Steven Pacey's Credits

Last updated: April 3, 2006

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Stage:

THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON  [1988], as Lord Brocklehurst, Theatre Royal, Haymarket

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS  [1990-91], as Phileas Fogg, Liverpool Playhouse

ARSENIC AND OLD LACE  [1994], as Mortimer Brewster, national tour (Tom Baker was also in this play.)

THE BIRTHDAY PARTY  [20 April - ?, 1999], as Stanley, Piccadilly Theatre, West End

BLITHE SPIRIT  [11 June - 3 August 1997], as Charles Condomine, Festival Theatre, Chichester

BRER RABBIT AND UNCLE REMUS  [1969? His second professional role]

BY JEEVES!  [May 1996-Feb. 1997], as Bertie Wooster, Duke of York's Theatre (Steven was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Actor in a Musical)

CELEBRATION   [16 March to 29 April, 2000], as Russell, Almeida Theatre, and [July 24-28, 2001], Lincoln Center in New York City.

COLLAPSE OF THE STOUT PARTY  [says "age 11" which would make it around 1968-69], Palmers Green Theatre (Steven's first professional role!)

THE CONSTANT WIFE   [2002], as John Middleton, Lyric Theatre

CURSE OF THE WEREWOLF  [1994], as Martin, Theatre Royal, Stratford East

DEMOCRACY  [2003]

DOLLY WEST'S KITCHEN  [Spring 2000], as Alec

EXCLUSIVE  [ Sept. 1989-?], as Vincent Dexter, Strand Theatre

A FAMILY AFFAIR  [Fall 2000], as Henry

FLARE PATH  [1982] , as Teddy, Theatre Royal, Windsor

GODSPELL  [1973-74], as Jesus, Duke of York's Theatre (Steven ended up with the lead role at age 16 because he was the understudy and the star had to pull out.)

THE HAPPIEST DAYS OF YOUR LIVES  [Nov-Dec. 1993], as Rupert Billings, Theatre Royal, Windsor

HIGH SOCIETY  [Aug. 10, 1987-Jan. 16, 1988], as Macaulay "Mike" Connors, Victoria Palace Theatre (Dances pretty well in this one.)

AN INSPECTOR CALLS  [1990], as Gerald Croft, Theatre Royal, Windsor

JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT, as Joseph, National Tour

LEAVE HIM TO HEAVEN  [1976], as Joe, New London Theatre (generated a soundtrack album and TV production)

LORD NELSON LIVES  [1976], as Andrew, Liverpool Theatre

THE MILLIONAIRESS  [1995], as Alastair Fitzfassenden, national tour (with Raquel Welch; he played her husband)

MR. CINDERS  [1983], as Guy Lancaster, Fortune Theatre (There is a soundtrack available.)

MURDER BY THE BOOK  [1987], as Peter Fletcher, Theatre Royal Windsor

THE OLD MASTERS  [2004] as Edward Fowles, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Comedy Theatre

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA  [Dec. 1991-?] as Raoul, Shaftesbury Theatre

POST MORTEM  [1992], as Perry Lomas, King's Head

THE ROOM   [16 March to 29 April, 2000] asBert Hudd, Almeida Theatre and [July 24-28, 2001], Lincoln Center in New York City.

SEASON'S GREETINGS  [1994], as Clive, Theatre Royal Windsor

SOMETHING'S AFOOT, as Geoffrey, Croyden Theatre

TAKING STEPS as Tristam, Cork Theatre

THINGS WE DO FOR LOVE  [1998], as Hamish, Gielgud Theatre

TRELAWNY OF THE WELLS  [February-August 1993], as Ferdinand Gadd, Royal National Theatre

THE WINSLOW BOY  [1970], Albery Theatre (The title role. The production also featured Paul Darrow for a couple of months; I don't think either one remembers!)

VALENTINE'S DAY  [8 Aug - 21 Sept 1991], as Valentine, Festival Theatre, Chichester

VERONICA'S ROOM, as Larry

WEST SIDE STORY  [end of Dec. 1983-Oct. 1984], as Tony, Her Majesty's Theatre

YOU NEVER CAN TELL

REVUE: Mercury Theatre Workshop's "Musical Revue," Jermyn Street Theatre, London



Film:

ACES HIGH  [1977] (Very small part as a young pilot. Starred Malcolm McDowell.)

CONSPIRACY  [1989] (Fairly large role. Available on commercial videotape.)

JULIUS CAESAR  [1970], as Lucius (This was the U.K. version with Jason Robards. Steven played Brutus' page. Michael Keating also appeared in that film, as one of the rabble listening to Marc Antony's speech. Lots of other familiar faces in this, too: Charleton Heston, Richard Chamberlain, Diana Rigg, Robert Vaughn, Christopher Lee. Available on commercial videotape.)



Television:

AND MOTHER MAKES FIVE

BLAKE'S 7  [1979-1981], regular role as Del Tarrant in the 3rd & 4th series, plus a "guest" role as Tarrant's older brother Deeta in the episode "Death-Watch."

THE CEDAR TREE  [1977-78], as Klaus (Two series. He dyed his hair blond for this one.)

THE CUCKOO WALTZ  [about 1976] (he played a cub reporter)

DES O'CONNER TONIGHT, BBC 2

ENGLAND THEIR ENGLAND

FIVE TO ELEVEN  [June, April '88; Jan-Feb, 1989] (5-minute poetry readings)

THE FURTHER ADVENTURES OF LUCKY JIM  [198?] (Glynis Barber, Steven's Blake's 7 co-star and one-time girlfriend, was also in this. They play a couple of '60s hippy-types.)

A GENTLE RAIN

GOODBYE DARLING , as Douglas

HEARTBEAT  [2003]

THE HISTORY TRAIL  [1975], as Robert in "A Restoration Christmas"

ILL MET BY MOONLIGHT, BBC

JEFFREY ARCHER - THE TRUTH, BBC 1,  [2002]

JIM'LL FIX IT

JUST WILLIAM  [199?], as Hooper in "William the Great Actor"

LAW AND DISORDER,  [199?] as Peter Sherriff in "Safe as Houses"

LEAVE HIM TO HEAVEN  [1976], as Joe (a '50s revue; there's a soundtrack album of this)

A LEGACY

LOVEJOY  [1985], as Kevin in "Death In Venice" (A two-parter; he plays a gay Aussie cop!)

MIT  [2003], as Malcolm Savage

MURDER IN MIND  [2002], as Alex in "Disposal."

PARABLES

PEBBLE MILL AT ONE  [1984]

PIE IN THE SKY  [1996], as Geoff Reece in "Breaking Bread"

PIPEDREAMS
 [1999] (Canadian pilot, never aired)

POINTS OF VIEW, BBC

THE PROFESSIONALS (a voiceover - for a computer)

THE PURPLE TWILIGHT

RED LETTER DAY

60 MINUTES  [1984]

THE SWEENEY  [1975], as P.C. McKenna in "Loving Arms"

TELL IT TO THE JUDGE

TROUBLES AND STRIFE  [first broadcast Monday, Nov. 11, 1985], as Clifford (regular role in 1st & 2nd series)

WHODUNNIT



Radio:

AFTERNOON PLAY: THE POETRY DISEASE  [July 20, 2001, BBC4] By Alan McDonald, with poems by Char March. A council official finds that his prose is being infected with poetry, his reports are coming out in rhyme, and his boss is beginning to notice. With Steven Pacey, Julia Ford, Ellie Beavan and Jennie Stoller. Directed by Claire Grove.

BLAKE'S 7  [January 1998] as Tarrant in "The Sevenfold Crown"

BLAKE'S 7  [May 1999] as Tarrant in "The Syndeton Experiment"

THE CLASSICAL SERIAL: GRAND HOTEL  [October 1999], as Baron Felix von Geigern

THE CENTENNIER, as Richard Hamon

CHILDHOOD'S END  [November 1997], as Jan

BEYOND THE CANVAS  [January 2003], as Michael in Return of the Prodigal Son

BLACK BARTLEMY'S TREASURE  [30 Nov. 1991] as Martin Conisby

A BUMPER YEAR FOR DAHLIAS, as Richard Hamon

BY JEEVES!  [December 1996] as Bertie Wooster (radio adaptation of West End musical)

DEATH AND THE DANCING FOOTMAN [1986], as Aubrey Mandrake

THE GIRL BECAUSE [2002]

HAMLET (excerpts from the play)

HEART AND SOUL  [February 2000]

HORDES OF THE THINGS

IN PRAISE OF LOVE

AN INSPECTOR CALLS

LIVING DECISIONS [1973?]

MALICE AFORETHOUGHT

MARTIN CONISBY'S VENGEANCE, as Martin Conisby

MIDDLEMARCH, as Ladislaw

A MORBID TASTE FOR BONES, as Brother John

NIGHT MUST FALL, as Dan

THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY, as Basil Hallward (two-part radio drama broadcast on BBC 4, February 2000)

REGENCY BUCK, as Charles Audley

SHADOW PLAY, by Noel Coward. Julia Watson and Steven Pacey play the couple in Shadow Play, a taut tale about a smart marriage that isn't. May 31, 1999.

SPIN A LOVING THREAD

SPOILED, as Donald

SPRING AWAKENING, as Melchoir

THE 27 YEAR ITCH

20,000 STREETS UNDER THE SKY  [1989], as Bob

UP THE GODS, as Dionysus

VALMOUTH



Other:

Various TV and radio commercials, including this Nationwide Building Society ad  


Several tapes of children's songs, including:

     DIGERSAURS

     THE LITTLE STORY TELLER 4

     LONGTOOTH'S TALE

     TOMMY'S SHADOW

     THE TREE THAT SANG

Many books on tape/CD, including:

     Ted Allbeury's THE CROSSING  [1991]

     Juliet Barker WORDSWORTH: A LIFE

     Robert & Elizabeth Barrett Browning BEST-LOVED POEMS  [1997]

     Robert & Elizabeth Barrett Browning HOW DO I LOVE THEE?  [1997]

     Leslie Charteris' FOLLOW THE SAINT  [1993]

     Roald Dahl's GEORGE'S MARVELLOUS MEDICINE

     Dorothy Dunnett's NICCOLO RISING  [March 1995]

     Gerald Durrell MY FAMILY AND OTHER ANIMALS

     Colin Forbes' JANUS MAN   [1994]

     Frederick Forsyth 's THE INTERROGATOR  [1994]

     FOURTH DAY OUT OF SANTA CRUZ

     Claire Francis' RED CRYSTAL   [1996]

     Henry Rider Haggard's SHE,  [1996], Talking Classics

     Thomas Hardy THOMAS HARDY GIFTSET: Jude the Obscure, Tess of the D'Urbervilles, the Return of the Native   [Dec. 1999]

     Thomas Hardy's THE RETURN OF THE NATIVE  [1995]

     Joanne Harris' GENTLEMEN AND PLAYERS  [2006]

     James Herbert's DOMAIN

     Paul Jennings' QUIRKY TAILS  [1999]

     Stephen Leather's THE SOLITARY MAN  [1998]

     Ian McEwan's THE INNOCENT  

     Helen MacInnes' THE DOUBLE IMAGE  [1993]

     Helen MacInnes' THE HIDDEN TARGET  [1996]

     Helen MacInnes' THE SALZBURG CONNECTION  

     Alistair MacLean's FORCE TEN FROM NAVARONE [1993]

     Alistair MacLean's THE GUNS OF NAVARONE

     Alistair MacLean's STORM FORCE FROM NAVARONE: The Sequel to Alistair MacLean's Force Ten from Navarone  [1998]

     Andy McNab's IMMEDIATE ACTION: THE TRUE STORY OF HIS LIFE AT THE SAS  [1996]

     Dudley Pope's RAMAGE   [1992]

     Martin Cruz Smith's HAVANA BAY   [1999], Macmillan Audio Books.

     Laurence Sterne THE LIFE AND OPINIONS OF TRISTRAM SHANDY, GENTLEMAN   [1998]

Videotapes:

     THE HEROIC LEGEND OF ARISLAN, Parts 1 and 2, as Daryoon

     MARTIN CAVENDISH'S DISCOVERY, "The Sounds of the Past"



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