Steven Kynman: The Castle & Fireman Sam

Date - 2 March, 2012, All News Comedy Radio Television
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Steven Kynman records his fourth series of The Castle for BBC Radio 4.

Created by Pozzitive Radio and Television, The Castle stars original cast member Steven as Master Henry Woodstock, alongside other leading comedy actors James Fleet and Neil Dudgeon. First airing on Radio 4 in Autumn 2007, this medieval sitcom is written by Kim Fuller, whose other credits include Spitting Image, Red Dwarf and Rory Bremner.

The new series of Fireman Sam launches tomorrow on Cartoonito with Steven Kynman voicing four of the characters.

Alongside the eponymous Fireman Sam, Steven can also be heard as Elvis, Naughty Norman and Derek. This will be the eighth season of the hugely popular series

Overview

Steven Kynman is the Winner of The BBC Comedy Hunt, and is best known as Robert in the award winning series Justin's House.

Other screen credits include series regular in Iconicles, two series of Gigglebiz, Dark Matters, Moving Wallpaper, Gnomeo & Juliet, Azur & Asmar and Ridley Scott's Robin Hood.

Theatre credits include Mr Perks in the Olivier Award winning production The Railway Children, Death of a Salesman at York Theatre Royal, Prince Herbert in Spamalot at The Palace Theatre, West End, Sunday In The Park With George and Forbidden Broadway both at the Menier Chocolate Factory.

Steven is also the voice of Fireman Sam and Mr Nosey in the Mr Men animation series.

Steven is currently shooting Yonderland for Sky TV.

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