Roger Anthony LLOYD PACK

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1944-02-08
Education Bedales, RADA
Publications N/A
Recreations tennis, chess, gardening, travelling, reading, music
Clubs Garrick, Soho House
Style Roger Lloyd Pack, Esq
Career actor; >ir< rep at Northampton, Coventry, Bromley, Leatherhead and season RSC; roles incl: Tartuffe in Tartuffe (Royal Exchange Manchester), Rocco in Snow Orchid (Gate Theatre), Etienne Plucheux in Flea in Her Ear (Old Vic), Kafka in Kafka's Dick (Royal Court), Waldemar in Deliberate Death of a Polish Priest (Almeida), Tim in Noises Off (Lyric, Savoy), Joey in The Homecoming (Garrick), Aston in the Caretaker (Shaw), Victor in One for the Road (Lyric); RNT: Chrysaldus in School for Wives, Juan in Yerma, Rosmer in Rosmersholm, The Garden of England, Osip Mandelstam in Futurists, Osip in Wild Honey, Will in Caritas; other prodns incl: Fred in Party Time (Almeida), Oberon in A Midsummer Night's Dream (Haymarket Leicester), Albert Parker in When We Are Married (Savoy), Davies in The Caretaker, Aunt Augusta in Travels With My Aunt (Far East Tour), Prospero in the Tempest (Edinburgh Festival), Yvan in Art (Wyndham's Theatre, nat tour), Konik in Light (Theatre de Complicité), Dr Miller in The Deep Blue Sea (nat tour), Brian in The Dark (Donmar Warehouse), Robert in Blue/Orange (Sheffield Crucible), Draycott in The Winterling (Royal Court), Dame in Dick Whittington (Barbican), Censor in The Last Laugh (nat tour), Ash in Dealer's Choice (Menier Chocolate Factory and Tragalr Studios), Sartorius in Widowers' Horses (Royal Exchange Manchester), Dr Dorn in The Seagull (Arcola Theatre), Buckingham in Richard III (Globe Theatre), Aguecheek in Twelfth Night (Globe Theatre); >ir< incl: Newitt in Vicar of Dibley (ITV), Trigger in Only Fools and Horses (10 series, BBC), Phillips in Dandelion Dead (LWT), Fred in Party Time (Channel Four), Derek in Clothes in the Wardrobe (BBC), Quentin in Archer's Goon (6 episodes, BBC), Plitplov in The Gravy Train (2 series, Channel Four/Portman), David Irving in Selling Hitler (Euston Films), Mr Bean (Thames), Frankie in The Object of Beauty (BBC), Glendenning in The Contractor (BBC), Liz in The Naked Civil Servant (Thames), Sydney Bagley in Brassneck (BBC), Kavanagh QC, Mr Sowerberry in Oliver Twist (ITV), Captain Mann in Longitude (Granada), Murder Rooms (BBC), Norman Pendleton in Born and Bred (BBC), Dalziel and Pascoe, Mick Mortimer in The Bill (ITV), Detective in Marjorie and Gladys, Inspector Caux in Poirot (Carlton), Lumic in Dr Who (BBC), Jim in What we did on our Holidays (Granada), Mr Johnson in The History of Mr Polly (ITV), The Old Guys (BBC), Billy in Survivors (BBC), Hustle (BBC), The Borgias (Sky), George Gentley (BBC); >ir< incl: Fred in Young Poisoner's Handbook, piano teacher in Interview with a Vampire, Judge Haythorn in Princess Caraboo, Dr Butler in American Friends, Dr Pitman in Wilt, Geoff in The Cook, The Thief, His Wife & Her Lover, Charles in The Go-Between, The Virgin Soldiers, Young Anthony Quinn in The Magus, Barty Crouch in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Lord Brocklebank in The Living in the Land of the Dead, Made in Dagenham, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, In Love wiht Alma Cogan; >ir< British Theatre Assoc Drama Awards Best Supporting Actor (for Wild Honey and One for the Road) 1984
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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