Oliver Senton

Oliver Senton

Trained: Bristol Old Vic.

West End: Mamma Mia! (Prince of Wales), All’s Well that Ends Well (RSC/Gielgud).

Also: Coriolanus (RSC Stratford/tour), The Lady’s Not For Burning (Chichester), The Count of Monte Cristo (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Arsenic and Old Lace (Derby), Three Sisters (Harrogate), The Invention of Love (Salisbury), The Mob (Orange Tree), The Scarecrow and his Servant (Southwark Playhouse), Romeo & Juliet (BAC), the world premières of Mark Ravenhill’s Ripper (Union Theatre) and Claire Dowie’s Sodom (Drill Hall) and the European première of Lanford Wilson’s Sympathetic Magic (Finborough). He played the central role of Phil Masters in Ken Campbell’s production of The Warp.

He is one-seventh of The School of Night, literary improvisers who have appeared at The British Library, Soho Theatre, The Old Vic Tunnels, three times at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the English Theatre of Hamburg and the late Jeremy Beadle’s library, and also improvised in Decor without Production (Royal Court). He is a regular collaborator with Slung Low – Camelot: The Shining City (Sheffield Crucible), The White Whale (a new version of Moby Dick), 59 Minutes to Save Christmas (Barbican), Beyond The Frontline (Salford Quays), Mapping The City (Hull).

TV: White Heat, Doctors, EastEnders, Casualty, Hollyoaks, My Dad’s The Prime Minister, Bear Behaving Badly, Nuremberg: Goering’s Last Stand, Cathedral, The Battle of Hood and Bismarck.
Film: Wimbledon, award-winning short films Mr.Gibson and Vomica, and the forthcoming feature Sink.
Radio includes: The Duchess of Malfi, Bomber, Ben Hur, Sherlock Holmes and Miss Marple stories, Dr.Who adventures for Big Finish and two series of Trodd en Bratt say ‘Well Done You’.