Graham Dickson

Graham Dickson was born in Leeds but raised in Hertfordshire, just north of London. He left University to pursue a career in acting and trained in New York (New York Film Academy & UCB Theatre) and London (East 15 Acting School). Recent theatre credits include the world premiere of Tennessee Williams’ I Never Get Dressed Till After Dark on Sundays at the Cock Tavern Theatre, She Stoops to Conquer at Hoxton Hall and Night, London at the Tristan Bates Theatre. Film credits include the feature Breathe and the shorts Beloved and Behind the Eight Ball. An experienced improviser, Mr. Dickson is a founding member of “The Milk Monitors”, who have just launched their regular improvised show Austentatious, inspired by the works of Jane Austen. Graham Dickson recently performed at Theatre 503 in a short play of his own writing, entitled The Fruit Bowl. He also wrote the short play Divine, winner of the 2009 Westminster Prize at Soho Theatre. He is currently writing a new full-length play.

Born in: 

Leeds, UK

Based out of: 

London, UK


New York Film Academy, USA; UCB Theatre New York, USA; East 15 Acting School London, UK