Barry Clarke

Actor, Extra

London, United Kingdom
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Physical Details

Height:
170 cm / 5ft 7in
Waist:
88 cm / 35in
Weight:
77 kg / 169 lbs
Eye color:
Grey
Ethnicity:
White / Caucasian
Hair color:
Other
Chest:
106 cm / 42 in
Hair length:
Short

Acting

Comte de Rochefort in 'The Three Musketeers': Network Theatre (Dec 2008)

Narrator in 'Dick Lothario Goes Tits Up!': Class Stage Productions: Cafe de Paris; London (Oct 29 2008)

Various roles in ‘Statues in Shakespeare’: Fund-raiser for Garrick’s Temple, Hampton (July 2008)

Lyova: ‘Facades’: Stage Company/ Lion’s Mane Company: Colour House Theatre and Riverside Studios: Hammersmith (Apl/ May 2008)

Marco in a brand-new musical ‘Suburban Spaceman’: Network Theatre (Feb 2008)

Frank: Arnold Wesker’s ‘The Kitchen’: Network Theatre (2007)

Graham Whittaker: Alan Bennett’s ‘A Chip in the Sugar’: PROBUS charity fund-raiser (2007)

Sir Andrew Aguecheek: ‘Twelfth Night’: (for Antic Disposition) Festival du Quercy, France (2007)

Lyova: in a new play: ‘Facades’: Network Theatre (2007)

Antonio: ‘The Merchant of Venice’: Network Theatre (2006)

Don Pedro in Aphra Behn’s ‘The Rover’: Network Theatre (2006)

Julian in ‘a brand spanking new musical’: ‘Karaoke Wedding’: Network Theatre (2006)

4th Tempter/ 3rd Knight in ‘Murder in the Cathedral’: Network Theatre (2005)

Camp Wedding Photographer in a new play ‘Extra Time’: Network Theatre (2005)

Friar and various: ‘The Canterbury Tales’: Southwark Playhouse (2005)

Citizen of Rome in Deborah Warner’s ‘Julius Caesar’: Barbican (2005)

Xavier: ‘Portrait of a Lady’: South London Theatre (1996)

Alan Turing: ‘Breaking the Code’: Chicago, Illinois (1991/2)

TV & Reality

Dr Keneally QC: Disputed Identity: ITV 1 to be aired Nov 10th 2008

Churchill Insurance TV advert (2006)

The Catherine Tate Show: Tiger Aspect (2005)

The Paul O’Grady Show: (2005)

Film:

Dodgy Carer: Promotional film for the National Centre for Independent Living (2001)

Nosy Neighbour: ‘Money’: an independent short film: London (1996)

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