A REGULAR LITTLE HOUDINI
Written and performed by Daniel Llewelyn-Williams
Josh directed the original one-act version of A Regular Little Houdini and collaborated with Dan Llewelyn-Williams on upscaling the script to tonight’s full-length production.
Josh is currently a regular character in Emmerdale, playing Bear Wolf. The last few years he toured the world with, and is an associate actor of the RSC. He appeared in Richard II with David Tennant for the RSC, playing Bardolph in Henry IV pts I & II with Sir Anthony Sher, and Henry V, again for the RSC.
Theatre credits include: The Winslow Boy, Roots, Mary Stuart, Macbeth, Troilus &
Cressida and The Taming of the Shrew (Clwyd Theatr Cymru); Anjin: The Shogun and the English Samurai (Tokyo, Osaka and Sadler’s Wells); The Miller in The Canterbury Tales (Spain, Washington DC and West End); Edward III, Eastward Ho!, The Roman Actor in the RSC’s Olivier Award winning Jacobethan Season, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Sold and Fly Me to the Moon (Hull Truck); Brighton Rock (Almeida); and Buzz Adams in the West End and world tour of South Pacific.
Josh created the role of Frankie Mitchell in Jump to Cow Heaven, a Fringe First and Best of the Fest winner that transferred to London’s Riverside Studios, before playing Buckingham in Richard III, Knight in The Passion and Sir Toby Belch in Twelfth Night for Barrie Rutter’s Northern
He has achieved international critical acclaim for his portrayal of Richard Burton in his one-man show Playing Burton, soon to be released as a feature film. He has also devised, designed, produced and directed the Fringe First winner Rosebud: The Lives of Orson Welles Edinburgh 2004 and 2007.
Television credits include: Reasonable Force, New World, The Vision, A Perfect Spy, A Mind to Kill, Bowen a’i Bartner, Trial & Retribution, The New Adventures of Robin Hood, Mind Games, Heartbeat, and the Narrator for BBC Wales’ Mountain series.
Film credits include: Rancid Aluminium, Very Annie Mary, Dr. Sleep, Troy, Devil’s Bridge, Panic Button and The Darkest Day.