Roderick Smith - Birmingham Rep

Roderick Smith

Theatre credits include: Love's Labour's Lost and Much Ado About Nothing (Royal Shakespeare Company/Theatre Royal Haymarket); The Christmas Truce, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Hamlet and The Indian Boy (Royal Shakespeare Company); Tartuffe, Heather Gardner, Outskirts and The Wicked Cooks (Birmingham Repertory Theatre); Hamlet (Sheffield Crucible); In The Club (Hampstead Theatre); The Merchant Of Venice (Arcola Theatre); Journey's End (New Ambassadors); Gone To Earth (Shared Experience); The God Botherers and On The Out (Bush Theatre); Pat And Margaret (Salisbury); The Glee Club (Bush Theatre/Duchess Theatre); Tragedy – A Tragedy (Gate Theatre); Best Mates (National Theatre tour); The Winter's Tale (Southwark Playhouse); Enjoy (Nottingham Playhouse); Rhinoceros and The Beaux' Stratagem (Nuffield Theatre Southampton); True Love Romances (Old Red Lion); Neaptide, The Garden Of England, True Dare Kiss, Command Or Promise, Antigone and Tales From Hollywood (National Theatre); Ballroom (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Artists And Admirers (Riverside Studios) and The Fool (Royal Court Theatre).

Television credits include: Doctors, Lennon Naked, Holby City, Judge John Deed, The Rotters Club, Inspector Lynley Mysteries, The Story of Tracy Beaker, The Basil Brush Show, Dangerfield, Careering Ahead, Specials, Casualty, Broke, The Reckoning, Paradise Club, Medicine Through Time, Playing for Real, A Family Man, Holding the Fort, Juliet Bravo, Angels, Over There, Play For Today, Doctor Who and Z-Cars (BBC); The Bill and Family Affairs (Talkback Thames); Full Stretch (ITV); True Crimes, Sam Saturday, Crime Monthly, No Honestly and Please Sir (LWT); Boon (Central Television); Get Some In (Thames Television); Crown Court (Granada) and Hunters Walk (ATV).

Film credits include: Sylvia (Ariel Films), In Search of Gregory (Universal), With Love from Suffolk and The Haunted Hotel (Film Suffolk).

Radio credits include: A Small Town Murder, Crime And Trial – Rage On The Road, Boogie Up The River and Never The Same Again (BBC Radio 4).