Actor ● Performer ● Voiceover ● Presenter

25 years experience as an actor and voice artist, with regular performances in radio plays for the BBC including The Archers.
Robert Harper in Fragments-of-Ash

Theatre – Fragments of Ash by Terry Victor

An exploration of an army wife and mother’s anguish as Eleanor relives the joys and struggles of her life. Her story is paired with that of Rashida, an Afghan woman, whose narrative is entirely danced. The two threads interweave, by turns intimate and cinematic, as text blends with dance and physical theatre; this is an […]

Robert Harper in Night Must Fall

Theatre – Night Must Fall by Emlyn Williams

Until Richard Burton came along, Emlyn Williams was Wales’ best known film actor and playwright. Born in North Wales, the studio theatre at Clwyd Theatre Cymru has been named after him. In the early seventies, Kelligan toured a production of Night Must Fall starring Hywel Bennet as Danny, the role that first brought Williams international […]

Television – The Bench

Legal drama based in a magistrates court in Wales. Robert Harper as Tim the Warden.

With Julian Lewis Jones, Mark Lewis Jones, and Louis Dempsey.

Series created by Catherine Treganna & Matthew Robinson.

For BBC Wales.

Television – Tati’s Hotel for CiTV

 

  • Children’s 26 part series
  • Live-action

“A live-action, magical, Fawlty Towers for kids’ with a bright, bubbly, unstoppable heroine.”

Seven and a half-year-old Tati is the smallest in her house. She lives with her mum & dad, her cousins and aunt and uncle: all squished into one home.

Yes, it’s a perfectly happy, chaotic, loving home, but there’s very little space. Tati can never quite get to the dinner table in time for a seat and her voice never seems to be heard when everybody is talking. Which is a real shame – because she’s simply CRAMMED full of good ideas.

Character

I play the guest character of Courier Fred, for Episode 18, aired on CiTV during 2011.

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