John McARDLE

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1949-08-16
Education St Bede's Secdy Modern Sch, E15 Acting Sch Laughton
Publications N/A
Recreations windsurfing, fell walking
Clubs N/A
Style John McArdle, Esq
Career actor; various credits BBC Radio Manchester; also appeared in Horses for Courses (Br Film Sch); patron: Burnly and Rendle NSPCC, Bolton Octogon Theatre, Unity Theatre Liverpool, Liverpool Everyman Youth Theatre, E Lancs Hospice; completed Four Peaks Challenge for Wooden Spoon Soc 2009; hon memb NSPCC Cncl 1994, memb BAFTA; Best Actor Award RTS 2002; subject of This is Your Life 2003; >ir< began with various fringe cos in England and Wales; repertory: Liverpool Playhouse, Liverpool Everyman, Manchester Library Theatre, Contact Theatre, Forum Theatre, Oldham Coliseum, Bolton Octogan, Sheffield Crucible, Chester Gateway, Edinburgh Festival, Young Vic Theatre; The Arbour (RNT Studio) 1997, Snow White (pantomime, Theatre Royal Nottingham), Our Country's Good (Liverpool Playhouse) 2007, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (English Touring Co Far East tour) 2008, Oh, What a Lovely War (Bolton Octogon) 2008, One Night In Istanbul (Liverpool Empire) 2009-10 and (Canal Theatre Dublin) 2010, Demolition Man (Bolton Octagon), Queen of the North (Bolton Octagon); >ir< for BBC incl: Thacker, Underbelly, Gallowglass (Barbara Vine series), Spender, Bambino Mio (Screen One) 1994, Skallergrig (Screen One) 1994, Seaforth 1994, Rich Deceiver 1994, Throwaways (Sch TV) 1996, Born to Run 1996, Casualty 1997, City Central, Holby City, Out of Hours 1998, The Cazelet Chronicles 2001, Rough Aunty 2001, Silver Command (working title) 2001, The Bingo Club 2003, Casualty 2004, Holby City 2004, Merseybeat series II, III and IV, Dalziel and Pascoe, Busby Babes Story, The Muncih Disaster; for Granada incl: Coronation Street, Strangers, Kavanagh QC 1995, Prime Suspect V 1996, Metropolis 2000, My Fragile Heart 2000, Always and Everyone 2001, presenter Case Unsolved; other credits incl: Billy Corkhill in Brookside (Channel Four) 1986-91, Firm Friends (ITV), The Chief (police series, Anglia) 1994, Firm Friends II (Tyne Tees) 1994, Finney (ITV) 1994, Cracker (ITV) 1994, Wycliffe (HTV) 1995, Heartbeat (Yorkshire) 1995 and 2005, Its Not Unusual (Short and Curlies, Channel Four) 1995, In the Place of the Dead (LWT) 1995, And the Beat Goes On (Mersey) 1996, Family Ties (Channel Four) 1997, Lloyd's Bank Film Challenge 1997, Playing the Field (ITV) 1998, Where the Heart Is (ITV), Peak Practice (ITV) 2000-01, Active Defence (ITV) 2001, My Fragile Heart (Tiger Aspect) 2001, Through her Eyes (Channel 7 Australia) 2004, Foyles War (Bently Productions) 2004, prodr Demolition Dave (ITV) 2004-05, Heartbeat (ITV) 2005, The Bill (Talkback Thames) 2005, Mobile (ITV) 2007, Waterloo Road (BBC 1), Casualty, Doctors (ITV), Law and Order UK (ITV), Surviving Disaster (BBC 1), Blue Murder (ITV), All the Small Things (BBC 1), U B Dead (TV movie), Waking the Dead (BBC 1), The Case (BBC 1), Vera (BBC 1), Crime Stories (ITV), New Tricks (BBC 1); >ir< The Circle (Radio 4), Stock 'So Good They Named it Once' (Radio 4); >ir< The Duke (writer and dir) 1999, There's Only One Jimmy Grimble 2000, Revengers Tragedy 2002, Function at the Junction (short film), Killing Joke, Charlie Noades 2008, The Caller, Lone Tomorrow, The Rochdale Pioneers, Friends of Money
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