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Chester, Cheshire, England
Raymond Coulthard (born 1968 in Chester, Cheshire, England) is an English actor, best known for his roles as Alasdair Sinclair in the popular ITV soap opera Emmerdale and restaurant manager James Schofield in Hotel Babylon.
Coulthard played Frank Churchill in the 1996 television adaptation Jane Austen's novel Emma, alongside Kate Beckinsale in the title role. In 2005, Coulthard appeared in the first series of Extras. He also appeared in the second series of Love Soup, and played anaesthetist Matt Strong in the TV series Casualty during 2010.
Coulthard has acted in many stage plays and especially Shakespeare plays, including work for the Royal National Theatre and the Donmar Warehouse. In 2011-2012 he played Duke Vincentio in Shakespeare's Measure for Measure in and Bishop Santa Cruz in Helen Edmundson's new play The Heresy of Love for the RSC.
Coulthard is the partner of actress Jenna Russell; they have one daughter.
- "Interview with Raymond Coulthard, Robert Boulter and Michael Maloney". BBC. 2010. Retrieved 18 December 2013.
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