Jacob Thomas and Oliver Mackwood Productions in association with Park Theatre present
Mother of Him
Theatre includes: Party Time/Celebration (Harold Pinter Theatre); Pack of Lies (Menier Chocolate Factory); Present Laughter; Fiddler On The Roof and Saturday, Sunday… & Monday (Chichester Festival Theatre); Loot and Two (Chichester Minerva Theatre and Vaudeville Theatre); Stepping Out (Vaudeville Theatre and UK Tour); McQueen (St James Theatre and Theatre Royal Haymarket); Godchild, Old Money and On The Rocks (Hampstead Theatre); Earthquakes in London (National Theatre); Absurd Person Singular (Leicester Curve Theatre); Boeing Boeing (Comedy Theatre); The Oak Tree and School Play (both at Soho Theatre); Edmond and Waiting for Leftie (National Theatre); Hello Goodbye (Southwark Playhouse); A Call In The Night (West Yorkshire Playhouse); A Christmas Carol, The Changeling, Tamburlaine, The Beggers Opera, A Jovial Crew and Macbeth (Royal Shakespeare Company).
Television includes: Code 404; Dad’s Army; Afterlife; Zapped; Hoff The Record; Friday Night Dinner; Toast Of London; Siblings; Tracey Breaks The News; Doctor Who; Father Brown; New Tricks; Crims; The Way It Is; Happiness; 15 Stories High; Harringham Harker, Mistresses; Robin Hood; Summerhill; Sorted; Sadie Jones; Tracy Beaker Returns; Best of Men; EastEnders; Comedy Playhouse; Marion and Goff; The Last Detective; Murder in Suburbia; Where The Heart Is; The Cow; Bob Martin; M.I. High, Monroe; Waterloo Road; Big Train and Where’s Anne Frank.
Film includes: Where's Anne Frank, The Casanova Variations, Hector & The Search for Happiness, The Funeral, Filth, Wall, Girl Number 9, The Infidel, The Early Days, Supertex, Killing Time and Hope Machine.
Theatre includes: Equus (Trafalgar Studios); Absolute Hell (National Theatre); Antony & Cleopatra (Chichester Festival Theatre); The Lion in Winter (Theatre Royal Haymarket); King Lear (Guildford Shakespeare Company); Joe & I (King’s Head Theatre); The Rivals (Compass Theatre Company); A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Macbeth (Arundel Festival and UK Tour); Twelfth Night (Bristol Old Vic); The Winter’s Tale, The Glass Menagerie and The Deep Blue Sea (Royal & Derngate, Northampton); John Cleese’s Bang Bang, Romeo and Juliet, Burn This, Tartuffe and My Cousin Rachel (Mercury Theatre, Colchester); Mario and the Magician (Almeida Theatre); The Agatha Christie Theatre Festival 2001 (Palace, Westcliff); The Best Man (UK Tour); Blood Brothers (UK Tour) and The Hollow (UK Tour).
Television includes: Endeavour, Fearless, EastEnders, Foyle’s War, Casualty, Law And Order UK, Emmerdale, Coronation Street, Doctors, Lynda la Plante’s Trial And Retribution, Wire In The Blood, Wallis & Edward, Inspector Morse – The Remorseful Day, The Royal, The Bill, Bliss, Bodyguards, Departures, Ruth Rendell’s Thornapple and The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles.
Film includes: Walking With The Enemy, Sink, Love’s Kitchen, 47 Cleveland, The Holly Kane Experiment, Tezz and The Walker.
Simon appeared as the 'Politician/News Anchor' in the tour visuals for Brit Award-winning band BΔSTILLE’s highly acclaimed ‘Wild World’ Tour and the music video for 'Fake It' (Universal Music).
Theatre includes: The Suppliant Women; And Yet It Moves and The American Dream 2.0 (Young Vic) and Connections (Theatre503).
Film includes: The Power, Dormitory and Michelle.
Theatre includes: This Is My Family (Chichester Festival Theatre), Sunday In The Park With George (National Youth Music Theatre); The Lost Ones (Bush Theatre); Spring Awakening (National Youth Music Theatre); Damned By Despair (National Theatre).
Film includes: Blinded By The Light; Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger; Outside Bet.
TV includes: Dixi4 (CBBC); Brotherhood (Comedy Central); Breathless (ITV); Cafe Afrik (pilot).
Social Media: @scott_folan
Matt attends University Collage School, Hampstead and the Sylvia Young Theatre School.
Theatre includes: Oresteia (Trafalgar Studios)
Film includes: At Arms Length.
Video games include: Aegyptus.
Hari is currently training at the Italia Conti Academy Of Theatre Arts.
Theatre includes: Macbeth (RSC).
Music Videos include: ‘We Can Do Better’ by Matt Simons.
Hari is thrilled to be joining the cast of Mother of Him at The Park Theatre.