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Andrew Havill

Andrew Havill
Full name
Andrew Havill
Date Of Birth
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Andrew Havill studied English at Exeter University, and after graduation spent four years performing with the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain, followed by another four with The Royal Shakespeare Company. His notable theatre roles include 'The Woman in Black' in 1996, the lead in Alan Ayckbourn's 'Virtual Reality' in 2000, and 'The Comedy of Errors' in 2006 and 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' in 2008 at The Globe Theatre.

On television, Andrew has appeared in Lynda LaPlante's 'Trial and Retribution' (1997) 'The Bill' (2003), 'Judge John Deed' (2003), 'Island at War' (2004), the BBC miniseries 'The Impressionists' (2006) as renowned artist Édouard Manet, 'Daphne' (2007) as the husband of author Daphne Du Maurier, the 2007 David Tennant era Doctor Who Christmas special 'The Voyage of the Damned' alongside Russell Tovey [Link], the narrator for the 2009 Jonathan Creek special 'The Grinning Man', as three separate characters over the 2002 - 2011 run of 'Doctors', and as The Equerry in 'Sherlock: A Scandal in Belgravia' in 2012.

Andrew's film credits include roles in the biographical drama of poets Sylivia Plath and Ted Hughes 'Sylvia' (2003), the Academy Award winning 'The King's Speech' (2010), supernatural thriller 'The Awakening' (2011), and 'The Iron Lady' (2011), the biographical drama of British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.

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