Charles Armstrong


Charles Armstrong

Charles Armstrong
Charles is currently appearing in IT'S A SIN on Channel 4. He will also be appearing as Mr Bannister across two episodes of THE IRREGULARS, which is due for release later this year on Netflix.



Height: 5ft 9

Hair: Light brown

Eyes: Brown

Native: RP*


Name: Amy Ireson

Tel: 0207 831 4450

Email: [email protected]

Location: London


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2019, Stage, Murmygan, Lazyeye, Arts Theatre, West End, Claire Evans

2018, Stage, Yvan, Art, Vienna's English Theatre, Sean Aita

2017, Stage, Douglas Smith, Horne a Plenty, White Bear Theatre, Michael Kingsbury

2017, Stage, BBC Announcer, The Men From The Ministry, White Bear, Michael Kingsbury

2016, Stage, Tony Manning, Happy to Help, Park Theatre, Roxy Cook

2015, Stage, Professor Kirk, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, Birmingham Repertory Company, Tessa Walker

2015, Stage, Macduff/Duncan/Murderer/Witch, Macbeth, Actors From The London Stage

2013, Stage, Claudius/Ghost, Hamlet, Actors From The London Stage

2013, Stage, Myers, Witness For The Prosecution, Vienna's English Theatre, Philip Dart

2012, Stage, Sidney Webb, Engaging Shaw, Vienna's English Theatre, Andrew Hall

2010, Stage, Douglas Smith, Stop Messing About No 1 Tour, Mark Goucher Ltd, Michael Kingsbury

2009, Stage, Douglas Smith, Stop Messing About, Leicester Square Theatre, Michael Kingsbury

2007, Stage, Dominic, Wake Up And Smell The Coffee, New End Theatre, Ninon Jerome

2005, Stage, Douglas Smith, Round The Horne Revisited, No 1 Tour, Michael Kingsbury

2004, Stage, Douglas Smith, Round The Horne Revisited, The Venue, West End, Michael Kingsbury

2002, Stage, Curley, Of Mice And Men, Harrogate Theatre, Rob Swain

2002, Stage, Cassio, Othello, Theatre Unlimited, Chris Geelan

2001, Stage, Simon Bliss, Hayfever, Jersey Opera House, Ian Dickens

2001, Stage, Jack Favell, Rebecca, No 1 Tour, Ian Dickens

2000, Stage, Walter Hargrave, Tenant of Wildfell Hall, Salisbury Playhouse Theatre, Natalie Wilson

2000, Stage, Sam Henderson, Wait Until Dark, Northampton Theatre Royal, David Grindley

1999, Stage, Thomas Trout, Bless The Bride, King's Head Theatre, Martin Charnin

1995, Stage, Christopher Wren, The Mousetrap, English Speaking Theatre, Ian Watt-Smith

1994, Stage, Panthino/Outlaw, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Royal Shakespeare Company, David Thacker

1993, Stage, Count De La Roche, The Soldiers, National Theatre Studio, Bill Gaskill

1993, Stage, Mr Mortimer, Trelawny Of The Wells, Royal National Theatre, John Caird

1992, Stage, Sebastian, Twelfth Night, Bill Kenwright Ltd, Gillian Diamond

2019, Television, Mr Bannister, The Irregulars, Netflix, Joss Agnew

2019, Television, Vicar, It's A Sin, Channel 4, Peter Hoar

2019, Television, England Rep, The First Team, BBC2, Damon Beesley/Iain Morris

2019, Television, Parker, The English Game, Netflix, Birgitte Staermose

2019, Television, Economics Editor, Years and Years, BBC TV, Simon Cellan Jones

2018, Television, Johnson, Temple, Sky One, Luke Snellin

2017, Television, Barry, Casualty, BBC TV, Julie Edwards

2016, Television, Croupier, The Halcyon, ITV, Stephen Woolfenden

2015, Television, The Government Minister, Tokyo Trial, Netflix/NHK/FATT, Pieter Verhoeff & Rob King

2015, Television, Seymour Heller, Autopsy, ITV Films, Adam Warner

2014, Television, Mr Carter - Consultant, Call The Midwife, BBC TV, Darcia Martin

2014, Television, Professor Lewis Harper, Doctors, BBC TV, Adrian Bean

2013, Television, Clerk of the Court, Father Brown, BBC Television, Matt Carter

2012, Television, Keith, EastEnders, BBC TV, Karl Neilson

2012, Television, Clark Hammond, That's English!, Highwood Productions, Andrew Morgan

2010, Television, Martin Cleary, Holby City, BBC Television, Sarah O'Gorman

2008, Television, Mr Frobisher, Scoop, BBC Television, Jack Jameson

2006, Television, Rodney, Strictly Chuckle, BBC Television, Sasha Ransom

2005, Television, Douglas Smith, Round The Horne Revisited, BBC2 Television, Nick Wood

2001, Television, Rev Peter, Eastenders, BBC Television

2000, Television, Howard Booth, Futurecast, Channel 4, Bryn Higgins

1998, Television, Dr Taylor, Hello Girls, BBC Television, Dermot Boyd

1992, Television, Barton Barchester-James, Head Over Heels, Carnival Films, Christopher King

1992, Television, Golf Club Receptionist, Poirot, London Weekend Television, John Bruce

2018, Feature Film, Mr Anderson, Rocketman, Paramount Pictures, Dexter Fletcher

2011, Film, Dan, Dan The Man, Cold Red Films, Georg Schmidt

2011, Film, Patrick Graves MP, Night Lives, Xanadu Productions, Daniel York

2009, Feature Film, BBC Head Technician, The King's Speech, Momentum Pictures/Weinstein Company, Tom Hooper

2008, Film, The Vet, Comedybox Sketch, McKeown-Devita Productions, Josh Blaaberg

2008, Film, Doctor, Compensation, 3883 Productions, Sanjeev Sankhalpara

2008, Film, Dad, My Father, Comedybox Sketch, Mckeown-Devita Productions, Paul Mckeown

2008, Film, Dr Bradford, The Pharmacist, Texture Films, Patrick Von Boetticher

2008, Film, Consultant Psychiatrist, The Spell, Carey Film, Owen Carey Jones

2005, Film, Martin, On The Other Hand, Leverton Films, Murray Buesst

2003, Film, John Flemyng, The Ultimate Truth, Wysiwyg Films, Nick Clark

2000, Film, John Wilson, Navigators, Ken Loach