Jamie Newall

Theatre includes Boyet in Love’s Labour’s Lost / Friar Francis in Much Ado About Nothing (or Love's Labour's Won) and Colonel Faulkner/Erich in Christmas Truce (RSC), Casaubon in Middlemarch and The Hermit in Next Time I’ll Sing to You (Orange Tree Theatre Richmond),Robert Murrison in Cornelius (59E59 NYC and Finborough), Lloyd Dallas in Noises Off (New Wolsey Ipswich), Gordon Lowther in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (Assembly Hall Edinburgh), Harold Gorringe in Black Comedy (Watermill Theatre Newbury), Prime Minister/Nu Shan in Turandot (Hampstead Theatre), Alan Quine in Donkey’s Years (Sonia Friedman tour), Professor Christopher Riley in Shadowlands, Gerald in Woman in Mind and Winterhaller in Waters of the Moon (Salisbury Playhouse), Philip Lester in A Touch of the Sun (Salisbury Playhouse and tour), Anthony Eden in Eden’s Empire (Finborough), Stephen in Crossings (Arcola), Castel in The Tunnel (Hill Street Edinburgh and Croydon Warehouse), Don Pedro in Much Ado About Nothing (US tour), Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night (Birmingham Rep), Roy in Neville’s Island (New Vic Newcastle-Under-Lyme), The Actor in The Woman in Black (PW Productions), Robespierre in Danton’s Death (Gate Theatre London), The D’Ascoynes in Kind Hearts and Coronets (Palace Theatre Watford), Abel Drugger in The Alchemist (Birmingham Rep and National Theatre), Christmas Past/Undertaker in A Christmas Carol (RSC Barbican), Corvino in Volpone (Birmingham Rep), title role in Doctor Faustus (Playhouse Theatre Nottingham).

Television includes Coronation Street, Silk, Doctors, The Bill, Casualty, Devices and Desires.

Time Out Award for Nathan Leopald Jnr in Never The Sinner (Offstage Theatre London).

Trained at Bristol Old Vic.