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Kris Marshall

Knowledge Identifier: +Kris_Marshall


Kris Marshall

English actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1973.

Countries: United Kingdom (70%), United States (10%), France (10%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: BBC, BT Group, Esther Hall

Linked to: Redroofs Theatre School, Wells Cathedral School, Comic Relief, Tesco




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Kris Marshall was born in 1973 add something


Marshall started acting at an early age, making an appearance in British TV series "The Bill", but it was in 2000 that his major breakthrough role came as Nick Harper in the BBC sitcom "My Family" add something


In 2003, he appeared in the popular film "Love Actually" as Colin Frissell, a disgruntled Englishman who goes to the USA to find love add something


Since his departure from a full-time part in "My Family" in 2003, he has returned twice add something


In 2004, Marshall appeared as DS Luke Stone in the police drama series "Murder City" add something


The first time was for one episode in season five in 2004, and the second was for a "Comic Relief" special in 2005 add something


He is best known for playing Nick Harper in "My Family", Adam in BT Group adverts since 2005 and Dave in Citizen Khan add something


Since 2005, Marshall has appeared in TV and print adverts for the BT Group alongside Esther Hall add something


Esther Hall - Esther is known for co-starring in the high profile BT advertisements opposite Kris Marshall which started in 2005, in which she plays a single mother with two children who strikes up a relationship with Marshall's character and later moves in with him


During the summer of 2008, he appeared in the first UK run of Neil LaBute's play "Fat Pig" at the Trafalgar Studios add something


Marshall suffered head injuries after being hit by a car in Bristol in 2008 add something


He finished working on "Heist" at the end of 2006, which aired in April 2008 on BBC Four add something


The accident happened in the early hours of 28 April 2008 as Marshall enjoyed a night out with friends in Bristol city centre add something


Robert Webb (actor) - Also in 2008, Webb made his West End stage debut in the UK premiere of Neil LaBute's "Fat Pig", co-starring as Tom alongside Kris Marshall, Joanna_Page and Ella Smith


In 2011, he became a regular character, Ethan, on TV series "Traffic Light" add something


In October 2011, Marshall was charged with failing to provide a breath test, after police stopped his car in the Tesco car park in Wells add something


He played Dave in the BBC comedy series "Citizen Khan" in 2012 add something


In April 2013, it was announced that Kris would be joining the cast of BBC drama, "Death In Paradise" as new lead detective, DI Humphrey Goodman add something


Ben Miller - On April 9, 2013 it was announced that Ben Miller will be departing Death in Paradise during season 3. to be replaced by actor Kris Marshall


His character will be introduced in the first episode of the third series, starting on 14 January 2014 add something


Marshall starred as Tom Sanger alongside Annelise Hesme in the 2015 independent British romantic comedy 'Sparks & Embers' add something


Annelise Hesme - Hesme starred as Eloise Martin alongside Kris Marshall in the 2015 independent British film 'Sparks & Embers'


In January 2017 it was leaked that Marshall would be leaving the series citing the pressures it placed upon his family and that he would be replaced by Ardal O'Hanlon who plays DI Jack Mooney add something


In July 2017, Marshall became a favourite to take over the role of The Doctor from Peter Capaldi in the BBC's long running hit sci-fi series "Doctor Who", but the role ultimately went to Jodie Whittaker who became the first female actress to portray The Doctor add something


Ardal O'Hanlon - On 2 February 2017 it was announced he will play the lead role in the BBC crime sitcom "Death in Paradise" taking the role of DI Jack Mooney following Kris Marshall's departure the same day


Don Warrington - Warrington appeared as George in David Mamet's Glengarry Glenn Ross between October 2017 and February 2018 at the Playhouse Theatre alongside Christian Slater, Robert Glenister, Kris Marshall and Daniel Ryan