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Mike Goodenough appeared as Ralph in Brute Farce's hugely successful run at the Brockley Jack Theatre and as Colin in episode 17 of Mile High - Sky One's most popular drama.

He created the roles of Pat in the world premiere of Robin Hooper's Free from Sorrow at the Tristan Bates and Robert in Richard Bean's Smack Family Robinson at Live Theatre, Newcastle.


Mike is an original member of Net Curtains Theatre Company appearing in Skyscraping (Southwark Playhouse) and After the Fact (Soho Theatre Studio). He trained at the Manchester Polytechnic School of Theatre.

Winner of The Stage Best Ensemble Award 1998

Accents: Native London, RP, Geordie, Gloucester, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh/Glasgow, Belfast/Dublin, New York/Texas.
Languages: German
Sports: Football, Tennis.

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Production Role Director Company / Venue
Mile High Colin various Sky One
Sea of Souls   Richard Laxton BBC Scotland
Serious and Organised   Lance Kneeshaw Carlton
The Vice   Jon East LWT
Peak Practice   Mark Roper Carlton
The Bill   Chris Lovett Pearson TV
London’s Burning   Gareth Milne LWT
Clarkson   Brian Klein BBC
Come Together (Feature)   Graham Theakston Universal/Working Title
Bouncers Ralph Victoria Lepper Brockley Jack Theatre
Free from Sorrow Pat Robert Bowman Tristan Bates Theatre
SkyScraping Bill Jo Cattell Southwark Playhouse
Smack Family Robinson Robert Jeremy Herrin Live Theatre,Newcastle
Joe and Ken Kenneth Halliwell Syd Golder King’s Head
After the Fact Mark Kirsty Housley Soho Theatre Studio
Molly Malone -The Musical Michaul Ros Scanlon Riverside Studios
Hobson’s Choice Freddie (u/s) Jonathan Church Touring Consortium
Of Mice and Men Lennie Trevellyan Wright Birmingham Rep
Jukebox   Syd Golder Kings Head
Is It A Crime To Be Happy?   Syd Golder Kings Head
Accommodating Moose Moose Ross MacDonald The Onion Shed
Love! Valour! Compassion!   Stephen Henry

Theatre 28/Bedlam Edinburgh/Tristan Bates

Raspberry Kings Head Theatre
Rehearsed readings

Acting credits with awl include:



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