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James Holmes (actor) Wikipedia
'James Holmes (born 1965)' is a West Midlands-born comedy actor of stage and television. He is best known for playing the character of Clive in the 2009 BBC sitcom Miranda.
Holmes trained at The Poor School in London. After leaving school, he did a Youth Training Scheme working in the props department of the Belgrade.
James Holmes has appeared in over 40 television and theatre productions since 1984. He has featured in various off-West End and regional shows, including a run as Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Earnest for the New Players Theatre and various parts in Catherine Tate's theatre comedy show. His other roles include a helpful Citizen's Advice volunteer in two episodes of the TV series Psychoville, and a performance as food critic Floyd Ackerman in Dani's House.
Holmes also played as Roy Silver alongside Penelope Keith in the BBC Radio 4 adaptation of the Agatha Raisin series Marion Chesney.
Holmes also played in The Bill in 2006.