James Chalmers (actor)
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|Born||September , 1974
York, England, UK
|Height||5' 11" (1.80 m)|
James Chalmers (born September, 1974) is a British actor. He was educated at Eagle House School in Berkshire and Bradfield College. He then went to Edinburgh University between 1994 - 1998, to do a BSc in Civil Engineering.
He is most known on stage, for his role in Tamar's Revenge (by Tirso de Molina 2004) performed by the Royal Shakespeare Company, where he played the lead role of Absalom. In that season he also appeared in Pedro, the Great Pretender (by Miguel de Cervantes), Dog in a Manger (by Lope De Vega), and House of Desires(by Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz).
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