Harry Waller

Harry Waller

Overview

Harry trained at Rose Bruford College. His theatre work includes 'Parkway Dreams' (Eastern Angles) 'The Way of the World' and 'Hobson’s Choice' (Sheffield Crucible) and Scripps in 'The History Boys' (UK Tour). Harry then went on to work for the RSC in  'Love's Labour's Lost', 'Love's Labour's Won' ,  'The Christmas Truce' and 'Wendy and Peter'. He is currently appearing in 'Loves Labours Lost' and 'Much Ado About Nothing' in conjunction with Chichester Festival Theatre, which is playing at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.

Characteristics

  • Height: 6' 0 (183cm)
  • Weight: 12st 4lb (78kg)
  • Playing Age: 25 - 32
  • Eye Colour: Blue
  • Hair Colour: Dark Brown
  • Hair Length: Short
  • Unions: Equity
  • Appearance: White, Eastern European, Mediterranean

Theatre

Much Ado About Nothing, Balthasar/ Understudy Don John, Theatre Royal Haymarket, (director: Christopher Luscombe)

Loves Labour's Lost, Footman/ Understudy Longaville, Theatre Royal Haymarket, (director: Christopher Luscombe)

Loves Labour's Lost, Gamekeeper, Chichester Festival Theatre (director: Christopher Luscombe)

Love's Labour's Won, Balthesar/ Understudy Don John, Chichester Festival Theatre (director: Christopher Luscombe)

Wendy and Peter, Slightly, RSC, (director: Jonathan Munby)

Love's Labour's Lost, Gamekeeper/ Understudy, RSC (director: Christopher Luscombe)  

Love's Labour's Won, Balthesar/ Understudy, RSC (director: Christopher Luscombe)

The Christmas Truce, Smith, RSC (director: Erica Whyman) 

The Brontes of Dunwich Heath and Cliff, Rochester/Gilbert, Eastern Angles (director; Ivan Cutting)

Parkway Dreams, Wydham Thomas, Eatern Angles (director; Ivan Cutting)

The Way of the World, John, Sheffield Crucible (director: Lyndsey Turner)
Hobson's Choice, Albert Prosser, Sheffield Crucible (director: Christopher Luscombe)
The History Boys, Scripps, Theatre Royal Bath Tour (director: Christopher Luscombe)
The History Boys, U/s and played Posner, Scripps and Lockwood, West Yorkshire Playhouse (director: Christopher Luscombe)
The Time of Your Life, Wesley, Finborough Theatre (director: Max Lewendel)
The Steadfast Tin Soldier, Doctor of War, NYT (director: Amanda Hill)
Uncle Eric's Italian Job, Terry, New Vic Theatre Stoke (director: David Graham)
Sondheim's "Saturday Night", Ray, Jermyn Street Theatre/Arts Theatre (director: Tom Littler (DIR) / Tom Attwood (MD))

Radio

The Cross, Him, Urban Scawl (director: Gene David Kirk/Marina Calderone)

Rehearsed Reading

Marie and Bruce, The Waiter, Royal Court Theatre (director: Patsy Rodenburg)
The Hotel Play, Man Who Listens to Story, Royal Court Theatre (director: Joe Hill-Gibbins)

Harry Waller
Harry Waller
Harry Waller
Harry Waller