Samuel West addressed the Belarusian in the framework of the Global artistic campaign of solidarity with Belarus.
Sam West is a winner of ten British national and international awards, including three nominations for Oliver Award given by the Society of London Theatre. He played over 30 roles at the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Royal National Theatre, the Royal Court Theatre.
Howards End James by Ivory was the start of Sam West’s career as a film actor followed by not less successful Jane Eyre by Franco Zeffirelli, Notting Hill by Roger Michell, Van Helsing by Stephen Sommers; he also voiced 101 Dalmatians animated film.
In summer 2010, Sam West along with Tom Stoppard and other British theatre workers held a picket in front of the Belarusian Embassy protesting against Alyaksandr Lukashenka’s policy. During the picket, Sam West read out extracts from Mikalai Khalezin’s play Generation Jeans.