Rhydian Jones

Rhydian is a Welsh stage, screen and television actor.

Rhydian recently completed filming on location in Bulgaria, as ‘Crassus’,  opposite Joseph Millson’s ‘Spartacus’, for October Films’ EIGHT DAYS THAT MADE ROME with director Jim Greayer.

Previously having completed filming on new TV thriller BANG, as narcissist ‘Russell Lloyd-Davies’, with directors Philip John (Downton Abbey) and Ashley Way (Ripper Street), for producers Joio/S4C/Artists Studio (The Fall).

Other recent screen credits include starring as ‘Dr Robert Thomas’, opposite Sanjeev Bhasker, in BAFTA winning THE INDIAN DOCTOR, ‘Jake Butterworth’ in DOCTORS and as ‘Daryll Kimble’ in David Renwick’s BAFTA winning JONATHAN CREEK opposite Alan Davis, all for the BBC.

Also as ‘Horst Kettner’ in LENI LENI alongside Valeriya Kozhevnikova and Hildegard Neil (Rosebud/Solus Films), screened at Cannes/LA.

Previous screen work includes HOUSE, opposite Kelly McDonald and Miriam Margolyes, A MIND TO KILL, MILE HIGH (SKY1) MARRIED SINGLE OTHER (ITV1), in Patrick Marber’s screenplay ASYLUM for Paramount Pictures, alongside Sir Ian McKellen, Natasha Richardson and Hugh Bonneville, opposite Anna Friel in GOAL – LIVING THE DREAM, LAST CHANCE HARVEY opposite Dustin Hoffman and in the improvised comedy movie NATIVITY opposite Martin Freeman for BBC Films/EOne.

Extensive stage appearances include Complicite’s MEASURE FOR MEASURE at the National Theatre, directed by Simon McBurney, alongside Harold Pinter in LOOK EUROPE at the Almeida, as Gerry Evans, opposite Laura Donnelly’s Chrissy, in Brian Freil’s DANCING AT LUGHNASA for the Lyric Belfast and in dark comedy THEE LINZEE WAY for acclaimed actress/director Lisa Palfery.

“Rhydian Jones is absolutely compelling”  The Guardian(UK) for his performance as Jean, in Strindberg’s Miss Julie for Living Pictures/Sherman Theatre.