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|Education||Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, Ruffwood Comprehensive|
|Known for||Place of Execution (2008)|
The Job Lot (2013–2014)
Maudsley made his panto debut in 2016 as Dame Trott in Jack and the Beanstalk, at the Theatre Royal, Nottingham. He returned to pantomime the year after, playing a completely different part - the Genie of the Lamp, in Aladdin, at the Swansea Grand Theatre.
His career started when he landed a role in the film, A Life for a Life, in 1998 where he played the part of Stefan Kiszko. He also played many small parts on television in between acting in films.
He played the character of Joshua in the BBC Radio 4 situation comedy Revolting People and also appeared in series 3, episode 6 of the popular ITV series Doc Martin as a postman. From 2011 until 2018, when the series was cancelled, Maudsley appeared in the ITV award-winning comedy Benidorm, playing hairdresser Kenneth Du Beke. He was also in Heartbeat.
Tony Maudsley appeared in two episodes of Sky Living's series The Spa as Stephanie. He also appeared in ITV's Northern Lights as the character "Doddy", in 2006.
In 2016 he performed the role of Edna Turnblad in the touring season of Hairspray. In late 2017 he featured as "Kenneth the Hairdresser/Part-time slave" in Swansea Grand Theatre's production of Aladdin.
|Year||Movie/TV Series||Role||Other notes|
|2015||Ordinary Lies||Ralf Kavanagh||TV Series|
|2013–2014||The Job Lot||Graham||TV series|
|2013||Blandings||Cyril Wellbeloved||TV Series|
|2011||Agatha Christie's Poirot||Chief Inspector||TV Series|
|2011–2018||Benidorm||Kenneth Du Beke||TV Series|
|2011||Being Human||Graham (Obsidian)||TV Series|
|2009||Victoria Wood's Midlife Christmas||Postman||BBC Christmas Special|
|2007||Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix||Grawp||voice|
|2007||The Royal||Jimmy Beattie||TV Series|
|2007||Doc Martin||Dave (postman)||TV Series|
|2004||Vanity Fair||Joseph Sedley|
|2003–2004||Eyes Down||Martin||TV Series|
|2003||Bright Young Things||Race Steward|
|2002||The Intended||William Jones|
|2002||Foyle's War||Bill Ferris||TV series|
|2002||Club Le Monde||Mosh|
|2001||Redemption Road||Disco Doorman|
|2000||The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz||Taxi driver|
|1999||Sleepy Hollow||Van Ripper|
|1999||Plunkett & Macleane||Older Clergyman|
|1998||A Life for a Life||Stefan Kiszko||First film|
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