Jonathan Dryden Taylor

Previously at Chichester Sparrow/O’Toole in Travels With My Aunt (Minerva Theatre).

Theatre includes As You Like It, Our Country’s Good, JP in Light Shining In Buckinghamshire, King Lear, Gratiano in Othello and The Captain of Köpenick (National Theatre); King Lear (US tour); The Hartlepool Monkey (Fuel/Gyre & Gimble/national tour); A Tale of Two Cities (Touring Consortium); While the Sun Shines (Theatre Royal Bath); Jim in But First This and Trotter in Journey’s End (Watermill Theatre); Sally Tomato in Holly Golightly (Lost Musicals); Chappers in Scott Mills The Musical (BBC Radio One/Pleasance); Tony in Toxic Bankers (The Lowry and Leicester Square Theatre); Jump (Pleasance); A Woman of No Importance, Chimneys, Horatio in Hamlet, Connie Rivers in The Grapes of Wrath, Desmond in A Small Family Business, Tito Merelli in Lend Me a Tenor and The Government Inspector (Pitlochry Festival Theatre); The Beggar’s Opera and Adam in The Road to the Sea (Orange Tree Theatre); Algren in The Inland Sea and Fencible in A Penny for a Song (Oxford Stage Company); Dave in Storeys (Steam Industry); Helenus in Troilus and Cressida (The Old Vic); Louis in Eurydice (Straydogs).

Television includes That Mitchell and Webb Look, Highway to Hell.

Radio includes Publish and Be Damn’d, Mrs Lirriper, The Franchise Affair, A Nice Little Trip to Spain, Love Lessons, Kill the Cameraman First, Losing Rosalind, Ballet Shoes, Decameron, Flight.

Writing for television and radio includes That Mitchell and Webb Sound/Look, Ten Things I Hate About…, Love Lessons, The Eliza Stories.