Clint Dyer


Clint is an acclaimed Director, Writer and Actor. Most recently, he reopened the National Theatre with Death of England: Delroy, which he directed and co-wrote with Roy Williams.

Directing credits include: The Big Life (Theatre Royal Stratford East/Apollo, West end),  The Westbridge (Royal Court), Kingston 14 (Theatre Royal Stratford East).

Writing & Directing credits include: Death of England (National Theatre), Sylvia Plath (Royal Court), The Happy Tragedy of Being Woke (Complicité) – co-directed with Simon McBurney.

Writing credits include: The Big Idea – The New Order (Royal Court), Starter Motor – part of Soon Gone Windrush Monologues (BBC), Redacted – The Lock Down Plays Podcast, 846 – Stratford East, My White Best friend/3.3 - Royal Court Theatre.

Acting credits include: For Stage – Clint has worked with the likes of Mike Leigh, Simon McBurney, Dominic Cooke, Michael Attenborough, Ian Brown, Mike Bradwell, Madani Younis, Gbolahan Obisesan, Dawn Walton and Philip Hedley. He starred in the Oliver Award-winning Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (National Theatre).

For Film – Mine, Sus, The Trail, Cherps, Mr Inbetween, Everybody Love Sunshine, Love Me Still, Act of Vengeance, The Club, Montana, Unknown, Sahara, Agora, Mr Bean 2 and Shopping.

For Television – Black Mirror, Timewasters, Death in Paradise, Fallout, Trial & Retribution, Dalziel & Pascoe, Inspector Linley, The Commander, Lock Stock, Thief Takers, Prime Suspect.

Awards include: Best Actor – I.A.R Awards (for Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom),  British Urban Film Awards, Screen Nation Film and Television Awards, Liege International Film Festival and The Texas Black Film Festival (for SUS).