Lord Arlington played by Michael Cochrane
Nell Gwynn (2017)
Written by: Jessica Swale
Previous theatre includes: While the Sun Shines (Bath); Wonderland (Hampstead); Dandy Dick (Brighton/Tour); The Colour of Justice (Theatre Royal, Stratford East/Victoria Palace); The Bomb, The Great Game: Afghanistan, Bloody Sunday, Dance of Death, Nuremberg (Tricycle); Blithe Spirit, Funny Money (Sonning); Over the Moon, The Merchant of Venice (Old Vic); Beyond a Joke (ETC); On Approval (Guildford/Tour); Married Love (Wyndham’s); Pride and Prejudice; Crown Matrimonial, The Aspern Papers, Lady Windermere’s Fan (Tour); Noises Off (Savoy); The Importance of Being Earnest (Chichester), and 13 Rue De L’amour (Phoenix Theatre London).
Film includes: The Iron Lady, A Different Loyalty, The Saint, Incognito, The Far Pavilions, and Return of the Soldier.
Television includes: Decline and Fall, The Crown, Agatha Raisin, We’re Doomed!: The Making of Dad’s Army, Downton Abbey, Cradle to Grave, Man Down, Vicious, Coalition, The Musketeers, The Escape Artist, Panto!, Sharpe, Titanic – Blood and Steel, Holy Flying Circus, Law & Order, New Tricks, Criminal Justice, Heartbeat, Margaret, Mutual Friends, Mumbai Calling, To the Manor Born, The Long Walk to Finchley, Suez, The Worst Christmas of My Life, Wire in the Blood, In Praise of Hardcore, The Government Inspector, Monarch of the Glen, Jonathan Creek, Spooks, Falklands Play, The Cry, A Touch of Frost, Micawber, The Innocent, Perfect World, Longitude, Nancherrow, The Broker’s Man, Simisola, The Chief, Dangerous Man, Murder of Quality, Wings, Citadel, Pie in the Sky, and The Darling Buds of May.
Radio includes: ‘Oliver Sterling’ in BBC Radio 4’s The Archers since 2000. He is a regular voice in numerous plays, serials and readings for broadcast on BBC Network Radio.