Ellis Jones

Last updated 09 January 2020

Ellis Jones
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Ellis Jones

Born: Monday 15th November 1943 (age: 80)


Ellis Jones is a British director and actor from Petersfield.. He became known for his role as a young apprentice named 'Hal Adden', in the 1970s children's comedy series Pardon My Genie

He went on to appear in many other television productions, such as "The Squirrels", "1914 All Out". "King Lear" and "Measure for Measure"  In recent years he has worked extensively in the field of actor training, and as a theatre director and producer.

Jones  was awarded an Arts Council director's bursary in 1984. In 1993 he joined the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art as Head of Acting, becoming the Academy's Vice-Principal in 1998, and Creative Director of RADA Enterprises in 2005.