Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
Wes Anderson to Sarah Badel
Edward Atterton Biography ((?)-)
Born in England.
- Septimus, Arcadia, Royal National Theatre, London, 1994
- Also appeared as Marius, Les Miserables, Nottingham Playhouse, Nottingham, England.
- Second lover in Mario's, Look Me in the Eye, Skreba Films, 1994
- Freddy Prideaux-Jones, True Blue, Manuel Salvaddor, 1996
- Frick, Far Harbor (also known as Mr. Spielberg's Boat), Castle Hill, 1996
- Lieutenant Andre, The Man in the Iron Mask, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1998
- Boku, Ichigensan (also known as The First Timers), 1999
- Nigel (Earl of Marshwood), Relative Values, First Look Pictures Releasing, 2000
- Heath Pierson, Carolina (also known as Carolina Torn Asunder), Miramax, 2002
- Dr. Alex Taylor (house officer), Medics, Granada Television, 1993
- Johnathan Vance, Three, MTV, 1998
- Arthur, The Mists of Avalon, TNT, 2001
- Fergus, The Vacillations of Poppy Carew, BBC, 1995
- Charles Farrier, The Wingless Bird (also known as Catherine Cookson's The Wingless Bird), Tyne Tees Television, 1997
- Gringoire, The Hunchback, TNT, 1997
- Nick Summerfield, Rough Treatment, Carlton Television, 2000
- Reynolds, Britannic, Fox Family Channel, 2000
- Also appeared as the crown prince/Chinese emperor, Hans Christian Anderson; also appeared in Gai Jin, ABC.
- Robert Siddaway, "The Missing Will," Poirot, London Weekend Television and Arts & Entertainment, 1989
- Dan Kopeland, Peak Practice, Carlton Television and Central Independent Television, 1996
- Also appeared as Captain Peter d'Abeloud, Sharpe's Honour, CentralIndependent Television and Carlton Television. Also appeared in Pie in the Sky, BBC; Sharpe's Rifles, Central Independent Television and Carlton Television; and The Inspector Alleyn Mysteries, BBC.
- Danny Hecht, "Truth Be Told," Alias, ABC, 2001
- Also appeared as Dan, Born in Brooklyn, ABC.
- Appeared as Comte de Beauvoisis, Scarlet and Black, BBC; and How to Speak Japanese.
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