MARTIN WIMBUSH
Actor
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Martin Wimbush trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He is a
very versatile actor and has worked extensively in film, TV, West End
and with most of our leading repertory companies, with an enviable
string of credits to his name.

Skills

Accents American-New York, American-Standard, Cockney, Devon, London, Manchester, RP, Yorkshire
Dance Ballroom Dancing, Jazz Dancing
Music Baritone
Performance Voice Over

Credits

AWL

Acting Credits
Writer Play Role Director
Hedley England The Narcissus Club Charles King Martin Cort
Michael Johnson Last Man Standing Sir John Hobhouse/
Clergyman/Servant
Kenneth Michaels
Ian Buckley England's Pleasant Land David Geddes Alan McCormack
Peter Sutton The Prince of Bhawal Ananda  Lucy Appleby
Lawrence McCambridge-Audini The Winning Post Docherty Peter Mair
Martin Staniforth Crime, Old Boniface Style Old Boniface Brendan Gregory
Martin Baum P.O.E.T.S. Day Conrad Andrew Heart
Harry Saks The Prince of Fake Mark Oxford Jacki Piper
Michael Johnson Hollow Giles Pontecorvo Angelique Fernandez
Michael Johnson England's Hall Septimus Trafford-Wise Gregory Cox
Gareth Pilkington But No Chicks for Free Howard R Day-Campion Gareth Pilkington
Brendan Hennessy Uncle Ludwig Dr Wawruch Derek Bell
Acting Credits (Sketches)
Writer Sketch Role
Christopher Owen Still Waters James
Jane Walker Spinsters Mr Dee
Teresa Jennings Side Kick Plastic Peg
Anthony Murphy Empty Vessels Priest
Liam O'Grady
Dead Duck Day Kenneth
Bob Braithwaite FĂȘte Macabre Percy
Viv Lake No Country for Old Men Paddy
Dermot Murphy Thirteen at Table Mr Mortimer
John Caine When the Wind Blows Dantic
John Petherbridge Boxed Chocolates Thomas
Paul McBain Cookie Trees for Christmas Santa
Carrie Cohen Five Is Not Enough Grundig
Elizabeth Gamberoni It's Best Served Cold Edwin
Gregory Cox Table for Two Waiter
Bob Braithwaite The Scrabblethon Julian
Bob Braithwaite It's for the Kiddies, Really Herod
Melissa Docker A Bleeding Miracle Wise Man 2
Brendan Gregory The Last Scene of the First Act of The Importance of Being Earnest Lane
Melissa Docker & Brendan Gregory The Plot Ray
Directing Credits
Play Writer
Angeldust Catherine Harvey
A Clever Disguise Ronald Fernee

 

 

 

 

 

 

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