SIMON DE DENEY
Simon is an experienced actor with a wealth of credits under his belt.
His theatre includes: 'The Country Wife', (Mermaid); ‘The Madness of George Dubya' (Arts, West End); ‘The Prisoner of Windsor' (Leicester Square Theatre); 'Christmas Carol', (Dukes); 'Spider' s Web', (Wolsey); 'Charley' s Aunt', (Middsboro); 'Beneath The Waves', (Eastern Angles); 'Twelfth Night' (Canizaro Park); 'Miss Chester', (Player' s); 'Frankenstein', (Jackson' s Lane), 'Duchess of Malfi', (Tristan Bates); ‘Felix', (King' s Head), ‘Unmanned', (Arcola)
Television includes 'House of Elliot'; 'The Upper Hand'; 'Rose Cottage'
Film includes 'Damage'; 'Shining Through; 'Another Country'; ‘The Selfish Act of Community'
Writing: Simon has had a number of BBC Radio commissions, such as ‘The Way It Is' and ‘Future Perfect'. His first play, ‘Initial Conditions', premiered at the King' s Head in 2007.
Directing: Simon has worked as Associate Director on Yukio Ninagawa's recent ‘Hamlet' and has developed and directed many new plays including ‘Broken Voices', ‘Scotch and Water', ‘Ponies' and ‘Late Fragment'.
Simon is currently touring a solo show that he also wrote, 'Between the Lines', inspired by the poetry of the First World War.