Barnaby Kay

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Barnaby Kay
Born 1967 (age 48–49)

Barnaby Kay (born 1967) is a British actor noted for his roles in television, stage and film, and as a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company.[1]

Kay is the son of the late actor Richard Kay (1937 - 1985), and the grandson of entertainer Arthur Kay (died 1970).[1] He is married to fellow actor Nicola Walker, with whom he has a son, Harry.

Among other roles, Kay has appeared in New Tricks (2013 (Series 10)), Public Enemies (2011), Wuthering Heights (2009), Holby City (2008), Midsomer Murders (2005), Spooks (2004), Silent Witness (2002), Conspiracy (2001), Casualty (1999), Shakespeare in Love (1998), Croupier (1998),[2] Jonathan Creek (1997), Cracker (1996), Minder (1994).[1]

His theatre work includes A Streetcar Named Desire at the Donmar Warehouse (2009),[3] Orlando in As You Like It at the Novello Theatre (2006), Closer at the National Theatre (1999 - 2000), Pierre Bezuhov in War And Peace at the Hampstead Theatre (2008), Steve Calhanm in Eric Larue at the Soho Theatre (2006), and Alexander Petrovich Kalabushkin in Dying For It at the Almeida Theatre (2007).[4]


  1. ^ a b c Kay on the Internet Movie Database
  2. ^ Croupier on the Internet Movie Database
  3. ^ What's On Stage website
  4. ^ Kay on the London Theatre Database

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