16 February 1967 |
Matthew Cottle (Born 16 February 1967) is a British film, stage, radio and television actor.
Early life and career
Cottle's recent theatre includes A Small Family Business and The Habit of Art at the National Theatre. In the West End from January to April 2013 he played alongside Rowan Atkinson in Simon Gray's Quartermaine's Terms directed by Richard Eyre. He also appeared in A Chorus Of Disapproval directed by Trevor Nunn (Harold Pinter Theatre) and Comic Potential directed by Alan Ayckbourn (Lyric Theatre). Other theatre includes: Neighbourhood Watch (in Scarborough and New York), Racing Demon (Sheffield Crucible), Taking Steps ( Orange Tree, Richmond) and several tours and seasons at repertory theatres up and down the country.
Matthew has appeared as a regular in many successful television series including three series as Martin in the Bafta-nominated Game On. He has had recurring roles in Life Begins, Get Well Soon, A Perfect State, Taking the Floor and most recently, Citizen Khan. Other television roles include The Job Lot, Pramface, Man Down, Eastenders, Holby City and many more.