Matthew Lloyd Davies
Trained at the renowned Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in the UK, Matthew has been an actor, singer and director for over 30 years.
Embarking on his career as a part of the Stage Crew at Chichester Festival Theatre and on West End shows such as The Phantom Of The Opera (Original crew) and the Invisible Man, literally learning the ropes and then continuing to add to his experience as an Assistant Stage Manager (Acting/ASM) after which he went on the train at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and on leaving found himself very much in demand as the young and handsome Juve Lead!
His career spans all genre's and media. From TIE through Rep and UK Tours, to International Tours, West End Theatre and Musicals, Award Winning Television Drama and Oscar Winning Film.
Career highlights include productions at The National Theare and The Royal Shakespeare company, but not only the 'big' companies, other highlights include fringe work including being Offie Nominated for Best Actor in a Musical: 'Man in Chair' in The Drowsy Chaperone at The Gatehouse Theatre and Ivan in The Acedian Pirates at Theatre 503.
Favourite roles include appearing alongside Nigel Hawthorne in the stage production and Oscar winning film of The Madness of King George, originating the role of Papendiek, and playing Amos Hart in Chicago at the Cambridge Theatre.
Matthew has recorded over 370 audiobooks and is AUDIE nominated three times, winning twice with many other audiobook awards. For more information on Matthew's Audiobook work click the target .
For more information about Matthew's acting work click on the Spotlight logo .
Matthew's award winning directing work is outlined further on the directing page.
Matthew continues to train when possible, only recently taking part in Shakespeare workshops. He also coaches Audiobook narration and has created the much respected audiobook narrator's challenge '21 Targets' .
No longer the 'Juve' lead, still very much young inside, Matthew Lloyd Davies brings charm, wit and gravitas, as required, to any role and is a pleasure to have as a company member.
"The comedy is helped along by Matthew Lloyd Davies as Roxie's downtrodden husband Amos Hart"
"When Adam's outrageous uncle Martin (Matthew Lloyd Davies) turns up, there is nothing to do but forget about reality, let go of all your boudnaries and reservations, laugh, strap on (or strap one on, maybe), and enjoy the ride..."
"Matthew Lloyd Davies is Strong and Compelling"