Paul Bradley is probably most well known as Nigel Bates in EastEnders and Professor Elliot Hope in Holby City for BBC TV.
Other TV credits include: Bottom, The Young Ones and recently Grantchester and Queens of Mystery.
In the West End Paul has played Freddy in Noises Off and Trotter in Journey’s End. He has also twice played at the National Theatre in Trevor Nunn’s The Relapse and in Peter Gill’s Month In The Country.
At The Bridge Theatre he appeared in Martin McDonagh’s A Very Very Very Dark Matter.
On tour he has played Geoffrey Howe in Dead Sheep, Sidney Bruhl in Deathtrap and Marvin in Octopus Soup. He was George Pye in Humble Boy at The Orange Tree Theatre, and for Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre he has played Bottom, Feste, as well as the very
model of a modern major general in Pirates of Penzance.
Paul plays guitar and sings (“like a lorry-driver”, the Guardian wrote) in the thirty-year old band, the hKippers.