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Nathaniel Parker

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Nathaniel Parker

English actor best known for playing Detective Inspector Thomas [GUI]Tommy[GUI] Lynley in the BBC crime drama series The Inspector Lynley Mysteries add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1962.

Countries: United Kingdom (50%), United States (15%), Italy (15%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Neil Dudgeon, Jeff Rawle, John Duigan

Linked to: Fox Primary School, Leighton Park School, Royal Shakespeare Company, Alienware

 

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1989

War Requiem - Other early roles include playing Wilfred Owen in Derek Jarman's "War Requiem", a 1989 film adaptation of Benjamin Britten's "War Requiem", co-starring Laurence Olivier as an old soldier in his last screen role before his death, and playing Edward Rochester in John Duigan's 1993 film adaptation of Jean Rhys' "Wide Sargasso Sea" add something

 

He portrayed Bassanio in Peter Hall's 1989 production of "The Merchant of Venice" in both London and on Broadway, co-starring with Dustin Hoffman add something


1995

Parker established his reputation by playing a variety of television costume drama roles, such as Martin Jordan in the 1995 TV production of Joanna Trollope's "A Village Affair", Gabriel Oak in the ITV production of "Far From the Madding Crowd" , Martin Tanley in the comedy film "Beverly Hills Ninja" , Rawdon Crawley in a BBC version of "Vanity Fair" , and notably Harold Skimpole in the BBC1 dramatisation of "Bleak House" add something


1997

In 1997, Nathaniel portrayed David in a made-for-TV film of the life of the biblical character King David add something


2000

In 2000, he played Bob in Rupert Goold's West End revival of David Mamet's "Speed-the-Plow" add something


2001

From 2001 through 2007, Parker played Detective Inspector Lynley in the long-running BBC1 thriller series "The Inspector Lynley Mysteries", co-starring Sharon Small as his sidekick Det. Sgt. Barbara Havers add something


2007

In a Radio Times interview in 2007, Parker said that his first big television break came in 1988 when he played a Battle of France pilot in ITV's glossy six-part drama "Piece of Cake" add something


2011

In 2011, Parker joined the cast of "Merlin", where he played the charecter of Agravaine for all 13 episodes to the fourth series add something

 

He played Axel in Jules Verne's Journey to the Centre of the Earth first broadcast on BBC Radio Four Extra on 20 November 2011 and again on 12 November 2012 add something


2012

In 2012, Parker was cast alongside YouTube reviewer Stuart Ashen in the Alienware sponsored sci-fi/thriller series "The Proxy" add something

 

Louise Penny - "Still Life" went into production in the fall of 2012, with British actor Nathaniel Parker cast as Chief Inspector Gamache

 

Louise Brealey - In March 2012 Brealey produced, co-wrote and co-starred in "The Charles Dickens Show", a children's comedy drama for BBC 2 starring Jeff Rawle, Rupert Graves, Neil Dudgeon, Nathaniel Parker, Lynda_Baron, Honeysuckle Weeks, Rupert Young, Adjoa Andoh, Sam Kelly, Geoffrey Streatfeild, Fiona Button and Mariah Gale


2013

Parker returned to the stage in 2013 for the Westend production of "The Audience", starring Dame Helen Mirren, written by Peter Morgan and directed by Stephen Daldry add something


2015

In June 2015 it was announced that Parker would play the role of King Achish in ABC TVs series "Of Kings and Prophets" add something


2016

Parker Played Jack Weatherill in James Graham's This House at the Minerva Theatre, Chichester in September 2016 and went on to take the same role to the Garrick Theatre in the West End of London on 19 November 2016, to run until 25 February 2017 add something