Daniel Rigby in The Wicthes

Daniel Rigby is starring in The Witches at the National Theatre in London.

He recently starred in Accidental Death of an Anarchist at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London.

Daniel Rigby is a BAFTA Award-winning actor who has worked extensively in theatre and television. He was born in Manchester, England in 1982 and studied Performing Arts at Stockport College, followed by at RADA.

Daniel’s theatre credits include Accidental Death of an Anarchist at Sheffield Theatres, the Lyric Hammersmith and the West End; Michael Frayn’s Noises Off (Lyric Hammersmith),  A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Frost/Nixon (Crucible Theatre), Twelfth Night (National Theatre), Breaking the Code (Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester), Holes (The Invisible Dot/Arcola Theatre), Berk in ProgressHoles (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), One Man, Two Guvnors (National Theatre/London & National Tour/Adelphi Theatre – West End London/ Music Box Theatre – New York).

Daniel Rigby has appeared in a number of television shows including The Ballad of Renegade Nell, After Ever After, Landscapers, The Witchfinder, Tom Jones, Flowers, Jericho, Big School, Black Mirror: The Waldo Moment, and Ernie & Ernie, with the later earning him the BAFTA TV Award for Best Male Comedy Performance for his role as Eric Morecambe.

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InterviewActor Daniel Rigby: ‘What would I change about the arts industry? More juggling’

Actor Daniel Rigby is inspired by British farce and has starred in several hit comedies such as One Man, Two Guvnors with James Corden. He tells Fergus Morgan about stand-up, Gene Wilder and moments that have made up his theatre career

(Fergus Morgan, The Stage, 10/03/2023) - The interview
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