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Michael Gambon on screen and stage

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Michael Gambon on screen and stage

The following is a list of film, television, theatre, and radio credits of actor Michael Gambon.

Contents

Theatre

  • Othello (Second Gentleman), Gate Theatre, Dublin, professional debut, followed by a European tour, 1962
  • Hamlet, National Theatre at the Old Vic, 1963
  • Saint Joan, National/Old Vic, 1963
  • The Recruiting Officer (Coster Permain), National/Old Vic, 1963
  • Andorra, National/Old Vic, 1964
  • Philoctetes, National/Old Vic, 1964
  • Othello, National/Old Vic, 1964
  • The Royal Hunt of the Sun (Diego), Chichester Festival and National/Old Vic, 1964
  • The Crucible (Herrick), National/Old Vic, 1965
  • Mother Courage and Her Children (Eilif), National/Old Vic, 1965
  • Love for Love (Snap), National/Old Vic, 1965, also tour to Russia and Germany
  • Juno and the Paycock (Jerry Devine), National/Old Vic, 1966
  • The Storm, National/Old Vic, 1966
  • Events While Guarding the Bofors Gun by John McGrath (Flynn), Birmingham Rep, 1967
  • A Severed Head (Palmer Anderson), Birmingham Rep, 1967
  • The Doctor's Dilemma (Patric Cullen), Birmingham Rep, 1967
  • Saint Joan (Cauchon), Birmingham Rep, 1967
  • Peer Gynt (The Button Moulder), Birmingham Rep, 1968
  • Othello (title role), Birmingham Rep, 1968
  • Macbeth, The Forum Theatre, Billingham, 1968
  • In Celebration (Andrew), Liverpool Playhouse, 1969
  • Coriolanus (title role), Liverpool Playhouse, 1969
  • The Plebeians Rehearse the Uprising (Wiebe), RSC Aldwych Theatre, 1970
  • Major Barbara (Charles Lomax), RSC Aldwych Theatre, 1970
  • Henry VIII (Surrey), RSC Aldwych Theatre, 1971
  • When Thou Art King (Hotspur), RSC Roundhouse, 1971
  • The Brass Hat (Guy Holden), Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford, 1972
  • Not Drowning But Waving by Leonard Webb (Robin), Greenwich Theatre, 1973
  • The Norman Conquests trilogy (Tom), Greenwich Theatre, 1974
  • The Norman Conquests (Tom), Globe Theatre, London 1975
  • The Zoo Story (Gerry), Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park lunchtime production, 1975
  • Otherwise Engaged (Simon), Queen's Theatre, 1976 (replacing Alan Bates)
  • Just Between Ourselves (Neil), Queen's Theatre, 1977
  • Alice's Boys by Felicity Browne and Jonathan Hales (Bertie), Savoy Theatre, London, 1978
  • Betrayal (Jerry), National Theatre (Olivier), 1978
  • Close of Play (Henry), National Theatre (Lyttelton), 1979
  • Richard III (taking over as Buckingham), National (Olivier), 1979
  • Othello (Roderigo), National (Olivier), 1980
  • Sisterly Feelings (Patrick), National (Olivier), 1980
  • The Life of Galileo (title role), National Theatre (Olivier), 1980
  • Much Ado About Nothing (Benedick), National Theatre (Olivier), 1981
  • King Lear (title role) RSC Stratford,1982; Barbican Theatre, 1983
  • Antony and Cleopatra (Antony), RSC Stratford, 1982; Barbican, 1983
  • Tales from Hollywood (Ödön von Horváth), National (Olivier), 1983
  • Old Times (Deeley), Theatre Royal Haymarket, 1985
  • A Chorus of Disapproval (Dafyd ap Llewellyn), National (Olivier), 1985
  • Tons of Money (Sprules), National (Lyttelton), 1986
  • A View from the Bridge (Eddie Carbone), National (Cottesloe), 1987
  • A Small Family Business (Jack McCracken), National (Olivier), 1987
  • Mountain Language (Sergeant), National (Lyttelton), 1988
  • Uncle Vanya (title role), Vaudeville Theatre, 1988
  • Veterans Day (Walter Kercelik), Theatre Royal Haymarket, 1989
  • Man of the Moment (Douglas Beechey), Globe Theatre, London, 1990
  • Othello (title role), Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, 1991
  • Taking Steps, Stephen Joseph, Scarborough, 1991
  • Volpone (title role), National (Olivier), 1995
  • Skylight (Tom Sergeant), National (Cottesloe), 1995 and Wyndham's Theatre, 1996
  • Skylight (Tom Sergeant), Royale Theatre, New York City, 1996
  • Tom and Clem (Tom Driberg), Aldwych Theatre, 1997
  • The Unexpected Man (The Man), RSC The Pit, Barbican, 1998
  • Juno and the Paycock (Captain Jack Boyle), Gaiety Theatre, Dublin, 1999
  • Cressida (John Shank), The Almeida Theatre at the Albery, 2000
  • The Caretaker (Davies), Comedy Theatre, 2001
  • A Number (The Father), Royal Court Theatre, 2002
  • Endgame (Hamm), Albery Theatre, 2004
  • Henry IV, Part 1 and Henry IV, Part 2 (Sir John Falstaff), National (Olivier), 2005
  • Celebration Pinter staged reading (Lambert), Gate Theatre, Dublin/Albery, 2005
  • Eh Joe (Joe), Gate Theatre, transfer to Duke of York's Theatre, 2006
  • No Man's Land (Hirst), Gate Theatre, transfer to Duke of York's Theatre 2008
  • Krapp's Last Tape (Krapp), Gate Theatre, transfer to Duchess Theatre, 2010
  • All That Fall, Jermyn Street Theatre, transfer to the Arts Theatre, 2012
  • Eh Joe (Joe), Edinburgh Festival, 2013
  • All That Fall, 59E59 Theatres, New York, 2013
  • Eh Joe (Joe), Berlin, 2014
  • CDs

  • Vivaldi – The Four Seasons – Music and Sonnetts (2011) – Michael Gambon, Robert Atchison and the Altamira Chamber Orchestra
  • Advertising

  • "War Thunder: The BATTLE is ON!" Trailer (2014) – Narrator
  • References

    Michael Gambon on screen and stage Wikipedia


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