Bernard Osullivan

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Name:

Bernard Osullivan

Ethnicity:

White/Caucasian

Location:

London

Native Accents:

RP

Other Accents:

Heightened RP

Languages Spoken:

English, French, some Italian and Spanish, rudimentary Mandarin

Gender:

Male

Playing Age:

50 to 70

Height (cm):

170

Hair Colour:

Grey

Eye Colour:

Blue

Showreel:

Experience

2015 - Louis Daguerre - AV for National Museum of Scotland
2015 - Eastern European Greco-Roman Wrestling coach (music video for The Wombats)
2015 - Drayton Arms Theatre - Major Monckton in Oliver Michell's The Tulip Tree
2015 - UNcle in Decomposition (short film)
2015 - Grandfather in Four Ages (short film)
2015 - Old Man in Journeyvision (short film)
2015 - Brockley Jack Theatre - Father Pimen, Mniszech and Guard in Pushkin's Bois Godunov
2014 - Etcetera Theatre - Bob in Matt Brothers' Four O'Clock
2014 - Lion and Unicorn Theatre - Pliny in Shaw's Apple Cart
2014 - The Voice of the Pillow in Pillow Talk (short film)
2014 - Rosemary Branch Theatre - Sir Toby Belch in Twelfth Night
2014 - Terence in Where There's a Will (short film)
2014 - Tabard Theatre - Gaoler in Heresy
2014 - Peter in Blocked Pipes (short film)
2013 - Lion and Unicorn Theatre - Old Kippens in The White Wreck
2013 - Arcola Studio - Gaoler in Heresy
2013 - Camden People's Theatre - Chorus in Antigone
2013 – Bridewell Theatre – Dr Wickert in Abby Mann’s Judgment at Nuremberg
2012 – etcetera theatre – Salter in Caryl Churchill’s A Number
2011 – Tricycle Theatre – Dr Wickert in Abby Mann’s Judgment at Nuremberg
2009 – voice-over and lead role in Heart (short film)
2008 – Cockpit Theatre and Henley Fringe Festival – Pete in Verity Richards’s Someone Beginning
with “d”.
2007 – Patrick in Misunderstanding (short film)
2006 – LCTS – Shamreyev in Chekhov’s The Seagull
LCTS – Chebutykin in Chekhov’s Three Sisters
LCTS – Frank Gibbons in Noel Coward’s This Happy Breed
1971 to date – practising barrister

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