Simon Callow recently starred as Elisha J. Whitney in Anything Goes at the Barbican this Summers
Simon Callow is an English actor, writer and director whose illustrious career spans five decades on stage, tv and film.
Simon received a BAFTA Award nomination for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for A Room with a View and for his role in Four Weddings and a Funeral. He has also received critical claim in the theatre, winning the Olivier Award for Best Director in a Musical for Carmen Jones.
Simon Callow’s Theatre credits include: A Christmas Carol (Arts Theatre); Tuesday at Tesco’s (59E59 Theaters, New York & Assembly Hall, Edinburgh); Juvenalia (Riverside Studios, Assembly Hall & St James Theatre); Being Shakespeare (Harold Pinter Theatre, Trafalgar Studios, BAM & Chicago); The Mystery of Charles Dickens (Playhouse Theatre, Trafalgar Studios, Albery Theatre, NYC, Chicago, Sydney & Melbourne); Dr Marigold and Mr Chops (Riverside Studios & UK Tour); Twelfth Night (National Theatre); The Man from Stratford (UK Tour, Edinburgh & Riverside Studios); Waiting for Godot (UK Tour, Theatre Royal Haymarket); Peter Pan (Richmond Theatre); Equus (UK Tour); Merry Wives: The Musical (RSC); Present Laughter (UK Tour); Aladdin (Richmond Theatre); The Woman in White (Palace Theatre); The Holy Terror (Duke of York, UK Tour); Chimes at Midnight (Chichester Theatre); The Importance of Being Oscar (Savoy Theatre); The Alchemist (Birmingham Rep & RNT); Faust (Lyric Hammersmith); Kiss of the Spidermen (Bush Theatre); The Relapse (Lyric Hammersmith); Beastly Beatitudes of Balthazar B (Duke of York’s Theatre); Restoration (Royal Court); Sisterly Feelings (National Theatre); Amadeus (National Theatre); As You Like It (National Theatre); Mary Barnes (Royal Court); Titus Andronicus (Bristol Old Vic); Arturo Ui (Half Moon Theatre); Plumbers Progress (Prince of Wales Theatre); Passing By (Gay Sweatshop Theatre Company); Schippel (Traverse Theatre).
Theatre directing credits include: The Philanthropist (Trafalgar Studios); Jus’ Like That (UK Tour & Garrick Theatre); The Consul (Holland Park Theatre); The Pajama Game (Birmingham Rep & Toronto Victoria Palace); HRH (Playhouse Theatre); Les Enfants Du Paradis (RSC); Carmen Jones (The Old Vic Theatre, UK Tour & Japan); The Destiny of Me (Haymarket Leicester); Shades (Albery Theatre); My Fair Lady (UK Tour); Shirley Valentine (Vaudeville & Booth Theatre, New York); Single Spies (National Theatre & Queens Theatre); Facades (Lyric Hammersmith); The Infernal Machine (Hammersmith Theatre); Amadeus (Theatre Clywd, Wales); and, Loving Reno (Bush Theatre).
Film & Television credits include: Hawkeye (Disney/Marvel); The Witcher (Netflix); The Amazing Mr Blunden (Sky); Victoria and Abdul (BBC Films); Outlander (Starz); Plebs (BBC); Poirot (ITV); Uptown Downton (BBC); Midsomer Murders (ITV); The Phantom of the Opera (Warner Brothers); Angels in America (HBO); Bright Young Things (Film Four); Galileo’s Daughter (Green Umbrella); A Christmas Carol (BBC Films); The Mystery of Charles Dickens (Online Classics); Shakespeare in Love (Universal Pictures); James And The Giant Peach (Walt Disney Pictures); Ace Ventura II (Warner Brothers); Four Weddings and a Funeral (RFD), Woman in White (BBC); Postcards from the Edge (Columbia Pictures); David Copperfield (BBC); A Room with a View (FilmFour International); Amadeus (AMLF).
Radio credits include: Plum House (BBC R4); Death in Genoa (BBC Radio 4); Put Money in Thy Purse (BBC Radio 4); The Third Soldier on the Left (BBC Radio 4); I’ll be George (BBC Radio 4); Oscar Wilde Letters (BBC Radio 4); The Judas Kiss (BBC Radio 3); Tomorrow Week (BBC Radio 3); Shakespeare’s Sonnets (BBC).
Anything Goes will run from 15 July 2022 until 3 September 2022 at the Barbican Theatre, London.