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Jonathan Moore - Actor

Jonathan Moore has worked as an actor at the highest levels of theatre, film and television for over twenty five years.

Leading roles in the theatre have included those with the Royal Shakespeare Co, at the Royal Court, the Chichester Festival, the Royal Exchange, the Donmar, London, as well as in London's West End performing roles in plays ranging from edgy contemporary work to Shaw and Shakespeare. On screen he has co-starred opposite Michael Caine, Gabriel Byrne, Dame Diana Rigg, and David Suchet (amongst many others).

He starred in "2Graves" by Paul Sellar at the Edinburgh Festival, the play was transferred to the London West End. The performance was both critically and publically acclaimed: "a theatrical firecracker - Jonathan Moore is astonishing" (Paul Taylor, The Independent)".

This in turn was immediately followed by a guest starring role in "Midsomer Murders", one of Britain's highest rated TV dramas. He then played the guest starring role of 'Jack Harris' in "City of Vice" on Channel 4. He went on to play Feargus O'Connor, the leader of the Chartist movement in Jack Shepard's "Holding Fire" at the Shakespeare Globe Theatre on London's South Bank.

He recently recreated his West End lead role of Jack Topps in "2Graves" as a feature film (photographed by Oscar-nominated cinematographer Jack Conroy and with an orchestral score by Michael Nyman).

The World Premiere of 2Graves was at the East End Film Festival.

"Moore steps up and has us gripped... magnificence... hilarious" (London Standard)

"Moore's virtuoso performance" (Daily Express)

He also spent a hot summer in India filming "Sharpe's Peril" with Sean Bean, which was broadcast on ITV.

Jonathan was invited by composer Ludovico Einaudi to reprise his performance as the narrator of Poes "The Raven" in an orchestral setting by Ludovico. The performance took place at the exciting, innovative theatre co Teatro dell' Elfo, Milan.