Pip Carter

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Pip Carter
Occupation Actor
Partner(s) Jessie Burton[citation needed]

Pip Carter is an English actor.

Career[edit]

He attended Sir Joseph Williamson's Mathematical School in Rochester, Kent. Before starting his professional career, Carter trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA)[1] where he appeared in productions of The Cosmonaut's Last Message..., Platonov, In The Jungle of Cities, The Good Soldier and Assassins.

Theatre[edit]

Carter's work in theatre includes: Present Laughter and The Hour We Knew Nothing Of Each Other[2] at the National Theatre, London. He also appeared in Howard Brenton's new play, Never So Good at the National Theatre, London.,[3] David Hare's new play Gethsemane, also at the National Theatre,[4] for which he was nominated as Best Supporting Actor in a Play in the Whatsonstage Theatregoers Choice Awards[5] and in The White Guard at the National Theatre, London[6] and Joseph K at the Gate Theatre, London. He appeared in Nina Raine's Tiger Country at the Hampstead Theatre in early 2011[7] and from November 2011 to January 2012 as Edward Thomas in Nick Dear's biographical play The Dark Earth and the Light Sky.[8]

Television[edit]

On television he has appeared in Party Animals (BBC Two) and John Adams (HBO). In 2011 he appeared as Wystan - the poet W. H. Auden - in BBC Two's drama Christopher and His Kind[9] about Christopher Isherwood's time in Berlin in the 30s. In 2014, he played Freddy Lagarde in Salting the Battlefield.

Film[edit]

In film, he appeared in The Devil's Wedding.

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