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Oliver Mackwood with Debbie Hicks and Tim Johanson in association with Park Theatre presents

Dinner With Friends

by Donald Margulies

Hari Dhillon | Tom
Shaun Dooley | Gabe
Sara Stewart | Karen
Finty Williams | Beth


Hari Dhillon | Tom

UK theatre credits include: Disgraced (dir. Nadia Fall), Mother Teresa Is Dead (dir. Simon Usher), The Idiots (dir. Lindsey Posner), Naga Mandala (dir. Sita Ramamurthy), As You Like It (dir. Robert Shaw), Franziska (dir. Georgina de Welie). U.S. theatre credits include: Disgraced (dir. Kimberly Senior), Morbidity & Morality (dir. Loretta Greco), A Perfect Wedding (dir. Gordon Davidson), Drifting Elegant (dir. Amy Glazer). Film: Take Down, The Ground Beneath her Feet, Cradle 2 the Grave, Lawless Heart, State of the Party, Eleven One Ninety Seven, Entrapment. Television: Criminal Minds (CBS), Midsomer Murders (ITV), Law & Order (NBC), The Mysteries of Laura (NBC), Holby City (BBC), The Mentalist (CBS), The Loop (Fox), Without a Trace (CBS), Mr. Nice Guy (ABC), Medium (NBC), Charmed (CW), Trial & Retribution (ITV). 



Shaun Dooley | Gabe

Shaun Dooley is an English actor who has worked extensively in television, film and on stage in the UK. Most recently seen playing Ricky Gillespie in the second series of Broadchurch on ITV and DC Carl Hawkins in CUFFS for the BBC. In 2014 he won Best Supporting Actor at the BBC Audio drama Awards. In 2007 he won Best Actor at the Royal Television Awards North for his role in The Mark of Cain.

Theatre includes: The Dark Earth and the Light Sky (Almeida Theatre), Blok/Eko (The Wrestling School), Stovepipe (Hightide, Bush Theatre), Summer Begins (Iceni Productions), The White Devil (Lyric Hammersmith), Making Noise Quietly (Oxford Stage Company). Brassed Off (Sheffield Crucible and National Theatre).

Television includes: Cuffs, The GameHoff the Record, BroadchurchOrdinary Lies, The Red Riding Trilogy, This Is England 90, Misfits, Married Single Other, Great Expectations, Our World War, WolfbloodBenidormExile, Vincent, The Street, Murphy's Law, ApparitionsHustle, Child of Mine, South Riding, The Road to Coronation Street, Inspector George GentlyEastenders, Silent Witness, Coronation Street, Mobile & Dalziel & Pascoe.

Film includes: Blood Moon, Eden Lake, The Woman in Black, Offender, The Borrowers, Rachel, The Awakening, Junkhearts, Salvage, Kandahar Break, The Appointment, The Mark of Cain.

 Sara Stewart | Karen


Sara Stewart has worked extensively in theatre, television and film. Theatre includes: Hay Fever, Enron (West End), Six Degrees of Separation (Old Vic), The Hour We Knew Nothing Of Each Other and Present Laughter (National Theatre), The Pain and the Itch and Etta Jenks (Royal Court), Proof (Donmar Warehouse), A Month in the Country and Troilus and Cressida (RSC), Outcry (Cheek by Jowl), Heartbreak House (Chichester Festival), Serious Money (Birmingham Rep), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Lyric, Belfast). Television includes: Dr Foster, Crossing Lines, Mr Selfridge, Quirke, Fresh Meat, Sugar Rush, Midsomer Murders, Pramface, Strikeback, New Tricks, Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Robin Hood, A Very Social Secretary, Sugar Rush, Rebus, NCS Manhunt. Film includes: The Face of an Angel, Philomena, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, Genova, Batman Begins and Mrs Brown

Finty Williams | Beth

Theatre credits include: The Vote (The Donmar Warehouse + More 4), The Armour (Defibrillator at the Langham Hotel), Macbeth (Shakespeare’s Globe), The Lightning Child (Shakespeare’s Globe), Volcano (Vaudeville), Luise Miller (Donmar Warehouse), Twelfth Night (National Theatre), Bedlam (Shakespeare’s Globe), Bedroom Farce (Rose Theatre, Kingston & Duke of York’s), Tons of Money (Theatre Royal, Windsor & Tour), Party Piece, Bedroom Farce and One For The Pot (all for Theatre Royal, Windsor), The Chiltern Hundred (Windsor, Chichester, West End), The Secret Life of Charlie Chaplin (The Pleasance Theatre, Edinburgh Festival), Taking Steps (Derby Playhouse), Northanger Abbey (Queens Theatre, Hornchurch), Black Comedy (Bedlam Theatre, Edinburgh Festival), The Misanthrope (Pentameters Theatre), Lloyd George Knew My Father (Watermill Theatre, Newbury), The Clandestine Marriage (Tour & Queen’s Theatre), and Pride and Prejudice (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester). Her television credits include: Cranford – series 1 and 2 (BBC), Born and Bred (BBC), Tales From The Crypt (HBO), The Torch (BBC) and Doc Martin (ITV). Film credits include: Delicious (dir Tammy Riley-Smith), The Good Night (dir Jake Paltrow) and Gosford Park (Dir Robert Altman).