Gethin Anthony

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Gethin Anthony
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Born (1983-10-09) 9 October 1983 (age 32)
Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England
Occupation Actor
Years active 2006–present

Gethin David L. Anthony (born 9 October 1983) is an English actor. He has appeared in Ten Days to War and Doctors, and played Renly Baratheon in the HBO series Game of Thrones. He currently stars as Charles Manson in NBC's Aquarius.


Gethin attended Ashton Hayes Primary School, Ashton Hayes, Cheshire and Christ Church Primary School, New Malden, Surrey. He attended the Tiffin School in Kingston-Upon-Thames where he became Head Boy of the school in his final year.[citation needed] He later went on to return to the school as a part-time drama teacher and judge of school events such as House Drama.[citation needed] He received a Scholarship to the British American Drama Academy in London from July to August 2004, where he attended workshops given by Fiona Shaw, Alan Rickman, and Brian Cox.[citation needed] He has a tenor singing voice and he was also trained in African dance with Bode Lawal. Anthony studied English Literature at Oxford University's Balliol College and was President of the Oxford University Dramatic Society, before training at London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.[1]


He played Grigory[2] in Boris Godunov at the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon from November 2012 to March 2013.[3]


  • Theatre 503/Latitude's Carrot as Alex
  • Theatre Royal Northampton's In Praise of Love as Joey
  • High Tide/Old Vic Tunnels Ditch as James
  • Birmingham Rep Theatre's Cling To Me Like Ivy as Patrick
  • Hampstead Theatre's What Fatima Did as George
  • The Old Red Lion's Fairytale
  • Tristan Bates Theatre's Death of Cool as Richie
  • Old Vic's 24 Hour Plays
  • Old Fire Station's Some Voices as Ray
  • Oxford Playhouse's Cyrano de Bergerac as Cyrano
  • BBC Radio 4's "Small Acts of Kindness " as Charlie
  • BBC Radio 4's "Severed Threads" as Jones
  • Radiotastic's "The Minister of Chance" as Sutu
  • BBC's "Legsy Gets a Break" as John


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