Gerald Kyd

7 May 2015

Gerald’s film credits include “Legacy” for Black Camel Pictures, directed by Thomas Ikimi, “The Defender” for Lucky Seven directed by Dolph Lundgren, “Tombraider II” for Paramount directed by Jan De Bont and “Principles of Lust” for Channel 4 directed by Penny Woolcock.

Gerald’s television credits include, “Sherlock” for the BBC, “The Bible” for the History Channel, “The Midnight Beast” for Warp Films, “Persons Unknown” for Fox TV, “Casualty” for BBC, “All in the Game” for Channel 4, “Brief Encounters” for BBC, “The New Professional” and “Underworld” for Hatrick.

Theatre includes “Three Winters” for the National Theatre, “Richard III” for Trafalgar Studios, “Little Black Book” for Park Theatre, “Children of the Sun” for National Theatre, “55 Days” for Hampstead Theatre, “The Real Thing” for West Yorkshire Playhouse, “The Cherry Orchard” for National Theatre, “The Years Between” for Royal Theatre Northampton, “This much is True” for Theatre 503, “Blood and Gifts” for National Theatre, “The Seagull” for the RSC, “The Three Musketeers” for Bristol Old Vic, “Conversations in Havana” for Oran Mor, “Revelation” for Hampstead Theatre, “Edward II” for The Globe, “Richard II” for The Globe, “Deathtrap” for P.W Productions, “Love’s Labours Lost” for English Touring Thetare, “Prophet in Exile” for Chelsea Centre, “Ramayana” for Birmingham Rep, “Cyrano de Bergerac” for the RSC, “The Local Stigmatic” for Lyric Studio London.