Ralf Little On Stage - Theatre Credits, Bio and Tickets
Ralf Little was born in Oldham, England in 1980. As well as being an actor, he was also a semi-professional footballer.
Little started his acting career as Anthony in BBC’s The Royal Family, and then appeared in Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps alongside Sheridan Smith. He also starred in The Waiting Room alongside Anne-Marie Duff in 2008.
In theatre, Little’s London debut was playing George Harrison in Presence at the Royal Court in 2001. This performance earned him a Laurence Olivier Award nomination for Most Promising Actor. Following this, he played the title role in Billy Liar at Theatre Royal Windsor. 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 the Bush Theatre’s 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover.
His West End credits include The Ladykillers and Dead Funny, both at the Vaudeville Theatre.