Stuart Organ


Stuart Organ

Stuart Organ is a British actor.

He is best known for his portrayal of the character Mr. Robson in the children's television drama "Grange Hill". Stuart portrayed the series' longest-serving teacher, arriving in 1988 as the new head of PE. In 1998 he finally landed the headmaster's job, but left the series in 2003 when production of "Grange Hill" transferred to Liverpool.

Prior to "Grange Hill", Stuart appeared as Kevin Cross in the Mersey TV soap opera "Brookside", and played Bazin in the "Doctor Who" story "Dragonfire" in 1987. Since then, he has appeared in a variety of roles on T.V., including Monk, a flasher who exposed himself to Anna and yet was defended by Miles in "This Life"; Richard Thornton, who stalked P.C. Sam Nixon across a double episode Special in "The Bill"; and Leighton Peters, a top Civil Servant who was responsible for the downfall of Anthony Calf's regular in a double episode of "Holby City".

More recently, he has been concentrating on work in the theatre. His roles have included Guy Burgess in "An Englishman Abroad" (York Theatre Royal, 2003); Egeus in "The Comedy of Errors" (Sheffield Crucible, 2004); George in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" (Queens Theatre, Hornchurch,2005); Robert in "Blue/Orange" (Ipswich, 2006); and Serge in "Art" (York Theatre Royal,2006). He then returned to the queens theatre, to play Major Powell in their 2007 play "Corpse"

His regular voice work includes lip-synching and dubbing cartoons.

External links

* [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0649775/ Stuart Organ] at the Internet Movie Database


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