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Glen Berry (born 21 April 1978, Romford) is a retired British actor.
Berry started attending the Anna Scher Theatre School in London in 1993, and his first steps in show business included a part as a skinhead in an ad for voluntary service.
Starting in 1995 he had a recurring role on the soap opera London Bridge. He got his big break playing Jamie in the 1996 gay coming-of-age film Beautiful Thing alongside another Anna Scher Theatre School pupil, Scott Neal. Further acting credits include several BBC TV films, such as Blood and Fire and Between the Lines.
Other roles have included a cameo in ITV's The Bill TV series, (again with Scott Neal) and a role as an office junior in the BBC legal drama Trust in 2003.
Glen Berry retired from acting in 2003. As of 2008, he works as a car sales manager in Chelmsford, Essex.2003: The Bill .... Terry Fraser (1 episode, 2003)2003: Trust .... Paralegal (1 episode, 2003)2001: From Hell .... Young Labourer2001: Midsomer Murders .... Ben (1 episode, 2001)2001: My Brother Tom .... Policeman1996: London Bridge .... Jarvis Jones (4 episodes, 1996)1996: London's Burning .... Steve (1 episode, 1996)1996: Beautiful Thing .... Jamie Gangel1995: Casualty .... Russell (1 episode, 1995)1995: Grange Hill .... Harry (2 episodes, 1995)1994: Between the Lines .... Max (1 episode, 1994)