Jarvis, Martin 1941–
Jarvis, Martin 1941–
Born August 4, 1941, in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England; son of Denys Harry and Margot Lillian (maiden name, Scottney) Jarvis; married second wife, Rosalind Ayres (an actress), November 23, 1974; children: (first marriage) Toby, Oliver. Education: Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, diploma (with honors), 1962. Avocational Interests: Cooking, music.
Agent—Schiowitz, Connor, Ankrum & Wolf, 1680 Vine St., Suite 1016, Los Angeles, CA 90028.
Actor, voice performer, and writer. Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, associate member; National Youth Theatre, member of council. Jarvis & Ayres Productions (radio production company), founder, 1986. Formerly worked as a stage manager.
British Actors' Equity Association, BBC Club, Croydon Histrionic Society (president).
Sony Radio Award nomination, best actor, 1991; George Foster Peabody Broadcasting Award, Henry W. Grady School of Journalism and Mass Communications, University of Georgia, 1994, for Fourways Farm; New York International Radio Award, 1994; British Talkies Award, Audiobook Publishing Association, 1995; Audie Award, Audio Publishers Association, 2001; Earphone Award, AudioFile, 2002; Theatre World Award, 2002;.
Television Appearances; Series:
Storyteller, Jackanory, BBC1, multiple episodes, 1967.
Frank Greystock, The Pallisers, PBS, 1977.
Oliver, Rings on Their Fingers, BBC, 1978.
Detective Inspector Sam Harvey, Breakaway, BBC, 1980.
Multiple voices, Huxley Pig (animated), 1989–90.
Multiple voices, You Say Potato (animated), 1990.
Multiple voices, Fourways Farm (animated), 1993–95.
Voices of Cadbury and Bascomb, Richie Rich, syndicated, 1996.
Frank, The Queen's Nose, BBC, beginning 2003.
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
Jolyon "Jon" Forsyte, The Forsyte Saga, BBC2, 1967.
John Brooke, Little Women, syndicated, 1971.
Godfrey Ablewhite, The Moonstone, BBC, 1972.
Uriah Heep, David Copperfield, BBC, 1974.
Wilfred Anstey, The Black Tower, PBS, 1985.
Keith Shedden, Chelworth, BBC, 1989.
Narrator, "The Tempest," Shakespeare: The Animated Tales, HBO, 1992.
Monsieur de Renal, The Scarlet and the Black, BBC, 1993.
Farmlow, Supply & Demand, ITV, 1998.
Baron de Whichehalse, Lorna Doone, Arts and Entertainment, 2000.
Lord Macefield, Micawber, ITV, 2001.
Mr. Blades, Bootleg, BBC, 2002.
Television Appearances; Movies:
(Uncredited) King George VI, Ike: The War Years, 1978.
Johannes Hentschel, The Bunker (also known as Le bunker), CBS, 1981.
Linus, The Absence of War, BBC2, 1995.
Cowfrey Pitt, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries: Well Schooled in Murder, BBC, 2002.
Leonard, Much Ado About Nothing, BBC, 2005.
Also appeared as Mr. Stone, The Business of Murder, BBC, and in Make and Break, BBC.
Television Appearances; Specials:
Dr. Naughton, P. and O. (also known as W. Somerset Maugham: P. and O.), BBC, 1969.
"Ross," Play of the Month, BBC, 1970.
Sam Harvey, A Murder in the Family, Arts and Entertainment, 1986.
Canon Timothy Donkin, "Rumpole and the Age of Miracles," Rumpole of the Bailey, PBS, 1989.
Narrator, Christmas Star, The Learning Channel, 1993.
Neil Biddle, Sex 'n' Death, BBC America, 1999.
Title role, By Jeeves, PBS, 2001.
Narrator, Life after the Street, ITV, 2001.
Happy Birthday BBC Two, BBC, 2004.
Narrator, The Wonderful World of Whiteley, Channel 4, 2005.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Hilio, "The Web Planet," Doctor Who, BBC, 1965.
Hilio, "Crater of Needles," Doctor Who, BBC, 1965.
Hilio, "The Centre," Doctor Who, BBC, 1965.
"Wife in a Blonde Wig," Thirty–Minute Theatre, BBC, 1966.
"The Last Victim," Thirty–Minute Theatre, BBC, 1968.
Robert Macrae, "Cork on the Water," Detective, BBC, 1968.
Larry, "Missing Penny," Paul Temple, BBC, 1969.
"Death's Head," Thirty–Minute Theatre, BBC, 1971.
Karn, "The Swordsman," Arthur of the Britons, HTV, 1973.
Voice of Butler–Film, "Invasion: Part 1," Doctor Who, BBC, 1974.
Vic Hallan, "The Hired Man," Dixon of Dock Green, BBC, 1975.
Mr. Davenant, "And With What Measure?," Softly Softly (also known as Softly, Softly: Task Force), BBC, 1975.
Peter Flynn, "The Man with the Magic Touch," Within These Walls, ITV, 1976.
"Charades," Play for Today, BBC1, 1977.
Nils Borg, "The Education of Nils Borg," Enemy at the Door, LWT, 1980.
Armitage, "A Present from Leipzig," Mr. Palfrey of Westminster, Thames, 1984.
Who Dares Wins, Channel 4, 1984.
Reader, "William at Christmas," Jackanory, BBC1, 1985.
The governor, "Vengeance on Varos: Part 1," Doctor Who, BBC, 1985.
Clive Markham, "Friends and Neighbours," Juliet Bravo, BBC, 1985.
Narrator and voice of boy, "The Reluctant Dragon," Long Ago and Far Away, PBS, 1989.
Voice, "The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship," Long Ago and Far Away, PBS, 1990.
Guest, Countdown, Channel 4, 1990, 1991, 2004, 2005.
Randall Rees, "Greeks Bearing Gifts," Inspector Morse, ITV, 1991, then in Inspector Morse, Series VII, PBS, 1994.
Maurice Howling, "The Girl from Ipanema," Murder Most Horrid, BBC1, 1991.
Malcolm Ashforth, "Message in a Bottle," Boon, ITV, 1992.
Bart, "Making Waves," Casualty, BBC1, 1992.
Himself, Telly Addicts, BBC, 1993.
Adam Bailey, "Breaking the Broker," Lovejoy, Arts and Entertainment, 1994.
Cyril Ruddy/Edward Montgomery, "Another Killing in Cork," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1995.
Giles Havelock, "Deadly Bidding," Murder, She Wrote, CBS, 1995.
Harvey Wade, "Fun Time for Swingers," A Touch of Frost, ITV, 1996.
Major Cyril MacKendrick, "Pearly," Space: Above and Beyond, Fox, 1996.
Colin Draper, "The Deadliest Man Alive," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1996.
Voice of Breadmaster, "Tick vs. Europe," The Tick (animated), Fox, 1996.
Voice of Moses, "Moses," Testament: The Bible in Animation, HBO, 1997.
Voice, "The Luck of the Irish," Extreme Ghostbusters, syndicated, 1997.
Professor Jarvis, "Mayfly," Space Island One, 1998.
Voice, Max Steel, The WB, 2000.
Voice of Nergal, "Son of Nergal/Sister Grim/Go Kart–3000!," Grim & Evil (animated; also known as The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy), Cartoon Network, 2003.
Today with Des and Mel, ITV, 2003.
Brian Tennant, "Monstrous Regiment," Doctors, BBC, 2004.
Voice of Nergal, "Which Came First?/Substitute Teacher," Grim & Evil (animated; also known as The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy), Cartoon Network, 2004.
Voice of Nergal, "Runaway Pants/Scythe 2.0," Grim & Evil (animated; also known as The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy), Cartoon Network, 2005.
Voice of Nergal, "Reap Walking/The Loser from the Earth's Core," Grim & Evil (animated; also known as The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy), Cartoon Network, 2005.
Voices of William and Bartok, "Meet the Parent," The Life and Times of Juniper Lee (animated), Cartoon Network, 2005.
Voices of William and King Teddy, "June's Egg–cellent Adventure: Juniper Lee Meets the Easter Bunny," The Life and Times of Juniper Lee (animated), Cartoon Network, 2006.
Himself, Loose Women, 2006.
Himself, "Actors vs. Writers," University Challenge, BBC, 2006.
Breakfast, BBC, 2006.
Television Appearances; Other:
The Life Revolution, 1967.
Nicholas Nickleby, 1968.
Crown House, 1989.
Charles Longmuir, The Good Guys, 1992.
Library of Romance, 1993.
Pebble Mill, 1993.
House Party, 1993.
Touch of Love, 1994.
Nation's Favourite Children's Book, 1997.
Sebastian, Twelfth Night, Library Theatre, Manchester, England, 1962.
Drummer, Cockade, New Arts Theatre, London, 1963.
Franz Delanoue, Poor Bitos, New Arts Theatre, 1963, then Duke of York's Theatre, London, both 1964.
Octavius Robinson, Man and Superman, New Arts Theatre, then Vaudeville Theatre, London, both 1966.
Owen Gereth, The Spoils of Poynton, Mayfair Theatre, London, 1969.
Piers Cramp, The Bandwagon, Mermaid Theatre, London, 1969.
Jack Absolute, The Rivals, Thorndike Theatre, Leatherhead, England, and University Theatre, New York City, 1972.
Title role, Hamlet, Festival of British Theatre, Theatre Royal, Windsor, England, 1973.
Arnold Champion–Cheney, The Circle, Chichester Festival, Chichester, then Haymarket Theatre, London, 1976.
Edward VIII, The Woman I Love, Churchill Theatre, Bromley, England, 1978.
Caught in the Act, Garrick Theatre, London, 1981.
Ernest, The Importance of Being Earnest, National Theatre, London, 1982.
"274," Victoria Station, National Theatre, 1983.
Hector, The Trojan War Will Not Take Place, Lyttelton Theatre, London, 1983.
Woman in Mind, Vaudeville Theatre, 1986–87.
The Perfect Party, Greenwich Theatre, London, 1987–88.
Jerome, Henceforward, Vaudeville Theatre, 1989.
Viktor, The Exchange, Vaudeville Theatre, 1990, then Los Angeles, 1992.
Sir Andrew Aguecheeck, Twelfth Night, Playhouse Theatre, London, 1991.
Dennis, Just between Ourselves, Greenwich Theatre, 1992.
Title role, Leo in Love, Nuffield Theatre, Southampton, England, 1992.
Make and Break, Los Angeles, 1993.
Man of the Moment, Los Angeles, 1994.
On Approval, Playhouse Theatre, 1994.
Table Manners, Los Angeles Theatre Works, Los Angeles, 1995.
Narrator, Peter and the Wolf (concert), Barbican Theatre, London, 1997.
The Doctor's Dilemma, Almeida Theatre, London, 1998.
Skylight, South Coast Repertory Theatre, Costa Mesa, CA, 1999.
Passion Play, Donmar Warehouse Theatre, London, 2000.
Title role, By Jeeves (musical), O'Reilly Theatre, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA, then Helen Hayes Theatre, New York City, both 2001.
Shadowlands, United States, 2001.
An Audience with Martin Jarvis, National Theatre, 2003.
"Pack of Lies," The Play's the Thing, Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles, 2004 (also recorded for future radio broadcasts).
Gielgud Centenary Gala, 2004.
Twelfth Night, Open Air Theatre at Regent's Park, London, 2005.
George, Honour, Wyndham's Theatre, London, 2006.
Appeared in Other Places and Precisely, British productions, and in The Country Wife and The Merchant of Venice.
Father Michael, The Prodigal Daughter, British cities, 1974.
Young Marlow, She Stoops to Conquer, Canadian cities and Hong Kong Arts Festival, 1978.
Title role, Leo in Love, British cities, 1992.
Mike, Secrets of a Windmill Girl, 1965.
Lieutenant Donald Wilcox, The Last Escape (also known as O.S.S.), United Artists, 1970.
Jeremy Secker, Taste the Blood of Dracula, 1970.
Inspector Jack Mitchell, Buster, Hemdale Releasing, 1988.
Papa, Emily's Ghost, 1992.
Dover's agent, Calliope, 1993.
Monsieur De Renal, Scarlet and Black, Miramax, 1993.
Sir Cosmo Duff Gordon, Titanic, Paramount, 1997.
Mr. X, The Kid with X–ray Eyes, 1999.
J. B., Mrs. Caldicot's Cabbage War, 2000.
Old luvvie, Beginner's Luck, Guerilla Films, 2001.
Richard, Framed, 2006.
Member of Australian voice group, Jackie Chan's First Strike (also known as First Strike, Police Story 4, Police Story 4: First Strike, Police Story 4: Piece of Cake, Police Story 4: Story of the CIA, Story of the CIA, and Jing cha gu shi IV: Jian dan ren wu), New Line Cinema, 1996.
Radio Appearances; Series:
Lord Illingworth, A Woman of No Importance, 1991.
Reader, Excalibur, BBC–4, 1998.
Dennis Potter Stories, 1998.
Colonel Clay, 1998.
M Is for Mother, 1999.
The Doctor's Dilemma, 1999.
Woman in Mind, 2000.
Performed as Charles Dickens, The Best of Times; voice performer for the series Jarvis' Frayn (solo show) and Speak after the Beep; participant in more than 1,000 other radio broadcasts, including more than 100 "Just William" stories.
Dennis Potter Stories, 1998.
Colonel Clay, 1998.
The Doctor's Dilemma, 1999.
Woman in Mind, 2000.
Producer of the radio broadcast Speak after the Beep.
Inappropriate Behaviour, 2002.
A Tribute to Finchie, 2003.
Afternoons with Roger, 2003.
The Trial of Walter Raleigh, 2003.
Forever Mine, 2004.
Teacher's Pet, 2005.
Audio Books; Reader:
Where Eagles Dare, by Alistair MacLean, DH Audio, 1985.
Just William's Luck, by Richmal Crompton, BBC Audiobooks, 1988.
Summer's Lease, by John Clifford Mortimer, Chivers Audio Books, 1989.
Just William: BBC Radio Collection, by Richmal Crompton, BBC Audiobooks, 1990, new edition, 2001.
The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar, by Roald Dahl, Chivers Children's Audio Books, 1990.
My Girl in Skin Tight Jeans & Other Stories, by William Boyd, CSA Telltapes, 1991.
Checkmate, by Jeffrey Archer, DH Audio, 1992.
Best of 2nd World War Poetry, CSA Telltapes, 1993.
Emily's Ghost, by Colin Finbow, CSA Telltapes, 1993.
Scarlet and Black, by Stendhal, CSA Telltapes, 1993.
Tales from Shakespeare, by Charles Lamb and Mary Lamb, CSA Word, 1993.
The Trick of It, by Michael Frayn, CSA Telltapes, 1993.
Concorde Playhouse (series), 1994–95.
Just William, by Richmal Crompton, CSA Word, 1994.
Martin Chuzzlewit, by Charles Dickens, Trafalgar Square, 1994.
Rudyard Kipling's Plain Tales from the Hills, Cimino Publishing Group, 1994.
Billy Bunter of Greyfriars School, by Frank Richards, CSA Telltapes, 1995.
Chapter of Accidents, by Jeffrey Archer, DH Audio, 1995.
The "Daily Telegraph" Short Stories, CSA Telltapes, 1995.
The "Daily Telegraph" Short Stories 2, CSA Telltapes, 1995.
The Forsytes, by Sue Dawson, Random House Audiobooks, 1995.
The History of World War Two, by Anthony Farrar–Hockley and Ludovic Kennedy, Listen for Pleasure, 1995.
The History of World War Two: The Battles of the Oceans, 1940–1944, by Anthony Farrar–Hockley and Ludovic Kennedy, Listen for Pleasure, 1995.
The History of World War Two: The World Will Hold Its Breath, 1941–42, by Anthony Farrar–Hockley and Ludovic Kennedy, Listen for Pleasure, 1995.
The History of World War Two: Trials of Strength 1939–41, by Anthony Farrar–Hockley and Ludovic Kennedy, Listen for Pleasure, 1995.
The Story of D–Day, by Stephen Badsey, Listen for Pleasure, 1995.
Great Trials, by Oscar Wilde, Tangled Web, 1996.
Black Beauty, by Anna Sewell, Penguin Audio, 1996, new edition, Penguin Children's Audiobooks, 1997.
Orchard Book of Fairytales, by Rose Impey, Orchard Books, new edition, 1996.
Ralph Richardson, by John Miller, Macmillan Audio Books, 1996.
A Night to Remember, by Walter Lord, Audio Partners, 1997.
10 Lb. Penalty, by Dick Francis, Putnam Audio, 1997.
Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens, 1998.
David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens, Cover to Cover Cassettes, 1998.
The Titanic Sinks! A Night to Remember, by Walter Lord, 1998.
The Eleventh Commandment, by Jeffrey Archer, Harper Audio, 1998.
England, Their England, by A. G. Macdonell, CSA Word, 1998.
Felix in the Underworld, by John Clifford Mortimer, Chivers Audiobooks, 1998.
Field of Thirteen, by Dick Francis, Putnam Berkley Audio, 1998.
Hard Times, by Charles Dickens, Chivers Audiobooks, 1998.
Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens, Audio Partners, 1998.
Billy Bunter's Postal Order, CSA Word, 1998.
Ovid's Art of Love, Audio Partners, 1998.
The Third Man, by Graham Greene, Audio Partners, 1998.
Carry On, Jeeves, by P. G. Wodehouse, Audio Partners, 1999.
Chinese Classic Stories, by Lu Xun, Rickshaw Productions, 1999.
The Drowning People, by Richard Mason, Time Warner, 1999.
Jarvis's Frayn, CSA Telltapes, 1999.
Jimmy, by Richmal Crompton, CSA Word, 1999.
Nicholas Nickleby, by Charles Dickens, Hodder Headline Audiobooks, 1999.
Acting Strangely: A Funny Kind of Life, by Martin Jarvis, Chivers Audio Books, 2000.
Complete Chronicles of Narnia, by C. S. Lewis, BBC Audiobooks, 2000.
Fairy Tales, by Rose Impey, Orchard Books, 2000.
A Falcon Flies, by Wilbur Smith, Macmillan Audio Books, 2000.
Matter of Honour, by Jeffrey Archer, Trafalgar Square, 2000.
Men of Men, by Wilbur Smith, Macmillan Audio Books, 2000.
Ouch!, by Natalie Babbitt, Live Oak Media, 2000.
A Quiver Full of Arrows–Volume 1, by Jeffrey Archer, Trafalgar Square, 2000.
A Quiver Full of Arrows–Volume 2, by Jeffrey Archer, Trafalgar Square, 2000.
Shattered, by Dick Francis, Putnam Berkley Audio, 2000.
A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens, Chivers Audio Books, 2000.
Trials of Oscar Wilde, CSA Telltapes, 2000.
The Angels Weep, by Wilbur Smith, Macmillan U.K., 2001.
Classic Stories of the New Testament, CSA Telltapes, 2001.
The Doctor's Dilemma, by Bernard Shaw, Los Angeles Theatre Works, 2001.
Goodbye, Mr. Chips, by James Hilton, Media Books Audio Publishing, 2001.
Great Expectations, by Charles Dickens, Media Books Audio Publishing, 2001.
Plain Tales from the Hills, by Rudyard Kipling, Media Books Audio Publishing, 2001.
True Confessions of Adrian Albert Mole, by Sue Townsend, Sound Entertainment, 2001.
David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens, Audio Partners, 2002.
Family Matters, by Rohinton Mistry, New Millennium Audio, 2002.
The Mighty Johns, by David Baldacci, Brad Meltzer, and Anne Perry, New Millennium Audio, 2002.
My Man Jeeves, by P. G. Wodehouse, Audio Partners, 2002.
The Wind in the Willows, by Kenneth Grahame, Naxos Audio–Books, 2002.
101 Dalmatians, by Dodie Smith, Listening Library, 2002.
Billy Bunter and the Blue Mauritius, by Frank Richards, CSA Word, 2002.
Bootleg, by Alex Shearer, CSA Telltapes, 2002.
Classic Love Stories, CSA Word, 2002.
Just William, by Walt Coburn, Sound Library, 2002.
Just William at Christmas, by Richmal Crompton, CSA Word, 2002.
Lamb's Tales from Shakespeare, by Charles Lamb and Mary Lamb, CSA Word, 2002.
Sons of Fortune, by Jeffrey Archer, Macmillan Audio Books, 2002.
Speak after the Beep, by Michael Frayn, CSA Telltapes, 2002.
Spies, by Michael Frayn, Chivers Audio Books, 2002.
Stig of the Dump, by Clive King, Chivers Press, 2002.
The Unpleasantness at the Bellona Club: BBC Radio Collection, by Dorothy L. Sayers, BBC Audiobooks, 2002.
Wilbur Smith—Audio: Bound to Talk, Pan Macmillan, 2002.
The Wind in the Willows, by Kenneth Grahame, Naxos Audiobooks, 2002.
Bunter Does His Best, by Frank Richards, CSA Word, 2003.
Eulalie and the Hopping Head, by David Small, Live Oak Media, 2003.
Metamorphosis, by Franz Kafka, Naxos Audio Books, 2003.
More William, by Richmal Crompton, BBC Audiobooks America, 2003.
A Prison Diary, by Jeffrey Archer, New Millennium Audio, 2003.
As the Crow Flies, by Jeffrey Archer, Audio Renaissance, 2004.
Billy Bunter's Bank Note, by Frank Richards, CSA Word, 2004.
Broadway Jeeves: The Diary of a Theatrical Adventure, by Martin Jarvis, New Millennium, 2004.
Cautionary Verses, by Hilaire Belloc, CSA Word, 2004.
David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens, CSA Word, 2004.
Fantastic Mr. Fox and Other Animal Stories, by Roald Dahl, Puffin Books, 2004.
First Among Equals, by Jeffrey Archer, Audio Renaissance, 2004.
The Historian, by Elizabeth Kostova, Little, Brown Adult, 2004.
Jarvis & Frayn Incorporated, by Michael Frayn, CSA Word, 2004.
Pack of Lies, by Hugh Whitemore, Los Angeles Theatre-Works, 2005.
Piccadilly Jim, by P. G. Wodehouse, CSA Word, 2005.
Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog), by Jerome K. Jerome, Naxos Audiobooks, 2005.
The Unabridged Just William Collection, by Richmal Crompton, CSA Word, 2005.
The Diary of a Nobody, by George Grossmith and Weedon Grossmith, Naxos of America, 2006.
A Dickens Trilogy, by Charles Dickens, CSA Word, 2006.
A Dickens Trilogy 2, by Charles Dickens, CSA Word, 2006.
The Essential King James Bible: Complete Stories from the Old and New Testaments, Audio Partners, 2006.
A Pelican at Blandings, by P. G. Wodehouse, CSA Word, 2006.
Read at Home: Level 1a, Funny Fish Book (accompanies book of same title), Oxford University Press, 2006.
Short Stories, CSA Word, 2006.
A Twist in the Tale, by Jeffrey Archer, Macmillan Audio Books, 2006.
Jarvis also recorded several "Just William" stories to accompany print versions of Crompton's books.
Himself, Twentieth Century Blues: The Songs of Noel Coward, 1998.
Voice of Sheriff of Nottingham, Robin Hood: Defender of the Crown (video game), Capcom of America, 2003.
Himself, Tales of Isop, 2005.
Goodbye, Mr. Chips (based on work by James Hilton), BBC, 1973 (also performed on television).
Bright Boy, BBC, published by Samuel French, 1977.
Promo, BBC, 1986.
Adaptations include twenty "Just William" stories by Richard Crompton, for BBC, 1972–76.
Adaptor, "William at Christmas," Jackanory, BBC1, 1985.
Acting Strangely: A Funny Kind of Life (autobiography), Methuen, 1999.
Broadway Jeeves, New Millennium, 2004.
Author of short stories. Columnist for Radio Times. Contributor to periodicals, including Daily Mail, Evening Standard, High Life, Listener, Punch, Sunday Telegraph, and Tatler.
Jarvis, Martin, Acting Strangely: A Funny Kind of Life, Methuen, 1999.
Times (London), November 24, 1994, p. 18.
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