Ralf Little is an actor, writer and producer who has carved a successful career for himself as one of Britain's most enduring stars. His face has been flickering on our TV screens for two decades in well-known roles and he is an Olivier nominated regular at the Royal Court Theatre, National Theatre, and West End. He started on what is still considered one of the country’s most beloved sitcoms, THE ROYLE FAMILY - which earned thirteen BAFTA nominations and two wins - before going on to star as Jonny in the long-running and popular hit sitcom TWO PINTS OF LAGER AND A PACKET OF CRISPS. He has also appeared on numerous other popular TV series, including OUR ZOO (2014), LEWIS (2015), MIDSOMER MURDERS (2016), and DOCTOR WHO (2016) to name a few.
In 2002, Ralf penned and hosted his own BBC3 chat show, THE RALF LITTLE SHOW, whose guest list featured Martin Freeman, David Walliams, Matt Lucas, Mark Gatiss, and Reece Shearsmith. Following its success, Ralf decided to try his hand at more writing. His first online novel THE GOLDEN GENERATION (co-written with Stephen Morris) was published in 2007, and the proceeds were dedicated to Shelter, a charity focused on ending homelessness. He went on (alongside Michelle Terry) to write, create, and star in Sky One's comedy THE CAFE (2011) as well as the hugely popular one-off episode 'Space Age' for PLAYHOUSE PRESENTS (2014), which broke rating records for its transmission slot.
Starring alongside the likes of James Corden, Simon Pegg, and Kevin Spacey, Ralf’s film credits encompass 24 HOUR PARTY PEOPLE (2002), THE WAITING ROOM (2007) and TELSTAR(2008), all of which have achieved great critical acclaim. He is a London theatre regular from the National Theatre to the Royal Court to recent West End shows, DEAD FUNNY and LADY KILLERS. He earned an Olivier Award nomination for Most Promising Actor for his portrayal of the young George Harrison in Presence at the Royal Court Theatre and has been called a “National Treasure” by Fabric Magazine.
Ralf is a UK Citizen with a US O-1 Visa and is based between London, NYC, and LA.