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Dylan graduated from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2001 immediately joining the National Theatre in John Osborne's Luther (dir. Peter Gill). He then joined the RSC as The Clown in The Winters Tale set in the Southern States of America (dir. Matthew Warchus), Adrian in The Tempest (dir. Michael Boyd) The Pardoner in Chaucer's Canterbury Tales (dir. Greg Doran), and Fisherman in Pericles (dir. Adrian Noble).
Other theatre includes Les Liaisons Dangereuses (dir. Samuel West), The Rivals (dir. Rachel Kavanagh), PIAF (dir. Tim Sheader) and The White Devil (dir. Jonathan Munby).
TV credits include Canterbury Tales -The Wife of Bath (BBC), Waking the Dead (BBC), Murder in Suburbia (Granada), Mine All Mine (BBC), Battlefield Britain (BBC), Family Business (ITV), Loving Ludmilla (Channel 4), Criminal Justice 2 (BBC), as well as numerous commercials in the UK and abroad.
Radio credits include 'Vianello' in Donna Leon's The Anonymous Venetian for Radio 4, directed by Jane Morgan.
Dylan also fronted the McDonalds Deli Choice Range ad. campaign on both TV and Radio (please see Videos).
Dylan's native dialect is London, although he has strong Welsh roots, spending much of his childhood in his father's home town of Llanelli.