Ken Bones

Last updated 21 August 2014

Ken Bones
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Ken Bones

Eamonn Bedford (Agency)

Ken Bones trained at RADA between 1971-73, winning the Honours Diploma, the Ronson Prize, the Kendal Award, the Poel Prize and John Barton Prize. After completing his training, his first professional stage role was as Roy in The Odd Couple at Crewe in January 1974. He then went on to work with the Prospect Theatre Company, the Marlowe Theatre, Southern Exchange Theatre Company and a number of others, and is now a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Recent work has included playing Reverend Brown in Inherit The Wind at the Old Vic (alongside Kevin Spacey).

On television he has played roles in Bergerac, London's Burning, Crime Traveller, In Deep, Spooks, Casualty and Heartbeat, and appeared in films such as Cut-throat Island and Troy. Recent work includes William Chase in Holby City, Wallace Sherwin in The Hour, Lord Halifax in Upstairs, Downstairs, "The Jew" in Da Vinci's Demons, and Melas in the 2013 BBC Wales series Atlantis.