After training at London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, Albie Woodington embarked on an extensive stage career with such companies as the Royal Shakespeare Company, The Royal National Theatre, and in the West End, with such notable figures as Sam Mendes, Sir Peter Hall, Mark Rylance, Alan Ayckbourn and Pete Postlethwaite. Some of his favorite roles have been the leading role of Plato in Cardboys (a role written especially for him), MacDuff in Macbeth, Vladimir in Waiting For Godot, Able Drugger in The Alchemist, and Pistol in Henry IV Part 2.
His television work includes guest-leading roles in the series Brother Cadfael, Pie in the Sky, Wycliffe, The Bill, and The Hunt. Among his feature films are Age of Treason, The Thirteenth Warrior, and First Knight.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.
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