James Norton

James Norton in A Little Life

James Norton stars in A Little Life at the Harold Pinter Theatre and the Savoy Theatre in London.

James Norton’s stage and theatre credits include Belleville (Donmar Warehouse), Bug (Found111), Journey’s End (West End and UK tour), The Lion in Winter (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Posh (Royal Court Theatre), That Face (Sheffield Theatres) and Cymbeline (Cambridge Arts Theatre).

His work for TV includes Happy Valley (as series regular Tommy Lee Royce), Grantchester (series lead, Sidney Chambers), The Nevers, The Trial of Christine Keeler, McMafia, War and Peace, Black Mirror, Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Life in Squares, Death Comes to PemberleyDoctor Who, Restlessand Blandings.

On film, James Norton has appeared in Freeguard, Nowhere Special, Things Heard and Seen, Little Women, Mr Jones, Hampstead, Flatliners, Bonobo, Belle, Thicker Than Water, Cheerful Weather for a Wedding and An Education.

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InterviewJames Norton: ‘I’m very aware of how lucky I am’

After his amazing success in Happy Valley, James Norton is taking on another dark role, this time on stage. He talks about his lucky streak, fear of failure, grappling with fame and why cold-water swimming keeps him sane

(Tim Lewis, The Observer, 19/03/2023) - The interview
Interview‘As a culture, we’re scared of the penis’: Happy Valley’s James Norton on baring all in A Little Life

As Hanya Yanagihara’s ‘trauma porn’ novel hits the stage, cast members Norton, Omari Douglas, Luke Thompson and Zach Wyatt get set to shock

(Chris Harvey, The Telegraph, 10/03/2023) - The interview
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