James Warrior

James Warrior

James Warrior

James trained at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and has been a professional actor for over 40 years. He has appeared on stage at the National Theatre and in the West End of London as well as in numerous repertory theatres across the country. James created the character of Phil Murray in Trevor Griffiths’s classic play “Comedians” performing it at the National Theatre and Wyndhams Theatre and appearing in the television adaptation. Over the years he has worked with many great actors and directors, including Sir John Gielguid, Sir Ralph Richardson, Peter Sellers and Sir Richard Eyre. As well as performing on stage, James has appeared in various television sitcoms, working extensively with the author David Nobbs of “The Fall & Rise of Reginald Perrin” fame. James also created the character of ‘Jellyneck’ in the famous TV series “The Sweeney” and went on to play him in the film “Sweeney Two”. During the course of his career, James has worked extensively for BBC Radio and television, and has narrated numerous audio books and provided voice-overs for the Central Office for Information, advertisements and computer games. Several years ago James started a micro brewery with great success but eventually sold it to concentrate on drinking beer rather than making it. Now in his sixties he is still a mad keen motorcyclist and trains police dogs.

Genres:

Poetry
Kids
Horror
Suspense
Bio/Memoir
Horror
Kids
Animals/Pets
Mystery
Mystery
Mystery
History
Literary Fiction
History
Bio/Memoir
History

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Audio Samples:

Fiction

Going Gently

Genre: Literary Fiction
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Rivers of Blood

Genre: Mystery
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The Angels Share

Genre: Mystery
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The Cleansing

Genre: Mystery
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The Elephants Child

Genre: Kids
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The Last Assignment: A Ghost Story

Genre: Horror
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The Nothing Job

Genre: Suspense
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The Samaritan

Genre: Horror
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Thieves of Pudding Lane

Genre: Kids
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Under Milk Wood

Genre: Poetry
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Non-Fiction

25 Years at the Royal Court

Genre: History
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A Stage for a Kingdom

Genre: Bio/Memoir
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Death Keeps His Court

Genre: History
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Killers of the King

Genre: History
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The Dog Whisperer

Genre: Animals/Pets
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The Last Bohemians

Genre: Bio/Memoir
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