Paterson Joseph

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Involved in 14 productions.
Has worked with 56 other people in this database.

Paterson Joseph trained at LAMDA. He won second prize in the inaugural Ian Charleson Awards in 1991 for his work at the Royal Shakespeare Company in the 1990-91 season: Patroclus in Sam Mendes's production of Troilus and Cressida, Oswald in King Lear (dir: Nicholas Hytner) and the Marquis de Mota in Nick Dear's version of Tirso de Molina's The Last Days of Don Juan (dir: Danny Boyle). For the RSC, he understudied Simon Russell Beale as the King of Navarre in Terry Hands's 1990 production of Love's Labour's Lost and Ralph Fiennes as Troilus in Sam Mendes's production of Troilus and Cressida. When Ralph Fiennes left the RSC in August 1991, Paterson Joseph played Troilus in Troilus and Cressida until the production closed at The Pit in January 1992.

Photograph is from the 1990 Royal Shakespeare Company Production of Troilus and Cressida.



Director: My Shakespeare in Harlesden, Channel 4