George Armstrong (actor)

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George Armstrong (Born 7 September 1962, London, England) is a former actor. His first role was as Hubert Lane in Just William (alongside Bonnie Langford as Violet Elizabeth Bott) in 1977.

He is most famous for the part of rebel Alan Humphries in BBCs Grange Hill, a part he played between 1978 and 1982, and again in 1983 in the spin-off series Tucker's Luck.

His most recent role was PC Driscoll in The Bill in 1989.

Since giving up acting, he has become a Technical Theatre Manager at a public school.

Since 1998, he has worked as a trainer dealing with interpersonal management skills

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