Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
Nicholas Selby to Marc Singer
Malcolm Sinclair Biography ((?)-)
- Deputy stage manager, Success Is the Best Revenge (also known as Le succes a tout prix), Gaumont, 1984
- Estate agent, Sweet Nothing, 1990
- Dr. Triefus, The Young Poisoner's Handbook (also known as Das Handbuch des jungen Giftmischers), novemberfilm/Astra Film, 1995
- Paul Doring, Keep the Aspidistra Flying (also known as Comstockand Rosemary and A Merry War), Lions Gate Films, 1997
- Assistant chief constable Freddy Fisher, Pie in the Sky, BBC, 1994
- Various characters, The Last Machine, BBC2, 1995
- Charles Frayling, God on the Rocks, Channel 4, 1990
- John Le Mesurier, Hancock, BBC, 1991
- Quinn, A Question of Guilt, BBC, 1993
- Frobisher, The Writing on the Wall (also known as Operation Schmetterling), BBC, 1994
- Hugo Tripp, Under the Moon, 1995
- Nicholas Purnell QC, Anybody's Nightmare, 2001
- Also appeared in Now That It's Morning, Channel 4.
- Alan, Big Battalions, Channel 4, 1991
- Abbe Castanede, The Scarlet and Black, BBC, 1993
- London doctor, Scarlett, CBS, 1994
- Richard Rampton, McLibel!, BBC, 1997
- Prince Shcherbatsky, Anna Karenina, 2000
- Conyngham, Victoria & Albert, Arts and Entertainment, 2001
- Peter Lambert, "Rumpole and the Age of Miracles," Rumpole of the Bailey, Thames TV and PBS, 1988
- Mr. Pollock/Sinton, "Undercover," Boon, Central Television, 1990
- Edward Clayton, "The Mystery of the Spanish Chest," Poirot, LWT, 1991
- Chief Constable, "Quarry," A Touch of Frost, 1995
- Brig Henry Devonshire, "No Pain, No Gain," Soldier Soldier, 1997
- Mike Price, "Toys and Boys," Casualty 13, BBC1, 1998
- Hugo Levinson, "Tinderbox," The Bill, ITV1, 1999
- Alan Bradford, "Beyond the Grave," Midsomer Murders, ITV and Artsand Entertainment, 2000
- Julian, "The Executioner's Mask," Relic Hunter, syndicated, 2001
- Also appeared as Giles Luckhurst, "The More Loving One," Kavanagh Q.C., Central Independent TV.
- Ronnie, "Me and the Girls" (also known as "Noel Coward Stories: Me and the Girls" and "Noel Coward Stories"), Masterpiece Theatre, PBS, 1987
- Appeared in Esther Waters, BBC; Everyone a Winner, BBC; asByron, Byron--A Personal Tour, BBC; Rassendyll and The King, Prisoner of Zenda, BBC.
- George, the duke of Clarence, Richard III, Royal National Theatre,London, then Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York City, 1992
Cressida, Almeida Theatre Company, Albery Theatre, London, 2000
Privates on Parade, Donmar Warehouse, London, 2001
- Also appeared as Mazzini Dunn, Heartbreak House, Almeida Theatre,London; as Jeeves, By Jeeves, Duke of Yorks Theatre, London; Splendids, Lyric Hammersmith Theatre, London; The Case of Rebellious Susan, Orange Tree, London; Dark River, Orange Tree; The Millionairess, Greenwich Theatre, London; Facades, Lyric Hammersmith Theatre; Anatole, The Gate Theatre, London; London's Cuckolds, Lyric Hammersmith Theatre; Little Lies, Wyndhams Theatre, London; regional toursof Hamlet and Comedy of Errors, both with Royal Shakespeare Company; Serebryakov, Uncle Vanya, Royal Shakespeare Company, Young VicTheatre; as Malvolio, Twelfth Night, Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, England; and in The Misanthrope and as Kingston, Racing Demon, bothNational Theatre, London.
- Appeared in Midsummer Night's Dream, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston, and Carnegie Hall, New York City; A Survivor in Warsaw, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston, then with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, RoyalFestival Hall; A Soldier's Tale, Nash Ensemble; Peter and the Wolf, East of England Orchestra, Nottingham; and Morning Heroes, RoyalLiverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
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