Tony Howes will be appearing in his one man show as Puck in Midsummer nights dream with the Engilsh Shakespeare Company. At present Tony is appearing in ITV's Emmerdale as Neville the door to door salesman and Tony has recently played Norman Tripp the plumber in BBC1's award winning British soap , The Doctors
Tony was offered the part of Norman the Weasel with the Royal National Theatre in Nicholas Hytners Wind in the Willows and went on to play Toad of Toad Hall recorded for BBC3 in the Paul Miller production.
Tony Howes played the original Mowgli at the Bristol Old Vic theatre in Kiplings Jungle Book which then toured for the Royal Shakespeare Company's Swan theatre.
Tony has played buttons in Cinderella for Paul Holman in Telford, the stage newspapaer said "Tony Howes as buttons stole the show".
Tony trained at National Youth Theatre and Bristol Old Vic Theatre school, where he received the Best actor award for comedy.
WEST END credits include lead roles in Secret diary of Adrian mole; The Wyndham Theatre; The Hobbit; Fortune Theatre; and Lady be good the West end musical with Benard Cribbins; for which Tony was nominated for the Olivier award. Then, Tommy Steele directed Tony as Cosmo in Singin in the Rain at the London Palladium. On USA Broadway he played Scotty in, Good Lads. Tony then starred as lead in part Bill Snibson in the musical tap dancing all singing Me and my Girl. He then toured as the Gangster Moonface Martin in Anything Goes and he played the tramp in the show recent Salad days both recent number 1 tours.
Recent work on TELEVISION for BBC Casualty. 18 episodes of Lift off, 17 episodes of Coppers n Co. Guest starred in It's wicked, Hidden camera show, Saturday Superstore, Two series of Hanger 17, Mysti, Live 'n' Kicking, BBC 2's Play it again, Pulaski, and Blue Peter for BBC 1. On ITV1 Midsomer murders, The Bill, Raise the roof, All in Good Faith with Richard Briers, Wizziwig, The Disney Club, Everything must go and Zig 'n' Zag show with Ant 'n' Dec for Channel 4.
On Film he starred in Macbeth and William Tell, now available on DVD. Numerous adverts for ITV including dodgy Video Market Trader in anti pirate video for 7 years.
On BBC Radio 4 lead parts in Hard Times, Tower of Constance, The Messenger and Beau Geste. For BBC Radio 3 Tony performed his one man show of A Midsummer Nights Dream playing over seventeen parts in different accents. Daily Mail wrote "Tony Howes as Puck was hilarious with a Monty Python comedy touch.".
Recent theatre includes: lead roles in Shakespear's The comedy of errors, and Pericles, The Rivals, She Stoops to Conquer. On tour around Japan and world tour. Abigail's party; The Provoked Wife, What the butler saw, Normal heat; Privates on parade, and lead comedy roles and dames in numerous pantomimes at Manchester palace, Watford, Northampton Royal, Bradford, Oxford Playhouse, Windsor theatre royal, Bristol Old Vic and Guilford theatre.
For more information about Antony Howes please call Michelle on 0203 664 9897 or email email@example.com