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Tony is a versatile English actor, whose career spans, television film and theatre. He trained at the Royal Welsh College and in his graduation year was awarded the speech prize and represented the college at the William Poel Festival.


'Tony Wadham's, MacMurphy rolls in like a massive cockney wrecking ball, inspiring his fellow patients with anti-authoritarian audacity in the face of Miss Ratchet's tyranny. Wadham's performance is electrifying, bringing an infectious energy to the roll' 


'Tony Wadham, makes his character eminently human and credible and above all makes us understand the ambiguity, that by wanting to give them back their freedom, he hurts them deeply'


'The piece is a drum beating dance, triggering laughs, embarrasement and exultation.

Where MacMurphy (the brilliant Tony Wadham) leads the sick to diobedience and rebellion, only to discover too late that a psychiatric hospital is a penitentiary'


He  played Pete Preston in Channel 4's cult comedy Peep Show and Charlie Ward in several episodes of  ITV primetime cop show the The Bill. He was a core of the Mappa Mundi Theatre Group and his roles included, Andronicus, Sir andrew Aguecheek and Touchstone.

Feature films, include Puritan, The Late Twentieth, The Refuge, Plato's Breaking Point and Lost Dogs and he plays a central role in Asitha Ameresekere's, Bafta nominated short film, 14. He is a member of Footsbarn Travelling Theatre and has played R.P MacMurphy, in one Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, Oberon and Flute in a Midsummer Nights Dream and Pan and The Old Woman, in The Crock Of Gold.

He played Old Major and Boxer in the TNT/ADGE & Theatre Du Heron, production of Animal Farm, which won best adaptation at the 2023 London Pub Theatre Awards and is soon to be seen in Ruth. A four part dramatisation of the Ruth Ellis story on ITV, which stars Lucy Boynton and Toby Jones; playing Ruth Ellis's father,  Arthur Neilson. Later in the year he will be returning to the roles of Old Major and Boxer for an Orwell double bill at The Golden Goose and after that he will be playing the part of Leo, at The White Bear Kennington; in Carole Frechett's dark absurdist comedy, Seven Days in the Life of Simon Labrosse.

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