As Lewis Carroll in ‘Alice’ for Theatre In The Quarter, Chester, directed by Peter Lesley-Wild. © NEIL KENDALL

Born in Hull, Yorkshire, Duncan is an award-winning actor. He won a Scotsman award at the Edinburgh Fringe for his role as Tamate in Stephen Sondheim’s Pacific Overtures. His work in film (FIT, Bashment and Kick-Off) and TV (Casualty for BBC, Alan’s Choice for Channel 4 and most recently guest lead on long running drama Doctors for the BBC) single him out as an actor who is connected to and passionate about social issues, particularly in the north.

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