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Ian Charleson Award winner and Evening Standard Theatre Award nominee, James McArdle was cited by Paul Taylor (The Independent) to be “the most stunningly gifted performer to have emerged since the advent of Eddie (Redmayne) in the Rylance era”.
His theatre credits include ANGELS IN AMERICA, David Hare's adaptation of Young Chekhov's PLATONOV and IVANOV, JAMES I: THE KEY WILL KEEP THE LOCK all at The National. MACBETH at The Globe, SPUR OF THE MOMENT at The Royal Court, THE HEART OF ROBIN HOOD for the RSC and the West End production of CHARIOTS OF FIRE.
For television, his credits include MAN IN AN ORANGE SHIRT for BBC, Golden Globe and BAFTA nominated PAGE EIGHT for BBC with Ralph Fiennes and Bill Nighy, the multi-award-winning APPROPRIATE ADULT alongside Dominic West and Emily Watson, and the acclaimed film for BBC4 BEST POSSIBLE TASTE: THE KENNY EVERETT STORY.
For film, his credits include THE CHAMBER, 71 with Jack O’Connell, STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS and PRIVATE PEACEFUL.