Casting confirmed for "Late Henry Moss" at Almeida

Casting confirmed for "Late Henry Moss" at Almeida

Casting has been confirmed for Late Henry Moss
by Sam Shepard, which opens at the Almeida Theatre on 19 Jan 2006, following previews from 12 Jan, and booking to 4 March 2006.

The cast includes: Brendan Coyle (Earl Moss), Andrew Lincoln (Ray Moss), Flaminia Cinque (Conchalla), Trevor Cooper (Henry Moss), Simon Gregor (Esteban), Jason Watkins (Taxi).

Directed by Michael Attenborough, designed by Rob Jones, lighting by Mark Henderson.

Set near the Mexican border, The Late Henry Moss sees family secrets revealed as two brothers return home after a long absence to confront each other, their violent past and the death of their father. Fluctuating between the present and the past, Henry comes to life and re-enacts events leading up to his mysterious and exotic death.


Brendan Coyle's theatre work includes Buried Child at the National Theatre, The Weir at the Royal Court which won him the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actor, The Silver Tassie at the Almeida, September Tide at the King's Head and A Love Song for Ulster at the Tricycle Theatre. His film and television work includes Shameless, North and South, Jericho, Omagh, Offside and The Jacket.

Andrew Lincoln's theatre work includes Free and Blue/Orange for the National Theatre, Hushabye Mountain for Hampstead Theatre and Sugar, Sugar for the Bush. He has most recently been seen on television as Robert Bridge in ITV's major Saturday night drama Afterlife, his other leading television roles include Egg in This Life for the BBC and Simon in Channel 4's Teachers, his other television work includes Saving Grace, Who's Baby and Bramwell. His film work includes Enduring Love, Love Actually, Gangster No 1 and Human Traffic.

Flaminia Cinque's theatre work includes The Permanent Way for Out of Joint and the National Theatre, Push Up for the Royal Court, More Grimm Tales for the Young Vic and Lysistrata at the Wyndhams Theatre. Her film and television work includes Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, Casanova, Game On, Mad about Alice and Blue Murder.

Trevor Cooper's theatre work includes Playing With Fire at the National Theatre, directed by Michael Attenborough, A Night at the Dogs for Soho Theatre, By The Boy of Cats at Wyndhams, The Lieutenant of Innishmore, The Prisoners Dilemma and King John, all for the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Almeida's production of The Iceman Cometh at the Old Vic. His film work includes Dead Fish, Vanity Fair, Gangs of New York and Drowning by Numbers. On television his work includes My Hero, Rose and Maloney, Trevor's World of Sport and Drop the Dead Donkey.

Simon Gregor can currently been seen at the Almeida in Lindsay Posner's production of The Hypochondriac. His other theatre work includes The 39 Steps for West Yorkshire Playhouse, Interior for the Young Vic, Pericles and The Tempest for the RSC and The Front Page for the Donmar Warehouse. His film and television work includes Waking the Dead, Arabian Nights, The Wrong Blonde and Bodywork.

Jason Watkins' recent theatre work includes Sherlock Holmes in Trouble for the Royal Exchange Theatre, A Laughing Matter and She Stoops to Conquer both for the National Theatre and Out of Joint, A Servant of Two Masters at the RSC and A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Almeida. His film work includes the soon to be released Confetti, Bridget Jones: Edge of Reason and Eugene Onegin. On television his work includes Funland, Elizabeth The Virgin Queen and Sex Traffic.

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