ROBERT DONALD became a professional actor in 1994 after a 35 year career as a pilot in the Royal Air Force. Following training with The Acting Company of the Arts Educational (London) Schools, his first appearance was in Shreds and Fancies for the London New Play Festival at the Old Red Lion in Islington. He then understudied three parts at The Old Vic in Conversations With My Father, directed by Alan Ayckbourn. Work in London fringe theatre includes The Oedipus Table, A Week With Tony and The Grapes of Wrath (all at the Finborough Theatre), General Sergei Radzinski in Neat Garbage (King's Head Islington), also Rattlesnake and Colonel Stark in Calamity Jane, Matthew Harrison Brady in Inherit The Wind and Marcus Andronicus in Titus Andronicus (all at The Battersea Arts Centre). He has also understudied Joss Ackland in a national tour of The Gin Game. Film and TV credits include Anxiety, The Temple Project, The Last Days of a Condemned Man (Channel 4), The Governor (ITV), Class Act (ITV), No Bananas (BBC TV), and Porkpie (Channel 4).