David Threlfall

David Threlfall in The Enfield Haunting

David Threlfall stars in new West End thriller The Enfield Haunting at the Ambassadors Theatre in London.

David Threlfall is an award-winning TV, film and stage actor.

He is an RSC Associate Artist who originated the role of Smike in the RSC’s acclaimed production of Nicholas Nickelby.

Also on stage, he was nominated for a Tony Award for his role of Harry in Martin McDonagh’s Hangmen on Broadway. His other theatre work includes: Bed of Roses, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me and The Rehearsal for Roundabout; James Duff’s The War At Home, The Traveller, Hamlet, Blue/Orange, Oedipus, The Count of Monte Cristo, Present Laughter, Peer Gynt, Hedda Gabler, Beckett’s The Old Tune, Faith Healer and Don Quixote for the RSC, directed by Angus Jackson.

David’s extensive TV work includes Frank Gallagher in the award-winning Shameless, Housewife 49, written and co-starring Victoria Wood, Sam Beckett in Waiting for Andre, Ripper Street, Troy, Tommy Cooper, The Queen’s Sister, Conspiracy, Paradise Postponed Edgar in Laurence Olivier’s King Lear, Dodger and Funny Woman with Gemma Arterton, Passenger with Wunmi Mosaku and Nightsleeper with Joe Cole.

His films include Master and Commander, Nowhere Boy, Elizabeth: The Golden Age, Chunky Monkey, Patriot Games, Russia House, Black Sea and Hot Fuzz.

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