[Variety] - Roger Allam won the most hotly contested category, actor, for his perf as Falstaff in "Henry IV Parts 1 and 2" at Shakespeare's Globe. Allam beat Derek Jacobi's King Lear, Rory Kinnear's Hamlet, Mark Rylance in "La Bete" and David Suchet in "All My
(born 26 October 1953, Bow, London) is an English actor, known primarily for his stage career, although he has performed in film and television. He played Inspector Javert in the original London production of the stage musical Les Misérables.
[PopMatters] - Male heads turned include the pompous, successful mystery writer Nicholas Hardiment (Roger Allam); local handyman Andy (Luke Evans) who had a fling with pre-surgery Tamara; rock star Ben (Dominic Cooper), visiting for a festival and enticed to stay by
[NORDJYSKE] - Landsbyen Ewedon lægger også plads til krimi forfatteren Nicolas Hardiments (Roger Allam) refugium for håbefulde forfatteraspiranter. Her får de fred til at lade ordene flyde i den smukke engelske landidyl, når de da ikke bliver forstyrret af den
[Lansing State Journal] - The story has something to do with the corrupt mogul Royalton (Roger Allam), who fixes races and wants to drag Speed over to the dark side of the sport. But Speed is loyal to the family business, one of the few independently operated racing
[The Guardian] - Only Roger Allam seems to have the measure of the piece, as the pompous philandering writer whose country home hosts a retreat for wannabe bestsellers, and whose casual duplicity brings the cattle train of the apocalypse down upon his big head.
[Independent Online] - I noted that Gemma Arterton was sitting next to dashing Luke Evans, who plays the man who wins her love in the end ... not Roger Allam, whose sneaky character she dallies with beforehand. After wallowing in Tamara's enormous four-poster bed in Room 3
[The Voice of Russia] - “Best Actor” went to Roger Allam for his role in "Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2” at the Globe Theatre. Best new musical was "Legally Blonde" - a Savoy Theatre production. Lead cast Sheridan Smith was accordingly named best musical actress.
[Daemon's TV] - New evidence has come to light which calls his conviction into question and there is a fierce battle between Watts and John Mallory (Olivier award winning Roger Allam – The Thick of It, The Queen) who is the prosecuting attorney for Lane.
[Londonist] - Sondheim was also presented with a Special Award, Roger Allam deservedly grabbed the best actor gong for Henry IV Parts 1 and 2 while Michelle Terry, winner of the Best Female Performance prize at the recent OffWestEnd Awards for her role in Tribes