Miles Richardson - Birmingham Rep

Miles Richardson

Graduated from Arts Educational Drama Collage in 1982, winning the Best Actor award.

Theatre includes: Macbeth, Death Of A Salesman and The Caucasian Chalk Circle (Newcastle Rep); Another Country (Queens); Romeo & Juliet (Ludlow Festival); Wilfred, A Midsummer Nights Dream, An Inspector Calls and The Contractor (Birmingham Rep); Othello (Theatr Clwyd); Private Lives (Theatre Royal York); Richard II and Richard III (UK Tour); An Evening With Gary Liniker (Lyric); The Seagull (Bromley); Journeys End (Kings Head); Charley's Aunt and The Three Musketeers (Canizzaro Park); The Picture Of Dorian Gray (Westminster Theatre); The Three Musketeers (UK Tour); Romeo & Juliet (Hull Truck); Wuthering Heights, Cause Celebre And First Class Passengers (Pitlochry); The Invisible Man (Stratford East/Vaudeville Theatre/Harold Pinter Theatre); Candida, The Lovers and Playing Sinatra (New End); Lulu (Almeida/Kennedy Center, Washington DC); A Doll's House and A Midsummer Night's Dream (Warwick); The Rivals (Wimbledon); The Moment Of Truth and Dear Brutus (Southwark Playhouse); Anjin: The Shogun And The English Samurai (Tokyo/Sadler's Wells); 12 Angry Men (Garrick Theatre); King Charles The Third (Wyndhams Theatre/Broadway); King John (Rose Theatre Kingston); Sleuth (Nottingham) and Loves Labours Lost, All's Well That Ends Well, A Midsummer Night's Dream, As You Like It, Volpone, Henry IV pt1, Henry IV pt2, Henry V, Henry VI pt1, Henry VI pt2, Henry VI pt3 and Richard III (RSC).

Television includes: Elizabeth, Highlander (Gaumont Televsion); Byron, Dirk Gently, Doctor Who,  Doctors, Upstairs Downstairs, Dancing on the Edge, Cambridge Spies, Allo,Allo and Inspector Lynley Mysteries (BBC Television); The King Must Die and Porterhouse Blue (Channel 4); The Brief (Carlton Television); Miss Marple (Chorian Productions); Jo (Atlantique Productions); Midsomer Murders (Bentley Productions); Sick Note (King Burt); Lucan (ITV Studios); Genius (Stillking Features) and The Crown (Left Bank Pictures).

Film includes: Maurice and The Remains Of The Day  (Merchant Ivory); Harry Potter & The Sorcerer's Stone (Warner Bros); The Best Offer (Paco); Beat Girl (Beatgirl Productions); Flushed Away (Bonavista Films);  A Princess For Christmas (Riviera Films); Mindgame (Reeltime Pictures); Their Finest (BBC Films); A Quiet Passion (Hurricane Films); The Colour of Magic (RHI Entertainment); Big Pants; The Return Of Sherlock Holmes (CBS Entertainment Productions); Sabotage (Spice Factory UK); Titanic (Deep Indigo Productions); Peterloo (Scenechronize) and The Queen of Spain (Blue Shadows Films).

Miles has numerous audio and voice over credits including providing the voice of a young Peter O'Toole in Venus and, in contrast, Jesus Christ in the animated Life of Jesus, as well as games such as Final Fantasy & Hour of Victory. For the last 15 years has been the voice of Irving Braxiatel in the long running Gallifrey & Bernice Summerfield Audio Dramas.