David Threlfall earned both Tony and Emmy nominations for his work as Smike in the acclaimed Royal Shakespeare Company production of Nicholas Nickleby in London, New York and for Britain's Channel 4. Threlfall's feature film work includes roles in The Russia House, Patriot Games, and Murderers Among Us. For television, he played Prince Charles in the NBC miniseries Diana: Her True Story, and he also appeared in BBC presentations of Clothes In The Wardrobe, Men of the World, The Brylcream Boys and Sex, Chips & Rock 'n' Roll, as well as the telefilm A Casualty of War. Threlfall was a Royal Shakespeare Company leading player from 1977-79, appearing in RSC productions of Savage Amusement, A & R, Shout Across the River, Sons of Light, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Suicide and Julius Caesar.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
David Threlfall Facts
|Birthday||October 12, 1953 (65)|
|Birthplace||Manchester, England, United Kingdom|