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Joseph May

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Residence  London Area
Role  Actor
Name  Joseph May
Years active  1997–present
Occupation  Actor, voice artist

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Born  16 June 1974 (age 41) (1974-06-16) Southampton, United Kingdom
Notable work  Thomas & Friends Episodes
Movies and TV shows  Resident Evil, Episodes, Sodor's Legend of the Lost T, Thomas & Friends: The Adve, We'll Take Manhattan
Similar People  Anna Bolt, Daisy Haggard, Keith Wickham, Indra Ove, John Hasler

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Joseph May (born 16 June 1974) is a British-Canadian actor and singer who has appeared in television and film.

Born in Southampton, England and raised in Vancouver, Canada, he returned to the UK to study at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Most recognisable to British television viewers as the gay nurse Sam Colloby's unemployed partner, Paul, in Casualty during its twelfth season, Joseph also starred in the final season of sci-fi series, Bugs as the naive and misguided Adam Mosby around the same time. He has also appeared in the TV series Stargate: Atlantis as Sgt. Markham of the United States Marine Corps, Episodes as Andy Button, casting director for the fictional TV show that is the subject of the series, and as Larry Schwarz in the BBC television movie We'll Take Manhattan.

Joseph's initiation into film was as a miner in the classic Stephen Fry venture, and renowned Oscar Wilde biopic, Wilde in 1997. Since, he has appeared in the critically acclaimed World War II mini series Band of Brothers as 2nd Lt. Edward Shames, 2001's Investigating Sex as Roger and Resident Evil as Dr. Blue.

Joseph played surgeon George Kerwan in Holby City in 2010.

In 2015, he joined the US voice cast of Thomas & Friends as Thomas the Tank Engine starting with Thomas & Friends: The Adventure Begins.

In 2015, May played the voice of the mercenary Phantom in the team-based first person shooter Dirty Bomb.


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