Joshua McGuire

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Joshua McGuire
Born England
Occupation Actor

Joshua McGuire is an English television and stage actor.[1]

Career[edit]

McGuire graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art with a BA(Hons) in Acting.[2] Prior to graduation, he had been a member of Playbox Theatre Company, and was involved in minor radio dramas and Shakespearean productions.[citation needed]

While still a drama student, McGuire first came to attention for his role in the premiere of Laura Wade's satirical play Posh in which he portrayed a student member of the "Riot Club", a parody of the Bullingdon Club at Oxford University.[3]

He has made cameo appearances in a number of BBC sitcoms and drama series and is a cast member in the 2011 BBC Two series The Hour. He also starred as assistant to Stephen Fry's character in the comedy series The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff, a parody of Charles Dickens' works.[4][not in citation given]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2010 EastEnders: E20 Olly Manthrope-Hall 3 episodes
2010 Doctors James Neathercote 1 episode
2010 Misfits Ollie 1 episode
2011 - present The Hour Isaac Wengrow 6 episodes
2011 The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff Fearshiver 1 episode
2012 A Young Doctor's Notebook Even Younger Doctor 1 episode
2013 About Time Rory
2013 You, Me & Them Tim Walker 4 episodes
2014 Siblings Jack 1 episode
2014 Get Santa Filming

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Theatre Role
2001 King John Royal Shakespeare Company Arthur
2010 Posh Royal Court Theatre Guy Bellingfield
2010 Hay Fever Rose Theatre, Kingston Simon Bliss
2011 Hamlet Shakespeare's Globe Hamlet
2012 Posh Duke of York's Theatre Guy Bellingfield
2012-13 The Magistrate National Theatre Cis Farringdon
2014 Privacy Donmar Warehouse The Writer

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