Andrew Lancel

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Andrew Lancel

Theatre credits include: Brian Epstein in Epstein - The Man Who Made The Beatles (Liverpool and West End); Brian Clough in The Damned United (Leeds/Derby Playhouses); Antony and Cleopatra (national tour); Sleuth, A Christmas Story (Message Theatre Company); Conduct Unbecoming (Yvonne Arnaud/ National tour); Grapes of Wrath (Phoenix Productions); Certain Young Men (Almeida); The Recruiting Officer (Chichester Festival Theatre); Offie Award winning Swan Song (Touring and Turbine Theatre, London); Kissed by a Flame (Pleasance, London); Stumped (Hampstead Theatre and Tour); and for Bill Kenwright: Arnold Burns in A Thousand Clowns, Adam Stone in The Small Hand, Juror 3 in 12 Angry Men, Captain Von Trapp in The Sound of Music, Inspector Vetch in A Judgement in Stone, Brian Epstein in Cilla the Musical, The Inspector in The Anastasia File and Dr Hartz in The Lady Vanishes.

Television credits include: Coronation Street (Frank Foster, Villain of the Year British Soap Awards); The Bill (DI Neil Manson, 300 episodes, nominated for three National Television Awards); Dr Andrew Collin in Cardiac Arrest (three series); Father Ian Callaghan in Liverpool One, Harvey Black in Queer as Folk, Barry Pearce in Bad Girls, Connor Rice in City Central, First Post, Inspector Alleyn, Casualty, Peak Practice, Heartbeat, Go Back Out, The Wanderer, Solider, Soldier, The Detectives, Dangerfield, The Grand, Knub of the Matter, The Vice, Nice Guy Eddie, Urban Gothic, Blue Dove, Face at the Window, Sweet Medicine, Merseybeat, Midsomer Murders, D-Day, Holby, Hillsborough, Marcella, The Thief, His Wife and The Canoe, Unforgotten. Regular panelist on The Wright Stuff and winner of Celebrity Stars In Their Eyes.

Film credits include: Wide Eyed and Legless (The Wedding Gift in USA); Burn and Bolans Shoes.

Radio credits include: Conquest of the South Pole, Paths of Glory, Barred. Host for Radio City and Liverpool Live.

Short film credits include: Playground Rules, Case, Some Small Cycle, Inside Run, Viking.

Directing/Producing credits include: Ashes to Ashes - Birkenhead Priory, My Liverpool - Granada TV, She Stoops To Conquer - Regents Park, Grand Hotel The Musical - Southport, Black Comedy - Oxford University, Lon Satton at Lyric Hammersmith and BBC Radio 4. Co-founder of Message Theatre Company.

Other credits include: Concert and Cabaret throughout Britain (including three performances as Royal Albert Hall), Faith, Fame and Frank - Greenbelt Festival and Touring, An Evening with... Unity Theatre and Touring Heritage Foundation Of Great Britain Chairman’s Award, Scouseology Best Newcomer. Patron of Unity Theatre, Liverpool and Southport Little Theatre. An original ambassador for Everton in the Community and a lifelong fan!