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Bryan Dick

Bryan Dick (born 1 February 1978 in Denton Holme,Carlisle, England) is an English actor, who has starred in multiple films, television series and stage productions in both the United Kingdom and United States. --- Dick trained as a dancer at Joy Irvings dance & Wendy Allens School of dance in Carlisle as a child then at Elmhurst Ballet School in Surrey, moving on to Cumbria Institute of the Arts and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), although he had already worked professionally as a child actor. His first major role was in the ITV miniseries The Life and Times of Henry Pratt in 1992. During his student time in Carlisle, he played bass and performed vocals for a band called "Freud's Toys" Although not much success came from this band, they helped to showcase other bands from the region. Since LAMDA, he has worked chiefly in television, including as the younger version of Phil Davis's character, Archie, in the television series based on the novel White Teeth, a supporting role in the series, Blackpool in 2004, playing sidekick to David Tennant's police detective and one of the leads in the Simon Curtis series 20,000 Streets Under the Sky, based on the trilogy by Patrick Hamilton, in which he played the idealistic Bob who falls in love with a prostitute. He has had several roles on the big screen, including the role of Joseph Nagle opposite Russell Crowe in Peter Weir's Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003) and the werewolf Rafe in Katja von Garnier's film Blood and Chocolate (2007). Other films include Brothers of the Head (2005) and Colour Me Kubrick (2006).

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February 01, 1978 (age 46)
Louise Brealey
Jenny Dick, Jim Dick
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