Top credits: ‘Episodes’, 'Green Wing', 'Dirk Gently'

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Stephen has most recently filmed the title role in ‘Dirk Gently’ for ITV. Prior to that he played Sean Lincoln in the new BBC2 comedy ‘Episodes’ alongside Matt Le Blanc.


Stephen appeared in the role of Mark Bark Jones in ‘Beyond The Pole’ with Rhys Thomas and played the role of Tim in ‘The Walker’, part of a series of silent shorts for Sky.


Stephen studied at Cambridge University where he gained a Master of Arts in Law and trained at RADA, graduating in July 1994. Stephen was Highly Commended in the 1994 BBC Radio Carlton Hobbs Award.






‘Beyond The Pole’

‘War Wounds’

‘Someone Else’



‘Birthday Girl’

‘Chunky Monkey’

‘Billy Elliot’

‘An Hour In Paradise’

‘Martha Meets…’




‘Episodes’ – BBC2/Hat Trick

‘Free Agents’ – Big Talk

‘Never Better’ – BBC2

‘Would I Lie To You?’ – BBC1

‘Who Gets The Dog?’

‘Miss Marple: St Bertram’s Hotel’ – ITV

‘Green Wing: Series 1 & 2’ – Channel 4

‘Jane Hall’ – ITV

‘Bromwell High’ – Channel 4

‘Nathan Barley’ – Talkback

‘Ready When You Are Mr McGill’ – Working Title Television

‘I’m Alan Partridge’ – Talkback

‘The Armando Iannucci Show’ – Working Title

‘The Cappuccino Years’ – Tiger Aspect for BBC

‘Sword Of Honour’ – Talkback

‘In Defence’ – ITV

‘Big Bad World’ – Carlton

‘The Walker’ – Sky

‘Ditch The Bitch’ – Company Television for ITV

‘Argumental’ – Tiger Aspect

‘Lucky Jim’ – Working Title for ITV

‘Party Political Broadcast’ – BBC


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