GLYN DOGGETT
Actor, Writer and Van Driver.

Glyn trained at HTS ( Hertfordshire Theatre School ) where he received the Student of the Year Award on graduating in 2003.
After graduating Glyn was part of the Charles Vance Repertory Theatre Company three years running, during which time roles played included Gerald Popkiss in Rookery Nook, Flight-Lieutenant Graham in Flare Path, Jem Merlyn in the new adaptation of Jamaica Inn, Jan Warwick in Agatha Christies Unexpected Guest, Buddy Baker in Neil Simon's Come Blow Your Horn and Eric Birling in JB Priesleys classic An Inspector Calls.
Other theatre credits include Chris in Steam, a new play for the White Bear Theatre in South London, Please Read Me, at the Hen and Chickens, Islington, Various roles in the Sketch Show for the Comedy Project at The Soho Theatre, also Ken Taylor in The Babysitter, Paul in The Celebration and Colin in The Bed & Breakfast, all new plays for The Market Theatre Company.

Glyn looking fat
Glyn 'chubby' Doggett; circa 1982.
Glyn + Beard = Homosexual Eroticism; 2005.
Glyn + Beard = Homosexual Eroticism; 2005.

Film credits include PC Nick McIntosh in Munchies for The London Metropolitan Film School, John in Dear Jane and Will in Rosemary is for Remembrances both for The New York Film Academy also Drunk Lad in In the Shadows in the Light for Mediascape Productions.

Glyn is also a writer and one half of the comedy duo ‘Doggett and Ephgrave'. Recent co-written sitcom pilots include Making Up and Chipped, Battered and Burgered, both performed at the Soho Theatre, London. During 2007 they began  touring their own compilation show ‘Two's Company…' which visited the Market Theatre, Hitchin and The Etcetera Theatre, Camden . Other Doggett and Ephgrave projects include ‘The Buddy Tapes' – a ‘fly on the wall' video diary of Glyn and David's adventures on the road and the film version of Making Up. Their latest piece, The Balloon Debate, is being presented as part of The Comedy Project's 2008 season, before going on to the Edinburgh Festival in August 2008. For more details, visit www.myspace.com/doggettandephgrave.

In addition to his acting and writing career Glyn is also an experienced Company Manager, with recent work including Buddy Holly and the Cricketers & Holly at Christmas UK tours (2006/2007), Marry Me, Or Be Evicted with the Market Theatre Company, which completed a successful 4 week run on the London Fringe in February 2005, and The Comedy Project a season of Comedy Rep which ran for four weeks at the Soho Theatre in London in 2005 & 2006.
Glyn - trying out a new look; 2008.
Glyn - trying out a new look; 2008.