Rufus Jones (actor)
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Rufus Jones (born 17 May 1975) is an English actor and writer.
|Born||18 May 1975|
On television, he is known for playing Doctor Foggerty in Julia Davis's award-winning dark comedy Hunderby, producer David Wilkes in W1A, and Miles Mollison in the BBC TV mini series The Casual Vacancy. He also played Terry Jones in the BBC Four BAFTA-nominated Holy Flying Circus, Cosmo in comedy-drama Stag, and Tom in Julia Davis's Camping.
Other credits include Mongrels (in which he voiced Nelson The Fox), William & Sinclair for Sky Atlantic's Common Ground season, Episodes, It's Kevin, The Wrong Mans, Fresh Meat (series 2), Toast of London, House of Fools, Extras, Lead Balloon, Peep Show, Crooked House, The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret, Love Soup, Katy Brand's Big Ass Show, Green Green Grass, My Family, Losing It, Secret Smile, White Teeth. In 2011, Jones starred in the one-off BBC Christmas show Lapland.
As a voiceover artist, Jones has worked on numerous commercials, as well as games such as Fable III, Killzone and Xenoblade Chronicles. In 2016, he joined the voice cast of Thomas & Friends, as the voice of Flying Scotsman. Most recently, he has voiced Robozuna For ITV/Netflix, Sadie Sparks for Disney, Dalamation Street for Disney, and is the narrator for the Little Princess.
In 2016 he played Coulson in the BAFTA nominated psychological thriller The Ghoul (directed by Gareth Tunley), and starred as Richard in the West End production of Dead Funny at the Vaudeville Theatre in London.
More recent film work includes Paddington and Woody in The Foreigner with Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan. He also played Bernard Delfont in Stan & Ollie with Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly, released in January 2019.
In 2018 Jones starred with Anna Paquin in Flack for Pop/W channel, due for release in February 2019. He also filmed Home, a 6 part series for Channel 4, that he also wrote, which began airing in March 2019.
Awards and nominationsEdit
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