Darrell D'Silva

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Darrell D'Silva (born Rotherham, South Yorkshire, 13 January 1964) is a British film and theatre actor, notable for his work with the Royal Shakespeare Company.[1] His filmography includes Criminal Justice, Poppy Shakespeare, Dirty Pretty Things and Closer to the Moon " Northmen ; A Viking Saga " " Montana "

In 2001 he played a bandit in the syndicated TV series Queen of Swords episode 'The Dragon' filmed at Texas Hollywood, Almeria, Spain appearing with Sung-Hi Lee and Burt Kwouk.

He also starred in a series of short films, "Show Pieces " , written by Alan Moore and directed by Mitch Jenkins. " Jimmy's End " and " His Heavy Heart " were written by Moore as introduction sections to a much larger project planned by Moore & Jenkins called " The Show " .

In 2015 he played Max Scullion in Father Brown episode 3.5 "The Last Man"


  1. ^ http://www.rsc.org.uk/about-us/ensemble/ensemble-biog-darrell-dsilva.aspx

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