Simon London


Simon London has established a wide-ranging career, acting in theatre, film and television in Australia, New Zealand and the UK. He has worked extensively in theatre: recent Australian work including the critically acclaimed The Pride and Remembering Pirates with Darlinghurst Theatre Company, Taking Steps for the Ensemble Theatre and The Judas Kiss with Red Line Productions. This year, he toured with GWB Entertainment and State Theatre Company of South Australia’s production of 1984 here for the Auckland Arts Festival and then on to Singapore for its International Festival of Arts. New Zealand theatrical highlights include When the Rain Stops Falling, The Pride and The Boys in the Band with Silo Theatre; The Duchess of Malfi and The Gift with Auckland Theatre Company; Romeo and Juliet with Downstage; The Beauty Queen of Leenane and

Three Sisters with The Court Theatre; and the national tour of Disco Pigs with A Different Light. Simon was co-creator of The Generation of Z, which enjoyed two successful New Zealand seasons and subsequently toured to the Edinburgh Festival and London. Simon’s feature films include The Hobbit: The Desolationof Smaug, The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies, My Wedding and Other Secrets and Shock Room. In television, Simon has most recently been seen in Love Child, Doctor Doctor and Wonderland. Further screen credits include The Cult, The Bill, Legend of the Seeker, Go Girls, Shortland Street and telefeatures Bliss and Waitangi – What Really Happened?


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