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Jonathan is an award-winning actor who works across television, theatre and film. Recent TV credits include 'Stonehouse' for ITV with Matthew MacFadyen; the Apple TV+ comedy 'Trying'; ITV's period-drama 'Belgravia' and the BBC drama 'MotherFatherSon' with Richard Gere. He also appears in 'The Crown' and 'The Irregulars' for Netflix; and NBC's 'Dominion'. He began by starring in smaller independent films and his first TV role came with a regular part in the CBBC show 'M.I. High' as the mean-spirited Chief Agent Stark.
Recent feature film credits include 'Drift' which premieres at Sundance 2023; 'Misbehaviour' and the comedies 'Hysteria' and 'Breaking the Bank'.
A keen creative collaborator, Jonathan also loves the opportunity to create his own work. The bone-dry satirical short film 'Big Society' has won several awards; and the super-short 'School Portrait' scored one million views in ten days and was nominated for a Webby.
He also has a number of stage roles; voice-overs and commercials to his name.
Jonathan's roots lie in the Cambridgeshire market-town of St Ives. He trained at Dartington College of Arts, Devon in the 90's and later at the Birmingham School of Acting before moving to London in 2000. He now lives in North London with his wife and two children.
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