Phil Davis (actor)
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30 July 1953
Grays, Essex, England
|Spouse(s)||Eve Matheson (2002–present)|
Davis is married to actress Eve Matheson. They have a daughter, Amy Elisabeth (born 2002, Hackney, London) The couple married in the same borough later that year. Davis also has a son, Hugo (born 1996), by a previous partner.
Awards and nominations
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- 1996 Valenciennes International Festival of Action and Adventure Films - Won - Audience Award for: "I.D." (1995).
- 2001 Royal Television Society - Nominated - Best Actor - Male for: "North Square" (2000).
- 2001 Broadcasting Press Guild Awards - Won - Best Actor for: "North Square" (2000).
- 2004 British Independent Film Awards - Won - Best Actor for: Vera Drake (2004).
- 2004 San Diego Film Critics Society Awards - Won - Best Supporting Actor for: Vera Drake (2004).
- 2005 BAFTA Awards - Nominated - Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role for: Vera Drake (2004).
- 2005 London Critics Circle Film Awards - Won - British Supporting Actor of the Year for: Vera Drake (2004).
- The Old Curiosity Shop (1975)
- The Professionals (1977)
- Quadrophenia (1979)
- Scum (1979)
- Grown-Ups (1980)
- Bergerac (1981)
- Pink Floyd—The Wall (1982)
- The Bounty (1984)
- The Doctor and the Devils (1985)
- Robin of Sherwood (1985-6)
- High Hopes (1988)
- The Firm (1989)
- Skulduggery (1989) director and writer
- Inspector Morse: Absolute Conviction (1992)
- Alien 3 (1992)
- In the Name of the Father (1993)
- Moving Story (1994-5)
- ID (1995) and director
- Secrets & Lies (1996)
- Prime Suspect 5: Errors of Judgment (1996) director
- Different for Girls (1996)
- Photographing Fairies (1997)
- Face (1997)
- Real Women (1998) director
- Births, Marriages and Deaths (1999)
- Hold Back the Night (1999) director
- North Square (2000)
- Fields of Gold (2002)
- Nicholas Nickleby (2002)
- Rose and Maloney (2002, 2004–2005)
- White Teeth (2002)
- The Safe House (2002)
- Wall of Silence (2004)
- The Baby Juice Express (2004)
- Vera Drake (2004) nominated for a BAFTA film award in a supporting role
- Casanova (2005)
- Bleak House (2005)
- Like Father Like Son (Two part TV drama) (2005) - Paul Barker
- Agatha Christie's Marple: Sleeping Murder (2006 TV)
- Notes on a Scandal (2006)
- Secret Life (2007)
- Five Days (2007)
- Cassandra's Dream (2007)
- Midsomer Murders (2007)
- Inspector George Gently (2007)
- All About Me (2007)
- Lark Rise to Candleford (2008)
- Ashes to Ashes (2008)
- The Curse of Steptoe (2008) - Wilfrid Brambell
- Doctor Who - The Fires of Pompeii (2008) - Lucius Petrus Dextrus
- Whitechapel (2009–2013)
- Dead Man Running (2009)
- Desperate Romantics (2009)
- Collision (2009)
- Sherlock - "A Study in Pink" (pilot 2009, episode 2010) - Taxi Driver (Jeff)
- Another Year (2010)
- The Big I Am (2010) - Stubbs
- My Family (2010) - Carl
- Brighton Rock (2010) - Spicer
- Outside Bet (2011)
- Merlin (2011) - Gleeman
- Case Histories - Episode 1 (2011) - Theo Wyre
- Silk (2012, 2014) - Mickey Joy
- Fast Girls (2012)
- Being Human (2013) - Captain Hatch
- Having You (2013), directed by Sam Hoare.
- Death in Paradise - Episode 8 (2014)
- New Tricks - Episode 7 (2014)
- Age of Kill (2015) as Bill Weybridge
- Mr. Holmes (2015)
- Births and Marriages England and Wales 1984-2006
- BBC - Press Office - Doctor Who: The Doctor and Donna visit Pompeii
- Doctor Who | Throng
- Staff (24 January 2009). "Exclusive: Gossip from city filming of BBC drama Sherlock". South Wales Evening Post (Northcliffe Newspapers Group).
- Presentation of Having you on Eurochannel website
- "Phil Davis _ Blown It". Www.45cat.com. Retrieved 17 May 2013.