Philip Voss

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Philip Voss
Born 1936 (age 76–77)
Leicester, Leicestershire, England, UK
Nationality British
Occupation Stage actor
Radio actor
Film actor
Television actor
Years active 1963–present

Philip Voss (born 1936 in Leicester, Leicestershire) is an English stage, radio, film and television actor. He has played small roles since the 1960s, but more notable ones include roles in such as the 1964 Doctor Who serial,[1] Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell, the 1981 Lord of the Rings radio series,[2] Indian Summer, an RSC 1996 revival of The White Devil, The Brides in the Bath, two plays in the Arkangel Shakespeare and a small role in an audio dramatisation of an Anton Chekov short story[3]), until more recently attaining a recurring role in the TV series Fish as Ivan Vishnevski. Other credits include a stint at the London Shakespeare Workout, two roles for the Shared Experience Company (in Three Sisters and The Seagull), and playing Serebryakov in a West End rendition of Anton Chekov's The Wood Daemon.

Acting career[edit]

Theatre[edit]

Radio[edit]

Television[edit]

Film[edit]

Recognition[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Doctor Who BBC Home. Retrieved March 2011
  2. ^ Philip Voss naxos.com. Retrieved March 201
  3. ^ The Black Monk BBC Radio 4. Retrieved March 2011

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