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NEIL STUKE




THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE
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"Neil Stuke deliciously off at an angle as the lawyer".
Financial Times









'Mood Music', The Old Vic
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"Stuke is a hoot. He has a touch of Danny DeVito with a Jack Nicholson thatch".
Daily Mail







'Frankie & Johnny...', Minerva Theatre Chichester
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"...his performance will have everyone talking at BAFTA".
- Daily Express

Silk series 3
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"Mr. Stuke gives him (Billy Lamb) a smooth, restrained theatricality".
The New York Times

Silk series 3
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3 SERIES, BBC TV

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"Neil Stuke: scarily Trumpesque".
New York Magazine

'Bull', Broadway, NYC

Jack Ryan

Jack Ryan Mood Music

Neil recently completed filming for season two of the hit Amazon Prime series Jack Ryan.
Created by Lost's Carlton Cuse and Prison Break's Graham Roland, the show is the fifth version of Tom Clancy's character to be released – and the first for TV – with John Krasinski stepping into the shoes of Alec Baldwin, Harrison Ford, Ben Affleck and Chris Pine to play the CIA analyst. Neil plays MI5 agent Jeremy Bright.

Image - Neil as Jeremy Bright and Noomi Rapace as Harriet “Harry” Baumann. ©BackGrid

Jack Ryan - season one.

Mood Music

Mood Music

Neil was recently in this critically acclaimed new play at The Old Vic, written by Joe Penhall and directed by Roger Michell. Set in a top London recording studio where Cat (Seána Kerslake), a young songwriter, her producer Bernard (Ben Chaplin), their lawyers and psychotherapists go to battle over who owns a hit song. 
Neil played Seymour. The Old Vic

Silent Witness

Porters

Neil recently starred in this primetime hit BBC One show, the longest running crime drama currently airing on TV anywhere in the world. Silent Witness follows a team of forensic pathologists helping police solve murders using clues found on the bodies of victims. Silent Witness stars Emilia Fox, Richard Lintern, David Caves and Liz Carr. This series features five new thrilling two-part contemporary stories set among the familiar landscapes of London.

Neil plays DI Laurence Cooke.

Watch on BBC iPlayer

Doctor Foster

Doctor Foster

BBC One's Doctor Foster is set to return for a third series following success at the National Television Awards. The series won Best Drama and Best Drama Performance for lead Suranne Jones.
Neil plays Chris Parks, a local entrepreneur who runs a chain of restaurants with his wife.

 

Porters

Porters

Neil recently starred in Dave's brand new and exclusive comedy, with guest star Kelsey Grammer. Deluded Simon Porter, dreams of becoming a doctor - but he has to start from the bottom and be a porter. His plan? Work his way up to be the best porter the NHS has ever seen.

Series 1 Dave

High and Dry

High and Dry

Neil recently completed filming a new comedy series for E4.
Written by Marc Wootton (Drunk History) High & Dry centres around survivors of a plane crash who have washed up on a remote island in the Pacific. Led by overbearing, sociopath air steward Brett Sullivan, also self-proclaimed “King of the Island”, the survivors assemble together in the belief they are each other’s best chance of survival, or so they think…. will people show their true colours when survival instincts kick in and will they ever stand a chance of being rescued?

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Midsomer Murders

telegraph

Neil recently completed filming for a new series of Midsomer Murders on ITV. More soon.

 

Midsomer Murders.

Silent Witness

telegraph

Neil returns as DI Laurence Cooke in the new series of Silent Witness.

Filming begins October/November 2017.

 

Silent Witness

Telegraph

telegraph

"We have our childrens money in a wine fund"

Read the full Daily Telegraph interview here:

 

Daily Telegraph interview.

Doctor Foster

Doctor Foster

BAFTA's 2016

Suranne Jones receives a Leading Actress nomination for Doctor Foster; the drama also receives a nomination for Mini-Series.

BAFTA

The BBC recently confirmed that Dr Foster will return for a second series.