Ian Brooker (actor)


Ian Brooker is a personality actor, with connection with theatre, tv and film. Nevertheless, it really is in the moderate of radio and audio crisis that he’s best known. Ian Anthony Brooker may be the ninth era of the theatrical family members that first continued stage in the mid eighteenth hundred years. Relatives have got included leading theatrical and literary statistics such as for example Dame Madge Kendal (Mrs Kendal in The Elephant Guy) (1848–1935), dramatists such as for example Thomas William Robertson (1829–1871) – writer of the play Caste, the screenwriter Philip MacDonald (1900–80) – writer of the Boris Karloff film YOUR BODY Snatcher, and many Charlie Chan and Mr. Moto movies; Harry Duff (1895-1984) – the youngster actor who performed both Michael and John Darling in the initial creation and revival from the play Peter Skillet; the French celebrity, Rachel Berendt who researched with Sarah Bernhardt and who wedded the film, stage and tv professional Pierre Fresnay; and Carol Robertson – manufacturer from the BBC’s Stories of Beatrix Potter and Oscar (starring Michael Gambon as Oscar Wilde).


Productions for BBC Radio 4 have got included: THE ENTRANCEWAY in the Wall structure based upon 3 short tales by H.G.Wells, the humor cricketing series, Memoirs of the Twelfth Guy (with Norman Rodway), E. Nesbit’s Five Kids and It and its own sequel, THE STORYPLOT from the Amulet, Charlie and the fantastic Cup Elevator, Ellis Peters' The Airline flight of the Witch, Rose Tremain’s One Night time in Winter season, David Pownall’s Façade (with David Tennant), Watership Down, Mr Foster’s Great Fairy, and YOUR DAY They Wouldn't Consider It ANY LONGER. He performed Gaius Flavius Hilaris in the version of Lindsey Davis’ 1st Falco tale The Metallic Pigs.On Radio 3, he has appeared in Peter Tinniswood’s translation of Eduardo de Philippo’s The Monument, and Lizzie Hopley’s play Salome.Since 1999 he has made occasional appearances mainly because Wayne Foley of Radio Borsetshire in Radio 4’s The Archers. He in addition has provided the voices of Elgar and Berlioz for Radio 4’s Wedded towards the Music, and Thomas Hardy in Ramblings.


On tv, Ian appeared as the wounded astronaut, Henry Carson in Andromeda Television’s Jupiter Moon (1990), and Saint Dominic in the Route 4 series, Gnostics (1986). Recently, he has made an appearance as an abusive dad, Peter Case, in BBC 1's Doctors and Malcolm Hammond - an ineffectual dad of the schizophrenic female in BBC 1's Casualty. In 2013 Ian made an appearance as Gavin Lynch, the coroner's investigator in two shows of Doctors.


In theatre, he played Neville within an acclaimed creation of Neville’s Isle at Harrogate Theater, and everything seven male functions in Jim Cartright’s play Two performed in the Stara Prokhownia, Warsaw, Poland. In 2005, Ian made an appearance as George Silverlock, the Grasp from the Hastings Workhouse in Claire Luckham’s play Kitty and Kate – a co-production for the brand new Victoria Theater, Stoke and Stephen Joseph Theater, Scarborough.

Audio recordings

Since 2001 he has played many character types for Big Finish’s Doctor Who range including ROSM in Embrace the Darkness, Minister Voss within the last, the torturer, Twyst in Something Inside, Surus the Elephant in Auld Mortality, Sydney the Juliet Bravo fan in Deadline (with Sir Derek Jacobi), the Shewstone inside a Surprise of Angels, Romilly as well as the Krotons in exchange from the Krotons, the Chief executive of Earth within an Earthly Kid, and was the briefest of all Doctors completely Fathom Five (sound episode). He offers often caused director/article writer Nicholas Briggs on his four Dalek Empire and two Cyberman series. In 2004 he performed the archaeologist, Teacher Golightly, in Sound Monster Productions series Space: 1889 for maker John Ainsworth. In 2007, he guest-starred in Sapphire and Metal: The Secret from the Missing Hour. In '09 2009 he performed Sir Robert Anderson, the Helper Commissioner of Law enforcement in the best Finish Sherlockian dilemma by Brian Clemens, Holmes as well as the Ripper and Sir Francis Walsingham in the 6th Doctor Lost Tale, Point of Admittance by Marc Platt; and this year 2010 performed the veteran professional, Sir Jack port Merrivale, star from the 1970s portmanteau film, Doctor Demonic's Stories of Terror; or The Devil's Whisper where he made an appearance as Doctor Demonic and Teacher Bromley, within a Fifth Doctor tale Special Features compiled by John Dorney within the Compact disc collection The Demons of Crimson Lodge. In 2013 Ian documented The Future of the physician: Shockwave using the celebrity, Sophie Aldred, who performed Ace, the Seventh Doctor's partner for BBC AudioGo. The experience will end up being released in July 2013.


Films have got included the historical play, Chasing the Deer (1994) as well as the spoof horror film, I PURCHASED a Vampire Motorbike (1990). Ian starred as the paranormal investigator, Eddie Brewer, in the film The Casebook of Eddie Brewer (2012) - a Rookery Images creation. The film was premiered on the Flatpack Celebration, Birmingham in March 2012 and has truly gone on to end up being the official Selection at fifteen various other film celebrations including Fright Evening Film Celebration, Louisville, Kentucky, the Unreal Film Celebration, Memphis, as well as the LA Indie Celebration, Mayhem Horror Celebration, Nottingham, Freakshow Horror Film Celebration, Orlando, Florida, as well as the Nevermore Film Celebration, Durham, NEW YORK. It has gained six honours including Greatest New Feature Film on the 2012 Surprise and Gore Film Celebration at the Electric powered Cinema, Birmingham, Greatest Sci-fi or Horror Prize on the 2012 Film Celebration of Colorado, Greatest Independent Movie on the Celebration of Fantastic Movies, Greatest in Fest on the Unreal Film Celebration, Memphis and Greatest Supernatural Movie at nighttime Black Celebration of Darkness, LA. Ian gained Best Professional in an attribute at Buffalo Screams Horror Film Celebration at Buffalo, NY where in fact the film was also nominated for Greatest International Film.