Julian Harries

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Julian Harries is a British actor and playwright who works mostly in Suffolk, England.

He played Callum McCulloch in EastEnders, as well as appearing in the short film Undercover Heart. He also played a TV Host in Before You Go.

He has guest-starred in two Doctor Who audio plays - Bloodtide and The Time of the Daleks.

In 2007, Harries toured with the Royal Shakespeare Company, playing The Duke of Albany in their production of King Lear which had Ian McKellen in the title role and Sylvester McCoy as the Fool.

In February–March 2009, Harries played Guy Jones in Alan Ayckbourn's comedy A Chorus of Disapproval at the New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, and the Colchester Mercury Theatre, alongside Harry Secombe's daughter, Katy.

Since 2007, Harries has been a Director of Common Ground Theatre Company along with his partner Pat Whymark. Common Ground provides young actors with the opportunities to work with professional actors at venues in Suffolk and London.

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