Knowledge Identifier: +Douglas_Hodge
Category: Movies & TV
Born in 1960.
Countries: United Kingdom (59%), United States (26%), Germany (3%)
Linked to: BBC, Roundabout Theatre Company, Royal Shakespeare Company, NATO
Hodge has achieved great success on stage in plays by Harold Pinter, including "No Man's Land" at the Comedy Theatre in February 1993; "Moonlight" at the Almeida Theatre in September 1993; "A Kind of Alaska", "The Lover" and "The Collection" at the Donmar Warehouse in May 1998; as Jerry in "Betrayal" at the Royal National Theatre's Lyttelton Theatre, in November 1998; and as Aston in "The Caretaker" at the Comedy Theatre in November 2000, co-starring Michael Gambon and Rupert Graves , directed by Patrick Marber - for whi
In April 2003 he portrayed Andrei in Michael Blakemore's revival of Chekhov's "Three Sisters" at the Playhouse Theatre
The following year he made his Royal Court debut as Barry in Joe Penhall's study of entrapment journalism "Dumb Show", directed by Terry Johnson, which opened in September 2004 to positive reviews, particularly for Hodge's performance as a television comedian whose career is on the skids
A 2011 revival of John Osborne's "Inadmissible Evidence" at the Donmar Theatre, London, offered Hodge another challenging role, as Maitland, the lawyer in crisis
In 2012, Hodge had a prominent role in BBC drama "One Night", he appeared in the conspiracy thriller miniseries "Secret State", and the ITV-1 drama "The Town"