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Bob Golding

Actor and director, nominated in Oliver Awards best solo performance category

Bob has had a varied career as an actor, a director and voice artist and musician. His theatre work is extensive and has taken him all around the country. Most notably Bob recently completed a nationwide tour of 260 performances and a west end run at the Duchess Theatre of Tim Whitnall’s Morecambe. The play premiered at the Assembly venue Rainy Hall at the 2009 Edinburgh Fringe Festival where it gained a Fringe First award then later for his performance Bob received a Best Actor nomination at the Laurence Olivier awards where the play won the Best Entertainment category. Bob also performed at the Royal Variety Show and received a nomination for 'Best Solo Performance' in the 2011 What's On Stage Awards. TV work includes , Mr Selfridge (ITV drama), Peter Kay's Britain's Got the Pop Factor & Possibly a New Soapstar Super Strictly on Ice', comedy sketch show Watson & Oliver. He has been co-host on Dave Gorman's Sunday Morning Show on Absolute Radio and provided the voices of 'Milo' and 'Max' in BBC's Tweenies.

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