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Anthony Green

Born: 04 April 1970 (48 years old)
Gender: Male

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Anthony Green is an English actor and voice artist who has narrated television series such as Cold Case Files, Supernanny (UK version) and MegaStructures.

Green has been acting professionally since 1996.

In film, he played Jonathan Berkoff, the husband of Emily Lloyd in the Independent British Feature The Honeytrap, and has also played parts in The Bourne Identity and James Bond: Tomorrow Never Dies.

He played Michael, in Amit Gupta's short film Love Story, with Colin Salmon, Shelley Conn and Alan Mckenna.

In television, he played series regular lead roles in Cadfael, playing Lord Hugh Bringer, opposite Sir Derek Jacobi; The Scarlet Pimpernel, playing Sir Andrew Ffoulkes, opposite Richard E Grant; London's Burning, playing Station Officer Mick Callaghan; and The Bill, playing DCI Belmarsh.

He played pirate Israel Hands, first mate to Angus Macfadyen's Blackbeard in Hallmark's televsion movie Blackbeard.

Other televsion guest leads include If...The Oil Runs Out, Where the Heart Is (Series I and VII), Big Bad World, Wycliffe, Wing and A Prayer.

Anthony began acting at the age of 6, playing The Wizard in The Wizard of Oz and at school he played Oscar Lindquist in Sweet Charity.

At University he played John Proctor in The Crucible, Jimmy Porter in Look Back in Anger and I in a stage adaptation of Withnail and I.

He played Sheriff Baldwin Rawel in Richard Davidson's Storybook which won a Fringe First and was nominated for the Independent Theatre Award.


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Narrator - Himself

Narrator (voice) - UK

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