Ian Bartholomew

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For the English cricketer, see Ian Bartholomew (cricketer).

Ian Bartholomew (born 23 August 1954 in Portsmouth, Hampshire) is an English actor who raised in Gosport, Hampshire and he has worked widely in both theatre and television.

Career[edit]

In television Bartholomew's work has ranged from The Darling Buds of May, Rumpole of the Bailey, Minder, and more recently, Making Waves and Spooks.

On stage he has been in productions such as A Man for All Seasons at the Redgrave Theatre in Farnham, Mirandolina and Assassins. In 2005 he was in the acclaimed production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf by Edward Albee in the starring role of George at the Liverpool Playhouse and in that same year also at the playhouse he appeared in Alan Ayckbourn's Christmas comedy Season's Greetings. At the Menier Chocolate Factory in London he appeared in the new musical Take Flight in 2007. In 2010 he was well received as Eliza Doolittle's father in the Royal Exchange's production of Pygmalion. In 2011 in Mogadishu by Vivienne Franzmann at the Royal Exchange in Manchester and then at the Lyric Theatre in London.[1]

In 2017 he recorded two songs for the album Wit & Whimsy - Songs by Alexander S. Bermange (one solo and one featuring all of the album's 23 artists), which reached No. 1 in the iTunes comedy album chart.

Personal life[edit]

Bartholomew is married to English theatre director Loveday Ingram. Their first child was born in March 2005 (age 12) and their youngest born on a later date of December 2007 (age 9). The family live in the mead-evil village of Malpas, Cheshire.

Filmography[edit]

His work includes:

Year Title Character Production Notes
2016 New Blood Tom Robinson BBC
2016 Maigret The Baron ITV Maigret Sets a Trap
2011 South Riding[2] Gaius Drew BBC 3 part mini series
2011 Camelot[3] Caitran Channel 4 Homecoming
2010 Accused[4] Stephen Sullivan BBC Helen's Story
2010 Foyle's War[5] Dillon ITV/Greenlit Productions The Hide
2008 Heartbeat[6] Russell Bryant ITV/Yorkshire Television You Never Can Tell
2008 New Tricks Sam Tallis BBC Spare Parts
2008 HolbyBlue Keith Sparrow BBC Episode 9, Series 2
2007 Thieves Like Us Sergent Atwell BBC Three The Jackets Job
2006 Spooks Dainiel Wise BBC Series 5, Episode 6 and 7
2005 Open Wide Ray ITV/Thames Television TV Movie
2005 Empire Cimber
2005 New Tricks Tallis BBC Series 2, Episode 1
2004 Making Waves Lt. Cdr. William Lewis ITV/Carlton Television
2004 William and Mary Housing Inspector ITV/Meridian Television Episode 4, Series 2
2003 The Bill Alfred 'Manny' Manola ITV/Thames Television/Central Independent Television 085
2000-01 Without Motive Ronnie Stocks ITV/HTV
1999 Casualty Mick Milburn BBC Benny and the Vets
1998 The Ruth Rendell Mysteries Stanley Trotter ITV/Meridian Television Road Rage
1997 Wycliffe Mick Sennan ITV/HTV Close to Home
1996 Is It Legal? Terry Beath ITV/Carlton Television Office Party
1994 Jo Brand Through the Cakehole Himself Channel 4 Jo Brand Through the Christmas Cakehole
1993-95 Harry Snappy BBC
1993 Love Hurts D.I. Payne BBC If the Cap Fits
1991 The Darling Buds of May Tommy Mason ITV/Yorkshire Television Christmas is Coming
1990-92 Perfect Scoundrels Inky ITV/TVS
1984 Minder Keith Wendell ITV/Thames Television Get Daley
1983 The Professionals Miller ITV/LWT Cry Wolf
1982 Crown Court James MaccPherson ITV/Granada Television The Fiddling Connection
1979 Rumpole of the Bailey Mr Simmonds ITV/Thames Television Rumpole and the Fascist Beast

Theatre[edit]

His work in the theatre includes: -

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