William Gaminara joins cast of Twelve Angry Men

William Gaminara, best known for his role as Dr Leo Dalton in 11 series of BBC1’s drama SILENT WITNESS, will join the cast of TWELVE ANGRY MEN at the GARRICK THEATRE as Juror number 10 from 31 March.

He joins a stellar cast including Tom Conti, Robert Vaughn, and Jeff Fahey in Bill Kenwright’s critically acclaimed production, directed by Christopher Haydon, which has extended its run at the Garrick three times, and is currently booking until 14 June 2014.

As well as his role in Silent Witness, William Gaminara has a wide range of television credits to his name, including Spooks, A Dark Adapted Eye, Dangerfield and The House of Eliott. William’s radio work is extensive and is best known as Dr. Richard Locke in The Archers. His 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, Dr Joseph Cardin in Howard Davies’ production of The Children’s Hour at the National Theatre and Body of An American at the Gate Theatre. William has also written several plays including According to Hoyle which premiered at the Hampstead theatre.

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