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A distinguished and Olivier Award-winning theatre actor, ROGER ALLAM's CV also boasts a variety of high-profile film and television roles.

Since joining the RSC in 1981, Roger's roles with the company have included "Javert” in the first production of Les Miserables in 1984, "Macbeth” in Tim Albery's 1996 production of the tragedy and "Benedick" in Much Ado About Nothing. Other recent theatre roles have included "Albin” in La Cage Aux Folles (Playhouse Theatre, West End); "Bernard" in Boeing Boeing (Comedy Theatre West End), Willy Brandt in Democracy (National and West End) and "Ray” in Blackbird (Albery Theatre, West End). Nominated three times for the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actor, Roger took the award in 2002 for his performance as "Terri Dennis” in Peter Nichol's production of Privates on Parade at the Donmar Warehouse.

Roger's most recent film appearance was as "Royalton” in the Wachowski Brothers' Speedracer. Other film credits include: the Queen's private secretary "Robin Janvrin” in Stephen Frears' The Queen; "Sir John Hamilton” in Ken Loach's The Wind that Shakes the Barley; and "Adrian” in Michael Winterbottom's A Cock and Bull Story.

Roger's TV credits include Ashes to Ashes, Margaret, Spooks and The Curse of Steptoe. In 2007, Roger appeared for the first time as "Peter Mannion MP” in acclaimed BBC comedy The Thick of It, going on to reprise his role in the subsequent series.


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