Chris Sheridan

  • Actor
    Male / London
  • Ethnicity
    Caucasian
    Age Range
    25 - 35
    Height
    5' 10" (1m 78cm)
    Weight
    11st. 14lb (76kg)
    Hair Colour
    Red
    Eye Colour
    Blue
    Build
    Slim
  • Files

    • video file (mp4)
  • Links

    Personal Website
    website
    IMDB
    IMDB
    Twitter
    twitter
    Spotlight Member
    yes

Reviews

YearReviewPublication
2017Chris Sheridan, who you'll recognise from previous seasons is back, delivering another stylish performance as Sheila's bit on the side.
Kevin Castle
kevcastletheatrereviews.blogspot.co.uk
2017Chris Sheridan is a welcome returnee as Sheila’s old flame Max;
Alan Geary
nottinghampost.com
2017Chris Sheridan portrays Max; His charm and depth of feeling for Sheila give him an engaging appearance.
Steve Orme
britishtheatreguide.info
2017It is not only cleverly written but the timing and drama is executed to perfection. Highly recommended!
Louise Edwards
whatsgoodtodo.co.uk
2017It’s outstanding.
Alan Geary
nottinghampost.com
2015Chris Sheridan gives a brilliant performance, not only as Hall but also as Hall’s wife, coach, various teammates, parents and lover. He moves smoothly between roles, switching accents and physicality, changing the look in his eyes.
Laura Macdougall
http
2015 Chris’ engagement with the audience and fully consummate presentation of the roles made this a captivating and compelling performance to watch. This striking and winning production is definitely worth a watch.
Isla VT
http
2015a match-winning performance as the troubled Hall. He’s forceful, often aggressive, yet in a single gesture or a poignant aside can reveal the hurt underpinning the bravado. He switches convincingly into other roles, including a delicately-balanced portrayal
Richard Stamp
http
2015a heartfelt and moving play boasting an absolutely towering performance.
John Stapley
http
2015Once we’d had time to mull it over we spent the rest of our journey discussing what rating we thought the play deserved. Between us we couldn’t think of anything that the writer Richard D Sheridan, director Charlotte Chinn or that Chris Sheridan could have done better so decided it had to be five stars.
Kate Woolgrove
http

Credits

YearRole / TypeName of Production / DirectorCompany / Venue
2018Richard Brightwell
Theatre
The Signalman
Karen Henson
Rumpus Theatre company
Lincoln Theatre Royal
2018Martin Dawson
Theatre
Weekend Breaks
John Goodrum
Tabs Productions
The Pomegranate Theatre
2018Gavin Smith
Theatre (Tour)
Caught in the Net
John Goodrum
Rumpus Theatre company
Theatre Royal, Windsor; The Haymarket, Basingstoke; The Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield.
2017 - 2018Buttons
Theatre
Cinderella
David Kemp
DK proDuKtions
The Compass Theatre
2017Robert Caplan
Theatre
Dangerous Corner
Karen Henson
Tabs Productions
Nottingham Playhouse
2017Joseph Greene
Film (Short)
What Would You Do?
Jordan Pitt
One Umbrella Productions
2017Pete
Film (Short)
Love Lies
Lucy Linger Moore
Linger Longer Films
2017Max Halliday
Theatre
Dial M For Murder
Karen Henson
Tabs Productions
Nottingham Playhouse
2017Edward
Film (Feature)
Here Be Dragons
Ben Rider
BR Productions and Riding High Pictures
2017Footballer
Film (Short)
Sunday, Sunday
Lewis Arnold
My Accomplice
2016 - 2017Idle Jack
Theatre
Dick Whittington
David Kemp
DK proDuKtions
The Compass Theatre
2016Alan
Theatre
Sign of the Times
Karen Henson
Rumpus Theatre company
Middlesbrough Theatre
2016Geoff
Theatre
Bedside Manners
John Goodrum
Rumpus Theatre company
Pomegranate Theatre
2015 - 2016Jack
Theatre
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Karen Edwards
DK proDuKtions
The Compass Theatre
2015George Rudd
Theatre (Tour)
Murder with Love
Patric Kearns
Talking Scarlet
Blackpool Grand Theatre
2015Charles Murdock
Theatre
The Ghost Train
Patric Kearns
Talking Scarlet
Dundee Rep Thatre, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Swansea Grand Theatre.
2014 - 2015Chester the Jester
Theatre
Sleeping Beauty
Karen Edwards
DK proDuKtions
The Compass Theatre
2014Joey
Theatre (Tour)
In Praise of Love
Patric Kearns
Talking Scarlet
2014Billy
Theatre (Tour)
The Devil at Midnight
Patric Kearns
Talking Scarlet
2014George
Theatre (Tour)
Lest We Forget
Liz Mance
Mance Productions
2014Jimmy Hall
Theatre (Tour)
Odd Shaped Balls
Charlotte Chinn
Miller Theatre Productions
2013 - 2014Beast
Theatre
Beauty and the Beast
Harriet Hardie
Full House Theatre Company
Luton Library Theatre
2013Edward Bare
Theatre
Murder Mistaken
Adrian Lloyd James
Theatre Royal, Nottingham / Tabs Productions
Nottingham Theatre Royal
2013Alan Kyle
Theatre
The Gentle Hook
Jeremy Lloyd Thomas
Theatre Royal, Nottingham / Tabs Productions
Nottingham Theatre Royal
2013Marty Stone
Theatre
Murder Live!
Mary Elliot Nelson
Theatre Royal, Nottingham / Tabs Productions
Nottingham Theatre Royal
2013Charlie Conlon
Theatre
Stones in his Pockets
Patric Kearns
Talking Scarlet
The Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield
2013Andy Flewin
Theatre
Shock!
David Gilbrook
Tabs Productions
The Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield
2012Jack Hamilton
Film (Feature)
The Death of Jack Hamilton
Jamie Anderson
Soul Tribe Productions
2012Andy Flewin
Theatre
Shock!
David Gilbrook
Tabs Productions
Nottingham Theatre Royal
2012Henry Clerval
Theatre
Frankenstein
Nicholas Briggs
Tabs Productions
Nottingham Theatre Royal
2012Ronnie Sheldon
Theatre
The Small Hours
Patric Kearns
Tabs Productions
Nottingham Theatre Royal
2012Roger Dashwell
Theatre
Whodunnit
Adrian Lloyd James
Tabs Productions
Nottingham Theatre Royal
2012Henry Pulling
Theatre (Tour)
Travels with my Aunt
Karen Henson
Tabs Productions
UK Tour
2012Squadron Leader Roger (Stiffy) Allwright
Theatre
Death by Fatal Murder
Adrian Lloyd James
Tabs Productions
Nottingham Theatre Royal
2012Bill
Theatre
Funny Money
John Goodrum
Rumpus Theatre company
The Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield
2012Eduardo
Theatre (Tour)
Silly Cow
Patric Kearns
Talking Scarlet
UK Tour
2012Andy
Theatre
Haunting Julia
Adrian Lloyd James
Tabs Productions
The Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield
2012Tony
Theatre
Cider with Rosie
John Goodrum
Rumpus Theatre company
The Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield
2011Nock the Gnome
Theatre (Tour)
Little Red Riding Hood
Elizabeth Mance
Mance Productions
2011Steve/Mark
TIE
The Sex Factor
Lisa Schulberg
Tip of the Iceberg
2011Charles Bruno
Theatre
Strangers on a Train
Nicholas Briggs
Tabs Productions
Nottingham Theatre Royal
2011Squadron Leader Roger (Stiffy) Allwright
Theatre
Death by Fatal Murder
Patric Kearns
Tabs Productions
Nottingham Theatre Royal
2011Alan Wells
Theatre
Sweet Revenge
Adrian Lloyd James
Tabs Productions
Nottingham Theatre Royal
2011Kevin Ollerenshawe
Theatre
Fur Coat & No Knickers
Adrian Lloyd James
Colin McIntyre Productions/ Tabs Productions
Nottingham Theatre Royal
2011Chief Weasel
Theatre (Tour)
The Wind in the Willows
Patric Kearns
Talking Scarlet
UK Tour
2011Sloane
Theatre
Entertaining Mr Sloane
Adrian Lloyd James
Tabs Productions
The Pomegranate Theatre
2011Tristam
Theatre
Taking Steps
Karen Henson
Tabs Productions
The Pomegranate Theatre
2011Ensemble
Theatre
Equus
Patric Kearns
Talking Scarlet
The Pomegranate Theatre
2011Leonard
Theatre
Wife Begins at 40
John Goodrum
Rumpus Theatre company
The Pomegranate Theatre
2010Buttons
Theatre (Tour)
Cinders & Buttons
Dean Giltinan
Pyramid Pantomimes
2010Romeo
Theatre
Romeo & Juliet
Karen Henson
Tabs Productions
The Pomegranate Theatre
2010Macbeth
Theatre
Macbeth
Isobel Henderson
Guerilla Shakespeare
Baron's Court Theatre
2010Sharkey
Theatre
In His Image
Kelly Wilkinson
Heat and Light
Hampstead Theatre
2010Edward
Film (Short)
The Strawberry Tarts
Charlene Weston
Timeless Beauties
Rochester
2010Oliver
Film (Short)
Message In A Bottle
Jamie Reeder
JKR Films
2010Malaki
Film (Short)
Magick
Jade Yaxley
Jade Yaxley
2010Adam
Film (Short)
Nothing NewNik Jewell
2009Adrian
Theatre
Eating Ice-Cream on Gaza Beach
Anna Niland
National Youth Theatre
Soho Theatre
2009Posthumus
Theatre
Cymbeline
Brendan O'Hea
National Youth Theatre
The Arts Theatre
2009Brendan Bracken
Film (Docu)
Brendan Bracken - Churchill's Supreme Fantasist
Adrian Bracken
Marbella Productions
2009Francis
Film (Short)
BarricadeBen Harley
2009Kieran
Online / Digital
Casino 52
Martin Stirling
National Youth Theatre
2009Gary
Film (Short)
An Inconvinient TruthKamil Chryscionka
2009Tom
Film (Short)
Laces
David Moss
The Jolly Milkman
2009Various
Theatre
Bedtime Stories
David Moss
The Jolly Milkman
C- Cubed Edinburgh Fringe Festival
2009Phil
Theatre
D.N.A
Vivian Munn
RADA Foundation
R.A.D.A
2009Mark
Theatre
In The Shadow of the City
Andrew Tidmarsh
RADA Foundation
R.A.D.A
2009Adrian
Theatre
Eloquent Protest III - Eating Ice Cream on Gaza Beach (edited extract)
Shelley Silas
Eloquent Protest III
Trafalgar Studios
2008Ryan
Rehearsed Reading
London LiteNational Youth Theatre
Soho Theatre
2008Simonides/Thaliard
Theatre
Pericles, Prince of Tyre
Nick Hutchinson
RADA Foundation
R.A.D.A
2008Hippolytus
Theatre
Phaedra's Love
Charlotte Stevens
Lakeside Theatre
Lakeside Theatre, Colchester
2008Talthybius
Theatre
The Trojan Women
Mona Barbara
Lakeside Theatre
Lakeside Theatre, Colchester
2007Todd
Theatre
Far Away
Steve Goatman
Lakeside Theatre
Lakeside Theatre, Colchester
2007Giovanni
Theatre
Can't Pay, Won't Pay
Laura Hammond
Lakeside Theatre
Lakeside Theatre, Colchester
2007Various
Theatre
A Night with David Ives
Jane Patton
Lakeside Theatre
Lakeside Theatre, Colchester
  • Education

    YearQualificationWhere
    20091 Year ActingRoyal Academy of Dramatic Art
    2008BA (Hons) Drama and LiteratureUniversity Of Essex

    Additional Information

    REVIEWS:

    "Chris Sheridan is a real discovery for Tabs. In his capable hands manipulative Mr Sloane is cocky, a tad sinister, completely self-contained and more than a little dangerous: no doubt exactly as the playwright intended."

    Entertaining Mr Sloane, Tabs Productions.

    Lynne Patrick, Derbyshire Times, 11th May 2012.

    "Sheridan was excellent as the creepy and menacing Charles Bruno. A young man still attached to his mother's apron strings, his desperation for companionship and his misunderstanding of the world is apparent throughout his performance. Astounding energy from start to finish, by the end Sheridan looked both pleased with the show but also relieved it was over."

    Francoise Bonner, www.leftlion.co.uk/articles.cfm/title/strangers-on-a-train/id/3870

    "Chris Sheridan, who's in his first Classic Thriller Season, gives a stunning performance as obsessional Bruno. He initially seems to be merely an opportunist but later talks about 'the wonder of death'. He's on the verge of insanity when he writes to Haines insisting that the stranger kills Haines' father and Sheridan is so convincing when he's suffering from alcoholism that I thought the curtain would come down and someone would call 'is there a doctor in the house?'"

    Steve Orme, www.britishtheatreguide.info/reviews/strangerstrainnott-rev.htm

    "Chris Sheridan, as Charles, and Sam Clemens, playing Guy Haines, bounced off each other brilliantly as the plot developed. The creeping and ugly character of Charles came to the fore and Chris was utterly convincing as a pariah of the first order."

    www.thisisderbyshire.co.uk/excellent-production-celebrate/story-13207079-detail/story.html

    "Some of the most chilling yet toe-curling encounters are between Charles Bruno and his mother Elsa Bruno. The former is played by Chris Sheridan, who captures superbly the crazed obsessiveness of his man; Karen Henson is his ever-loving Mommy, willing Charles into an unspoken Oedipal relationship."

    Alan Geary

    www.reviewsgate.com/index.php?name=News&file=article&sid=5802

    "Chris Sheridan is a passionately youthful delight as Romeo"

    Romeo & Juliet, Tabs Productions.

    Lynne Patrick, Derbyshire Times, October 21st 2010.

    "Confusion does result from various notes and wrong beds, and best of all a junior solicitor called Tristram (Chris Sheridan, a real find for Tabs) with a genius for mangling both life and language"

    Taking Steps, Tabs Productions.

    Lynne Patrick, Derbyshire Times, February 3 2011.

    "For me the evenings stars are John Hester as George's forgetful dad and Chris Sheridan as the most un-teenager like 16 year old I've ever encountered. The large first-night audience hardly stopped laughing."

    Wife Begins at 40, Rumpus Theatre Co.

    Lynne Patrick, Derbyshire Times, March 3rd 2011.

    About me

    RADA t& NYT trained. Extensive experience in repertory and touring theatre. Recent experience primarily in film and commercial.

  • Skills

    Skin Colour
    • White
    Accents (International)
    • Irish
    Experienced In
    • Film (Student)
    • Rehearsed Readings
    • Theatre (Fringe)
    • Theatre (Professional)
    Interested in
    • Commercials
    • Corporate
    • Film (Professional)
    • Film (Student)
    • Modelling
    • Music Videos
    • Panto
    • Presenting
    • Radio
    • Rehearsed Readings
    • Teaching Theatre
    • Theatre (Fringe)
    • Theatre (Professional)
    • Theatre (Touring)
    • TIE/TYA
    • TV
    • Voice Over
    Accents (UK)
    • Cockney
    • Essex
    • London
    • RP
    Accents (North American)
    • New York City
    Hair Length
    • Short
    Specific Singing Skills
    • Tenor
    Perform nude?
    • Only Professionally
    Organisation Memberships
    • Equity
    Stage Combat Skills
    • No
    Driving Licences
    • Standard
    General Singing Skills
    • Solo
    Native accent
    • English
    DBS checked
    • Yes
    Character Types
    • Athletic
    • Free-spirited
    • Mischievous
    • Professional
    • Villainous