Artist Profile - Edmund Dehn
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Edmund is an accomplished actor both in the theatre and on film. Film work includes Charon in “Lovelorn”, for which he won a Best Supporting Actor Award, Detective Carter in “Spoon”, with Darren Boyd & Rutger Hauer, “Kid Gloves”, “Girl in the Yellow Dress” & the title role in the “Judge Minty Fan Film, set in the world of Judge Dredd.
His theatre work has been wide ranging and his favourite roles include “The Book of Job” in St. Peter Mancroft Church, Norwich, MacHeath in “Beggars Opera” in Cornwall, Becket in “Murder in the Cathedral” (in a Cathedral), a pantomime villain in the West End with Dana, a small part in Sir Anthony Quayle’s “King Lear”, a man with early onset Alzheimers in “For Once I Was” and, most recently, an 85 year old communist tailor in “The Tailors’ Last Stand” at Barons Court Theatre. He has also played Australians on stage several times recently.
He also appeared as Sir Gumboil (among others) in the first 2 series of the children’s game show “Knightmare” on ITV.
Edmund’s voice over career has also been wide ranging from commercials for "NS&I" and "Coventry Building Society" to a CD Rom for LucasArts "Empire at War" to the unabridged audio book version of "Gormenghast", a 55 hour script using a multitude of voices and documentaries including "1941: The Fall of Penang".