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Andrew Dunn (actor)

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Occupation  Actor
Spouse  Andrina Caroll
Years active  1986–present
Children  Elliott Dunn
Name  Andrew Dunn
Parents  Maureen Dunn, Ken Dunn
Role  Actor

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Born  12 April 1957 (age 58) (1957-04-12) Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, England
Movies and TV shows  Dinnerladies, Between Two Women, 55 Degrees North, Mr Right, The Knock
Similar People  Louis Emerick, Rupert Hill, Gary Lucy, Duncan Preston, Victoria Wood

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Andrew Dunn (born 12 April 1957) is an English actor, best known for the role of Tony in the BBC sitcom Dinnerladies between 1998 and 2000. He later played Roger Stiles in Coronation Street from 2007 to 2008. He was born in Leeds, West Riding of Yorkshire, but was brought up in North Shields, Northumberland, eight miles (13 km) east of Newcastle upon Tyne, before leaving for London at the age of 20. He trained as a teacher but decided he wanted to act. He later moved to York where he resides to this day.

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Career

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Andrew has appeared in numerous television series including perhaps his best known role to date, as Tony in Dinnerladies. In addition he has also appeared in The Bill, Holby City, 55 Degrees North, Heartbeat, and Coronation Street in 2003. He had a lead role playing Hardy in the British feature film Between Two Women (2000) and also appeared in the British feature film The Jealous God (2005).

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In December 2006 he rejoined the cast of Coronation Street as Roger Stiles, a plumber and new love interest for Janice Battersby. On 29 September 2008 it was announced he was the latest character to be axed from Corrie and he made his final appearance on 8 October 2008.

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From 1999 until at least 2006, Dunn played the recurring role of Alastair Campbell in the political satire, Bremner, Bird & Fortune. Andrew reprised his role as Alastair Campbell in the BBC Radio 4 play "The Iraq Dossier", written by David Morley, which was broadcast on 2 March 2013.

Andrew joined old cast members of Dinnerladies in March 2009 to perform a stage version of the hit show.

Andrew received an honorary degree of letters from York St John University on 13 November 2009.

Andrew appeared in the BBC series, Doctors, 24 March 2011. He played Owain Brumpton. In September 2014, Dunn will begin playing the role of Gerald in the touring production of The Full Monty.

Film

  • Mr. Right - Feature film, 2009
  • Popcorn - Feature film, 2007
  • The Jealous God - Feature film 2005
  • Ali G Indahouse - Feature film, 2002
  • Between Two Women - Feature film 2000
  • Theatre

  • Dinnerladies - 2009, stage adaptation of the popular BBC sitcom, York Theatre Royal and the Darlington Civic Theatre
  • 'Art' - 2006, York Theatre Royal
  • "iShandy" - 2013, York Theatre Royal

    - "The Railway Children" 2015 Kings Cross Theatre

    Television

  • Doctors (2011) as Owain Brumpton
  • Law & Order: UK (2010) as Martin Douglas
  • My Family (2009) as Captin of the Menaces Darts team, Martin
  • Coronation Street (2003 & 2006) latterly as Roger Stiles, Janice's boyfriend
  • Cake (BBC TV, 2006) Part of Brief Encounters Season
  • Dalziel & Pascoe (BBC TV, 2006)
  • Blue Murder (2005)
  • 55 Degrees North (2004–2005, Regular, Series 1&2)
  • Gifted (TV, 2003)
  • No Angels (2003)
  • Bremner, Bird and Fortune (2002 as Alistair Campbell)
  • Dinnerladies (1998–2000) as Tony Martin: two series
  • The Ritz (1987) as Skodge
  • References

    Andrew Dunn (actor) Wikipedia


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