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Henry Shields is an English playwright and actor. He is a longtime member of the Mischief Theatre company, and is best known for co-writing and starring in the plays The Play That Goes Wrong, Peter Pan Goes Wrong, and The Comedy About a Bank Robbery, along with Henry Lewis and Jonathan Sayer. He has been nominated for three Olivier Awards for Best New Comedy, winning in 2015 for The Play That Goes Wrong.
|Born||21 August 1988|
|Alma mater||London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, Cranbrook School, Kent|
Awards and NominationsEdit
|2014||WhatsOnStage Award||Best New Comedy||The Play That Goes Wrong||Won|
|2015||Laurence Olivier Award||Won|
|2016||Peter Pan Goes Wrong||Nominated|
|2017||The Comedy About a Bank Robbery||Nominated|
|Drama League Award||Best Play||The Play That Goes Wrong||Nominated|
|2020||Laurence Olivier Award||Best New Comedy||Magic Goes Wrong||Nominated|
- "Five Burning Questions with The Play That Goes Wrong Olivier Winner Henry Shields". BroadwayBox.com. Retrieved 2017-08-11.