Giles Taylor

Previously at Chichester An Ideal Husband, The Way of the World, The Music Man (Festival Theatre) and If Love Were All (Mineva Theatre).

Theatre includes King Charles III (UK tour and Sydney), Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies (RSC, Aldwych and Broadway), This House and After the Dance (National Theatre), The Importance of Being Earnest and Travesties (Birmingham Rep), The Secret Garden, The Wizard of Oz (Birmingham Rep/West Yorkshire Playhouse), Blithe Spirit (Nottingham Playhouse), Waste (Almeida Theatre), Othello, Relative Values (Salisbury Playhouse), Macbeth, Lady Be Good, Twelfth Night, Cymbeline, HMS Pinafore, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Merry Wives of Windsor and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre), Dreams from a SummerHouse and Nevillle’s Island (Watermill Newbury), Longitude (Greenwich Theatre), The Duchess of Malfi (New Vic Stoke), The Pirates of Penzance (national tour), Whenever (Scarborough), The Merchant of Venice, Talk of the City and The Two Gentlemen of Verona (RSC).

Television includes The Musketeers, Mr Selfridge, Foyle’s War, Doctors, Stuart: A Life Backwards, Friends and Crocodiles, Sentenced, Secrets of the Psychics, Karaoke, Wycliffe, Is That All There Is?, Scarlet and Black.

Films include Tom and Viv, Orlando.

Last year Giles published his first book – Dramatic Adventures in Rhetoric (Oberon Books) – co-authored with director Philip Wilson.