Stephen MOORE

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1937-12-11
Education Archbishop Tenison's GS London, Central Sch of Speech and Drama (Lawrence Olivier Award)
Books & Publications
Recreations supporter Chelsea FC, motor cycling, music, computing
Clubs N/A
Style Stephen Moore, Esq
Career actor; prof stage debut 1959 as 1st Immigration Officer in A View from the Bridge (Theatre Royal Windsor), London stage debut 1959 as William in As You Like It (Old Vic Theatre Co); many radio plays, dramas and short stories incl The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy; >ir< numerous appearances; Old Vic Theatre Co 1959-61 incl: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Dr Faustus, Twelfth Night, The White Devil, Saint Joan, Romeo and Juliet, Mourning Becomes Electra; Theatre Royal Windsor 1959-1968 incl: Pride and Prejudice, Present Laughter, An Ideal Husband, The Importance of Being Ernest; Mermaid Theatre 1962-67 incl: The Plough and the Stars, The Good Soldier Schweyk, The Trojan Wars, The Fight for Barbara; Royal Court 1963-72 incl: Julius Caesar, Ojections to Sex and Violence, Action, Treats; Colchester Rep Co 1967-68 incl: A Day In The Life of Joe Egg, Spring and Port Wine (also dir), Forget-Me-Not Lane; Bristol Old Vic 1969-71 incl: Major Barbara, Macbeth, A Streetcar Named Desire, Woyzeck, The Iceman Cometh, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf; RSC 1973-86 incl: Section Nine, Peter Pan, Henry VIII, Twelfth Night, All's Well That Ends Well, Poppy, Mother Courage, A Penny for a Song; RNT 1977-1998 incl: Bedroom Farce, State of Revolution, Plenty, The Romans in Britain, The Life of Galileo, Love for Love, The Threepenny Opera, Dalliance, A Small Family Business, Sister Feelings, The Shaughraun, Peer Gynt, Piano, An Enemy of the People, The Cherry Orchard, The President of an Empty Room, The Hot House 2007; West End appearances incl: Hughie and Others (Duchess) 1963, It's a Two Foot Six Inches Above The Ground World (Wyndham's) 1970, Treats (Mayfair) 1976, New Found Land (Arts Theatre) 1977, Bedroom Farce (Prince of Wales, also Broadway) 1978, The Hardshoulder (Aldwych) 1983, Paris Match (Garrick) 1989, Reflected Glory (Vaudeville) 1992, Disposing of the Body (Hampstead) 1999, The Cherry Orchard (National Theatre) 2001, My Fair Lady (Theatre Royal Drury Lane) 2003, Festen (Lyric) 2004-05, The History Boys (Wyndham's) 2006-07, The Hothouse (Nat Theatre) 2008; >ir< debut in 1962 as Georges in Dinner With the Family (BBC); since then over 200 appearance incl: Three Men in a Boat, Brideshead Revisited, The Secret Diary - The Growing Pains of Adrian Mole, Rock Follies, Middlemarch, Solo, Just Between Ourselves, Small World, Soldiers Talking Cleanly, Love on A Gunboat, Just William, The Last Place on Earth, Love on a Branchline, The Beat Goes On, The Queen's Nose (4 series), The Missing Postman, Leprechauns, Silent Witness, Ready When You Are Mr McGill, Foyles War, The Brief; guest appearances with Fry and Laurie, Dawn French, Emma Thompson, Rowan Atkinson, Lenny Henry, Alexei Sayle and Harry Enfield; >ir< roles incl: Young Man in The White Bus, Major Steele in A Bridge Too Far, Michael in White Bird, Guy in Diversion, Howard in Singleton's Pluck, Mr Jolly in Clockwise, Roscoe in Under Suspicion, MacKenzie in Brassed Off; >ir< winner of SWET Award (now known as The Olivier Award) for Best Actor in a Revival for A Doll's House (RSC) 1982; 1983 SWET Award nominations incl: Best Actor in a Musical, Best Supporting Actor, Best Actor in a Revival; Tony Award nomination for Broadway prodn of All's Well That Ends Well 1983
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