Pearce Quigley

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Pearce Quigley (born in Salford, Lancashire, England) is an English actor of the stage and screen. His theatre credits include The Seagull (Royal Court); Paul (National Theatre); Journey's End (Comedy Theatre); My Night with Reg and Dealer's Choice (Birmingham Rep); Feelgood (Hampstead and Garrick); Blue Heart (Royal Court); Shopping and Fucking (Out of Joint at Gielgud, International Tour and Queen's Theatre); The Queen and I - The Royals Down Under (Out of Joint Australian tour); Rat in the Skull (Royal Court and Duke of York's); The Queen and I (Out of Joint at the Royal Court and Vaudeville Theatre); Road (Out of Joint at the Royal Court); Der Neue Menoza (Gate Theatre); Rope (Birmingham Rep); A Jovial Crew (RSC); The Winter's Tale (RSC); The Merry Wives of Windsor (RSC); The Changeling (RSC); Abingdon Square (Shared Experience); The Taming of the Shrew (Globe) etc.

On television, he has appeared in Queer As Folk, Prime Suspect, New Tricks, The Virgin Queen, Inspector Morse, Cutting It, Happiness (TV series) as well as other roles. He has also worked in film. 12 October 2008, he appeared as the dog trainer in Peter Kay's Britain's Got The Pop Factor ... And Possibly A New Celebrity Jesus Christ Soapstar Superstar Strictly On Ice, a spoof on the talent show genre of programmes. He played Uncle Fred in Frankenstein's Wedding on 19th March 2011.

In 2013, he played Dave in the BBC comedy-drama Being Eileen.[1]

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  1. ^ Michael Wynne (writer) (11 February 2013). "Homeless (11 February 2013)". Being Eileen. BBC. BBC One. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01qrtb2.

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