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Clive Russell (born 7 December 1945) is a Britishmarker actor.

Russell was born in Reethmarker, Englandmarker and raised in Fifemarker, Scotlandmarker. He resides in the Hither Green area of South East London.

He has appeared in numerous television productions and films including the television series Hope And Glory, Neverwhere, the 1999 version of Great Expectations and the 2001 mini-series, The Mists of Avalon. Clive has also been a veteran of television comedy starring in the BBC series Heartburn Hotel, Happiness and Auf Wiedersehen, Pet.

In Margaret's Museum, a highly acclaimed motion picture, Clive starred opposite Helena Bonham Carter as the Gaelic-speaking Neil Currie. The film centres around a town where half the male population die working in a coalpit. He also guest starred in the last ever episode of the popular BBC drama, Monarch of the Glen. In 2005 he appeared in the film Festival, playing Brother John, who was performing a play about paedophile priests at the Edinburgh Fringe.

He played the character of Jock, a builder renovating an old barn, in the third series of Jam and Jerusalem. He also recently played the part of Phil Nail in Coronation Streetmarker. He also played the part of "Big Innes" in the series Still Game Series 3 Episode 4. He has also recently appeared in the BBC production Merlin as 'Bayard, King of Mercia'. He also starred in Series 4, Episode 7 of Hotel Babylon- as an artist forced to fake his own death when he is in debt.

References

  1. Faith - Cast Profiles & Interviews Clive Russell


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