Jack Klaff

Jack has just finished playing John Of Gaunt, the Gardner, Carlisle, Bushy and the Duchess of York in Richard II at London’s Rose Theatre. Additionally, he has played Freud at the Cosmo Café Theatre. Among his many great stage credits are:

The Ice Cream Boys at The Jermyn Street Theatre.

US tours of A Midsummer Night’s Dream playing Bottom and Egeus, and Victor Frankenstein in Frankenstein.
A double bill at The Arcola Theatre. Playing Satin in The Lower Depths, and Gayev in The Cherry Orchard.
Freud at The Cosmo Cafe Theatre.He has also completed several seasons at The Bristol Old Vic and the RSC.

Jack regularly performs in a wide variety of one-man shows both in the UK and overseas. Additionally, he’s also directed many stage productions.

His most recent feature films include Elemental Storage, Two Years of Decadence directed by Domenico Dominelli, and The Black Spot directed by Oliver Rogers.

He has recently finished recording voice work for Mark Cousins’ docu-drama, The Eyes of Orson Welles – his being the voice of Welles.

He has acted in a numerous BBC radio plays.

His many film roles include:

His films include the first Star Wars: A New Hope film playing the rebel fighter, Red Four (John D), directed by George Lucas. The classic James Bond film, For Your Eyes Only with Roger Moore (directed by John Glen. N.B. Jack played Apostis, one of the villains). King David opposite Richard Gere – directed by Bruce Beresford. Agent X directed by Phillip Connolly. The Hunchback of Notre Dame with Anthony Hopkins – directed by Michael Tuchner.

His television credits include:

  • Red Dwarf playing Abraham Lincoln,
  • Midsomer Murders: Dead in the Water
  • Ivanhoe
  • Space 1999
  • Vanity Fair
  • The Sweeney
  • Reilly Ace of Spies
  • The Ruth Rendell Mysteries
  • Cadfael
  • The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes (opposite Jeremy Brett)
  • Chernobyl: The Final Warning
  • Poirot: The King of Clubs.

Jack trained at The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

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