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Leo Bill

Leo Bill is an English actor, best known for his role as James Brocklebank in 2006 film The Living and the Dead.

Film credits include: Trinity in The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (Tibernia Productions Inc., David Fincher), Hamish in Alice in Wonderland (Brandersnatch Films, Tim Burton), Norman Lloyd in Me and Orson Welles (CinemaNX, Richard Linklater), John in Becoming Jane (Columbia Pictures/Ecosse Films, Julian Jarrold),... Read more >>

Leo Bill

Leo Bill Overview

Leo Bill is an English actor, best known for his role as James Brocklebank in 2006 film The Living and the Dead.

Film credits include: Trinity in The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (Tibernia Productions Inc., David Fincher), Hamish in Alice in Wonderland (Brandersnatch Films, Tim Burton), Norman Lloyd in Me and Orson Welles (CinemaNX, Richard Linklater), John in Becoming Jane (Columbia Pictures/Ecosse Films, Julian Jarrold), James in The Living and the Dead (Giant Films, Simon Rumney), Harry Chambers in Kinky Boots Factory (Buena Vista, Julian Jarrold), Garstin in These Foolish Things (Julia Taylor Stanley), Darwin in The Fall (Treetop Films, Tarsem Singh), Vera Drake (Mike Leigh), Danny in LD50 (Safe Dose Productions, Simon da Silva), Cuthbertson in Two Men Went to War (Two Men Went to War Ltd, John Henderson), Jones in 28 Days Later (DNA Films, Danny Boyle), Andrew in All or Nothing (Thin Man Films, Mike Leigh), Jim in Gosford Park (Zestwick Ltd, Robert Altman).

Television credits include: Henry 'Birdie' Bowers in Words of Captain Scott (ITV, Paul Copeland), Pilot in Doctor Who: A Christmas Carol (DW Productions, Toby Haynes), Steve in Home Time (Baby Cow / BBC , Chris Gernon), Marcus Johnstone in Ashes to Ashes (Kudos Productions, Billie Eltringham), Gary in Lead Balloon (Open Mike, Alex Hardcastle), Robert Ferrars in Sense & Sensibility (BBC Television, John Alexander), Dave in Jekyll (Hartswood Films, Douglas MacKinnon & Matt Lipsey), Boghead in Bash (BBC3 Television, Dominic Dromgoole), Flemming in A Very Social Secretary (More 4, Jon Jones), Richard in Silent Witness (BBC Television, Brin Higgins), Jerry White in Messiah III (BBC Television, David Drury), Ries in Beethoven's Eroica (BBC Television, Simon Cellan Jones), Terry in Canterbury Tales - Man of Law (BBC Television, Julian Jarrold), Corporal Eric Woods in Spooks 2 (Kudos/BBC Television, Ciaran Donnelly), Darren in Midsomer Murders (Bentley Productions, Peter Smith), Troy in Harry Enfield's Celeb (Tiger Aspect Productions, Ed Bye), Mr Peaches in Surrealismo (BBC Television, Richard Curson Smith), Matt in Attachments II (World Productions for BBC, Kenny Glenaan), Storyenko in Crime & Punishment (BBC Television, Julian Jarrold).

Stage credits include: Fainall in The Way of the World (Sheffield Crucible Theatre, Lindsey Turner), Charles in School for Scandal (Barbican, Deborah Warner), Tom in The Glass Menagerie (Young Vic, Joe Hill Gibbins), Alistair in Posh (Royal Court Theatre , Lindsay Turner), Petrell in Pains of Youth (Royal National Theatre, Katie Mitchell), Tony in The Observer (National Theatre , Richard Eyre), Lamb in Hothouse (Royal National Theatre, Ian Rickson), Daniel in The Reporter (Royal National Theatre, Richard Eyre), Tony in Beautiful Thing (NML Prods/Sound Theatre, Toby Frow), Fleance in Macbeth (Royal Shakespeare Company, Adrian Noble).

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