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Prior to Beautiful, Alan Morrissey's credits included the following.
Theatre credits include: I Can’t Sing (Palladium), Salad Days (Bristol Old Vic), Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare’s Globe/European Tour), 65 Miles (Paines Plough), Once Upon a Time in Wigan (Hull Truck), 66 Books (Bush Theatre), Solstice, Twelfth Night, Taming of the Shrew, As You Like it (all Royal Shakespeare Company), The Stepmother & Man Who Pays the Piper (Orange Tree Theatre), The Horse Marines(Theatre Royal Plymouth), Boiling Frogs (Southwark Playhouse), The Seagull Project (Hampstead Theatre), James and the Giant Peach (Bolton Octagon), Much Ado (Salisbury Playhouse).
Television credits include: Endeavour (Mammoth Screen), Holby City, Land Girls, Doctors (all BBC).
Film credits include: League of Gentleman: Apocalypse (League Films), Charity (Red Ant/Exposure), Northern Soul (Stubborn Heart), Nightingale and the Rose (Stink), Jacob (Magic Lantern).
Other credits include: Brief Lives, Time and Tide, and Harry & the Angels (all BBC Radio 4) Tell Your Family Secrets (BBC Radio 5 Live).
(Source: Beautiful show website.)
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