Ben Shockley

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Ben Shockley
Ben Shockley.jpg
Shockley relaxing between takes
Born David White
(1965-02-03) 3 February 1965 (age 50)
Hythe, Kent, England
Occupation Actor
Website
http://www.benshockley.yolasite.com

Ben Shockley (born 3 February 1965) is an English actor.[1]

Early life[edit]

Shockley (born David White) grew up in Hythe, Kent, the son of Alan Richard White (deceased) and Elsie Alice White.

Career[edit]

Shockley has appeared in films such as On the Ropes,[2] Ten Dead Men[3] and Bad Day.[4]

In 2011, Shockley was interviewed for the book The Good Bad Guys.[5]

Ink Pixel Films released a video in July 2012 featuring Shockley and British director Mark Noyce. During the discussion it was revealed that filming had begun on the comedy This is Jade (AKA The One Hit Wonder). It was also revealed that the two were collaborating on The Blazing Cannon's.[6]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1986 Lady Jane Peasant uncredited
1988 Journey’s End (TV) Private Evans uncredited
1989 Driven Andrew Harris uncredited
1998 Sugar Sugar Drunk boyfriend uncredited
1999 All the King's Men Neil Marklew
2000 Esther Kahn Stagehand uncredited
2005 Left for Dead Louis
Containment Security guard
2006 FiXers Cox
King of London Michael
A nearly silent film John
House of Donn David
The Liberator The Engineer
Bloodmyth Jim Brierley
Secret Thoughts of Angels Dr. Crabtree
2007 Missing Connection James
Greetings David
2008 Inside Blue Detective Kreeger
Crossed Lines Len Nixon
Counterfeit Butterfly Sean Valentine
Bad Day Mr. Ward
Ten Dead Men Keller
Cold Earth Detective Constable Radcliffe
Dark Rage Officer Dean
2009 The Firm Plain Clothes Detective
2010 Hysterical Inevitability Nick
The Oracle Detective Kreeger
The Shouting Men Graham
The 4th Wall Mika voice only
London Boulevard Detective uncredited
2011 On the Ropes Mick Western
Death Yossarian Jones
Manor Hunt Ball Pike
2012 Shaniqua Bill
2013 This is Jayde: The One Hit Wonder Barney Bennett
The Blazing Cannons Steel Also writer and producer

Television[edit]

Year Programme Role Notes
1989 Streetwise Cycle Courier
1990 The Bill Actor 2 episodes
Spatz Protester

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