Chris McCalphy

Theatre includes Sergeant Yallop in The Christmas Truce, Dull in Love’s Labour’s Lost / Sexton in Much Ado About Nothing (or Love’s Labour’s Won) (RSC), One Round in The Ladykillers (Vaudeville, national tour and Gielgud West End), Willis’s Servant in The Madness of George III (Theatre Royal Bath and West End), Sir George Baker/Sir Boothby Skrymshir in The Madness of George III (Theatre Royal Bath), Clement Mercer in When We Are Married (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre and West End), Sid in Enjoy (Theatre Royal Bath, national tour and West End), Security Man in Single Spies (Theatre Royal Bath and national tour), Geoff Hammond/Robert Crosbie in The Letter (tour and West End), Head G Man in You Can’t Take It With You (Southwark Playhouse), Jason in Pressure (Transparent Theatre), Khokariov in The Marriage and Ed in The International Stud (Theatre West Bristol), Aegeus in Medea (Not Without Cause).

Television includes Five Daughters, The Giblet Boys, Casualty.

Radio and audio includes Cornish Seals, Wild Mountain Goats, The Lifesize Zoetrope, Chicken Run 2, Rude Night, World Cup Stories, A Mile in Their Shoes, Claws, Impossible Journeys, Network Counselling, Mr Acoustic Looks for Love, The Angels Be With Us By Mark Fusek-Peters.

Films include Mouth to Mouth.

Trained at Rose Bruford College.