GRAHAM ROOS is a writer, director and producer whose works spans the media of Theatre, Film, TV, Radio, Opera and Poetry. He started his career under the aegis of the legendary impresario Alan Sievewright, artistic director of Iambic Productions, with whom he worked as personal assistant, assistant director and presenter for some of the most prestigious shows (both stage and TV) ever to come out of the United Kingdom
He has worked for The Royal Opera House, the London Sinfonietta and was poetry advisor to Harold Pinter’s Production of Time Regained at the National Theatre, directed by Di Trevis and in performance his appearances include The Cafe de Paris, The ICA, Riverside Studios, The Crazy Coqs, Chelsea Theatre, Southwark Playhouse and King's Place.
He has worked for the BBC (Ghostwatch– presenter), Channel 4 (Stalking Pete Doherty- presenter) and has directed and produced live opera for film and stage (St John’s Smith Square)
His play A Son of Many Fathers received a semi staged rehearsed reading with Sir Derek Jacobi at the European School of Young Performers and – Her Holiness The Pope - based on the life of Sister Pascalina Lehnert - companion to controversial WWII Pope Pius XII was staged at the Linbury Studios - LAMDA - in front of an invited audience
He has worked as a voice over artist, lecturer and presenter and has published two books of poems, a CD of spoken word and three of his short films have been official selection for the Portobello International Film Festival and his recent West End Show at the Crazy Coqs - An Evening with Vivien Leigh was a sell out.