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Masterclass with Samuel Roukin

Samuel Roukin is best known for his role as the villainous John Graves Simcoe on AMC’s "TURN: Washington’s Spies". Samuel began his career as an actor in British theater including roles in Trevor Nunn’s "Hamlet" at The Old Vic; Padraic in "The Lieutenant of Inishmore" at Leicester Curve; For the National Theatre, Bijan Sheibani’s "The Kitchen"; Sir Nicholas Hytner’s "His Dark Materials" and "Henry IV" Parts 1 & 2. Samuel also spent a season at The Royal Shakespeare Company in the lead role of Pip in Declan Donnellan’s adaptation of "Great Expectations". Most recently on Broadway, Samuel played Valvert in The Roundabout’s production of "Cyrano de Bergerac". 

On TV he can be seen in "Counterpart", "Agents of Shield", "The Librarians", "The Magicians", "Salem", "Housewife 49", "Appropriate Adult", and "Richard II", produced by Sam Mendes. Samuel's feature film debut was in the Oscar®-nominated "Happy-Go-Lucky", directed by Mike Leigh. Other films include Jane Campion’s "Bright Star", David Yates’ "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows", "Equity" and the 2020 Feature "A Call To Spy". Samuel has voiced over 40 audio books and in the past year alone has won three Earphone Awards for his work.


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