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Ralph Morse

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Biography

Colchester, England, UK
Graduated from Rose Bruford College in 1977. Artistic Director of "Causes" Theatre Company from 1979-1981, playing the title role in King Lear when he was only twenty-five. For his performances as Lear and as Billy Fisher in Billy Liar he won the Theatre Associates' Best Actor award for 1980. He worked exclusively in educational drama from 1989-2003 and is the author of "The Ghost Dance", "Malleus Maleficarum" and the "Bridging Zone"; dramas written specifically to explore the performance styles of Artaud, Stanislavski and Craig. Read more...

Actor

Character: Arborian

Flash Gordon 1980

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Character: Parrty Guest / Dancer

Rough Cut 1980

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Character: Skier in Lift

For Your Eyes Only 1981

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Character: Furtive Customer

Nighthawks 1981

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Character: Johnny Cashbox

NME Awards 2012 2012

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Character: Stage musician

Music and Lyrics 2007

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Character: Well-Spoken Businessman

Sex Lives of the Potato Men 2004

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Character: Polodorius

Riverworld 2003

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Character: Dubbing guitarist

Julie and the Cadillacs 1999

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Character: Auditioning Guitarist

The Commitments 1991

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Character: Saxophonist in Club Sequence

Victor Victoria 1982

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Character: Stormtrooper / Imperial Comms Officer / Rebel Soldier

Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back 1980

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Character: Winchester Patron

Minder 1979

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Character: Marine Office Clerk

The Onedin Line 1971

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Character: Edwin Tonsell

BBC2 Playhouse 1973

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Character: Congregationalist

The Long Good Friday 1980

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Character: Fan Bashed by Oddie

The Goodies 1970

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Character: Suspect in opening credits

The Sweeney 1975

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