Clive Brunt

Clive Charles Arthur Brunt (born 27 January 1972, Oldbury, West Midlands), is an English actor.

Brunt is the eldest of 2 sons. From an early age, he demonstrated an aptitude for acting. As a youth he was affiliated to the Oldbury Rep theatre and at the age of 16 attained a place at the National Youth Theatre, where his contemporaries were Daniel Craig, David Walliams and Matt Lucas. He became a professional actor in 1993.

Notable performances are in BAFTA-award-winning Dunkirk Dunkirk (TV series) as Private Alf Tombs (2004), Daniel Kramer's Woyzeck at The Gate theatre as The Sergeant (2005) and later reprising the role at St Ann's Warehouse, New York, 2006 with Edward Hogg, David Harewood and Roger Evans.

He has worked extensively on British TV, including popular soaps, The Bill, Doctors and Coronation Street.[1]

He stars with Beth Winslet in Phil Dale's short film 'Tree'.

Brunt stars in the feature film 'Snow in Paradise', which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in the Un certain regard category, 2014 and is on general release.

His most recent motion picture, The Legend of Tarzan, starring Alexander Skarsgård and Samuel L. Jackson, was released in 2016. His The Limehouse Golem will also be on general release in 2016.

Londongrad (2015) a Russian drama addressing the rise of the oligarch and based on the book of the same name is also due for release in both Russia and the uk.

Brunt lives in the West Midlands with his wife Louise, and their two young children. He is represented by Burnett Crowther


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