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Joseph Timms

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Simon Beresford & Daniel Albert

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Theatre

White Devil Dir: Annie Ryan
The Globe Theatre
A Tale Of Two Cities

Dir: James Dacre
Royal & Derngate/Touring Consortium

The Hudsucker Proxy

Dir: Simon Dormandy & Toby Sedgwick
Nuffield Southampton & Liverpool Everyman

Twelfth Night

Dir: Tim Carroll
Belasco Theatre (Broadway)

Richard III Dir: Tim Carroll
Belasco Theatre (Broadway)
Bracken Moor

Dir: Polly Teale
Tricycle Theatre

Privates On Parade

Dir: Michael Grandage
Noel Coward Theatre

The Taming Of The Shrew

Dir: Toby Frow
The Globe

Someone Who'll Watch Over Me

Dir: Jessica Swale
Southwark Playhouse

Richard II

Dir: Michael Grandage
Donmar Warehouse

Twelfth Night Dir: Peter Hall
Royal National Theatre

Henry IV Parts II

Dir: Dominic Dromgoole
The Globe Theatre

Bedlam Dir: Jessica Swale
The Globe

TV

Atlantis Dir: Various
BBC
Amerikan Kanibal Dir: Simon George
Discovery
Doctors Dir: Various
BBC
Casualty Dir: Various
BBC

Radio

A Midsummer Night's Dream Dir: Celia De Wolff
BBC 4
   

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Reviews

WHITE DEVIL

“Joseph Timms gives a vivid whirlwind of a performance”.
- (Paul Taylor, Independent)

“A spectator may feel breathless, too, as Joseph Timms’s longhaired Flamineo bounds on and off stage with a derring-do that tilts a murder-happy text in the direction of an action movie, the actor at one point wielding a pair of pistols as if on the way to his very own “High Noon.”...At one point, the gifted Mr. Timms kicks the side of the stage, as if the space itself were too small to contain his character’s passions.”
-(Matt Wolf, New York Times)

A TALE OF TWO CITIES

“At the heart of the whole thing is a towering performance from Joseph Timms as the dissolute, self-destructive Sydney Carton. Timms reveals real heart as the drunkard who battles his demons in the search for something good in himself, and he’s captivating to watch.”
-(Michael Davies, What’s on Stage)

RICHARD III/TWELFTH NIGHT

“Joseph Timms acquits himself beautifully as Anne in Richard III and Sebastian in Twelfth Night”.
-(David Finkle, Huffington Post)

“Timms stands out as Lady Anne.”
-(Hollywood Reporter)

HUDSUCKY PROXY

“Joseph Timms is sublime as Norville.”
-(Carole Baldock, What’s on Stage)

BRACKEN MOOR

“Joseph Timms positively gleams…he uses his piercing intensity with great discretion.”
-(Variety)

“Compellingly portrayed by Joseph Timms.”
-(Independent)

“Joseph Timms impresses greatly as the terrified Terence.”
-(Guardian)

“Terence, quiveringly well played by Joseph Timms, is…the conscience of the play.”
-(What’s on Stage)

PRIVATES ON PARADE

“All the performances are outstanding, with especially engaging work from Joseph Timms.”
-(Charles Spencer, Telegraph)

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