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Matthew Marsh

Matthew Marsh recently co-starred in Spy Game as Dr. Byars, as well as in Smilla's Sense of Snow, Jimmy Fizz, Quicksand, and the forthcoming Miranda. Other feature credits include The Whites of Their Eyes, Piccadilly Circus By Night, Alambrado, Mountains of the Moon, Diamond Skulls, The Fourth Protocol and Dirty Weekend.

A veteran of stage, television and feature productions in a career already spanning 25 years, the British-born Marsh's extensive credits for television include the mini series A Respectable Trade, Crocodile Shoes, A Taste For Death, The Modern World: Ten Great Writers, and the telefilms A Certain Justice, Getting Hurt, Into the Blue, Genghis Cohn as well as the series The Cazalets, Chancer, Game On! As Time Goes By, and A Touch of Frost.

During Marsh's extraordinary career on stage, he has enjoyed a long and continuing collaboration with director David Thacker, as well as multiple productions with Howard Lloyd Lewis and Richard Wilson. He has performed at such famous venues as the Old Vic, the Young Vic, the Manchester Library Theatre and the Royal Exchange Manchester. Most recently, he has starred in A Buyer's Market, The Little Foxes at the Donmar Warehouse, the original cast of Copenhagen at the National Theatre and in the West End as brilliant German physicist Werner Heisenberg, and in Conversations After a Burial by Yasmina Reza, for the Almeida Theatre.

Marsh has also directed David Holman's The Small Poppies, Robert Patrick's Kennedy's Children, Joe Orton's What The Butler Saw, Alexa Arbuzov's Old World, and Nick Darke's Landmarks.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.

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