|Name Simon Shepherd|
|Spouse Alexandra Byrne (m. 1980)|
Siblings Robin Shepherd
|Children Billie Shepherd, Arthur Shepherd, Joe Shepherd, Beatrice Shepherd|
Parents Margot Shepherd, Ben Shepherd
Movies and TV shows Peak Practice, Henry V, Fire - Ice and Dynamite, Chancer, Spice World
Similar People Alexandra Byrne, Willy Bogner - Jr, Bob Spiers, Vicente Aranda, Kenneth Branagh
Simon shepherd jenny seagrove on brief encounter reunion lorraine
Simon Stephen Shepherd (born 20 August 1956) is an English actor. He is best known to TV audiences from many appearances, including as Dr Will Preston in five series of ITV's Peak Practice and Doctor Jonathan Barling in Casualty in Five Days.
- Simon shepherd jenny seagrove on brief encounter reunion lorraine
- Simon shepherd on gmtv 2001
- In popular culture
- Personal life
Shepherd was born in Bristol. He went to school at Clifton College in Bristol and was a contemporary of the director Roger Michell in Brown's House. He subsequently attended Manchester Metropolitan University and Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and was a member of the National Youth Theatre.
Simon shepherd on gmtv 2001
In popular culture
On 16 February 2011 Simon Shepherd guest-starred in the 200th episode of the BBC TV Drama Doctors.
He played the role of Sir Norman Cavendish in the play The Duck House by Dan Patterson and Colin Swash, starring alongside Ben Miller and Diana Vickers. The show is a political farce based on the UK parliamentary expenses scandal of 2009 and played a five-week tour in October 2013 before transferring to London's Vaudeville Theatre through spring 2014.
In 2017 he appeared in the BBC series Father Brown as Edward Reese in episode 5.11 "The Sins of Others".
On March 25th 2017 he starred in BBC1's Casualty as Dr. Jonathan Barling in the episode 'Five Days.'
He married the costume designer Alexandra Byrne in 1980 and they have four children. Shepherd supports several charities, especially those involving the well-being of children (Barnardo's, Tearfund BOPS and Save the Children).