George Asprey biography George Asprey, born in London on 1st October 1996 is a famous actor, renowned for his roles in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, The Wedding Date, and The Gentleman. Training: He trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). Theatre: Among his theatre credits is Rusty Charlie in Guys & Dolls at the Birmingham Rep; Young Scrooge in Scrooge! at the Birmingham Rep; Rolf in The Sound of Music at the No1 Tour and Sadler’s Wells; Darcy in Pride & Prejudice at The Good Company; Rodolpho in A View from the Bridge at the Leicester Haymarket; Elyot Chase in Private Laws at the English Theatre, Frankfurt; the title role in Dick Barton at The Warehouse; Vernon Gersch in They’re Playing Our Song at the English Theatre, Frankfurt; Gerry Jerningham in The Good Companions at Wolsey, Ipswich; Billy Flynn in Chicago at Live Nation; Scar in The Lion King in the West End. Film: Asprey’s film credits include Officer in Frankenstein (Columbia Tristar); Lord Glendening in A.K.A (Third Rock Films); Matthew Van Huet in Out of Bounds (Enterprise Films); Pat in The Wedding Date (Gold Circle Films); Wilfred Reid in The Greatest Game Ever Played (Disney); Lord Snowball in The Gentlemen (Miramax); Denis Stewart in Without Remorse (Paramount Pictures). TV: He has also acted in numerous television shows. He played 2nd Lieutenant in A Breed of Heroes (BBC Screen One); Frank in The Peter Principle (Hat Trick Productions); Sean Devereux in The Dying of the Light (Yorkshire); Tom in An Independent Man (WitzEnd); Jeremy Wells in Coming Home (YTV); Barry Guard in Supply & Demand II (La Plante Productions); Andrew Stirling in The Bill (Thames); Jeremy in Nancherrow (Yorkshire); Andrew in Secrets & Lines (Channel 4); D.C. Hutchins in Trial & Retribution III (La Plante Productions); Simon Hargreaves in Holby City (BBC).