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ANDREW LOUDON

Actor, Director & Writer

Photograph of Andrew Loudon
Photograph of Andrew Loudon
Photograph of Andrew Loudon
Photos: Leigh Lothian

Andrew Loudon is an actor, director and writer. He trained at The Drama Studio as an actor, and also has an MA in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia. He is Artistic Director and co-founder of Novel Theatre. To date, three of his productions, Little Women, Carrie’s War and Cool Hand Luke transferred to the West End.

Height
6' (182cm)
Eye Colour
Blue
Weight
12st. 9lb. (80kg)
Hair Colour
Light/Mid Brown
Playing Age
41 - 55
Voice Character
Authoritative
Appearance
 
Scandinavian, White
 
Voice Quality
 
Deep
 
Accents
American-Southern States, American-Standard, Edinburgh, German, Glasgow, Irish-Northern, Irish-Southern, London, RP*, Russian, Scottish-Standard*, Wiltshire, Yorkshire
Music & Dance
Ballad, Bass-Baritone*, Guitar, Rock Singing*
Sports
Football*, Horse-riding*, Rugby*, Running*
Other Skills
Impersonation, Narration

AWL Credits

Year
Writer(s)
Play
Type
2017
Reading

Non-AWL Credits

Year
Production
Role
Director
Org/Venue
2016
The Railway Children
The Father / Doctor
Damian Cruden
King’s Cross Theatre
2015
Our Man in Havana
Narrator / Wormold
Richard Baron
Pitlochry Festival Theatre
2014
The Flouers O’Edinburgh
John Douglas of Balderknock
Jennifer Bakst
The Finborough Theatre
2013
Show Me The Money
Lloyd Warner
Matthew Gould
The Chelsea Theatre
2013
Tartuffe
Orgon
Bryan Hands
Traffic of the Stage
2012
Gertrude’s Secret
Desmond
Tour inc. Chichester Minerva and Trafalgar Studios
2012
Sherlock Holmes
Dr Watson
Lucille O’Flanagan
Europe Touring
2010
Blackbeard the Pirate
Maynard
National Theatre - Watch This Space Festival
2010
The Battle of Waterloo
Standfast
National Theatre - Watch This Space Festival
2008
Deadly Murder
Ted
Julian Woolford
Vienna’s English Theatre
2006
Joking Apart
Richard
Richard Baron
Northcott Theatre, Exeter / Haymarket, Basingstoke
2005
Murdered to Death
Pierre
Julian Woolford
UK Productions
2002
French Without Tears
Commander Rogers
Richard Barron
Exeter Northcott Theatre
2000
The 39 Steps
Richard Hannay
Richard Barron
Pitlochry Festival Theatre
1998
Daphne
Geoffrey
Roger Redfarn
Basingstoke Haymarket Theatre
1998
The Country Wife
Horner
Michael Cabot
London Classic Theatre Company
1998
The Trainer
Jim
Phil Setren
Apollo, Shaftesbury Avenue
1997
Dick Daredevil
Dick Daredevil
Phil Willmott
The Drill Hall
1997
Turn Of The Screw
All Male Parts
Julian Woolford
Hornchurch Queen’s Theatre
1996
Dangerous Play
The Almighty
Lucille O’Flanagan
Arts Theatre, London West End
1996
Ken & Barb
Ken
Steve Dinsdale
Edinburgh Festival
1995
Oedipus Rex
Oedipus
Phil Wilmott
Steam Industry, Finborough
1995
Wind In The Willows
Ratty
Audrey Maye
Anglo Artists
1994
Brave New World
John Savage
Andy Graham
Snap tour, inc. RSC The Swan Theatre , Stratford
1994
The Doctor and the Devils
Dr McKenzie
Roger Redfarn
Plymouth
1994
The Dumb Waiter
Gus
E. Jarvis
Embassy (Italian Tour)
1993
Brideshead Revisited
Charles Ryder
Andy Graham
Snap Theatre Company
1993
Under Milk Wood
2nd Voice
Chas Early
Plymouth
1992
Like A Fish Needs A Bike
Graham
Steven Brigden
King’s Head
1992
Lust
Harcourt
David Toguri
Queens, Hornchurch
1991
Far From The Madding Crowd
Gabriel Oak
S.Golder
King’s Head
1990
Arsenic and Old Lace
O’Hara
Clive Perry
Pitlochry
1990
Sailor Beware
Carnoustie Bligh
Joan Knight
Pitlochry
1990
Separate Tables
Charles Stratton
Clive Perry
Pitlochry
1989
Lear (Edward Bond)
Lear
Patrick Evans
Edinburgh Festival
Year
Production
Role
Director
Org/Venue
2013
May Day
Tim Lancaster
Nigel Levy
Galaxie Productions
2011
Doctors - ‘The Children That Suffer’
Rick Watson
Gloria Thomas
BBC Television
2004
Monarch of the Glen
Gavin MacMorrow
Rick Stroud
BBC 1 Television
1999
Peak Practice
Geoff Mc Neill
Ken Hannam
Central Television
1997
Next Of Kin
Clive
Gareth Gwenlan
BBC 1 Television
1995
Absolutely Fabulous
Geoff
Bob Spiers
BBC 1 Television
1994
Grange Hill
Adam McLaren
David Bell
BBC 1 Television
1990
The Bill
PC Terry Coles
Colm Villa
Thames Television
Year
Production
Role
Director
Org/Venue
2013
Hamlet
Claudius
Fergal Phillips
Orang Utan Productions
 
Busker’s Odyssey
George
Laurens C Postma
Yo-Yo Films For Channel 4
 
The Nowhere Man
Man 2
Monument Pictures
 
Almost Home
Richard
J Hourigan
NFTS
 
Number 1076
George Briggs
Jan Suchy
 
Telepathy
Telepath
Peter Zacaroli
Production
Role
Notes/Venue

Little Women

Adaptation by Emma Reeves from Louisa May Alcott’s book

Duchess Theatre, London, September 2004 - January 2005. Andrew also directed all previous runs of the show: Pleasance Theatre, Edinburgh (1999), Upstairs at the Gatehouse (2001), New End Theatre (2001 - 02), and a ten week run at The Lilian Baylis Theatre, Sadlers Wells (2002 - 03)

Nineteen Eighty Four

Multi-media adaptation from George Orwell’s novel

Arts Ed, London 2006. Co-adapted by Andrew Loudon and Emma Reeves.

Anne of Green Gables

Adaptation by Emma Reeves from LM Montgomery’s children’s

Lilian Baylis Theatre, Sadler?s Wells, November 2004 - January 2005, produced by Novel Theatre

Production
Notes/Venue

Nineteen Eighty Four

Multi-media adaptation from George Orwell’s novel, co-adapted with Emma Reeves. Arts Ed London 2006.

When Raymond met Julia

Commissioned by SNAP Theatre Company, directed by Andy Graham, following-up on the success of The Trailer and The Red Gloves.

King Lear (adaptation)

Adaptation for three actors, commissioned by Paris-based company, Theatre en Anglais, co-written with Emma Reeves, directed by Lucille O’Flanagan (2006).

The Trailer 2: The Red Gloves

Commissioned by SNAP Theatre Company, directed by Andy Graham (2004).

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

Commissioned by Paris-based company, Theatre en Anglais. Adaptation from Conan Doyle, co-written with Emma Reeves, directed by Lucille O?Flanagan (2004-2005).

The Trailer

Commissioned by SNAP Theatre Company, through an Arts Council of England bursary scheme. Pioneering tour of Gypsy/Traveller/Transit sites, theatres and schools (2003).

Road Rage

Gilded Balloon Main Stage, Edinburgh fringe festival 1997. K and B Productions. Previous production at the Tristan Bates Theatre.

Dangerous Play

The Arts Theatre, West End. K and B Productions. Previous production at the Tristan Bates Theatre (1996)

Contact

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