26 June 1959 |
Francis Magee (born 26 June 1959) is an Irish actor, best known for his portrayal of Liam Tyler in the long-running British soap opera EastEnders from 1993 to 1995. He has also appeared in numerous television shows and feature films, including Sahara (2005), Layer Cake (2004) and The Calling (2000). He played the part of Ordgar, the Housecarl who led the Crowhurst contingent, in 1066 The Battle for Middle Earth (2009), a reconstruction of the year of the three battles from the English perspective.
Magee trained at The Poor School in London's King's Cross.
He most recently has the role of Victor Rodenmaar in Nickelodeon's TV series, House of Anubis. Magee also played Yoren, a member of the Night's Watch, in the first and second season of Game of Thrones on HBO.
|2015||Death in Paradise||Stevie Smith||Episode 4.5|
|2014||In The Flesh||Iain Monroe||TV Series|
|2014||Damo and Ivor||Bricko||TV Series|
|2013||The Bible||King Saul||TV Series|
|2013||Magners Cider Ad 2013||Now is a Good Time||TV Ad|
|2012||Misfits||Dan Woolaston||TV Series|
|2011-2013||House of Anubis||Victor Rodenmaar Jr.||TV Series|
|2011-2012||Game of Thrones||Yoren||TV Series|
|2010||Cemetery Junction||Mr. Pearson||Film|
|2010||Worried About the Boy||Jerry O'Dowd||TV Movie|
|2009||The Last Breath||Paul Kelvin||Short|
|2009||1066 The Battle for Middle Earth||Ordgar||TV Series|
|2007||Peep Show||the Orgazoid||TV Series|
|2005||Trafalgar Battle Surgeon||Dr. William Beatty||TV Movie|
|2004-2006||No Angels||Dr McManus||TV Series|
|2004||Layer Cake||Paul the Boatman||Film|
|2004||Bad Girls||Rob Skelton||TV Series|
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- "Butterfly Man : Cast". butterflyman.co.uk. 2003. Retrieved 28 May 2013.
- Berman, A.S. (2010). "Francis Magee – 'Liam Taylor'". Walford Gazette. Retrieved 12 November 2011.
- "Curtain Call: Francis Magee". winteriscoming.net. 2013. Retrieved 28 May 2013.
- "Trafalgar Battle Surgeon". hardypictures.com. 2013. Retrieved 28 May 2013.