MCM: Pip Torrens, Part Two


Last week we featured some of Pip Torrens’ work from the first 20 years of his career, but there was so much there (seriously, he gets my vote for hardest working man on film), I had to split it into two sections. So, today we look at the second 20 years of Pip Torrens’ frock flick career to date. As with last week, some films will be missing from this list because I was unable to find images of him in them online, which is always a risk when you have a prolific character actor who takes a lot of smaller roles. That said, what I was able to find, I included here for your enjoyment!


Poirot: Taken at the Flood (2006)


Doctor Who: The Family of Blood & Human Nature (2007)


Miss Austen Regrets (2007)


Easy Virtue (2008)


Dorian Gray (2009)


My Week with Marilyn (2011)


War Horse (2011)


Anna Karenina (2012)


The Lady Vanishes (2013)


Grantchester (2014)


The Danish Girl (2015)


War & Peace (2016)


Hetty Feather (2018)


Versailles (2015-2018)


Death and Nightingales (2018)


Poldark (2015-2019)


The Nevers (2021)



What’s your favorite Pip Torrens historical role?

6 Responses

  1. Nico

    There is also the Crown (2018-18), where he plays the uptight and redoutable Queen’s secretary during the first two seasons.

  2. JenLof

    I was binging the UK version of Law and Order and Pip (we’re obv on first name basis) shows up repeatedly for the defense.

  3. India

    He’s one of those rare men who are even better looking bald than with hair. Lucky for him and lucky for us.

  4. Lily Lotus Rose

    In this batch it’s difficult to chose a favorite because he had multi-episode character arcs that really allowed him to build a presence over time. So, like I said last week, I can’t choose a favorite because he’s always good!


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