Keir Charles

Theatre includes John Brass in The Lottery of Love (Orange Tree); A Christmas Carol (Sonia Friedman); Mosby in Arden of Faversham, Laxton in The Roaring Girl, Camillo in The White Devil, Solanio in The Merchant of Venice, Tranio in The Taming of the Shrew and John Wilkins in The Tragedy of Thomas Hobbes (RSC); David in Mydidae (DryWrite/Trafalgar Studios and Soho Theatre); Silly Kings (National Theatre of Wales); Autolycus in The Winter's Tale (Sheffield Crucible); Hackett in In a Garden and Davis in Red Light Winter (Theatre Royal Bath); Casanova Ken in Kursk (Sydney Opera House and Young Vic); Alfred Binet in Grand Guignol (Drum Theatre); Frank Asli in Elling (Trafalgar Studios and The Bush); Dave in On the Piste (Birmingham Rep); 1of4 in Pool (No Water) (Frantic Assembly); Colin in Incomplete and Random Acts of Violence (Royal Court Theatre); Brad in Cadalac Ranch (Soho Theatre); Charles in Eye Contact (Riverside Studios); Chick in Keepers (Hampstead Theatre); Boy Bather in Sunday in the Park with George (National Theatre); Artful Dodger in Oliver! (Bill Kenwright).

Workshops include Baal (Young Vic).

Television includes Casualty, Comic Relief Actually, The Moorside Project, Doctors, Drifters, Quick Cuts, Watson & Oliver, Kate and William, EastEnders, Fear of Fanny, Green Wing, Holby City, HG Wells, Our Hidden Lives, The Bill, Silent But Deadly, Attachments, Ed Stone is Dead, Attachments, Band of Brothers.

Radio includes Pandemic Part Two: The Future, Intent to Supply.

Films include Dead in a Week (Or Your Money Back), Man Up, Across the River, Kursk, Black Pond, Love Actually, High Heels and Low Lifes, and the shorts Indecision, What Larry Says, Sand.