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Rupert Penry-Jones, tall, blond, broad as a Welsh warrior from the Mabinogion, is striding across the floor of a Soho restaurant, apparently impervious to the questioning glances of his fellow diners. She’s right, of course, and, being just such an Irishwoman myself, I expect we would have oodles in common, especially with a drink in us.
Status-conscious chaps are noting the expensively clunky Tag Heuer on his wrist, the fine-gauge cashmere sweater and the Belstaff leather jacket, and racking their brains as to where they know him from. But today I have Penry-Jones all to myself, defending her honour after news reports of a spat between his wife and his mother, the To The Manor Born actress Angela Thorne, at an upmarket Mayfair brasserie.
That same year he made his London stage debut at the Hackney Empire theatre as Fortinbras opposite Ralph Fiennes’ Hamlet in an Almeida production of “Hamlet.” Other theatre credits include Richard in the premiere staging of Stephen Poliakoff’s “Sweet Panic” and “The Paper Husband,” both at The Hampstead Theatre; a revival of Arnold Wesker’s “Chips with Everything” on the Lyttleton stage at the Royal National Theatre; Edward Albee’s “The Play About the Baby” at the Almeida Theatre, in which he created the role of the Boy; the Royal Shakespeare Company at Stratford-upon-Avon’s production of “Don Carlos” in the title role; Alcibiades in “Timon of Athens” at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre; Robert Caplan in J. Priestly’s thriller “Dangerous Corner” opposite his now-wife Dervla Kirwan, at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds before it transferred to the Garrick Theatre in London’s West End for four months; the lead role of Louis XIV in Nick Dear’s historical drama “Power” at the Cottesloe Theatre; and as Carl in Michael Wynne’s new play “The Priory” at the Royal Court Theatre in London.
American television audiences have seen Penry-Jones in the FX series “The Strain” and the Starz drama “Black Sails.” In his native England, he was Adam Carter in the BBC spy drama series “MI-5,” as Clive Reader QC in the BBC legal drama “Silk” and policeman DI Joseph Chandler in the ITV murder mystery series “Whitechapel.” He has also been seen in the television movies “North Square” for C4, BBC's four-part production of “Cambridge Spies,” Russell T.
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