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Edward Woodall

Edward "Ed" Woodall (born 1967) is an English movie and stage actor.[1][2] He also directs stage productions in London.

Woodall trained at the Jacques Lecoq International Theatre School.

Most recently, Ed Woodall became a movement and improvisation teacher at Oxford School of Drama.


Year Title Role
2003 Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World 2nd Lt. William Mowett
2001 Enigma Bletchley Brain
2000 The Jolly Boys' Last Stand Keith 'Bullit' Bayfield
1996 Emma Robert Martin


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