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Occupation  Actor, producer
Years active  1982–present

Name  Paul Reynolds
Role  Actor
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Born  6 February 1970 (age 45) (1970-02-06) Wanstead, London, England
Education  Sylvia Young Theatre School
Movies and TV shows  Let Him Have It, Press Gang, The Angelic Conversation, The Guvnors, Croupier
Similar People  Peter Medak, Derek Jarman, Gabe Turner, Mike Hodges, Nicolas Roeg

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Paul Reynolds (born 6 February 1970, Wanstead, London) is an English actor. He attended the Sylvia Young Theatre School. His breakthrough role in TV came playing Thatcherite Colin Mathews in the BAFTA Award-winning Channel 4 series Press Gang. His career continued with the roles of Kevin in the Ghostbusters of East Finchley and Sammy Dobbs, the unscrupulous sports agent in Andy Hamilton's Trevor's World of Sport.

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On the big screen, Reynolds portrayed Christopher Craig opposite Christopher Eccleston's Derek Bentley in Let Him Have It and the mischievous Matt in Croupier alongside Clive Owen.

In later years, Reynolds made appearances as Squeak in 1995 and 1998 in Absolutely Fabulous alongside Julia Sawalha, his Press Gang co-star. He also made a brief cameo appearance in Lark Rise to Candleford, again with Julia Sawalha.

As well as many TV, film and radio appearances Reynolds has appeared on stage in leading roles at The National Theatre, The Royal Court, The Almeida and The Bristol Old Vic portraying Baby in Mojo and Eugene in Neil Simon's Brighton Beach Memoirs.

Reynolds also spent ten years in the BBC World Service radio drama Westway playing Fizza.

In 2005 Reynolds had a break from acting to set up his own production company specialising in filming concerts as well as developing TV and film scripts and ideas. The company was called Remould Media. He currently conducts his own production work.

He starred in Lucky You, a stage adaptation of the Carl Hiaasen novel of the same title which premiered at the 2008 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

TV

  • The Smoking Room
  • M.I. High
  • The Last Detective
  • Holby City
  • Minder
  • Mike and Angelo
  • Murder in Suburbia
  • Waking the Dead
  • Lark Rise to Candleford
  • Lewis
  • Casualty
  • The Rivals
  • Trevor's World of Sport
  • The Jury
  • Time Gentlemen Please
  • Gentleman (dave)
  • Murder Most Horrid
  • Maisie Raine
  • Absolutely Fabulous
  • The Locksmith
  • Pie in the Sky
  • The Ghostbusters of East Finchley
  • Chiller
  • Cone Zone
  • Money for Nothing
  • All Good Things
  • Absolutely Fabulous
  • Frank Stubbs Promotes
  • Press Gang
  • Dirtysomething
  • Great Expectations
  • No Place Like Home
  • Terry and June
  • The Bill (Guest Appearance in "Letter Bomb" as David)
  • EastEnders
  • Films

  • The Beastmaster (1982) as Tils
  • Castaway (1986) as Mike Kingsland
  • Little Shop of Horrors (1986) as Seymour and Audrey's Son
  • Slipstream (1989) as Travis
  • Let Him Have It (1991) as Christopher Craig
  • Blue Juice (1995) as recording engineer
  • Croupier (1998) as Matt
  • The Asylum (2000) as Snape
  • Stardom (2000) as Nigel Pope
  • Revengers Tragedy (2003) as Junior
  • Eddie the Eagle (2016) as Clive North UK Reporter
  • References

    Paul Reynolds (actor) Wikipedia


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