Jonathan Bailey (actor)
Bailey in 2015
|Born||25 April 1988|
Wallingford, Oxfordshire, England, UK
|Known for||Broadchurch, W1A and Company|
Jonathan Bailey (born 25 April 1988) is a British actor, best known for the ITV drama Broadchurch, the BBC's Doctor Who, W1A and Leonardo, and Channel 4 comedy Campus. He won the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical for his portrayal of Jamie in the 2018 West End revival of Company.
Bailey portrayed reporter Olly Stevens in the ITV series Broadchurch. He also had a recurring role as Jack Patterson in BBC Two comedy W1A appearing in all three series of the show. He's also had one of the lead roles in Crashing and had a guest role in Chewing Gum.
In 2018, Bailey was cast in the second West End revival of Company, playing Jamie (originally written as a female character, Amy). For his portrayal, Bailey won the 2019 Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical.
|1997-1998||Les Miserables||Gavroche||Palace Theatre, London|
|2003||King John||Prince Arthur||Royal Shakespeare Company|
|2006||Beautiful Thing||Jamie||Sound Theatre|
|2007||Pretend You Have Big Buildings||Leon||Manchester Royal Exchange|
|2008||The Mother Ship||Elliot||Birmingham Rep Theatre|
|Girl with a Pearl Earring||Pieter||Cambridge Arts Theatre and Theatre Royal Haymarket|
|2009||House of Special Purpose||Alexi||Chichester Festival Theatre|
|2011||South Downs||Duffield||Chichester Festival Theatre|
|2012||South Downs||Duffield||Harold Pinter Theatre|
|2013||Othello||Cassio||Royal National Theatre|
|American Psycho||Tim Price||Almeida Theatre|
|2016||The Last Five Years||Jamie||St. James Theatre, London|
|2017||King Lear||Edgar||Chichester Festival Theatre|
|2018||The York Realist||John||Donmar|
|2004||5 Children and It||Cyril|
|2007||Elizabeth: The Golden Age||Courtier|
|2014||Testament of Youth||Geoffrey Thurlow|
|2016||The Young Messiah||Herod|
|1997||Bright Hair||All||Ben Devenish||BBC|
|Bramwell||Series 3 Episode 6||William Kilshaw||ITV|
|1998||Alice Through the Looking Glass||All||Lewis||Channel 4|
|Bramwell||"Our Brave Boys"||—||ITV|
|2001||Baddiel's Syndrome||All||Josh||Sky 1|
|2005||Walk Away and I Stumble||All||Justin||ITV|
|The Golden Hour||4 (untitled)||Stephen Martin||ITV|
|2007||Doctors||"See You in the Morning"||Johnno Mitchum||BBC One|
|2008||The Bill||"The Hit"||Chris Villiers||ITV1|
|2009||Off the Hook||All||Danny||BBC Three|
|2010||Lewis||"The Dead of Winter"||Titus Mortmaigne||ITV1|
|2011–2012||Leonardo||All||Leonardo da Vinci||CBBC|
|2012||Me and Mrs. Jones||All||Alfie||BBC|
|Groove High||All||Tom Mason||Disney Channel|
|Pramface||Episode 3: "Edinburgh... In Scotland"||Glynn||BBC Three|
|2013||Some Girls||Series 2 Episode 1||Nick the Counsellor||BBC Three|
|2013, 2015||Broadchurch||16 episodes||Olly Stevens||ITV1|
|2014||Doctor Who||Series 8, Episode 5: "Time Heist"||Psi||BBC One|
|2014–2017||W1A||All||Jack Patterson||BBC Two|
|Hooten & the Lady||6 episodes||Edward||Sky1|
|2017||Chewing Gum||1 episode||Ash||E4|
|2018||Jack Ryan||3 episodes||Lance Miller||Amazon Video|
Audio / Radio
|2016||The Forsytes||Jon||BBC Radio 4|
|2016||Deliverers||Lee||BBC Radio 4|
|2017||Just One Damned Thing After Another||David Sussman||audiobook|
|2018||Home Front||Daniel Marriott||BBC Radio 4|
|2015||Everybody's Gone to the Rapture||Rhys Shipley|
|2017 TBC||Squadron 42||TBC|
|2018||Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood||Enigmatic Figure|
|2019||Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers||G'raha Tia|
- "20 Questions with ... South Downs' Jonathan Bailey". What's One Stage. 19 April 2012. Retrieved 2 October 2012.
- Olivier Awards (7 April 2019). "The Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical goes to… @JonnyBailey for @companywestend! #OlivierAwards ". Twitter.
- "Me and Mrs Jones: A new romantic comedy for BBC One". BBC. 27 September 2012. Retrieved 2 October 2012.
- "London Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2012 — Longlist revealed". Evening Standard. 29 October 2012. Retrieved 5 March 2013.
- "American Psycho Cast". almeida.co.uk. Almeida Theatre. Retrieved 7 October 2013.
- "Doctor Who's Matt Smith set to regenerate … as American Psycho". theguardian.com. The Guardian. 7 October 2013. Retrieved 7 October 2013.
- DWTV (24 February 2014). "Series 8: Meet Danny Pink - Doctor Who TV".
- Earnshaw, Jessica (6 January 2015). "Broadchurch star Jonathan Bailey 'runs away' when pestered for series two plot details". Daily Express.
- Mark Shenton (30 September 2017). "King Lear starring Ian McKellen review at the Minerva Theatre, Chichester – 'intensely moving'". The Stage.
- Johnson, Robin (12 July 2018). "Jonathan Bailey & Alex Gaumond join Company revival". Official London Theatre. Retrieved 7 April 2019.