Michael Matus

OVERVIEW

Michael trained at RADA.

His credits include:  The Split (Sister Pictures/BBC), Richard III (UK Tour), ‘King Lear’(The Duke Of York's Theatre), ‘Broken Glass’ (Watford Palace), ‘The Wizard of Oz’ (The Crucible Theatre) ‘The Roman Actor’(RSC), ‘Endeavour’ (ITV), A Midsummer Nights Dream (The Globe),  Phantom of the Opera (Her Majesty's Theatre),  Oklahoma! (Chichester Festival Theatre), Lend Me A Tenor (West End).

CHARACTERISTICS

  • Height: 5' 8 (173cm)
  • Playing Age: 41 - 50
  • Eye Colour: Green
  • Hair Colour: Dark Brown
  • Hair Length: Short
  • Appearance: WhiteMediterranean

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CREDITS

Film

LITTLE GAMES, Gilbert – Salammbo Press and Natasha Films Limited (director: Stéfane Houssier)

AS SEEN: THE PASSION OF PHIL SMITH, Phil Smith – NFTS (director: Luis Rodrigues Guiomar)

Television

SHAKESPEARE AND HATHAWAY, Tom Porter – BBC (director: various)
THE SPLIT(SERIES 2), Mr Matthews- Sister Pictures/BBC (director: Paula van der Oest)
ENDEAVOUR, Vet- ITV (director: Colm McCarthy)
A PRINCE AMOUNG MEN, BBC Television (director: Mike Stevens)
THEN (pilot), Channel 4 (director: Steve Bendelak)
THE BILL, Thames- (director: Chris Lovitt)
A PERFECT WORLD, BBC Television (director: Mark Holness)
EASTENDERS, BBC Television (director: Jean Stewart)
THIS IS DOM JOLY, Guest lead- BBC Television (director: Dom Joly)
PRINCE AMONG MEN, Head Of Sport BBC- BBC Television

Theatre

THE ASTONISHING TIMES OF TIMOTHY CRATCHIT, Giuseppe Grimaldi- Hope Mill Theatre (director: Johnathan O’Boyle)
RICHARD III, Edward/ Stanley- National Theatre and Headlong Theatre Tour (director: John Haidar).
KING LEAR, Oswald- The Duke Of York's Theatre (director: Jonathan Munby)
BROKEN GLASS, Phillip Gellburg- Watford Palace (director: Richard Beecham)
THE WIZARD OF OZ, Uncle Henry- Sheffield Crucible (director: Rob Hastie)
KING LEAR, Oswald- Chichester Festival Theatre (director: Jonathan Munby)
THE FROGS, Dionysos- Jermyn Street Theatre (director: Grace Wessels)
PETER AND THE STARCATCHER, Mrs Bumbrake- Royal Theatre Northampton (director: Luke Sheppard)
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, Monsieur Firmin- Her Majesty's Theatre (director: Harold Prince)
WOMEN ON THE VERGE OF A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN, Director/ Detective/ Magistrate- Playhouse Theatre (directors: Bartlett Sher)
THE RETURN OF THE SOLDIER, William Grey/ Doctor Anderson- Jermyn Street Theatre (director: Charlotte Westenra)
HOSTAGE SONG, Jim- Finborough Theatre (director: James Veitch)
THE A-Z OF MRS P, Sandor- Southwark Playhouse (director: Sam Buntrock)
THE POTSDAM QUARTER, Aaron- Jermyn Street Theatre (director: Anthony Biggs)
SOUND OF MUSIC, Max Detweiler- Regent's Park Theatre (director: Rachel Kavanagh)
YES PRIME MINISTER, Bernard- (directors: Mark Goucher/ Michael Gyngell)
TABOO, Petal- (directors: Danielle Tarento/Chis Renshaw)
WONDERFUL TOWN, Valenti- The Lowry & Tour (director: Braham Murray)
THE SNOW QUEEN, Mr. Overskou/JJ/Bae- Rose Theatre (director: Natascha Metherell)
THE BAKER'S WIFE, Aimable- Union Theatre (director: Michael Strassen)
LEND ME A TENOR, Tito- Gielgud Theatre (director: Ian Talbot)
TIS PITY SHE'S A WHORE, Berghetto/The Cardinal- West Yorkshire Playhouse (director: Jonathan Munby)
LEND ME A TENOR, Tito- Plymouth (director: Ian Talbot)
OKLAHOMA!, Ali Hakim- Chichester Festival Theatre (director: John Doyle)
IMAGINE THIS, Izzy- New London Theatre (director: Tim Sheader)
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM/ TIMON OF ATHENS, Peter Quince- The Globe Theatre (director: Jonathan Munby)
ROUGH CROSSINGS, Granville Sharp- (director: Rupert Goold)
MAHABARATA, Duryodhana- Sadler's Wells (director: Stuart Wood)
THE CANTERBURY TALES, Chaucer- Gielgud Theatre- West End (Various Directors)
THE CANTERBURY TALES, Monk/Manciple/Don Juan- Royal Shakespeare Company (Various Directors)
COMEDY OF ERRORS, Dromio of Syracuse- Sheffield Crucible (director: Jonathan Munby)
WEST YORKSHIRE PLAYHOUSE, Krogstad- A Doll's House (director: Matthew LLoyd)
HUMBLE BOY, Felix Humble- Northcott Theatre (director: Kate Saxon)
THE GENTLEMEN OF OLMEDO, Tello- Watermill Theatre (director: Jonathan Munby)
THE VENETIAN TWINS,Zanetto/Tonino- Watermill Theatre (director: Jonathan Munby)
THE CHERRY ORCHARD, Yepikhodov- Oxford Stage Company (director: Dominic Dromgoole)
THE ISLAND PRINCESS, King of Tidore- Royal Shakespeare Company (director: Greg Doran)
THE MALCONTENT, Ferrardo- Royal Shakespeare Company (director: Dominic Cook)
THE ROMAN ACTOR, Latinus the Actor- Royal Shakespeare Company (director: Sean Holmes)
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, Tranio- Theatre Royal Plymouth/Tour (director: Mark Rosenblatt)
EASTWARD HO!, Sir Petronel Flash- Royal Shakespeare Company (director: Lucy Pittman-Wallace)
THE MILL ON THE FLOSS, Philip- Shared Experience (directors: Nancy Meckler/Polly Teale)
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, Puck- Wild Thyme (director: Guy Retallack)
EATING RAOUL, Paul Bland- Bridewell Theatre (director: Craig Horwood)
HARD TIMES, Bounderby- Newbery Watermill Theatre (director: Guy Retallack)
LION, WITCH AND THE WARDROBE,Tumnus- Royal Shakespeare Company (director: Adrian Noble)
IMMACULATE MISCONCEPTION, Frankenthaler- Djerrassi (director: Gordon Greenburg)
JANE EYRE, St John/Dog- Shared Experience (director: Polly Teale)
BETRAYAL OF NORA BLAKE, Jeffrey- Cole Kitchen (director: Nikolas Grace)
EMMA, Elton- Gilded Balloon (director: Guy Retallack)
RICHARD III, Buckingham- Pleasance Theatre (director: Guy Retallack)
MARTIN GUERRE,Benoit The Fool- Cameron Mackintosh (director: Declan Donellan)
THE END OF THE AFFAIR, Henry- Salisbury Playhouse Theatre (director: Rupert Goold)

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