Jonathan is an award-winning actor who works across television, theatre and film. Recent TV credits include the Apple TV+ comedy 'Trying'; ITV's period-drama 'Belgravia' and the BBC Studios 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 'Misbehaviour' and the comedies 'Hysteria' and 'Breaking the Bank'.
He also enjoys 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 and the Birmingham School of Acting before moving to London in 2000.