Sergeant (Fatso) Judson
Brian has appeared in many productions with the Royal Shakespeare Company, including The Winter’s Tale, God in Ruins, Macbeth, The Drunks, Antony and Cleopatra and Great Expectations.
Other theatre includes: Aristocrats (Royal National Theatre), Stones in his Pockets (West End), Famine-Druid/Murphy (Druid Theatre Co.), Three Sisters, Translations, Tarry Flynn, Down the Line (Abbey Theatre), Pentecost, Improbable Frequency, Boomtown (Rough Magic Theatre Co.), Studs (Passion Machine), Zoe’s Play (The Ark), Amphibians (Tin Drum), Emma (Storytellers Theatre Co.), Car Show (Corn Exchange) and most recently, Anthony Neilson’s Narrative at the Royal Court.
He was a founder member of Ireland’s Red Kettle Theatre Company and productions with them include The Crucible, The Stomping Ground, Observe The Sons Of Ulster Marching Towards The Somme, Happy Birthday Dear Alice and On The Razzle.
Film and Television includes: Perriers Bounty (Number 9 Films), Raw, Fair City, Glenroe, The Clinic (RTE), Garage (Whole Five Films), Pure Mule (Eden Films), Casualty, The Wild West, Doctors (BBC), The Bombmaker (SKY Television), The Chief (Anglia TV) and Bloodlines (Lucan Pictures Ltd).
From Here To Eternity premiered at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London’s West End on 30 September 2013.