Ian Houghton is an experienced actor, presenter and voiceover artist with an ever increasing profile in this highly competitive industry.
Ian spent 2014 to 2016 appearing in the National Theatre's production of War Horse at the New London Theatre performing the dual roles of Sergeant Allan and Soldat Manfred.
2013 saw Ian appearing alongside Dame Helen Mirren in The Audience at the Gielgud Theatre playing the roles of Edward Heath, Wilson's Detective and the Policeman.
During 2012 Ian starred in the National Tour of hit One-man Show Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus based on the multi-million selling book by John Gray.
Ian's West End debut was in 2010/11 covering and playing the role of Jim Hacker in Yes, Prime Minister at the Gielgud Theatre. Other recent credits include Robert and Bernard in the UK National Tour of Boeing Boeing, Captain Tock in The Fastest Clock in the Universe at the Old Red Lion, The Super in Unrestless for the Old Vic New Voices, Mr Carter & Mr Ayres in What's Wrong With Angry? at the Kings Head Theatre and David O Selznick in the award winning Moonlight & Magnolias at the Hertford Theatre.
TV work includes Harley and the Davidsons, Mr Selfridge, Call The Midwife, The Great Outdoors, Eastenders, Holby City, Waking the Dead, M I High and Moving Wallpaper whilst film credits include RocknRolla (Guy Ritchie) and Breaking & Entering (Anthony Minghella).