Actor David Morrissey returns to the stage this month to co-star with Steven Mackintosh and Kira Sternbach in the European premiere of Neil LaBute’s In a Dark Dark House, directed by Michael Attenborough at the Almeida Theatre. Morrissey was last seen on the London stage in Three Days of Rain at the Donmar Warehouse in 1999, while his other theatre credits include Much Ado About Nothing, King John, Richard III, Edward IV and Twelfth Night. His television credits include Peter Morgan’s BAFTA Award-winning The Deal, in which he played Gordon Brown opposite Michael Sheen’s Tony Blair, State of Play with John Simm and Bill Nighy, Sense and Sensibility, Cape Wrath, Ripley’s Gold, Blackpool, Out of Control, Linda Green and Our Mutual Friend. Next month, he’ll appear in the 2008 Christmas special of Doctor Who. Morrissey’s film credits include The Waterhouse, The Other Boleyn Girl, Basic Instinct 2, The Reaping, Captain Correlli’s Mandolin and Hilary and Jackie. He has formed his own film production company, Tubedale Films, and has directed a number of TV dramas.