About Stephen Moore
Stephen began working in casting in 2001. He assisted Kate Rhodes James for two years, working on such films as I Capture the Castle, and TV dramas including Byron, He Knew He Was Right and The Inspector Lynley Mysteries. Between 2003 and 2006, Stephen assisted Nina Gold and worked on a variety of projects including the feature films Sahara, Starter for Ten and Hot Fuzz, as well as the HBO series, Rome.
In 2006, Stephen cast the London production of the play, The Exonerated, directed by Bob Balaban. The Exonerated ran for 16 weeks at the Riverside Studios, and featured a cast of visiting guest stars, including Aidan Quinn, Stockard Channing, Kristin Davis, Alanis Morisette, Danny Glover, Peri Gilpin, Gina McKee and Martin Freeman.
Between 2006 and 2014, Stephen was a Casting Director based in-house at the BBC, where he cast series such as Father Brown and Land Girls, as well as many episodes of the continuing dramas, EastEnders and Doctors.
In the West End, Stephen cast the 2012 revival of Jonathan Guy Lewis’s play, Our Boys, which starred Laurence Fox, Arthur Darvill and Matthew Lewis. Recent theatre work includes James Graham’s play, Monster Raving Loony, and The Boys in the Band starring Mark Gatiss.
Most recently, Stephen returned to the BBC to cast a few episodes of Casualty and Doctors, and he also cast the critically-acclaimed revival of Joe Orton’s Loot which enjoyed a sold-out run at The Park Theatre and at The Watermill.
Stephen is currently casting a new play for Theatre Royal Plymouth, and two other plays originally seen in Plymouth – The Here and This and Now and The War Has Not Yet Started – will be performed in rep at Southwark Playhouse in early 2018.
Stephen is a member of the Casting Directors’ Guild of Great Britain and Ireland.