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Brendan Gregory plays the male lead in the feature film Space Invader, which has just won the prize for Best Director at the 2004 Brooklyn International Film Festival. He is also currently appearing on television and cinema screens up and down the country in a commercial for the Daily Telegraph playing opposite Michael Madsen.

Height : 5' 10 1/2"

Weight: 12 1/2 st.

Eyes: Green

Hair; Silver

Playing Age 56 - 65

Accents: RP; London; Dublin; West of Ireland; Australian; South African; Yorkshire, South Wales

Photo by Jonathan Dockar-Drysdale

Music: Tenor

Performance: Presenting; Voice-over; Mime

Sports: Cricket; Fencing; Horse-riding; Rowing; Swimming

Brendan has a Ph.D. in Theatre Studies from Manchester University, and has published several works of theatre history.

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E-mail: [email protected]

Agent: Janet Welch Personal Management,
11 Sunbury Court Island, Lower Hampton Road,
Sunbury-on-Thames, Mddx, TW16 5PP.
Tel: 01932 766 190
Fax: 01932 766 191
E-mail: [email protected]

Year: Production Role Director Company / Venue

2004 Timeless Ronald Christopher Clarke Halogen Entertainment
2004: Enfant Terrible (short) Carl Calloway Kishore Verma Lagarto films
2003: Watching the Detectives Judge Turner Marc Jobst BBC
2002: Magdalen Dr Burke David Malocco Earl Street Films
2002: Do I Love You Stefan Lisa Gornick Valiant Doll
2001: When Harry Met Barry (short) Gangster No 1 Patrik Berg Saints and Demons
2001: Virgin Cowboys Judge King David Malocco Earl Street Films
2001: Space Invader Jonny (male lead) Tatiana Strauss Invasion Films
2000: Princess of Thieves The Coachman Peter Hewitt Granada International
2000: Nailing Vienna Al Jonathan English Meltemi Entertainment
2000: Brixtonian (short) Toby Snr Josh Appignanesi Mercenary Films
1999: The Temple Project Hugo Buxton Jonathan Marquand PGW Films
1999: Dead Creatures Reece (male lead) Andy Parkinson Long Pig Films
1996: The Knock Charles James Hazeldine LWT
1996: Hangmen (short) Sheriff of London Debbie Pursey Hangmen Films
1995: Keep It In The Family (short) Throat Julian Sykes Barbarian Films

2004 The Method Uncle Natasha Langridge The Latchmere
2001: The Spirit of Annie Ross William Ross Bairbre Ni Chaoimh Druid Theatre Company
1998: Time of My Life Gerry Stratton Paul Davies Volcano Theatre Company
1996: The Road to Mecca Marius Byleveld David Prescott Hackney Empire
1995: Adam Bede Irwin, Poyser & Barttle Massey Katya Nelhams-Wright Duke of Cambridge

Has also played:

  • Major Cardew in Home and Beauty
  • Wolstoncraft in Shelley
  • Charles Condomine in Blithe Spirit
  • The Inspector in Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay
  • Philip in Relatively Speaking
  • the Narrator in The Soldier’s Tale
  • Arthur Birling in An Inspector Calls
  • Nimrod and Gimlet in Double-Double

Television commercials include:

  • ITV (Champions League Football Promo)
  • Volkswagen
  • Kukident
  • Woolworth’s
  • Orange Communications
  • The Daily Telegraph.

Corporates and voice-overs include:

  • P.S.T.
  • Unilever
  • Sky News
  • the Football Association
  • NDS
  • Deutsche Bank
  • TV Choice
  • Psion Electronics
  • Re-Source Films.

Acting credits for awl include:

Directing credits:

Writing credits:

Brendan has co-authored three short plays for awl with Melissa Docker:

These plays were all runners-up in the awl spring and autumn writing competitions in 2003.

His short play, The Last Scene of the First Act of The Importance of Being Earnest was performed at awl in July 2003


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