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Claudio played by Phil Cumbus

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Much Ado About Nothing (2011)

Globe favourite Phil Cumbus returned from Abu Dhabi with the 'Playing Shakespeare' Macbeth to join the main 2011 season as Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing.

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Claudio played by Ann Ogbomo

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Much Ado About Nothing (2004)

Ann Ogbomo played Claudio in the 2004 production of Much Ado About Nothing in her second season at Shakespeare's Globe. In 2003 she was a member of the Globe's first all-female company; she played Catesby and the First Murderer in Richard III.

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Claudio played by Alex Hassell

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Measure For Measure (2004)

Alex Hassell played Claudio in the 2004 production of Measure For Measure, in his first season at the Globe.

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Cleon, Fisherman, Pandar played by Harry Gostelow

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Pericles (2005)

Harry Gostelow returned to Shakespeare's Globe to play Cleon in the 2005 production of Pericles. In 1999 he played Dr Pinch in The Comedy of Errors and in 2000, he played Guildenstern in Hamlet.

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Cleopatra played by Eve Best

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Antony & Cleopatra (2014)

Eve returns to the Globe as Cleopatra in Antony and Cleopatra. 
Eve trained at Oxford University and RADA.
Previous work for Shakespeare’s Globe includes: Macbeth (director); Much Ado About Nothing and Macbeth.
Other theatre credits include: The ...

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Cominius played by Joseph Marcell

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Coriolanus (2006)

Joseph Marcell played Cominius in the 2006 production of Coriolanus, in his first season at Shakespeare's Globe.

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Cordelia played by Tonia Chauvet

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King Lear (2001)

Tonia Chauvet returned to the Globe to play Cordelia in the 2001 poduction of King Lear, having previously appeared in As You Like It and A Mad World My Masters

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Cordelia/Lear's Fool played by Bethan Cullinane

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King Lear (2013)

Bethan Cullinane makes her Globe debut as Cordelia and Lear's Fool in the 2013 touring production of King Lear.

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