still researching…

This is a list of Rupert’s work that we’re still researching – things we’ve heard about or seen glimpses of, but don’t have enough confirmed details about to post. If you can help us with more information and links or images, we’d very much appreciate it!

film

  • The Ministry, a film by Ben Kent, featuring Rupert and Jasmine Hemsley – the team who brought us Helen and Ben!
  • Rupert filmed something in England in November 2013 for a project to be released in 2014 … though we still don’t know what! And he didn’t seem all that certain that he wouldn’t end up on the cutting room floor. {sad face}
  • Rupert filmed a movie in the US in 2015. No further details yet, but this was mentioned in an interview, and he mentions ‘a new comedy-drama’ in another interview.
  • Rupert was off on a new work project as of early December 2016, though we don’t know what! Perhaps the Bet Victor ad…?

theatre

  • Feeding Time at the BAC (Battersea Arts Centre), as listed in the Company programme. This is perhaps the production which ran from 22 November to 11 December 2005. Listing for the production on UK Theatre Web. I can’t find a full cast list, but other actors have referenced the production on their CVs.
  • Three’s a Crowd at Shepherd Churchill Hall, as listed in the Company programme. This might be one of Rupert’s joke listings, but there’s a “Broadway revue” with this title that dates back to 1930. The Hall is real enough, and can be found at Harrow school. So perhaps this is one of his early / amateur efforts…?

As I said above, any help would be awesome!

5 thoughts on “still researching…”

  1. HI. I BELIEVE THAT RUPERT HAD A SMALL PART IN GAME OF THRONES SERIES ONE EPISODE FIVE. ONLY HAD A COUPLE OF LINES.

    1. Hello, Mike! Thank you for commenting. I’m afraid I don’t watch Game of Thrones, so can you give me any more information about the character…? I’d love to investigate, but I’m not sure that it’s so. Sorry if I’m being unnecessarily cautious, but it strikes me that Rupert and his agent would have happily and loudly made mention of it, if he was in it. Thank you again!

    1. Thank you so much for your comment, Anon. I appreciate the tip about “Uncle Bobby’s Croft” being written by Justin Young. So this is a real production…! The trouble is, I am not finding anything about it on the ‘net, despite scouring Edinburgh Fringe sites and theatre databases. I’ve never been to the Fringe Festival, so maybe I’m expecting too much, and these things are too ephemeral…

      Is there anything more you can tell me about it? And can you confirm that it was 2008?

      Thank you again!

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