A DOLL’S HOUSE, PART 2

by Lucas Hnath
28 Feb - 8 April 2022
 
 
Howard Nightingall

Howard Nightingall

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Howard is from London and trained at ALRA. Theatre credits include Larry in Closer (Ensemble Theatre), Stephen Hawking in Hawking’s Dream (Teatro Technis and dietheater Künstlerhaus), Michael in Wienerleben (European tour), Frederic in The Pirates of Penzance (Volksoper), the Scottish transexual policeman in When Did You Last See Your Trousers (National Tour) and Frosch in Die Fledermaus (Wienerkonzerthaus.); Sergius Saranoff in Arms and the Man, Horatio in Hamlet, Sergeant Trotter in The Mousetrap, Jimmy Porter in Look Back in Anger and Joe Pitt in Angels in America (all for International Theatre, Vienna)

His previous roles for Vienna’s English Theatre include: The Young Man in the World Première of Three Tall Women, directed by Edward Albee, Malcolm in Bedroom Farce, The Surley Man in Lettice and Lovage with Rue McClanahan, William Humphries in 84 Charing Cross Road, Ross in the European Première of The Goat, Barnette Lloyd in Crimes of the Heart, William Taylor in Donkeys’ Years, Dr Alfred Feldmann in Duet for One, Michel Vallon in God of Carnage, James Dodd in Time Stands Still, Stephen in Chickenshit (also Off ? Broadway), Ulysses in Annapurna and Serge in ART.

Film and television work includes The Bill, Casualty, Catherine, The Pilgrim Factor, The Rehearsal, MA2412, Nous Nous Sommes Tant Haïs, Wilhelm Reich, The Devils Violinist and Karl Kaiser und die Sixtus Affäre. Most recently Howard played Rupert Sebacious?Smythe in the sit?com Tuesday Afternoon Kitchen for Amazon Prime and voiced the June bug Mr Zoomzeman in the animated feature film Moonbound.

Howard works extensively as a voice?over. Credits include Mercedes, BMW, Alpha Romeo, Porsche, Aston Martin, Capital Radio, LBC, Drei, T? Mobile, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Emirates, Red Bull, Life Ball and the Eurovision Song Contest. Documentary work includes ORF, BBC, CNN, Animal Planet, National Geographic, Terra Mater and Universum.