Oliver Llewelyn-Jenkins : World Cup Final 1966

Date - 12 May, 2014, All News Theatre
Oliver Llewellyn-Jenkins | Sainou Talent Agency London | Copyright (c) Owen Roberts

Oliver will play the legendary, Bobby Moore in the Bristol Old Vic production of World Cup Final 1966. Rehearsals have begun for this production that follows Bobby Moore, Nobby Stiles and the Charlton Brothers: the team of heroes that won the 1966 World Cup and a permanent place in the hearts of a nation.

World Cup Final 1966 is a funny, affectionate look at this epic moment in footballing history, bringing it to life for a new generation of children and creating a nostalgic walk down memory lane for parents and grandparents.

Last seen on tour in 2004 following a run at London’s BAC, this acclaimed production is re-written and directed by Tom Morris, playing at the Bristol Old Vic from 12th June to 12th July 2014.

Overview

Oliver Llewellyn-Jenkins is a native Welsh actor and graduate of Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Oliver played Peter in the BAFTA Award Winning Drama Care, directed by Antonia Bird

Since graduating in the summer of 2012 Oliver has gone on to film several episodes of Stella for Tidy Productions. He recently played the role of Rudge in The History Boys at The Mercury Theatre.

Oliver recently played Bobby Moore in World Cup Final 1966 at Bristol Old Vic and Monkey Son in the hit adaptation of The Twits at The Royal Court Theatre.

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