Michael Troughton’s acting career is impressive, appearing in over 70 shows and movies. He’s been an actor, writer, and teacher for over 35 years. Michael is also the son of Patrick Troughton, the 2nd Doctor Who.
As shared on his Facebook page, “Troughton started his career as an A.S.M. at the Arts Theatre in London. He has appeared in many film and television roles, most notably as Sir Piers Fletcher-Dervish in The New Statesman from 1987 to 1992; and more recently, as Professor Albert in the Doctor Who 2014 Christmas special, ‘Last Christmas’. In 2005 after being fast tracked as a teacher he took five years out from acting to teach physics and drama at secondary school level. In 2010 he returned to his first love – writing and acting. He has two children, Matthew and Sally, and lives in Suffolk with his beautiful partner Roxy, and golden Spaniel Peter.”
Mr. Troughton has also narrated many audiobooks. According to the Tardis wikia, “He voiced Quendril in the Big Finish Doctor Who audio story Lords of the Red Planet, Menlove Stokes in The Romance of Crime and The Well-Mannered War, Roderick Purton in the Counter-Measures audio story The Concrete Cage and Major General Beresford in The Forgotten Village. He also portrayed Albert Smithe in the 2014 Christmas special Last Christmas.”
It’s both my pleasure, and honor to introduce Mr. Troughton as the narrator for Angst. I couldn’t be more excited that he is a part of my team, and I can’t wait to hear what he will bring to the story!