The Birmingham Repertory Theatre in association with Bill Kenwright are presenting a new stage production of The Exorcist, adapted by John Pielmeier from the novel by William Peter Blatty. The prod...
Ralf Little was born in Oldham, England in 1980 and has established himself as an actor, writer and semi proessional- footballer, playing for Maidstone United, Edgware Town , Chertsey Town and Hollywood United. He has also played for Arsenal Ex-Pro, Celebrity XI, for Soccer Aid snd for the John Kennedy testimonial math for Manchester United.
Little started his acting career in BBC’s The Royale Family as the character Antony from 1998 onwards. Following this he appeared in Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps as character Jonny Keogh from 2001. Other notable film credits include 24 Hour Party People, playing bass player Peter Hook. He also starred in The Waiting Room alongside Anne-Marie Duff in 2008 and later in Paradise Height and Robin Hood TV series. He has also appeared in the popular sci-fi show Doctor Who in 2016. Outside of acting and football Little also has co-written with Stephen Morris, novel The Golden Generation, which donated any profits to charity, Shelter.
In theatre Little’s London debut was playing George Harrison in Presence at the Royal Court Theatre in 2001. This performance earned him a Laurence Olivier Award nomination for Most Promising Actor. Later he played the title role in Billy Liar at Windsor’s Theatre Royal and in 2007 he returned to London to appear in Jack Thorne’s one man show Stacy at Trafalgar Studios. The following year he appeared in Bush Theatre’s 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover. Also at the Bush Theatre he has performed in The Aliens, written by Annie Barker. In 2013 Little returned to the West End in The Ladykillers, directed by Sean Foley at the Vaudeville Theatre.
in October 2016 he returns to the Vaudeville Theatre in the revival of Terry Johnson's Dead Funny
Selected London & West End Stage Appearances
|50 Ways To Leave Your Lover||Bush||2008|
|Presence||George Harrison||Royal Court Theatre||2001|