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Jeff Rawle

Knowledge Identifier: +Jeff_Rawle


Jeff Rawle

British actor, perhaps best known for playing the long-suffering George in the news-gathering sitcom Drop the Dead Donkey add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1951.

Countries: United Kingdom (91%), Italy (9%)

Main connections: Lynda Baron, Sam Kelly, Neil Dudgeon

Linked to: Home Secretary, Crown Court, King Edward VI Aston School




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Jeff Rawle was born in 1951 add something


In 1984 he appeared in the "Doctor Who" story "Frontios" as the character Plantaganet add something


He appeared in "Faith in the Future" on ITV from 1995-1998 add something


Rawle writing credits include "The Young Poisoner's Handbook" in 1995 and "Who Goes There-" add something


Rebecca Hunter - Her first TV role was on the Disney-produced, BAFTA award-winning CBBC sitcom "Microsoap", alongside Jeff Rawle and Ryan Cartwright, between 1998 and 2000


He previously appeared in the show in 2004 add something


In 2004, Rawle began appearing in the ITV series "Doc Martin" as Roger Fenn add something


During 2010, Rawle joined the cast of "Hollyoaks" in the role of Silas Blissett add something


He played the character of Silas Blissett in the Channel 4 soap opera "Hollyoaks" from December 2010 until 2012 add something


In October 2012, it was announced Rawle had joined the cast of "Doctors" as Rory Bishton, "a road sweeper with something to hide add something


Louise Brealey - In March 2012 Brealey produced, co-wrote and co-starred in "The Charles Dickens Show", a children's comedy drama for BBC 2 starring Jeff Rawle, Rupert_Graves, Neil Dudgeon, Nathaniel Parker, Lynda Baron, Honeysuckle Weeks, Rupert Young, Adjoa Andoh, Sam Kelly, Geoffrey Streatfeild, Fiona Button and Mariah Gale


Rawle returned to "Hollyoaks" in 2016 add something