Stuart Wolfenden is a well-known actor who has appeared during his 38 year career in dramas such as Making Out, Clocking Off, Blue Murder, Jimmy McGovern’s Accused and more recently Years and Years and Shane Meadows‘ The Virtues.
Stuart became well established in Soap Land with his appearances in Emmerdale and as Mark Casey the Mechanic in Coronation Street from 1989 to 1992. He recently appeared as nasty Terry Hay, the stepfather to Ste Hay (Kieron Richardson), in Hollyoaks.
His film career began back 1992 when he took on a role in Jim Sheridan’s In The Name Of The Father. He has since appeared in Films such as Oranges and Sunshine, The Pebble and The Boy, and the award-winning cult film Dead Man’s Shoes from director Shane Meadows of which his character Herbie has become one of his most recognised roles to date.
Stuart’s latest project is the album Songs From A Common Man, for which he collaborated with musician-songwriter Daren Reece Lamberton (DRL). Stuart started writing The Man I Want To be many years ago, which Daren helped him bring to life. He also co-wrote the lyrics on One Last Time, which makes this album very personal. The production was done by the outrageously talented Stephen Boyce Buckley
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