Ross Gurney-Randall

Last updated 09 January 2020

Ross Gurney-Randall
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Ross Alexander Churchill Gurney-Randall

Born: Saturday 4th December 1965 (age: 58)


Ross Gurney-Randall was born in North London in 1965 and became a professional actor in 1994 and, later, a playwright. Theatre includes Mussolini: A One-Man Political Farce (RGR Edinburgh 2010), Follow Me (Guy Masterson & TTI Edinburgh 2007 – Winner: Herald Angel and Brighton Fringe Award) and Goering’s Defence (Guy Masterson – TTI, Edinburgh 2002), all of which he co-wrote. Other theatre includes A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Festival Shakespeare Co), Hamlet (Edinburgh ’96 & national tour, Vital Theatre), Moonlight Over India (Komedia Theatre) and The Greatest Hits of British History (National tour for Brighton Theatre Events). 

Comedy includes performances with The Ornate Johnsons, and he is a regular performer in The Treason Show.

TV appearances include Kavanagh QC, The Bill, London’s Burning, The Missing Postman, 2.4 Children, Doctors, Chucklevision, and Crimewatch. Films include Honest and The Big Game.

In 2011′s Brighton Festival and Fringe he won The Latest 7 Award for Best Male Performer for his role as Shirley Crabtree in Big Daddy Vs. Giant Haystacks.

Biography compiled with thanks to Foundry Group.