John Hudson (British actor)

John Hudson (British Actor)

John Hudson (British actor)

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John Hudson is a British actor who has been a member of Equity since 1977. He graduated from Cambridge University in 1977, having played the lead in a notable production of Hamlet at Queens' College, directed by Roger Michell and having taken part in the Footlights revue, ‘Tag!’ with Jimmy Mulville, Rory McGrath, Nicholas Hytner and Robert Bathurst. The following year, he played Philip Marlowe in Michell’s ‘Private Dick’ at the New End Theatre, Hampstead.

Later London appearances included Regent’s Park Open Air (‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’, ‘Twelfth Night’) in 1979, Woman in Mind at the Vaudeville in 1986, ‘A Man for All Seasons’ with Charlton Heston at the Savoy in 1988 and ‘Exchange’ at the Vaudeville in 1989. He worked extensively at the King’s Head Theatre in Islington (where he also briefly lived) and the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond (both the room above the pub and the newer building opposite). In the regions he appeared at Chester, Chichester, Scarborough, Hornchurch, Westcliff, York, St Andrews and frequently at the Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, where roles included the title parts in ‘Richard the Third’ and ‘The Elephant Man’, Jack in ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’, Puck in ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ and Mephistopheles in ‘Doctor Faustus’. He has also played 'Hale' in the play "The Crucible" by Arthur Miller

On television, John Hudson has played many roles in episodes of series, including...
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