Kenneth’s TV credits include charlie Brookers BLACK MIRROR Season 2 for Channel 4, DOORS OPEN for ITV, CUCKOO for BBC, ME & MRS JONES for BBC, MY FAT MAD TEENAGE DIARY for E4,EPISODES for BBC/SHOWTIME, CARDINAL BURNS for E4, HOUSE OF ROOMS fr Channel 4, SKINS for E4, DIRK GENTLY for BBC, FRESHMEAT for C4, THE BORGIAS for SHOWTIME directed by Neil Jordan and Simon Callan Jones; CAMPUS for Channel 4 playing P; THE TUDORS for BBC playing D'Annebaut; LIFE OF RILEY for BBC; Various characters in DANIS HOUSE for the BBC, HOMETIME for BabyCow (BBC2), THE WRONG DOOR for BBC3; MY HERO for the BBC; CALL ME a new Comedy Pilot for the BBC; CAVEGIRL for the BBC playing the regular role of CHIEF; various guest leads in HARRY & COSH for Channel 5. MORRIS 2274 for Channel 5, playing the regular role of MR BUSBY.
Film credits include BLACKWOOD directed by Adam Wimpenny, ANNA KARENINA for Working Title directed by Joe Wright, ALBERT NOBBS directed by Rodrigo Garcia, FOSTER for Serendipity Films directed by Jonathan Newman, CREEPING ZERO based on the short story by Jeff Hoon; IRONCLAD for Mythic; ALBATROSS for Cinema NX; SWINGING WITH THE FINKELS; TORMENTED for BBC Films/Slingshot Films, HIPPIE HIPPIE SHAKE for Working Title, 12 in a BOX which won the audience prize for best film of the Zurich International Film Festival; A PASSION IN THE DESERT for Fineline, playing Dogeraux, a French Officer in Napoleon’s army; THE YOUNG INDIANA JONES CHRONICLES for Lucas Film, playing Pierre a quirky scientist and PICCADILY COWBOY currently on limited release in the USA.
Radio credits include THE ARCHERS for BBC Radio 4, STRANGERS & BROTHERS for BBC Radio 4 playing Willy Romantovski and STALINGRAD KISS for BBC Radio 3 playing Albert and Boris.
Theatre credits include West End and No. 1 tour of THE WITCHES: EVERYMAN at the National Theatre, Dijon as part of their international season; the award–winning TWO GENTLEMEN OF SOHO and touring Canada and the UK, playing Will Kempe, Shakespeare’s clown; the controversial SHADING THE CRIME, playing a torturer, which received its world premiere at the Courtyard Theatre, Hereford, Also at Hereford ABIGAIL’S PARTY (Laurence), ENTERTAINING MR SLOANE (ED), Most recently, he played Laertes in THE AL-HAMLET SUMMIT, a multi-media production, which was performed in Kuwait, as part of the Gulf Festival and went on to tour to The National Theatre of Tunisia, The Edinburgh Festival, where it won a Fringe First, for outstanding theatre, The International Festival in Cairo, representing the UK where it won best production and best director.