Jonathan Woodhouse

Jonathan Woodhouse Brief Biography

Jonathan Woodhouse (born 1987) is a British actor, director and producer.

Woodhouse was born in London and attended school and college in the London Borough of Newham. He is of English and Filipino descent. He studied for a Master of Arts in Theatre at Royal Holloway, University of London before founding Encompass Productions, an artistic production company. He directed and produced Encompass' first major project 'What It Feels Like', a new play that premiered at the 2011 Edinburgh Fringe festival to critical acclaim. His first major acting role was in the film The Lady directed by Luc Besson, playing 'Alexander Aris', the eldest son of Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi (played by Michelle Yeoh) and Michael Aris (David Thewlis). In 2012 he produced Stormin' Norman, a short film by Paul G Raymond for Encompass Productions. In early 2013 he went on to produce Who Is Moloch?, a stage play by Pamela Carralero in which he was also in the cast. He is currently working in London on a number of theatre and short film projects.

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