Martyn Stanbridge

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Martyn Stanbridge
Martyn Stanbridge (2013).jpg
Born
Martyn Stanbridge

(1957-05-04) 4 May 1957 (age 61)
United Kingdom
OccupationActor
Years active1980 – present

Martyn Stanbridge (born May 1957) is an English actor.

Stanbridge studied at Trent College, then Drama Centre London. His work includes television and theatre, with appearances in the UK and internationally. He has performed at many of the regional theatres in the UK, the West End and Royal National Theatre. He has performed in a wide range of roles in a wide range of plays. Playwrights include William Shakespeare, Thomas Otway, Neil Simon, Dion Boucicault, Alan Ayckbourn, Ray Cooney, Anton Chekhov, Noël Coward and Agatha Christie.

His first lead role in a television film was in Good and Bad at Games by screenwriter and novelist William Boyd.[1]

Selected credits[edit]

Television[edit]

  • EastEnders (TV series) Clifford (2007)
  • Doctors (TV series) Luke Hepworth in Stealing Booty (2002)
  • McLibel! (TV documentary film) John Hawkes (1997)
  • Doctor Finlay (TV series) Graham Robertson in Still Waters, (as 'Martin Stanbridge') (1996) [2]
  • The Bill (TV series) Dr. Hackman (1995)
  • The Good Guys (TV series) Clive Aston (1992)
  • Partners, Lovers & Spies (NBC USA Pilot) Ross Carlyle (1988) [3]
  • Hedgehog Wedding (TV Drama) Dominic (1987)
  • Murrow (TV Film) Lancaster Pilot (1986)
  • The Day After the Fair (TV Film) Charles (1986)
  • A Pocket Full of Rye (TV Film) Vivian Dubois (1985) [4]

Theatre[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.williamboyd.co.uk/good-and-bad-at-games
  2. ^ http://www.radiotimes.com/episode/cpyd78/dr-finlay--series-4---7-still-waters
  3. ^ Terrace, Vincent (2013). Encyclopedia of Television Pilots, 1937-2012 (electronic ed.). McFarland Publishing. p. PT258.
  4. ^ http://www.radiotimes.com/episode/qnmr/miss-marple--series-1---4-a-pocketful-of-rye
  5. ^ http://www.viennareview.net/on-the-town/on-stage/agatha-christies-courtroom-thriller-style-and-a-twist
  6. ^ http://britishtheatreguide.info/reviews/dangerobs-rev
  7. ^ http://www.bbc.co.uk/norfolk/content/articles/2005/05/03/theatre_review_rebecca_nch_theatre_royal_feature.shtml


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