Richard Pryal


Richard originally trained at Central School of Speech and Drama.

His credits include: 'EASTENDERS'(BBC), 'KING JOHN' (RSC), 'KILLING EVE' (Sid Gentle Films Ltd.), 'MANHUNT' (Buffalo Pictures), 'THE PLOUGH AND THE STARS' (National Theatre) and 'AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE' (Chichester Festival Theatre).


  • Height: 6' 0 (183cm)
  • Playing Age: 34 - 37
  • Eye Colour: Blue-Grey
  • Hair Colour: Fair
  • Hair Length: Short
  • Unions: Equity
  • Appearance: WhiteEastern European


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IN LOVE WITH ALMA COGAN, Young Eddie- Capriol Films (director: Tony Britten)
THE BASELINE, Nick- Dangerous Productions (director: Brendon O'Loughlin)
STARDUST, CG Reference Actor for Tertius- MARV Films/Paramount (director: Matthew Vaughn)



KILLING EVE SERIES 2, Peel's Lawyer- Sid Gentle Films Ltd. (director: Lisa Bruhlmann)
MANHUNT, Custody Sergeant- Buffalo Pictures (director: Marc Evans)
LONDON SPY, Police Officer- Working Title (director: Jakob Verbruggen)
A PASSIONATE WOMAN, Radio Announcer (voice)- BBC & Rollem Productions (director: Kay Mellor & Antonia Bird)
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, Jeremy- Capriol Films & Sky Arts (director; Tony Britten)
DAVID COPPERFIELD, Fisherman- BBC (director: Simon Curtis)


KING JOHN, Austria- RSC (director: Eleanor Rhode)
LOVE'S LABOURS LOST, Berowne- Oxford Shakespeare Company (director: Nick Green)
THE PLOUGH AND THE STARS, Corporal Stoddart- National Theatre (director: Howard Davies & Jeremy Herrin)
AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE, Mr Pettersen- Chichester Festival Theatre (director: Howard Davies)
THE SNOW QUEEN, Prince Charming/Rudy- Royal & Derngate (director: Gary Sefton)
SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER, Diggory- Theatre Royal Bath (director: Lindsay Posner)
CAUGHT, Bob- Arcola Theatre (director: Cressida Brown)
HAMLET IS DEAD. NO GRAVITY, Oli- Arcola Theatre (director: Andrea Ferran)
THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE, Aslan- Rose Theatre Kingston (director: Ciaran McConville)
MACBETH, Banquo- Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre (director: Alex Clifton)
THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, Antipholus of Ephesus- Grosvenor Park Open Air Theatre (director: Alex Clifton)
IRON OXIDE : COURTING DRAMA, Callum- Southwark Playhouse (director; Blythe Stewart)
ROMEO & JULIET, Tybalt & Friar Laurence- Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds (director: Lynne Whitehead)
THREE SISTERS, Rode- Young Vic (director: Benedict Andrews)
WE LOVE YOU CITY, Tony- Belgrade Theatre & Talking Birds (director: Paul Warwick)
FARM BOY, Grandson- New Perspectives & 59e59 Theatre, New York (director: Daniel Buckroyd)
TRANSLATIONS, Lieutenant Yolland- Leicester Curve (director: Mick Gordon)
THE TEMPEST, Ferdinand & Caliban- Oxford Shakespeare Co. (director: Mick Gordon)
THE UGLY ONE, Karlmann- Theatre Royal Norwich Actors Company (director: Hannah Eidinow)
THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, Gratiano- The Changeling Theatre Co. (director: Rob Forknall)
THE THREEPENNY OPERA, Crook-Fingered Jake- Theatre Paradisum (director: Peter Beck)
CRY OF THE EARTH, Narrator- The Winter Gardens (director: John Hancorn)
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, Demetrius- Ken Hill House (director: Michael Culkin)
A MEMORY, A MONOLOGUE, A RANT AND A PRAYER, Michael Cunningham- Rise (director: Chris Lane)
NOYES FLUDDE, God- Nightingale Productions (director: Robert Hersey)
TAMBURLAINE (A DEVILISH EXERCISE), Bajazeth- Rose Theatre Bankside (director: Chris Lane)
EDWARD II (A DEVILISH EXERCISE), Lancaster- Rose Theatre Bankside (director: Chris Lane)
TWELFTH NIGHT, Orsino- Ken Hill House (director: Ali Boag)
THE WILLIAM POEL FESTIVAL, Macbeth- Theatre Royal Haymarket (director: Geoff Colman)



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