About Tim Crouch
Tim has worked extensively as an actor for over 20 years.
He did a BA in Drama at Bristol University and a posgraduate acting diploma at Central School of Speech and Drama.
He was a co-founder of Public Parts Theatre Company, devising and touring original work to all sorts of venues - from caves in Gloucestershire, to prisons, schools, and major national theatres like the Bristol Old Vic, West Yorkshire Playhouse and the Bush in London.
Other acting work includes Beckett's Endgame in Brixton Prison, Caryl Churchill's Light Shining in Buckinghamshire and Brecht's The Good Woman of Setzuan, all for the National Theatre, where he is an Education Associate. He done a number of film and TV jobs, too.
He is an Artistic Associate of the Franklin Stage Company in New York, and has appeared in four productions with them: Petruchio in The Taming of the Shrew, Malvolio in Twelfth Night, Vanya in Uncle Vanya and Prospero in The Tempest.
To find out about Tim's writing, please visit his website
Tim completed the FairyMonsterGhost trilogy for the Brighton Festival between 2003 and 2005.
Tim’s National Theatre commission, shopping for shoes, has toured throughout the UK and is currently in production with the Scottish company Visible Fictions.
Tim lives in a tall blue house in Brighton with his website designer and illustrator wife Julia, their three children: Nell, Owen and Joey and a cat called monkey.
For more information about Tim's work, look at the News from Nowhere website (Tim's production company)