Steven Pacey

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Steven Pacey (born 5 June 1957 in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire) is an English actor, best known for his role as Del Tarrant in the third and fourth seasons of the sci-fi series Blake's 7, and as a leading man in London's West End.

Notable television appearances include:- Humans, Silent Witness, Poirot, Taggart, Foyle's War, Wallander, Boy A, Spooks, M.I.T., Heartbeat, Jeffrey Archer - The Truth, Pie in the Sky, Murder in Mind, Nothing but the Truth, Troubles and Strife, Lovejoy and The Cedar Tree,

Pacey was nominated for an Olivier Award for the role of Bertie Wooster in the musical By Jeeves. Other West End theatre stage appearances include Peter in 'Relative Values' (Pinter) King Arthur in 'Spamalot' (Playhouse), Larkin in 'Six Degrees of Separation' (Old Vic), George in 'La Cage Aux Folles (Playhouse), Alec in Dolly West's Kitchen (Old Vic), Fowles in 'The Old Masters'(Pinter) Arno in 'Democracy', Gadd in 'Trelawny of the Wells' (National). John in 'The Constant Wife' (Apollo), Stanley in 'The Birthday Party' (Piccadilly), Hamish in 'Things We Do for Love' (Gielgud), Raoul in The Phantom of the Opera' (Shaftesbury) Dexter in 'Exclusive' (Novello), Lord Brocklehurst in 'The Admirable Crichton' (Haymarket), Macaulay Connor in 'High Society' (Victoria Palace), Tony in 'West Side Story' (Her Majesty's) Guy in 'Mr. Cinders' (Fortune), Jesus in 'Godspell' (Duke of York's) Joe in 'Leave Him to Heaven' (New London). Steven also made his West End debut at the age of 13 years playing opposite Kenneth More in 'The Winslow Boy'

Other Theatre credits include:- Sir Politic in 'Volpone' & Ferneze in 'The Jew of Malta' (RSC Stratford) Kent in 'King Lear' (Chichester & New York). Sir Francis in 'Charley's Aunt' (Meniere Chocolate Factory), Captain Hook in 'Peter Pan' (American Tour), Adam in 'Someone Else's Shoes' (Soho Theatre) Russell in 'Celebration' & Bert in 'The Room' (Almeida), Fleming in 'Moonlight & Magnolias' (Tricycle) Humphrey in 'Crash' (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Oberon in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' and Percival Brown in 'The Boyfriend' (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre), Phillipe in 'A Family Affair (National Tour), Perry Lomas in 'Post Mortem' (Kings' Head). Phileas Fogg in 'Around the World in 80 days' (Liverpool Playhouse), Mortimer Brewster in 'Arsenic and Old Lace and Alastair in 'The Millionairess' (National Tour).

Films include:- The Birth of a Nation, Return to House on Haunted Hill, Conspiracy, Pass Over, Boy A and Aces High

Radio includes over 350 broadcasts, including the lead in All That Jazz.[1] Audio includes over 200 titles.

Currently appearing in Travels with my Aunt at Chichester Festival Theatre in Chichester April 2016


  1. ^ "All That Jazz Cast List". Joking 

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