Ralph was recently heard narrating 'Countryside 999' on BBC1.
Probably best known as Chris 'Finchy' Finch in BAFTA nominated 'The Office'. His face pops up regularly in everything, most recently in Julian Fellowes' production of 'Titanic', 'Game of Thrones' (HBO), and 'The Body Farm'.
Other TV credits include: 'Secret State', 'Magnolia', 'Coronation Street', 'This Life', 'Kavanagh QC', 'Daziel & Pascoe', 'A&E', 'Spooks'. Ralph also played the part of Luke Mullen in the long running BBC series 'Playing The Field'.
Documentaries include: 'Salvage Hunters', 'Bear's Wild Weekend with....', 'Inside Gatwick', 'History of Wimbledon', 'Licence to Drill', 'Adrenaline Junkie', 'Dating The Enemy', 'Great Big March', '1660 Challenge', 'Comedy Club' and 'When Comedy Changed Forever'.
Film credits include: Mike's Newell's 'Great Expectations', Death Eater, Amycus Carrow in 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' parts 1 and 2 and 'Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince'; Mike Leigh's 'Another Year'; Ridley Scott's 'Robin Hood'; 'The Damned United'; 'From Hell'; 'Shooting Fish' and 'First Knight'.
He has a reputation as a hugely professional performer, who rarely needs more than one take. Ralph's voice has such depth - he's Yorkshire's Barry White.