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Dorian Lough

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Dorian Lough is an English actor best known for his role as DS David "Satch" Satchell in the ITV police procedural television drama series Trial & Retribution, from 1997-2009.

He also played the role of Ray Taylor, the abusive father of Leo (Philip Dowling) and husband of Trisha (Cathy Murphy), in the soap opera EastEnders, from 2004-2005.

Lough is also known for appearing in the Radiohead music video for "Just", in 1995.

In 2014 he had a starring role as Billy the Mince, a member of White Watch, in the firefighting drama series The Smoke, with Jamie Bamber and Jodie Whittaker.


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New on TV today: Sunday 20 September

Celebrated Love returns to SABC3 and BBC Brit invites you to Dance Around the World.


New on TV today: Saturday 19 September

Real Housewives of Jozi starts a run on Vuzu and elderly killers are profiled on SABC2's Elder Skelter.


Idols 16: Top 16 guys' song choices

See what the eight are singing come Sunday (20th).


Star Life's new series My Identity in five flash facts

Inspired by the life of a filmmaker.


Series Review: The Boys Episode 4

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New on TV today: Friday 18 September

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New on TV today: Thursday 17 September

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