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STEPHEN TOMPKINSON

Stephen Tompkinson has wide experience in television, film, radio and theatre. His most recent television work includes the third series of In Deep, Ted and Alice and the lead role in Lucky Jim. Television plays and single episodes include Flint Street Nativity, First Signs Of Madness, A Very Open Prison, The Deep Blue Sea, Casualty and as Eric in And A Nightingale Sang. Stephen’s films include the critically acclaimed Brassed Off, Treacle, Hotel Splendide, and Tabloid TV. He has also had parts in a wide range of plays including Ivan in Art and Mortimer Brewster in Arsenic and Old Lace (both West End) the title role in Tartuffe (on tour), Paul in No One Sees The Video (Royal Court), Alec in Across The Ferry (Bush Theatre) and Tony in Women Laughing (Manchester Royal Exchange).


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