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Howard Gossington

Howard Gossington is a professional actor and voice artist experienced in theatre and television, having appeared in several shows. Recently, he played Phil Spector in the West End production of TINA: The Tina Turner Musical. He graduated from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in 2000.



Howard has worked extensively in theatre. He played Brindlsey Miller in Black Comedy at the Drayton Studio Theatre (2000); Lucifer, Covetousness in Dr Faustus at Man In The Moon, SW3 & Old Fire Station, Oxford (2000); Edward in Skylight at the Dukes Theatre, Lancaster (2001); Pvt Steve Flowers in Privates On Parade at the New Vic, Newcastle-under-Lyme (2001); Fag in The Rivals at the Salisbury Playhouse (2001); Kay, King Grin, Twitch in The Snow Queen at Chester Gateway (2001); Leon in Madame Bovary at the Northampton Royal Theatre and Tour (2002); Trevor in Hey, Get A Life! at Jermyn St Theatre (2002); Skinny Luke in Mojo at the Dukes Theatre, Lancaster (2002); Robin in Children Of The Wolf at the Dukes Theatre, Lancaster (2002); Gollum in The Hobbit in the No. 1 UK Tour (2003); James, Barty in Tom’s Midnight Garden in the No. 1 UK Tour (2003-04); Donald Duck in Blue Remembered at the Dukes Theatre (2005); Hitler Youth in And Then They Came For Me at the Lyric Hammersmith Studio (2005); Mistress Page in Merry Wives of Windsor (2005); Billy The Gardener in Sleeping Beauty at the Greenwich Theatre (2006); Wishie Washie in Aladdin at the Oxford Playhouse (2007).


His credits include Waiter in The Lawless Heart (2002); Pvt in the rifle brigade in Battle Plan: El Alamein (BBC, 2002); Trevor in The Basil Brush Show (BBC, 2003); Prince William and other roles in Spoof (BBC, 2006); Loafer in Hollyoaks Later (2009); Ted Wurkett in Downtown Abbey (ITV, 2011).