Gavin Spokes

Gavin Spokes is an English actor and producer. He is probably best known for the 2012 drama She Stoops to Conquer, Utopia (2013) and Warrior Kings (2002). He is a skilled Baritone and Tenor and has immense love for Rugby, Cricket, Swimming and Stage Combat. Gavin has a successful career in not only film but also television and theatre.

 

Awards:

For his astounding performance as Nicely Nicely Johnson in Guys and Dolls, Gavin was nominated for a 2016 Olivier Award.

Training:

He attended the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) for his acting training.

Theatre:

His credits in theatre include him playing Francis Henshall in One Man Two Guvnors! at the National Theatre; Parsons in Nineteen Eighty Four at the Headlong Theatre; Nicely Nicely Johnson in Guys and Dolls at the Savoy Theatre (2015); Dame Nanny Nora in Sleeping Beauty at the Hackney Empire; Enoch Snow in the English National Opera production of Carousel; Truck Driver in Against at the Almeida Theatre (2017); Charles Ingram in Quiz at the Chichester Festival Theatre (2018); Harry in Elliot & Harper Productions’ Company (2018); DI Hyatt in A very Expensive Poison at the Old Vic; King George in Hamilton at the Cameron Mackintosh.

Film:

Gavin has worked in Paul Weiland’s Made of Honour (Sony/Colombia Pictures) as Jimmy (football fan) and Wladyslaw Pasikowski’s The Courier (Scorpio SP Z.O.O) as Savoy Waiter.

TV:

He is also popular in the television industry and has been part of many highly grossing shows such as Hollyoaks (Lime Pictures) as Greg; Utopia (Kudos/Channel 4) as Large Man; Obsessed (October Films for Discovery ID) as John Cruickshank; Holby City (BBC) as Peter Eastoe; Will (TNC) as Heavy; Man Down (Avalon) as Winston Churchill; Brexit (House Productions for Channel 4) as Andrew Cooper; Hitme (SKY) as Weapons Guy; Casualty (BBC) as Nick Thorne.