Harry Waters was born in Folkestone, Kent and trained at the Webber/Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art, London, graduating in 1967. He started his career with a 3-month period at Crewe Civic Theatre under Julian Oldfield and went on to perform at a Bournemouth repertory theatre. When Oldfield was appointed Director of Chester’s new Gateway Theatre in 1968 Waters joined the company.
The Gateway opened with the world premiere of The Double Case History of Dr. Valmy, translated by Farris Anderson, in which Harry Waters played Marsan.
- Captain to Fortinbras, Hamlet, National Theatre
- Costermonger; The Watch, Bartholomew Fair, National Theatre
- Mr Beerbohm-Lunt, Rough Crossing, National Theatre
- Antigonus; 3rd Gentleman; Shepherd, The Winter’s Tale
- The Happiest Days of Your Life
- The Government Inspector
- Captain Matton; Cousin Gustave, Grand Manoeuvres
- Richard Maine, The Party, National Theatre
- Froth; Provost, Measure for Measure, National Theatre Mobile Production
- Extra; T/O Horseman, Equus, National Theatre
- Extra, The Cherry Orchard, National Theatre
- Valentine; Second Officer; Singer, Twelfth Night, National Theatre Mobile Production
- Servant; T/O Lennox, Macbeth, National Theatre
- Extra, The Front Page, National Theatre
- Sir Harry's companion; Sir Peter's footman; T/O Snake, The School for Scandal, National Theatre
- Under Gardener; Extra, Richard II, National Theatre
- Jumper, Jumpers
- Executioner; Extra, Danton’s Death, National Theatre
- T/O Extra, A Woman Killed With Kindness
- T/O Extra, The Merchant of Venice
- Marsan, The Double Case History of Dr. Valmy, Chester Gateway Co.