What Fatima Did as George
  • The Old Red Lion's Fairytale
  • Tristan Bates Theatre's Death of Cool as Richie
  • Old Vic's 24 Hour Plays
  • Old Fire Station's Some Voices as Ray
  • Oxford Playhouse's Cyrano de Bergerac as Cyrano
Radio
  • BBC Radio 4's "Small Acts of Kindness " as Charlie
  • BBC Radio 4's "Severed Threads" as Jones
  • Radiotastic's "The Minister of Chance" as Sutu
  • BBC's "Legsy Gets a Break" as John

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