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GeorgeIrving.co.uk is a site dedicated to the work of British actor George Irving. He is probably most well known for his portrayal of Anton Meyer in Holby City. However, he has made regular appearances on TV since the 1970’s and his first TV role in ‘When the Boat Comes in’ (1976).
Since then he has appeared in numerous classic series including The Sweeney, The Professionals, Dempsey and Makepeace and Bergerac. He has also had starring roles in Holby City, Dangerfield, The Best Man, Dalziel and Pascoe and the BAFTA nominated Wing and a Prayer.
More recently he has appeared in several theatre production including the 2006 touring production of The French Lieutenant’s Woman, Shining City, The Dying of Today, All My Sons, Ghosts, Landscape and starred in the opening production of the Bolton Octagon’s 2011-2012 season, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
George also recently appeared in Tyne at the Live Theatre in Newcastle as part of the Festival of the North East.
The BBC have finally released a DVD Box Set of Holby City series 1 and 2. The release comes in Finland, where the series is known as Holby City Sairaala or Holby City Hospital. The set contains all the episodes in the first two series of Holby City from 1999 and 2000...read more
After a sold-out premiere run in May and June 2016 Kenny Morgan is returning to The Arcola in September 2016. The critically-acclaimed new play is the latest drama by Mike Poulton. Set in London in 1949 the play focuses on the closely-guarded secret relationship...read more
George played the character of Mr Ritter in Mike's Poulton's Kenny Morgan at the Arcola Theatre in May and June 2016. Cast Matthew Bulgo - Dafyyd Lloyd Simon Dutton - Terry George Irving - Mr Ritter Paul Keating - Kenny Lowenna Melrose - Norma Pierro Niel-Mee - Alec...read more
George took to the stage in Buenos Aires in February 2016 in Anthony Unbound as part of the The VI Shakespeare Festival. Resources The VI Shakespeare Festival was launched in Buenos Airesread more
After Julius Caesar in 2014 George returned to The Globe Theatre in 2015 to play Agamemnon/Apollo in The Oresteia. Resources Cast Announced for The Oresteia at The Globe Theatre 2015 The Oresteia at The Globeread more
2014 saw George starting in the title role of The Globe Theatre's production of Julius Caesar. Resources The Globe Theatre's Julius Caesar 2014 Julius Caesar - The Globe Theatre Reviews What's On Stage - 3 July 2014 Julius Caesar, Shakespeare's Globe - 4 July 2014 The...read more
New upcoming TV project added 21st December 2013 George is narrating The Taste, a new 10 part Channel 4 series starring Nigella Lawson, Anthony Bourdain and Ludo Lefebvre. The series starts on 7th January 2014 at 9pm and continues at the same time each week with each...read more
New upcoming TV appearance added 1st December 2012Updated 22 July 2013 George is to star in the opening two episodes of Series 10 of New Tricks in 2013. In the midst of several high profile cast changes in the upcoming series of New Tricks with the departure of both...read more
New theatre appearance added 24th May 2013 George is to star in Tyne, by Michael Chaplin, at the Live Theatre in Newcastle upon Tyne in June and July 2013. Tyne is based on the work Tyne View. Tyne View follows the July 2011 journey of four Tynesiders, Michael...read more
George starred in Gibraltar by Alastair Brett with Siân Evans at The Arcola Theatre between 27 March 2013 and 20 April 2013. The play is based on the 1988 highly contentious shooting of three unarmed Provisional IRA terrorists by the SAS in Gibraltar. Gibraltar...read more