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Philip Franks

Philip Franks is an English stage and screen actor and also a theatre director.

He has undertaken a number of diverse stage roles including The Prince in Schippel the Plumber (1992) at Greenwich Theatre, Algernon in The Importance of Being Earnest (1995) at the Old Vic and as English teacher Hector in The History Boys (2011) tour under direction from Christopher Luscombe. 

Philip is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company... Read more >>

Philip Franks

Philip Franks Overview

Philip Franks is an English stage and screen actor and also a theatre director.

He has undertaken a number of diverse stage roles including The Prince in Schippel the Plumber (1992) at Greenwich Theatre, Algernon in The Importance of Being Earnest (1995) at the Old Vic and as English teacher Hector in The History Boys (2011) tour under direction from Christopher Luscombe. 

Philip is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company and has directed a number of Shakespeare productions including Macbeth at Sheffield Crucible, The Tempest at Liverpool Playhouse and Hamlet in Greenwich.

On screen he is best known as Charley in sitcom The Darling Buds of May (1991-1993) and Sgt Craddock in Heatbeat (1998-2002). He has also appeared in Absolutely Fabulous (1994), Midsomer Murders (2003), Casualty (2005 and Foyle’s War (2006).

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