Kenneth Jay
A native Canadian, Kenneth appeared in numerous Toronto fringe productions throughout the 70’s. A move to the UK in 1983 led to an extensive career that began with weekly rep at Frinton-on-Sea, and includes Love’s Labours Lost, Cricklewood Village; Who’s Afraid of Abbie Hoffmann, Edinburgh Festival; Adam’s Dream, Witness for the Prosecution, and Noises Off (national tours); A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Measure for Measure, A B and C Theatre Company; I Ought To Be In Pictures, Vienna English Theatre; The Imaginary Invalid, (European tour), Naked Justice, Birmingham Rep; The Odd Couple, Manchester Library; Problem Child, New End; Waiting for Godot, Pleasance Theatre London; Clara, Orange Tree; Cats Paw, Kings Head, Whistleblower: the Story of Edward Snowden, Waterloo East, It’s A Wonderful Life, Bridge House Theatre.
West End includes Indian Ink, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, and Cool Hand Luke as well as understudy roles in The Boys Next Door, Prisoner of Second Avenue, Enigmatic Variations, Up For Grabs, Hitchcock Blonde, Coyote on a Fence, Death of a Salesman, and A Round Heeled Woman.
Film and television includes Cousin Bette, The Bill, Emmerdale, Happy Birthday Shakespeare, Baddiel’s Syndrome, Hotel!, The Brooklyn Bridge, Hiroshima, Big Nothing, H G Wells: At War with the World, The Other Wife, and Woman in Gold.

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