Jo Stone-Fewings

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Jo Stone-Fewings at the Old Vic Theatre, 2009
Jo Stone-Fewings
Born Jonathan Stone-Fewings
Hereford, Herefordshire, England, UK
Occupation Actor

Jonathan "Jo" Stone-Fewings (born 1967 in Hereford, Herefordshire, England) is an English actor. He studied at Hereford College of Arts and at the Welsh College of Music and Drama and began his career in 1989. He has been a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) since 1994. He first performed with the National Theatre playing Barrildo in Declan Donnellan's Fuenteovejuna at the Cottesloe Theatre.

In 2008 he took over the lead role of Richard Hannay in The 39 Steps at the Criterion in London's West End. He performed the role of Gerry in the revival of Brian Friel's Dancing at Lughnasa at the Old Vic in London and has recently performed the role of Orsino in Twelfth Night for the RSC.

In 2015 he was appointed a Fellow of Hereford College of Arts


He married English actress Nancy Carroll in 2003, the couple have two children, Nellie and Arthur.[1]

Selected theatre credits[edit]

Year Title Role Director Notes
2015 King John John James Dacre Royal & Derngate; Shakespeare's Globe
2014 Richard III Buckingham Jamie Lloyd Trafalgar Studios
2014 The Big Meal Sam/Robbie Michael Boyd Theatre Royal Bath
2012 The Way of the World Mirabell Rachel Kavanaugh Chichester Festival Theatre, co-starring Penelope Keith
2011 A Midsummer Night's Dream Theseus/Oberon RSC
2011 The City Madam Luke Frugal RSC
2010 The Invisible Man Ian Talbot The Menier Chocolate Factory; London
2009 Twelfth Night Orsino Gregory Doran RSC – the Courtyard Theatre; London transfer to the Duke of York Theatre in December
2009 Dancing at Lughnasa Gerry Anna Mackmin The Old Vic
2008 The 39 Steps Richard Hannay Maria Aitken The Criterion, West End
2007 The Country Wife Sparkish Jonathan Kent Theatre Royal Haymarket, co-starring Toby Stephens as Horner
Angels in America Joe Pitt Daniel Kramer UK tour
2006 See How They Run Lance Corporal Clive Winton Douglas Hodge Duchess Theatre, co-starring Digby and Nancy Carroll
2005 King Lear Edgar Steven Pimlott Minerva Theatre Chichester, co-starring David Warner
The Scarlet Letter Arthur Dimsdale Phyllis Nagy Minerva Theatre Chichester, co-starring Elizabeth McGovern
2004 The Astonished Heart / Still Life Dr. Christian Faber/ Dr. Alec Harvey Phillip Wilson Liverpool Playhouse double bill, co-starring Nancy Carroll
Unthinkable Oliver Soper Josie Rourke Crucible Theatre, Sheffield
2003 CrazyBlackMothafuckin'self Raef Josie Rourke Royal Court Jerwood Theatre Upstairs
2002 The Shadow of a Boy Shadow Erica Whyman NT Loft
King John Phillip The Bastard Gregory Doran RSC – Swan Theatre
2001 Twelfth Night Orsino Lindsay Posner RSC
2000 The Taming of the Shrew Lucentio Lindsay Posner RSC
1999 Richard III Duke of Buckingham Elijah Moshinsky RSC – Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Savoy Theatre
1998 Cymbeline Guiderius Adrian Noble RSC – Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Barbican, New York City and Washington, D.C.
1997 The Merry Wives of Windsor Fenton Ian Judge RSC – Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Barbican
1996 Henry VIII Earl of Surrey Gregory Doran RSC – Swan Theatre, Young Vic, New York City and Washington, D.C.
The Misanthrope Julian Lindsay Posner Young Vic
War and Peace Nikolai Rostov Polly Teale NT Cottesloe
1994 The Park The Son David Fielding RSC – The Pit, Barbican 1995
Henry VI, Part 3 George, Duke of Clarence Katie Mitchell RSC
1993 The Importance of Being Earnest John Worthing James Maxwell Manchester Royal Exchange
1992 One Over The Eight Oliver Alan Ayckbourn Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough
1989 Ghetto Alex Nicholas Hytner NT Olivier

Reviews and articles[edit]

Television and film[edit]

Year Title Role Director Notes
2016 Father Brown Nero Hound Paul Gibson Episode 4.5 "The Daughter of Autolycus"
2009 New Tricks, Series 6, Episode 8 Tom Eldridge 1 episode, "Meat Is Murder"
Misfits Jeremy Tom Green Episode 1 & 2
2005 Doctor Who Davitch Pavale Joe Ahearne 2 episodes, "The Parting of the Ways" and "Bad Wolf"
2004 Midsomer Murders Danny Pinchel Peter Smith ITV 1 episode, "A Tale of Two Hamlets"
2003 Seven Wonders of the Industrial World William Jacomb Christopher Spencer BBC 1 episode "The Great Ship", narrated by Robert Lindsay
Wondrous Oblivion Mr. Pugh Paul Morrison Award-winning comedy/drama
The Bill Sean Skinner Peter Butler 2 episodes
In Search of Shakespeare Player Gregory Doran BBC, Produced by Michael Wood
Unstoppable Agent Gabriel David Carson Film with Wesley Snipes, American accent
Mine All Mine Danny Baveystock Sheree Folkson ITV
2002 Young Arthur Jack Mikael Solomon American production
2000 Best of Both Worlds Martin Sullivan David Richards BBC
1999 All The King's Men Lt. Alec Beck Julian Jarrold BBC, award-winning TV film with Maggie Smith and David Jason
Peak Practice Jeff Loudon Ken Hannam ITV, 1 episode, "Not Waving But Drowning"
1992–1993 Medics Dr. Toby Maitland Evans Jean Stewart 11 episodes
1992 Moon And Son Ian Robert Tronson 1 episode "Past, Present and Future"
1991 Waiting for God Bob Michael Aitkens BBC 1 episode "Young People"
Casualty Mark Sutton Charles McDougall BBC 1 episode "Dangerous Games"
Soldier Soldier Lt. Richard Gardner Laurence Moody 4 episodes
American Friends Undergraduate King Lear Tristam Powell Co-starring Alfred Molina and produced by Michael Palin


  1. ^ "Leading Ladies: Nancy Carroll". What's On Stage. London. 9 December 2013. Retrieved 20 January 2017. 

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