Ben Crompton

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Ben Crompton
Born 1974 (age 39–40)
Manchester, England

Ben Crompton (born 1974) in Manchester is an English actor,[1] best known as one of the stars of the BBC sketch show Man Stroke Woman. In addition he appears as Colin in the BBC Three sitcom Ideal[2] with Johnny Vegas. He also appeared in the 2002 film All or Nothing , the TV series Clocking Off, and the TV movie Housewife, 49. He also had a part in 102 Dalmatians as Ewan. Then he went on to play Keith in the BBC3 Pramface in early 2012. In 2011 he appeared as William Nutt in the television film The Suspicions of Mr Whicher for ITV. In 2012, he appeared in the film Blood.

He is a former member of Youth Unlimited Theatre Group.[1]

On 9 August 2011, George R. R. Martin confirmed on his blog that Crompton was cast in the role of Dolorous Edd Tollett in the second season of the Game of Thrones television series.[3] Crompton has played the recurring role of Eddison Tollett (aka Dolorous Edd) – a brother of the Night's Watch – in the second, third and fourth seasons of Game of Thrones.

In 2014 he appeared as a ship's officer in the second episode of series 8 of the revived Doctor Who television series, Into the Dalek.

Ben currently stars in the BBC Three comedy TV series Pramface.

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North & South Period Drama – Morton Police Constable

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