Tony Maudsley


Tony trained at the Royal Welsh College Of Music And Drama (1991-1994).

His film credits include Bad Education The Movie, Scouting Book for Boys, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Irish Jam, Vanity Fair, Bright Young Things, Ready When You Are Mr McGill, The Intended, Revengers Tragedy, Redemption Road, Club Le Monde, Birthday Girl, Born Romantic, Honest, Plunkett and Maclean, Sleepy Hollow and The Nine Lives of Thomas Katz.

On television he is best known for Benidorm (series IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X) as well as Ordinary Lies, The Job Lot (series I and II), Holby City, Edge of Heaven, New Tricks, The Spa, Blandings, Secrets and Words, Emmerdale, Monroe, Garrow’s Law, Being Human, Poirot – Three Act Tragedy, Victoria Wood Christmas Special, Mo, The Bill, Day of the Triffids, Heartbeat, Law and Order, Place of Execution, George Gently, Doc Martin, Waking The Dead, Wire in the Blood, Strictly Confidential, Lilies, The Royal, Ruby in the Smoke, The Street, Northern Lights, The Ghost Squad, The Virgin Queen, The Last Detective, Eyes Down (series I and II), Murphy’s Law, Rose and Maloney, Avenging Angels, Foyles War, Young Arthur, Nice Guy Eddie, My Beautiful Son, Peak Practice, My Uncle Silas, Mersey Beat, Gentleman’s Relish, Perfect Strangers, In a Land of Plenty, Where the Heart Is, A Life for a Life: The True Story of Stefan Kiszko, Queer As Folk II, The Wilsons, Coronation Street, City Central, The Biz, Underworld and In Extreme Danger.

Tony’s theatre includes Aladdin (Grand Theatre Swansea), Hairspray (national UK tour), Jack And The Beanstalk (Nottingham Theatre Royal), The Anniversary (Liverpool Playhouse and Garrick Theatre), A Day in Dull Armour (Royal Court Studio), Dogs Barking (Bush Theatre), Early One Morning (Bolton Octagon), South Pacific (UK tour) and Pickwick (Manchester Opera House).

On radio he has appeared in Lennon; A Week In The Life, Old Harry’s Game and Revolting People I, II, III, IV (BBC 4).

Tony has received various awards including Royal Television Society Award Winner - Best Network Newcomer 1998, Royal Television Society Award Nomination - Best Actor 1998 and Liverpool Film Office Award - Best Actor 1998.