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George Asprey

George Asprey, born in London on 1st October 1996 is a famous actor, renowned for his roles in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, The Wedding Date, and The Gentleman.



He trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA).


Among his theatre credits is Rusty Charlie in Guys & Dolls at the Birmingham Rep; Young Scrooge in Scrooge! at the Birmingham Rep; Rolf in The Sound of Music at the No1 Tour and Sadler’s Wells; Darcy in Pride & Prejudice at The Good Company; Rodolpho in A View from the Bridge at the Leicester Haymarket; Elyot Chase in Private Laws at the English Theatre, Frankfurt; the title role in Dick Barton at The Warehouse; Vernon Gersch in They’re Playing Our Song at the English Theatre, Frankfurt; Gerry Jerningham in The Good Companions at Wolsey, Ipswich; Billy Flynn in Chicago at Live Nation; Scar in The Lion King in the West End.


Asprey’s film credits include Officer in Frankenstein (Columbia Tristar); Lord Glendening in A.K.A (Third Rock Films); Matthew Van Huet in Out of Bounds (Enterprise Films); Pat in The Wedding Date (Gold Circle Films); Wilfred Reid in The Greatest Game Ever Played (Disney); Lord Snowball in The Gentlemen (Miramax); Denis Stewart in Without Remorse (Paramount Pictures).


He has also acted in numerous television shows. He played 2nd Lieutenant in A Breed of Heroes (BBC Screen One); Frank in The Peter Principle (Hat Trick Productions); Sean Devereux in The Dying of the Light (Yorkshire); Tom in An Independent Man (WitzEnd); Jeremy Wells in Coming Home (YTV); Barry Guard in Supply & Demand II (La Plante Productions); Andrew Stirling in The Bill (Thames); Jeremy in Nancherrow (Yorkshire); Andrew in Secrets & Lines (Channel 4); D.C. Hutchins in Trial & Retribution III (La Plante Productions); Simon Hargreaves in Holby City (BBC).