Rupert played the character Zak in the following episode:
- Wine and Roses (21 May 2006)
- Director: Gerry Mill
Zak is a seductive yet ultimately pragmatic hippy in a colourful hat!
Rupert had a small uncredited role in this tv series.
This show is about a group of mature-age medical students, and it’s really rather good! (Steven Waddington is great value, as usual, as the protagonist’s husband, as is Claudie Blakley as her best friend.) One of the students lives in residences, and is plagued by the party habits of the younger students. Rupert is one of those younger students. He only appears in two very brief scenes, and has an even briefer line in each.
Rupert played an armed guard in the following episode:
This was a ‘blink and you miss it’ role, I’m afraid. Hey, but at least he didn’t let the hero through, so he was obviously a darned good armed guard.
Rupert played a Sailor in this production of the Glibert & Sullivan musical.
I’ve lucked upon these production photos from Rupert’s performance in Cymbeline, which dates back to 2005. I’m afraid I don’t know who the photographer is, but will give credit where it’s due as soon as I can figure it out!
Rupert played Guiderius, with Dominic Marsh as Arviragus and Terence Wilton as Belarius.
Rupert played the character Guiderius in this rarely performed Shakespeare play.
Charles Spencer in The Telegraph (13 June 2005): ‘And there is strong support from … Rupert Young and Dominic Marsh as Imogen’s long-lost, hilariously hearty brothers who range round the mountains of Wales like superannuated boy scouts.’
Rupert played the character Valentine, one of the Duke Orsino’s men, in this Shakespeare play.
There’s an interesting article about the challenges of running this open-air venue here: whatsonstage.com.
Rupert appeared in this ad for a newspaper I’m not exactly a fan of – for the ‘Femail’ supplement specifically. I include it here for his sake and not theirs!
I am not sure of the date, but it seems to be fairly early in his career.
Rupert played the character Josh in this made-for-tv movie featuring Michael Sheen and Shirley Henderson.
Alas, Rupert was only in one scene. But he was the tall handsome guy that the main character fears his wife prefers.
Rupert played the character Adrian Pitts in the following episodes:
Just to prove that he can play all types, he is totally the anti-Leon in Doc Martin. A real slimebag! But Louisa makes sure he knows it, so that’s all right.