Rhodri Miles starts filming for Hinterland today

Date - 29 January, 2013, All News Television
Rhodri Miles | Sainou Talent Agency London (c) Jennie Scott

Rhodri Miles has begun filming today for the role of Neil Amos in Hinterland, a brand new series from Cardiff based company Fiction Factory. Starring Richard Harrington in the lead role of DCI Tom Mathias, it is being directed by Marc Evans and produced by Gethin Scourfield and Ed Talfan.

This project is a co-production between S4C, Tinopolis, the S4C Co-Production Fund and ALL3MEDIA International, and will be shown on S4C in 2013. It is the first back-to-back drama series to be made in both languages for S4C and BBC Cymru Wales. The English language version, Hinterland, will be screened on BBC Cymru Wales in 2014 and distributed internationally by ALL3MEDIA International.

Central to the story is the hero, DCI Tom Mathias, is an intuitive and passionate detective, compelled to find justice and succeeds despite his unorthodox methods.


Leading Welsh actor Rhodri Miles won the Best Actor Award at the Hollywood Fringe Festival for his portrayal of Richard Burton in his one man show, Burton.

Other theatre credits include Othello for The Sheffield Crucible Theatres, Pride and Prejudice and Fish Out of Water both for Bristol Old Vic and the award-winning tour of Dylan Thomas.

Notable screen credits include Game Of Thrones for HBO, Rupert Goold's Richard II, Torchwood, Eastern Promises, Con Passionate and as a series regular on the following Welsh drama's Emyn Roc a Rol, Pobol y Cwm and People of The Valleys.

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