Perry Fenwick

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Script error: No such module "Infobox".Category:Articles with hCards Perry Fenwick (born 29 May 1962) is an English film and television actor[1] who currently plays Billy Mitchell in the BBC soap opera EastEnders, a role which he has played since 1998.[2]


His first regular TV role was in the 1980s sitcom Watching. He has appeared in Inspector Morse, The Brittas Empire, Minder, The Thin Blue Line, and Bergerac. His film credits include Party Party (1983), Mona Lisa (1986), Empire State (1987), The Raggedy Rawney (1988), I.D. (1995), The Tichborne Claimant (1998), Janice Beard (1999), The Winslow Boy (1999) and G:MT – Greenwich Mean Time (1999). He has also appeared in the long-running ITV police drama series The Bill five times, 1984–97, playing a different minor character each time. Fenwick has also appeared in the music video for The Chemical Brothers song Block Rockin' Beats.

Personal life[edit]

Fenwick has one sister, Tracey, and two brothers, Faron and Lee. He is, also, the second cousin of Georgina Hagen, who played Lauren Waters in Britannia High. He had a relationship with his co-star in the Granada sitcom Watching Emma Wray for a number of years and later went on to marry former Coronation Street actress, Angela Lonsdale, who played Emma Taylor, the wife of popular character Curly Watts. On 11 February 2010, it was announced that the couple were to separate.[3] He is good friends with Kathy Burke, who named her character in the TV series Harry Enfield and Chums, and the film Kevin and Perry Go Large, after him.


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Category:English male film actors Category:English male television actors Category:English male soap opera actors Category:Male actors from London Category:1962 births Category:Living people Category:People from Muswell Hill Category:Alumni of the Sylvia Young Theatre School