Anthony Head trained at LAMDA and made his stage debut in the national tour of Godspell--he later played the part of Jesus in the Shaftesbury Theatre production. Other theatre work includes Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Cheltenham, Teeth and Smiles--Nottingham Playhouse, Octavius in Peter Gill's Production of Julius Caesar at the Riverside Studios, Maske--Gate Theatre. First appearance at the National Theatre was in Peter Gill's Dantons Death in the Olivier Theatre, followed by Prince of Homburg in the Cottelsoe. He returned to the Olivier stage in 1985 for the role of Absalom in Peter Shaffer's new play Yondab, directed by Peter Hall. In 1983, he was offered the part of Stefan in Ronald Eyre's production of A Patriot For Me, and travelled to Los Angeles with the production. TV credits include Clive Martell in Enemy at the Door, and William in Lille, both for LWT. Tony Kroesig in Love in a Cold Climate for Thames, Accident, Chief Hook--The Grudge Fight, Phil Norton--Howards Way, Pulaski, and in Rockcliffe's Babies--for the BBC. For Central Television he has appeared in Boon and is soon to be seen in Les Girls, and Zero Option. He also worked with the Comic Strip in the role of Rikki in Slags, and appeared in YTV's Celebrity Playhouse Season as Wilfred Kirby in Eden End. Films include Prayer for the Dying--Rupert, and the lead role in Devil's Hill.
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