Arthur is a Geography graduate of the University of Durham and trained for the theatre at the Drama Studio London. Arthur recently filmed the Christmas special for The Keith and Paddy Picture Show. On radio Arthur was heard on Radio 4 as Alan in Martyn Hesford’s Give Dotty A Chance, and as Mr. Hobbs in Toby Hadoke’s Grand Designs Of The Third Kind.  Recent theatre saw Arthur as The Manager in the national tour of Ray Cooney’s Out of Order. Other recent work includes Richie Queenan in Father Brown (BBC 1), Pauncefort Quentin in Noel Coward’s The Vortex (Singapore), Monsignor O’Hara in Sister Act and Insp Coldwell in Fatal Encounter. He presented two programmes for Radio 4 Extra: Brian Blessed’s Radio Adventures and Arthur Bostrom’s Summer Holiday. Arthur also presented and co-wrote an edition of BBC Radio 4’s Word of Mouth series on the subject of the “double entendre”. Other recent work includes Berard in Birdsong (Original Theatre Company), Malvolio in Twelfth Night (Original Theatre Company), Martin in Hebburn (BBC2), Antonio in The Merchant Of Venice (Lancaster), Daniel in Can We Stop It There? (Library Theatre), Martin Parnaby in Doctors (BBC1), Bishop of Lax in See How They Run at the Royal Exchange Manchester, The Good Soldier Svejk (Radio 4) and Horne and Corden (BBC 3). Other theatre work includes Njegus in The Merry Widow for Carl Rosa Opera (National Tour), Sir Lucius O’ Trigger in The Rivals with Gabrielle Drake and Michael Jayston (National Tour), Roger in Anyone for Breakfast? and Bedside Manners with Tim Brooke-Taylor, and Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night with Kate O’Mara.  At the Lyric Studio he played Kenyon in the premiere of Rodney Clark’s acclaimed play My Native Land.  He has worked in many UK repertory theatres: notably playing the lead part of Aubrey Allington in Tons of Money at West Yorkshire Playhouse, Jerome in Three Men in a Boat at Exeter and PG Wodehouse’s Candlelight at Watford Palace Theatre.  Arthur is best known for playing Crabtree in the classic TV comedy ‘Allo ‘Allo! which ran from 1984 to 1993, the stage version of which toured the UK, Australia and New Zealand as well as five seasons in London’s West End.  Other TV appearances include Miss Marple: The Body in the Library, Return to Treasure Island and 99-1. He was one of three judges for the 2012 Portico Prize for literature. Arthur is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.






Continuing work for SYNGENTA

Divinity: Original Sin 2: Male player – Larian Studios

Manchester City – corporate video commentary


Outlook Creative Group

Peppa Pig TV V/O

Clangers TV V/O

WAKFU- Netflix series 1 and 2. Characters: NOX and QILBY (Leads)