Peter Bramhill


Photo: Charlie Carter


Simon Beresford & Daniel Albert

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Mindflesh Dir: Robert Pratten
Zen Films
The Nuggett Run Dir: Mike Wadding
Zig-Zag Films
Lovecracked Dir: Thomas Algren
Biff Juggernaught Prods
Jump Dir: Simon Fellows
Silver Films
Loveroy Dir: Johan Lundh
Human Traffic Dir: Justin Kerrigan
Fruit Salad Films


The Tempest Dir: Tom Littler
Jermyn Street Theatre
Dog Days Dir: Lisa Cagnacci
Theatre 503
Life for Beginners  Dir: Paul Robinson/ Tim Roseman 
Theatre 503
The Phoenix of Madrid Dir: Laurence Boswell
Ustinov Studio
Theatre Royal Bath
The Surprise of Love Dir: Laurence Boswell
Ustinov Studio
Theatre Royal Bath
Geoffrey Bernard Is Unwell Dir: David Grindley
Theatre Royal Bath
& Number 1 Tour
The Woman In Black Dir: Robin Herford
Number 1 Tour
Much Ado About Nothing Dir: Timothy Sheader
Regents Park Theatre
King Lear Dir: Rupert Goold
Liverpool & Young Vic
An Inspector Calls Dir: Robin Herford
Coliseum Theatre Oldham
The Class Cage Dir: Laurie Sansom
Royal & Derngate
The Minaturists Dir: Hamish Pirie
Arcola Theatre
Taming Of The Shew Dir: Nick Hutchinson
Wilton's Music Hall
Thomas More
Ian Charleson Award Nominee
Dir: Robert Delamere
Believe What You Will Dir: Josie Rourke
Sejanus Dir: Greg Doran
Speaking Like Magpies Dir: Rupert Goold
Gong Donkey Dir: Mike Bradwell
Bush Theatre
Othello Dir: Greg Doran
RSC & Trafalgar Theatre
Lady Windermere's Fan Dir: David Grindley
English Theatre Frankfurt
Macbeth Dir: James Roose-Evans
Ludlow Festival
Corpus Christi Dir: Stephen Henry
Theatre 28 (Premiere)
Switchboard Dir: Christopher Wren
Latchmere Theatre
A Christmas Carol Dir: Michael Bogdanov
Birmingham Rep
As You Like It Dir: Michael Bogdanov
Theatre Royal Bath & Tour
Antony & Cleopatra Dir: Michael Bogdanov
Theatre Royal Bath & Tour
Strangers In The Night Dir: Simon Coury
Salisbury Playhouse


Alabama Dir: Jim O'Hanlon
Holby City Dir: Various
Genius: Einstein Dir: Kevin Hooks
Fox 21 Television Studios
National Geographic
No Offence

Dir: Rob Quinn
Abbot Vision

New Tricks Dir: David Innes Edwards
Doctors Dir: Dave Beauchamp
Father Brown Dir: Matt Carter
Wickedest City Wall to Wall / National Geographic
Vexed Dir: Matt Lipsy
BBC / Greenlit
Doctors Dir: Rebbecca Gatward
Dustbin Baby Dir: Juliet May
Kindle Entertainment
Made With Magic Dir: Keith Rogerson
Fresh One
Eastenders Dir: Jo Johnson
The Bill Dir: Simon Massey
Talkback Thames
Holby City Dir: Ian Jackson
Footballer's Wives Dir: Julie Edwards
Shed Productions


Accents Northern, RP, London, Scottish, Various American, Australian, Irish
Music Baritone, Guitar & Piano
Sports Golf, Swimming, Tennis, Cricket (to county level), Horse riding, Scuba Diving


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“Theres’ nimble comedy from Perer Bramhill’s northern flat-capped Trinculo.” - Sam Marlowe (The Times)

“The inspired doubling continues with Peter Bramhill as Sebastian/Trinculo and Richard Derrington as Antonio/Stephano, their alternating scenes deftly drawing the play’s intertwined murderous and comic plotlines.” - Dave Hollander (The Stage)

“Peter Bramhill flanks Derrington as Sebastian and Trinculo, and the duo become the main, thoroughly delectable, comedic relief throughout the show.” - Cindy Marcolina (

“Peter Bramhill also has a nicely disarming twinkle as Tony.” - Daisy Bowie Sell (Timeout)


“A new ensemble, forgotten curiosities rediscovered, old words freshly minted: proclaim it loud – something wonderful is happening in Bath. Beginning with some splendid master-on-servant abuse, in which Milo Twomey’s rakish Don Alonso berates Peter Bramhill’s put-upon Moscatel for having the temerity to fall in love/”
– Dominic Cavendish (The Telegraph)

“… as a production, Boswell’s is close to faultless and there are some first-rate individual performances alongside the equally first-rate ensemble work; … as Moscatel, Peter Bramhill is all pragmatic wisdom and cunning asides (and yes, there’s something of Blackadder lurking in his relationship with his boss Alonso.)”
– Tom Phillips (Exeunt)


“The chief pleasure in Laurence Boswell’s production… lies in the performances. With fine supporting work from Frances McNamee and Peter Bramhill as the exasperated servants, this is worth a look, certainly.” – Dominic Cavendish (The Telegraph)

“This, though, is a strong-in-depth ensemble, and these two get good support, especially from Frances McNamee and Peter Bramhill as the spiky, mind-speaking ‘downstairs’ pairing of Lisette and Lubin.” - Tom Phillips (Exeunt)


“Peter Bramhill is excellent as the young actor helping the tormented Arthur lay his fears to rest.” - Liz Robinson (The Guardian)

“A standing ovation from a packed house kicked off the 10th anniversary season at The Lowry. Rising star Peter Bramhill plays the young actor tries to help Kipps face his nightmares. Judging by the screams of the genuinely frightened audience, it certainly worked.” - Natalie Anglesey (Manchester Evening News)

“Both actors are astonishing… Bramhill’s electric energy perfectly compliments the plays trickery between performance and reality.”  – Beth Friend (What’s On Stage)

“Robert Demeger as Kipps and Peter Bramhill as The Actor acquit themselves marvellously.” – Jay Richardson (The Scotsman)

“Equally impressive is Peter Bramhill in the part of The Actor, he was relied upon to provide the raw emotion in the scenes of horror, and he did so with aplomb. In fact the combination of the two actors was brilliant, the discourse was sparkling and they played off one another expertly.” – David Noble
(The Public Reviews – The Leicester Curve)


“Peter Bramhill’s Borachio is notable.” – Michael Coveney (The Independent)

“Some of the casting choices are spot on…Peter Bramhill as a notably bold and convincing Borachio and Samantha Spiro as the feisty feminine Beatrice.” -


“The most effect moments are, surprising, comic – Peter Bramhill as a pocket picking wideboy, and a troop of seedy actors presenting a seedy morality play [also with Bramhill.]” – Robert Hanks (The Independent)

“Highlights include scenes with comic pickpocket Lifter (played superbly by Peter Bramhill) and with the group of players who try to perform a mock morality play.”
– Sandy Holt (Stratford Herald)


“Peter Bramhill’s authoritative intelligence as Malcolm breathes life into the sententious tedium of the English court scene” – Ian Bear (The Stage)

GONG DONKEY’S - Bush Theatre

“When Bramhill’s Gobbo… admitted that he’d had an affair “with a girl what I picked up in Donny”, the audience fell about. And so did I”. – Benedict Nightingale (The Times)

“Mike Bradwell gets wonderful comic performances from Burn Gorman and Peter Bramhill… wonderfully warm-hearted entertainment.”  - The Stage










Training: Welsh College of Music & Drama
Eyes: Blue/Grey   Hair: Fair   Height: 5’9”

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