Richard Trinder is a professional British actor born in 1968. He is perhaps best known for the role of Augustus Rockwood in the acclaimed Harry Potter movies - The Order Of The Phoenix and The Deathly Hallows: Part 2. Many of you may remember him as one of the Death Eaters. He received training at The Poor School, and since May 2013 has been a regular part of West End’s theatre scene, portraying Sam Carmichael in Mamma Mia! London.
His other stage credits include King in From A Jack To A King at the Attic Theatre, Benvolio in Romeo And Juliet at the Sheffield Crucible, Lord Brocklehurst in Admirable Crichton at the Chichester Festival Theatre, Dandini in Soul Cinderella at Theatre Clwyd, Burgundy in King Lear at the Almeida Theatre, Cornwall/Thomas in Lear at the Sheffield Crucible, Gruber in As You Desire Me at Playhouse Theatre London, and Ligniere in Cyrano De Bergerac at the Chichester Festival Theatre (2009), and Vince in Way Upstream at the Salisbury Playhouse.
He played Financial Advisor in Thorne: Scaredycat by 87 Films, Paul in the feature film The Agent, Tim Hunter in the feature film Toll by Halflife Films, Lieutenant Lewis in Kon Tiki by Nordisk Film (2012), and Barrister in You Want Me To Kill Him, among others.
Richard appeared as Captain Harcourt in BBC’s Doctor Who (2011) and again as Captain Harcourt in 2011, Jack Dempsey in Channel 4’s And The Beat Goes On, PC Davies in Carlton Television’s Whizzwig, David Barwood in Midsomer Murders, Lord Dudley in Channel 4’s Elizabeth, McConnell in Carlton Television’s The Brief, Matt Stone in Thames Television’s The Bill, Robert in BBC TV’s Betrayal, Peter Cave Bentley Productions’ Midsomer Murders, Brian Cooper in BBC’s Casualty, and David Mann in ITV’s Losing It.