William Gaminara to Join West End Company of Twelve Angry Men

By Mark Shenton
26 Mar 2014

William Gaminara will join the previously announced Tom Conti in the continuing production of Twelve Angry Men, beginning performances March 31, at the Garrick Theatre.



The full company will comprise Conti as Juror 8, Gaminara as Juror 10, Robert Vaughn as Juror 9, Jeff Fahey as Juror 3, Luke Shaw as Foreman, David Calvitto as Juror 2, Paul Antony-Barber as Juror 4, Edward Franklin as Juror 5, Andrew Frame as Juror 6, Sean Power as Juror 7, Christopher Ettridge as Juror 11, Robert Duncan as Juror 12 and Jon Carver as the Guard.

Gaminara is best known for his role as Dr. Leo Dalton in 11 series of BBC1’s drama "Silent Witness." Other TV credits include "Spooks," "A Dark Adapted Eye," "Dangerfield" and "The House of Eliott." On radio, he is best known as Dr. Richard Locke in "The Archers." Theatre credits include the premiere of Howard Brenton's Bloody Poetry at Hampstead Theatre, Brian Epstein in John, Paul, Ringo, George and Bert at the Young Vic and Dr. Joseph Cardin in Howard Davies' production of The Children’s Hour at the National Theatre. He has also written several plays including According to Hoyle, which premiered at Hampstead Theatre.

To book tickets, which are on sale through June 14, contact the box office on 0844 482 9673 or visit www.nimaxtheatres.com/garrick.