Throughout his career, John has worked extensively in theatre and television. He is delighted to be joining the cast of One Man, Two Guvnors.
Theatre Credits include: Queens of the Coal Age (Manchester Royal Exchange / New Vic); Holes (Nottingham Playhouse); Robin Hood: Arrow of Destiny (York Theatre Royal); The Father; Meat Pie; Sausage Roll; Brassed Off; Starcross’d; The Road To Nab End; Me Mam Sez and An Evening With Gary Lineker (Oldham Coliseum); Noises Off (Nottingham Playhouse/No. 1 Tour); Dancing Through The Shadows (Hull Truck); Beryl and Twelfth Night (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Robin Hood – Arrow of Destiny (York Theatre Royal); The Seagull (Nuffield/Headlong Theatre); Carmen; The Yalta Game and Elegy for a Lady (Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough); Dolly and A Right Old Song and Dance (New Perspectives); Kes; The Pros and Cons of a Screw (Derby Theatre); The Glee Club (Manchester Library Theatre); Great Expectations and Carmen (New Vic Theatre Stoke); People At Sea (Salisbury Playhouse); King Cotton (Lowry Theatre and Liverpool Empire); Return to the Forbidden Planet (UK Tour); April In Paris (Keswick Theatre By The Lake); Holes; The Cherry Orchard; The Importance of Being Earnest; Lady Bracknell’s Confinement; Of Mice & Men; Garage Band; Forever Young (Nottingham Playhouse). In addition, John has played Dame in the celebrated Nottingham Playhouse pantomime for the past twenty years.
Film and TV credits include: The Village (BBC); The Mill (Channel 4); The Syndicate (BBC); Oakfield; Our Zoo (BBC); Sunshine (BBC); New Street Law (BBC); Cold Blood (ITV); Shameless (Channel 4); Emmerdale (ITV); Family Affairs (Channel 5); Coronation Street (ITV); Hollyoaks (Channel 4); The Illustrated Mum (BBC); The Royal (ITV); Playing The Field (BBC); Fat Friends (ITV); Cold Feet (ITV); Heartbeat (ITV); New Street Law (BBC); Hollyoaks (Channel 4); Sparkhouse (BBC); The Cops (BBC); City Central (BBC).