Albert Clack is represented by Sheridan Fitzgerald Management









Albert Clack will be appearing as Owl in Winnie the Pooh at Datchworth Village Hall, Hertfordshire, Dec 18-20 & 28-30 (Signature Theatre UK).

Albert's previous stage roles have included: Mr Wardle & The Judge in The Pickwick Papers (UK tour), Canon Chasuble in The Importance of Being Earnest (award-winning Brighton Festival production), The Burglar in Heartbreak House, Barney Doran in John Bull's Other Island, Polonius & Gravedigger in Hamlet, Capulet in Romeo & Juliet, King Duncan in Macbeth, Northumberland in Henry IV Part 1, Chebutykin in Three Sisters, Sorin in The Seagull, Pantaloon in A Servant of Two Masters, Fauchelevent in Les Miserables, Major Pollock in Separate Tables, Lord Brockhurst in The Boy Friend, Simon Eyre in The Shoemakers' Holiday, Verloc & Heat in The Secret Agent, John Morton Bishop of Ely in Good King Richard, Mr Knox in Fanny's First Play, Aylott in A Month of Sundays, The Captain in Woyzeck, Harold in Tiresia, Bob in Little England, multiple roles in Farfetched Fables, Autumn Music and Florence Nightingale, and Professor Crackpot in Beauty & the Beast (panto).

HEIGHT: 5'6"

WEIGHT: 14st 3lb

BUILD: Overweight

EYES: Brown

HAIR: Grey, balding

SINGING: Baritone

Albert's normal voice is southeast England middle-class, but he grew up on a Brighton council estate and reverts naturally to his original working-class voice. He is also convincing in Yorkshire, West Country, Irish, and generic American accents. He speaks fluent Spanish and French. He used to speak good Russian, and although it is now very rusty, his Russian pronunciation remains excellent. He can speak English in authentic Spanish, French, Russian and German accents.


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Banner photograph by Edward Rumfitt.