Paul Moriarty’s work in theatre includes, for the National, Market Boy, Pillars of the Community, Sing Yer Heart Out for the Lads, Macbeth, Black Snow, Murderers, As I Lay Dying, The Crucible, Racing Demon, Murmuring Judges and The Absence of War. For the RSC his work includes, King Lear, Penny for a Song, Antony and Cleopatra, Troilus and Cressida, Bingo, Dingo, Captain Swing, Twelfth Night and The Tempest. Other theatre includes Translations at the Leicester Curve; Nineteen Eighty-Four and Love and Money (also at the Young Vic) at the Royal Exchange, Manchester; Sus at the Young Vic; Rosmerholm, Richard II and Coriolanus at the Almeida; The Elephant Man at Sheffield Lyceum and on tour; Saved at the Abbey, Dublin; Afterbirth at the Arcola; Kingfisher Blue at the Bush; The Contractor for Oxford Stage Company; All My Sons at the Mercury, Colchester; A View From The Bridge at Sheffield Crucible; Fool for Love for ETT; Oi for England and Elizabeth I at the Royal Court, London; The Mysteries at Edinburgh Lyceum; and Serious Money (also on Broadway) and Taking Part in the West End.
His TV appearances include Ashes to Ashes, Holby City, Jack of Hearts, EastEnders, A Touch of Frost, The Knock, Murder Most Horrid, Peak Practice, Pride and Prejudice, Wycliffe, Maigret, Between the Lines, The Comic Strip Presents, The Gentle Touch, Shine on Harvey Moon, Troilus and Cressida, Saracens, South of the Border, The Bill, Paradise Club, Minder and The Sweeney. Films include Hidden Agenda.