Rob Heaps

Ezra Bloom

Rob Heaps stars as Ezra Bloom in Bravo’s original scripted series “Imposters.” A kind-hearted dreamer, Ezra is finally experiencing the adventure he’s always longed for. After his search for his con-artist wife Ava, he is drawn into the game of the con and inadvertently finds the perfect escape from the realities he hoped to leave behind. Having found refuge in his new life with the Bumblers, their hope for a clean getaway backfires and Ezra quickly learns that living the life of a con-artist comes at a cost. 

Heaps is best known for playing Hugo in BBC1's miniseries adaptation of Agatha Christie's timeless murder mystery “And Then There Were None.”  He was most recently seen in BBC1's “Death in Paradise” and starred in the second season of ITV's hit period drama series “Home Fires.”  He also starred in BBC2's TV movie “Frankenstein and the Vampire: A Dark and Stormy Night” and BBC2 period drama “Life in Squares.” Other television credits include “Law & Order: UK,” “What Remains” and “Doctors.”  On the big screen Heaps appeared in Jane Campion's “Bright Star” alongside Ben Whishaw and Abbie Cornish.

Heaps’ extensive theatre credits include notable performances in “While The Sun Shines” (Theatre Royal Bath), “Another Place” (Plymouth Theatre Royal), “King Lear” (Chichester/Brooklyn Academy of Music), “Pride and Prejudice” (Regents Park Theatre), “The Browning Version” / “South Downs” (Chichester/West End), and “Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat: The Odyssey” (National Theatre).  

Heaps trained in Russia at the St Petersburg State Academy of Theatrical Arts and then at LAMDA.  Previously he studied Russian and French at Cambridge University.  He resides in London.   

Rob Heaps

Shows Imposters

Ezra Bloom

Rob Heaps stars as Ezra Bloom in Bravo’s original scripted series “Imposters.” A kind-hearted dreamer, Ezra is finally experiencing the adventure he’s always longed for. After his search for his con-artist wife Ava, he is drawn into the game of the con and inadvertently finds the perfect escape from the realities he hoped to leave behind. Having found refuge in his new life with the Bumblers, their hope for a clean getaway backfires and Ezra quickly learns that living the life of a con-artist comes at a cost. 

Heaps is best known for playing Hugo in BBC1's miniseries adaptation of Agatha Christie's timeless murder mystery “And Then There Were None.”  He was most recently seen in BBC1's “Death in Paradise” and starred in the second season of ITV's hit period drama series “Home Fires.”  He also starred in BBC2's TV movie “Frankenstein and the Vampire: A Dark and Stormy Night” and BBC2 period drama “Life in Squares.” Other television credits include “Law & Order: UK,” “What Remains” and “Doctors.”  On the big screen Heaps appeared in Jane Campion's “Bright Star” alongside Ben Whishaw and Abbie Cornish.

Heaps’ extensive theatre credits include notable performances in “While The Sun Shines” (Theatre Royal Bath), “Another Place” (Plymouth Theatre Royal), “King Lear” (Chichester/Brooklyn Academy of Music), “Pride and Prejudice” (Regents Park Theatre), “The Browning Version” / “South Downs” (Chichester/West End), and “Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat: The Odyssey” (National Theatre).  

Heaps trained in Russia at the St Petersburg State Academy of Theatrical Arts and then at LAMDA.  Previously he studied Russian and French at Cambridge University.  He resides in London.   

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