Neil Morrissey to Join West End Cast of Noel Coward's Relative Values at Harold Pinter Theatre

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01 May 2014

Neil Morrissey will join the cast of the West End production of Noel Coward's Relative Values, which begins performances May 26 for a run through June 21. He takes over the role of Crestwell from Rory Bremner, whose last performance is May 24.



Morrissey is best known for his TV credits, which include playing Tony in "Men Behaving Badly" as well as roles in "Paradise Heights," "Murder in Mind," "Carrie and Barry," "Waterloo Road" and "Me & Mrs. Jones." Recently, he played Nigel Morton in the BBC2 series "Line Of Duty" and was also seen in "Over To Bill" on BBC1. Stage credits include Acorn Antiques, Guys and Dolls and Oliver!

The production reunites him with his "Men Behaving Badly" co-star Caroline Quentin. Also in the cast are Patricia Hodge and Leigh Zimmerman.

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