Jack Loxton biography Jack Loxton is a British actor based in London, England. Training: Jack attended the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. Awards: He is the winner of a WhatsOnStage Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical and was a nominee for a 2020 Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical. Theatre: His stage credits include George, Duke of Clarence in Tim Ford’s Henry VI Part III at the Birmingham Rep; ensemble in Jonathan Mumby’s Serious Money at the Birmingham Rep; Albert Narracott in Mariane Elliot/Alex Sims’ War Horse at the National Theatre/West End; Christopher in Marianne Elliott/Katy Rudd’s The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time at the National Theatre/West End, and Jared in Michael Greif’s Dear Evan Hansen at the Noel Coward Theatre/Delfont Mackintosh. While training at CSSD, he appeared as Lucentio in Jenny Quayle’s Taming Of The Shrew, Alex in Vesna Stanojevic’s Ravenhill Shorts, Eloi Duvenet in Robert Shaw Cameron’s Tennessee William’s Shorts, Frederick in Fiona Laird’s The Rover, Sonny/Angel City Four in Robert Shaw Cameron’s City Of Angels, Jack in Martin Parr’s Into The Woods, Bagot/Welsh Captain/Gardener’s Man/Groom in Phillip Joseph’s Richard III, Ernst Robal/Diethelm in Jenny Quayle’s Spring Awakening, and Cliff Bradshaw/Kurt in Robert Shaw Cameron’s Cabaret. Film: He played the role of Young Colin in Ritesh Batra’s The Sense Of An Ending (BBC Films) and Ollie in Miranda Howard-Williams’ short film Evie. TV: Jack has appeared in several television shows to date. He played Ben Lucas in Nigel Douglas’ Holby City (BBC), Skinner Bailey in Destiny Ekaragha’s Danny And The Human Zoo (BBC), Mike Scrum in Jamie Stone’s The Last Dragonslayer (Blueprint Pictures Ltd), Alex Lowe in Ian Barber’s The Coroner (BBC), Remy Briscoe in Ian Barber’s Doctors (BBC), and Ensign Stubbs in James Strong’s Vanity Fair (ITV/Mammoth Screen).