Jon Tarcy

Jon Tarcy


Jon graduated from Central in 2015. Since then he has appeared in various theatre and TV shows. Theatre credits include: ‘Julius Caesar’, ‘Anthony & Cleopatra’ and ‘Titus Andronicus’ with the RSC, ‘King John’ at the Rose Theatre and ‘Tale of Two Cities’ at the Derngate. TV Credits include: ‘Sound of Music Live’ on ITV, ‘Lucky Man’ on Sky Atlantic, 'West Side Stories’ on BBC.

Jon is often involved in the early stages of projects workshop credits include: ‘Son of Rambow’, ‘Cyrano de Bergerac’, ‘Especially For You’, ‘Dusty’ and ‘Pacifists Guide to the War on Cancer’.

Jon is also a writer. Most notably he wrote a TV pilot called 'Life in Black' which was produced in 2015 starring Liam Neeson and Jemma Redgrave.


  • Height: 6' 1 (185cm)
  • Playing Age: 20 - 26
  • Eye Colour: Blue
  • Hair Colour: Light/Mid Brown
  • Unions: Equity
  • Appearance: White


Take Courage (short), James, Bottom Drawer, (director: Gabriel Owen)

Jaguar XE Advert (Road trip with Idris Elba), Student, NYMT, Shine North Productions


West Side Story, Jet/Shark, BBC / Reef TV, (director: Gareth Valentine)

Sound of Music Live, Rolf, ITV, (director: Coky Giedroyc)

Lucky Man, Anton, Sky/Carnival, (director: Jon East)

Life in Black, Mathew, STRADA Productions, (director: Isher Sahota)


Julius Caesar, Octavius, RSC, (director: Angus Jackson)

Antony & Cleopatra, Demetrius, RSC, (director: Iqbal Khan)

Titus Andronicus, Alarbus, RSC, (director: Blanche McIntyre)

Tale of Two Cities, Attorney General/Edwin, Royal Derngate + Tour, (director: James Dacre)

King John, James Gurney/Messenger, Rose Theatre, (director: Trevor Nunn)

West Side Story, Diesel/Snowboy, RCSSD, (director: Ed Hughes)

West Side Story, Tony, National Youth Music Theatre,
(director: Nikolai Foster, Tom Deering, Drew Mconie)

Sweeney Todd, Pirelli, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, (director: Andrei Biziorek (MD Nic Le Breuilly))

Sweeney Todd, U/S Sweeney Todd, National Youth Music Theatre, (director: Sarah Redmond (MD Jeremy Walker))

Man of Mode, Mr. Dorimant, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, (director: Philip Franks)

Romeo & Juliet, Mercutio, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, (director: Vesna Stanojevic)

Hayfever, Sandy, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, (director: Martin Parr)

Love's Fire, Herman, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, (director: Robert Shaw Cameron)

The Idiot, Ganya, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, (director: Vesna Stanojevic)


Especially For You, David, Covent Garden Productions, (director: Anthony Banks)

The Son of Rambow, Didier, Nuffield Theatre, (director: Sam Hodges) 

Cyrano de Bergerac, Cadets, Empire Street Productions, (director: Simon Evans)

Dusty, Devon, EL Productions, (director: Maria Friedman)

A Pacifists Guide to the War on Cancer, Chorus, Complicite, (director: Bryony Kimmings)