Ewan McGregor
(Movies & TV)
Junior Campbell
Marc Shaiman
Michael Gambon
(Movies & TV)
Anthony Page
Sian Phillips
(Civil society)

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Douglas Hodge

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Douglas Hodge

English actor, director, and musician who trained for the stage at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1960.

Countries: United Kingdom (59%), United States (26%), Germany (3%)

Main connections: BBC, Ewan McGregor, Junior Campbell

Linked to: BBC, Roundabout Theatre Company, Royal Shakespeare Company, NATO




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Douglas Hodge was born in 1960 add something


Hodge is a council member of the National Youth Theatre for whom, in 1989, he co-wrote "Pacha Mama's Blessing" about the Amazon rain forests staged at the Almeida Theatre add something


With Peter Searles he co-wrote "Pacha Mama's Blessing" and "Forest People", about the Amazon Rainforest, performed by the National Youth Theatre on BBC Television in 1989 add something


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 add something


Hodge received critical and popular acclaim in 1994 as Dr. Tertius Lydgate in the BBC's award-winning production "Middlemarch", adapted by Andrew Davies from the novel by George Eliot and directed by Anthony Page add something


In the US it aired on "Masterpiece Theatre" in 1994 add something


For the National Theatre in May 1994 Hodge played the title role in Phyllida Lloyd's Olivier Theatre staging of Shakespeare's "Pericles"; and Al' in Stephen Poliakoff's "Blinded by the Sun" directed by Ron Daniels at the Cottesloe Theatre in May 1997 add something


Junior Campbell - He composed the music for the 1998 BBC Television adaptation of the Minette Walters murder mystery "The Scold's Bridle", starring Miranda Richardson, Bob Peck, Siân Phillips, Douglas Hodge, Trudie Styler, and Beth Winslet


He played Leontes in an RSC revival of "The Winter's Tale" at the Roundhouse in April 2002 add something


In April 2003 he portrayed Andrei in Michael Blakemore's revival of Chekhov's "Three Sisters" at the Playhouse Theatre add something


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 add something


As "'Doug Hodge"', he recorded a debut music album "Cowley Road Songs" in 2005 add something


Hodge appeared in the 2005 revival of "Guys and Dolls" at the Piccadilly Theatre playing Nathan Detroit opposite Ewan McGregor playing Sky Masterson add something


Ewan McGregor - From June 2005 to April 2007, McGregor starred alongside Jane Krakowski, Douglas Hodge, and Jenna Russell in the original Donmar Warehouse production of "Guys and Dolls" at the Piccadilly Theatre in London


During the summer of 2006, he took the title role in a bloodstained revival of "Titus Andronicus", at Shakespeare's Globe add something


Then last year 2006 I finally started playing at various venues in and around Oxford add something


Titus Andronicus - In 2006, the play was staged at Shakespeare's Globe, directed by Lucy Bailey and starring Douglas Hodge as Titus, Geraldine Alexander as Tamora, Shaun Parkes as Aaron and Laura Rees as Lavinia


In May 2007 he revealed a fine lyric tenor voice as Frank, the neurosurgeon in "A Matter of Life and Death" with the Kneehigh Theatre company at the National Theatre, a spectacular production with music, based on events in the movie of the same name add something


In 2008, Hodge starred as Albin in the hugely acclaimed London revival of "La Cage aux Folles" which played originally at the Menier Chocolate Factory add something


Hodge won the 2010 Tony award for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical for his performance add something


In 2010, he appeared in the episode "The Restaurant" of the third series of the popular BBC sitcom "Outnumbered" as Brick Bolenger, an American therapist who is married to Auntie Angela add something


The London production transferred to Broadway, opening on 18 April 2010 at the Longacre Theatre, with Hodge and Kelsey Grammer as Albin and Georges, respectively add something


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 add something


The character is involved in a story line of the fourth series in 2011, but never appears on screen add something


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" add something


In 2012, Hodge headed back to Broadway when he starred as Cyrano de Bergerac in the Roundabout Theatre Company's revival of "Cyrano de Bergerac" which played a limited engagement at the American Airlines Theatre from 14 September 2012 - 25 November 2012 add something


In October 2012, it was announced that Hodge had been cast as Willy Wonka in the new musical "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory the Musical" on the West End, which previewed on 18 May 2013 and opened on 25 June 2013 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane London add something


Hodge has two children with actress Tessa Peake-Jones from whom he amicably separated in November 2012 add something


Michael Bollner - Tony *award-winner Douglas Hodge portrays the character in a new musical adaptation, directed by Sam Mendes and with music and lyrics by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane in London, which opened in June 2013


In 2015, Hodge will make his debut as a Broadway director, helming a revival of Pinter's 1971 play Old Times add something


In 2016 he featured as Rex Mayhew in the BBC adaptation of John le Carre's "The Night Manager" add something


In 2017, he will appear in "Black Museum", an episode of the anthology series "Black Mirror" add something