Sir Wilfrid Robarts Q.C

Training: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA).

Theatre includes: Victor Prynne in Private Lives (Bath Theatre Royal/Nigel Havers Theatre Company – UK Tour); The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson (Park Theatre); Mamma Mia! (Novello); The Three Lions (St James Theatre London); Wonderland (Hampstead Theatre); Henry V, A Winter’s Tale, Comedy of Errors, Richard III (Propeller/Hampstead/Tour); The 39 Steps (Liverpool Playhouse/Tour); The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (Northampton Royal Theatre/Edinburgh Assembly); For King and Country (Plymouth Theatre Royal/ACT), Deep Blue Sea (Bath/Vaudeville Theatre, London); Taming of The Shrew, Twelfth Night (Propeller/Old Vic/BAM New York); Les Liasions Dangereuses, Faust (Royal Lyceum Theatre); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Nottingham Playhouse ); Twelfth Night (ETT), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Watermill/Comedy Theatre London); Rose Rage, Henry V, The Comedy of Errors (Watermill Theatre/Tour); The Prince’s Play (NT), Reader (Traverse Theatre); Henry VI part iii (RSC); A Streetcar Named Desire (Byre).

Television includes: Professor T, The Crown, Case Histories, Walter’s War, Hotel Babylon, Alien Western, Trust, Foyle’s War, Rockface, Midsomer Murders, Brookside, Wycliffe, The Demon Headmaster, The Bill and Bugs II.

Films includes: From Time to Time, Hart’s War, Deserter, Alive and Kicking.

His debut novel, The Lizard – a suspense thriller set in the Greek islands in 1988 - was published by Muswell Press in May 2020. Reviewed in The Guardian as ‘A read-at-a-sitting page-turner’.