Craig Parkinson

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Acting

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Acting

Craig Parkinson's outstanding acting career spans over 15 years. During this time, he has played the lead in a number of acclaimed TV series including; INDIAN SUMMERS opposite Julie Walters, PREY, THE MILL and the award winning MISFITS. Craig played the notorious Matthew "Dot" Cottan in the record breaking LINE OF DUTY, which last year became BBC2's highest rated drama in the channel's history. On the big screen Craig starred in BRIGHTON ROCK, alongside Helen Mirren, Chris Morris' rioutous comedy FOUR LIONS and Anton Corbijn's lauded biopic of Ian Curtis, CONTROL. On stage Craig most recently starred in the award winning HANGMEN from Martin Mcdonagh.

 

Television

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

THE ENGLISH GAME

James Walsh

Tim Fywell

Netflix

WILD BILL

Si

Charles Martin

ITV

YEAR OF THE RABBIT

Levant

Ben Taylor

Channel 4

RESISTANCE

Captain David McLeod

Colin Teevan

RTE

WATERSHIP DOWN

Sergeant Sainfoin

Various

BBC/Netflix

BLACK MIRROR: BANDERSNATCH

Peter Butler

David Slade

Netflix

SICK OF IT

Neil

Richard Yee

Sky One

THROUGH THE GATES

Mark

Stella Corradi

Channel 4

KILLED BY MY DEBT

The Bailiff

Joseph Bullman

BBC

REBELLION S2

Captain McLeod

Catherine Morshead

RTE

UNCLE

Cyril

Oliver Refson

Baby Cow

THE SCANDALOUS LADY W

Mr Wallace

Sheree Folkson

Wall to Wall

X COMPANY

Drabek

Craig Viverios

Camp X Productions

INDIAN SUMMERS Series 1-2

Dougie

Various

New Productions

PREY

Devlin

Nick Murphy

Red Productions

THE MILL

Charlie Crout

James Hawes

Ch 4 / Darlow Smithson

GREAT NIGHT OUT

Glyn

Elliott Hegarty

ITV / Hat Trick

THE SECRET OF CRICKLEY HALL

Rev Horace

Joe Ahearne

BBC

LINE OF DUTY 2 - 3

DS Matthew "Dot" Cottan

David Caffrey

World Productions

IN WITH THE FLYNNS

Tommy

Dominic Brigstocke

Caryn Mandabach Productions

EXCLUDED

Gary

Misha Manson-Smith

BBC

MISFITS 2 & 3

Shaun

Tom Green

Clerkenwell Films

WHITECHAPEL 2

Jimmy / Johnny

David Evans

Carnival Films and TV

MRS INBETWEENY

Nigel

Paul Walker

Tightrope Pictures

LARK RISE TO CANDLEFORD

Young Amos

Charlie Palmer

BBC

GREEN

Ricardo

Alex Hardcastle

Granada / BBC 3

SMALLTIME

Glen

Tony Dow

BBC

THE INNOCENCE PROJECT

Wilson

Bill Anderson

Tightrope Productions

OUTLAWS

Spinky Sutherland

Harry Bradbeer / Richard Laxton

World Productions

THE WORST WEEK OF MY LIFE

Tommy

Dan Zeff

Hat Trick

BLACK BOOKS

Martin

Martin Dennis

Assembly Film And TV

NO ANGELS

Mick

Minkie Spiro

World Productions / Channel 4

ALISTAIR MCGOWANS THE BIG IMPRESSION

Steve

Gareth Carrevick

Vera Productions

ED STONE IS DEAD

Scotty Wilmslow

David Kerr

Initial TV

ATTACHMENTS

Darren

Susannah White

World Productions

DALZIEL & PASCOE

Paul

Laurence Gorden Clarke

BBC

Film

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

WILD ROSE

Alan

Tom Harper

BFI Films

THE FLAG

The Don

Declan Recks

Treasure Films

JET TRASH

Marlowe

Charles Henri Belleville

Aimimage Productions

WHEN THE LIGHTS WENT OUT

Brian

Pat Holden

Kintop Pictures

GHOSTED

Clay

Craig Vivieros

Motion Picture House / LFM

BRIGHTON ROCK

Cubitt

Rowan Joffe

BBC Films

FOUR LIONS

Matthew Jaggard

Chris Morris

Boilerplate

THE UNLOVED

Ben

Samantha Morton

Unloved Films

THE OTHER MAN

George

Richard Eyre

Rainmark Films

SOUL BOY

Alan

Shimmy Marcus

Ipso Facto Films

DESERT FLOWER

Nigel

Shelly Hormann

Desert Flower Films

CONTROL

Tony Wilson

Anton Corbijn

Momentum Pictures

CHASING TEMPTATION

Tindaro

David Leland

Zephyr Films

TOOTH

Store Cashier

Ed Nammour

Tooth Productions

Stage

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

HANGMEN

Inspector Fry

Declan Recks

Treasure Films

ECSTASY

Len

Mike Leigh

Hampstead Theatre / Duchess Theatre

EVERYTHING IS ILLUMINATED

Alex

Rachel O’Riordian

Hampstead Theatre

MEASURE FOR MEASURE

Provost

Simon McBurney

Complicite / National Theatre

A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM

Flute

Alan Strachan

Regents Park

PIRATES OF PENZANCE

Policeman

Ian Talbot

Regents Park

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

Watchman

Rachel Kavangh

Regents Park

MARTIN GUERRE

Ensemble

Declan Donnellan

Prince Edward Theatre