James Dreyfus

James Dreyfus is an Olivier and British Comedy Award winning actor of stage and screen.

Theatre includes: Dr. Herdal The Master Builder (The Old Vic), Elwood P. Dowd Harvey (Haymarket Theatre), Dr. Pangloss Candide (Menier Chocolate Factory WoS nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical, with an additional Candide concert at Cadogan Hall), Pauncefort Quentin The Vortex (Rose Theatre), O J Berman Breakfast At Tiffany’s (Haymarket Theatre), Joe Amongst Friends (Hampstead Theatre), Humphrey The Common Pursuit (Menier Chocolate Factory), Emcee Cabaret (Lyric Theatre) WoS nomination for Best Actor in a Musical, Quine Donkey’s Years (Comedy Theatre), Carmen Gia The Producers (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), Billy One For The Pot (Theatre Royal Windsor), Ned Elizabeth Rex (Birmingham Rep), Russell Paxton Lady In The Dark (Royal National Theatre) Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actor In a Musical, Medvedenko The Seagull (UK Tour), Grimald King Arthur (Centro Cultural de Belem),  Cassius Julius Caesar (Birmingham Rep) Ian Charleson Award: Second Prize, Lula/ Leon/ Harry/ Miss Chapman Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Birmingham Rep), Al The Grapes of Wrath (Birmingham Rep), Sean Playing By The Rules (Birmingham Rep), Gary Eurovision (Vaudeville Theatre), Christopher/ Patrick Elegies for Angels, Punks & Raging, Queens (Criterion Theatre), Cleante/Purgon The Hypochondriac (Cambridge Theatre), Mercutio Romeo & Juliet (Harrogate Theatre), Marlowe She Stoops To Conquer (Harrogate Theatre), William Featherstone How The Other Half Loves (Harrogate Theatre), Laertes Hamlet (Harrogate Theatre),  Augustine Big Hysteria (Harrogate Theatre) & Gervasius Purgatory In Ingolstadt (Gate Theatre).

Television Includes: Mount Pleasant series 2 -7 (Tiger Aspect), Father Brown (BBC), Shameless (Company Pictures), Whitechapel (Carnival Films), Midsomer Murders (Bentley Productions), The Sarah Jane Adventures (DW Productions), Casualty (BBC), He Kills Coppers (Ecosse Productions), My Hero (Big Bear Films), Double Time (Tiger Aspect), The Lenny Henry Show (Tiger Aspect), Waking The Dead (BBC), The All New Alexei Sayle Show (BBC), The Bette Show (CBS), Dame Edna Kisses It Better (London Weekend Television),  Gormenghast (BBC), Gimme Gimme Gimme (Tiger Aspect), Absolutely Fabulous (BBC), Thin Blue Line (Tiger Aspect) Award for Top TV Comedy Newcomer at 1997 Comedy Awards, Frontiers (Carlton) & Paris (Talkback).