“Simon moved from London to Argyll eight years ago. Over the past twenty years he has worked extensively in theatre, radio and occasionally television. A chance meeting with Sadie led to his involvement with The Walking Theatre Company, and the most challenging, exciting work of his career. Over the past five years, he’s climbed more hills, got wetter and more sun-burnt than any actor down south whom he knows. He’s been Prospero, Macduff and the Mad Hatter outdoors. He’s been a Russian film director, a crooked American lawyer and a disreputable Catholic priest indoors. This is why he sometimes goes back south for a rest. His most recent theatre work there was for The Agatha Christie Theatre Company, of which he’s a founder member, in Witness for the Prosecution. He was most recently seen on television in A View from a Hill, boiling up bones”.