Early life and education
Jephcott played the Duke of Stowbridge in series 3 episode 20 of Tropical Heat, entitled "Royal Pain". Other roles include Sir Andrew Ffoulkes in The Scarlet Pimpernel, Mount in Good and Bad at Games, Reggie in The Jewel in the Crown, Det. Sgt. Hobson BA in The Beiderbecke Affair (later Det. Insp. Hobson PhD in The Beiderbecke Connection), Capt. Sandy Ransom in "Rumpole and the Bright Seraphim", Magnus Strove in Paradise Postponed, David Warner in The Bill, George Compton in A Touch of Frost, Dr. Sam Fallowfield in Dalziel and Pascoe, Simon Dymock in Judge John Deed, Suspicious Monk in Relic Hunter, Father Jonathan in Doctors, Peter Gosford in Casualty and Alistair Taylor in Holby City. He was David Durance in the first London production of Indian Ink.
Jephcott appeared in two episodes of Midsomer Murders as two different characters; "Death's Shadow" and seven years later in 2006, "Four Funerals and a Wedding".
His film credits include All Quiet on the Western Front (1979), the horror film Inseminoid (1981), The Opium War (1997) and O Jerusalem (2006). Jephcott has also worked in radio including the part of Marlowe in The Christopher Marlowe Mysteries. This aired briefly on BBC Radio 4 in 1993.
|Year||Film or Television||Role||Ref|
|1979||All Quiet on the Western Front||Peter Leer|
|1980||War Game||Untersturmbannfuhrer Kleist|
|1981||All's Well That Ends Well||Second French Lord|
|1982||Stalky and Co.
Part 5 "A Little Prep"
|1982||The Scarlet Pimpernel||Sir Andrew Ffoulkes|
|1982||A New Life||Sebastian|
|1982||Ivan the Ninny||Brother|
|1983||Good and Bad at Games||Mount|
|1983||The Aerodrome||Flt Lieut Mark|
|1984||The Jewel in the Crown
Episode 1 "Crossing the River"
|1985||Oliver Twist Parts 8, 10 and 11||Harry Maylie|
|1985||That Was a Very Funny Evening||cast member|
|2001-2002||Holby City||Alistair Taylor|
|2004||The Brief||Donald Bell|
|Note: This table is incomplete and Jephcott's filmography from 1985 to 2013 can be found at here|
Theatre performances (selected)
|1994||Gaucho||Doug Lucie||Spencer Taplow||Hampstead Theatre|
|2007||Fallujah||Jonathan Holmes||US general||Truman Brewery|
|2008||Scenes from a Marriage||Peter, Arne||Ingmar Bergman||Belgrade Theatre, Coventry|
|2015-2016||King Charles III||Mike Bartlett||UK tour|
- "Dominic Jephcott". British Film Institute. Retrieved April 14, 2019.
- "Dominic Jephcott". Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Retrieved April 14, 2019.
- Hebert, Hugh (9 December 1983). "Gentlemen v Players - Hugh Hebert reviews Good And Bad At Games". The Guardian. London, England. p. 14. Retrieved 15 April 2019.
- "Al Green, Sonny Rollins & 'Beiderbecke Affair' DVDs out January 27 from Acorn Media". All About Jazz. 16 January 2009. Retrieved 21 April 2019.
- Gallagher, William (2017). The Beiderbecke Affair. Bloomsbury Publishing. pp. 34, 42, 129–130. ISBN 9781844577323. Retrieved 21 April 2019.
- Johnson, Garry (17 November 2001). "Bed Hopping". The Sun. p. 3, TV Week. Retrieved 20 April 2019.
- Peake, Jon (3 August 2002). "On a knife's edge..." The Sun. p. 23. Retrieved 20 April 2019.
- Tom Stoppard (4 April 2013). Indian Ink. Faber & Faber. pp. 6–. ISBN 978-0-571-30081-5. Retrieved 14 April 2019.
- Styan, J. L. (1984). All's Well that Ends Well. Manchester University Press. p. 48. ISBN 9780719009990. Retrieved 21 April 2019.
- Cochran, Peter (2014). Small-Screen Shakespeare. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. p. 289. ISBN 9781443869690. Retrieved 21 April 2019.
- HOOKS, BARBARA (18 November 2004). "CRITIC'S VIEW - FRIDAY". The Age. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. p. 18, Green Guide. Retrieved 20 April 2019.
- Coveney, Michael (30 October 1994). "Theatre: Words used as weapons". The Observer. London, England. p. 12, Review. Retrieved 20 April 2019.
- Peter, John (13 May 2007). "Fallujah". The Sunday Times. p. 18. Retrieved 20 April 2019.
- Hart, Christopher (20 January 2008). "Love hurts - but why does it feel so good?". The Sunday Times. p. 18. Retrieved 20 April 2019.
- Benedict, David (21 January 2008). "SCENES FROM A MARRIAGE". Variety. 409 (9): 42. Retrieved 20 April 2019.
- "Mike Bartlett's KING CHARLES III UK Tour Announces Extension, Thru Spring 2016". BroadwayWorld. 3 November 2015. Retrieved 21 April 2019.