Marshall Lancaster

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Marshall Lancaster
Born (1974-10-05) 5 October 1974 (age 39)
Macclesfield, Cheshire, England, UK
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)

Marshall Lancaster (born 5 October 1974 in Macclesfield, Cheshire, England) is a British actor. He has appeared in television dramas including Coronation Street, Holby City, The Lakes and Family Affairs, but is best known for playing DC Chris Skelton in the BBC time-travel police dramas, Life on Mars and Ashes to Ashes.

Lancaster is a former member of the Macclesfield-based theatre groups SCAMPS Youth Company, Paragon Youth Theatre and Macclesfield Amateur Dramatic Society. Until 23 August 2008 he starred in the York Theatre Royal's production of Mike Kenny's adaptation of The Railway Children alongside Colin Tarrant and Sarah Quintrell at the National Railway Museum. Lancaster has one green and one blue eye, a condition known as heterochromia.

Credits[edit]

Television[edit]

  • Casualty
    • "Duty Of Care" Jan(2012) Keith Parr
    • "The Only One You Love" Feb(2012) Keith Parr
  • Doctor Who
    • The Rebel Flesh / The Almost People (2011) .... "Buzzer"
  • Ashes to Ashes
    • Season Three (2010) .... "DC Chris Skelton"
  • Ashes to Ashes
    • Season Two (2009) .... "DC Chris Skelton"
  • "Boy Meets Girl" .... Pete (4 episodes, 2009)
  • Ashes to Ashes
    • Season One (2008) .... "DC Chris Skelton"
  • Casualty
    • Season 22, Ep. 7 (2007) - Taxicab rapist
  • Coronation Street
    • "Slug" (6 episodes, 2006-2007 2009-)
  • Life on Mars
    • Season Two (2007) .... "DC Chris Skelton"
  • Doctors
    • Ep."Aversion Therapy" (2006).... "Alan Lords"
    • Ep. Five Seconds (2010) .... "Johnny Thomas"
  • The Bill (ITV Police Drama)
    • Ep.#417 (2006)...."Paul Pavese"
  • The Street
    • Episode #1.2 (2006)...."Colin"
  • Life on Mars
    • Season One (2006)...."DC Chris Skelton".
  • Holby City BBC TV series
    • Ep. "Out on a Limb" (2006) TV Episode...."Billy Wintergreen."
    • Ep. "Love and Devotion" (2002) TV Episode...."Jay Matthews."
    • Ep. "Happy Families" (1999) TV Episode....Ryan Livingstone."
  • Family Affairs BBC TV series (1997-2005)...."Shane" (2004)
  • Outlaws (2004)
    • Ep. "Three Monkeys" (2004).... "Jamie Hughes".
  • The Royal (ITV Medical Drama)
    • Ep. "All the Fun of the Fair" (2004).... "Matty"
  • Grease Monkeys
    • Ep. "Double Vision" (2003).... Brian/Ryan Wright
  • Clocking Off BBC TV series ...."Gary Dugdale" (2002–03)
  • Bob Martin (2000–01)...."Timmy"
  • Peak Practice ITV TV series
    • Ep. "Once Too Often" (2000)...."Paul Lynch"
  • The Lakes
    • series 2 (1999)...."Ged"
  • Where the Heart Is
    • Ep.:"Reach for the Stars" (????)...."Matty"

Radio[edit]

Film[edit]

Theatre[edit]

  • Wuthering Heights (York Theatre Royal)
    • 2–23 June 2007 ... "Linton"
  • Up 'n' Under (Tameside Hippodrome Theatre)
    • 11 & 12 May 2007 ... "Tony"
  • Cabaret (Paragon Youth Theatre)
    • 1995 ... "Herr Schultz"
  • Blood Brothers (Macclesfield Amateur Dramatic Society).
    • 1993 ... "Eddie"
  • Where Did You Last See Your Trousers (Macclesfield Amateur Dramatic Society).
    • 1992 ... gorillagram
  • The Railway Children

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