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4 June 1964 |
London, England, UK
|Occupation||Actor, voice actor|
|Spouse(s)||Jacqui Hamilton-Smith (1993–present)|
Sean Pertwee (born 4 June 1964) is an English actor. He is the son of the actor Jon Pertwee.
Early life 
Pertwee was born in London, the son of Ingeborg and Jon Pertwee, who played the third incarnation of The Doctor in the television series Doctor Who. They moved to Stockton-on-Tees when Pertwee was twelve years old. He attended Teddington School in London.
In the early 1980s, Pertwee was cast as Captain Fitzpatrick in the play Tom Jones, based on the novel by Henry Fielding. After leaving Sunbury College, Pertwee trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and, after graduating in 1986, toured with the Royal Shakespeare Company for three years. He co-owned the Natural Nylon film production company along with Sadie Frost, Jude Law, Jonny Lee Miller and Ewan McGregor. The company folded in 2003.
Pertwee starred in the 2008 film Doomsday as Doctor Talbot. His voice is frequently heard in a variety of television commercials, documentaries and video games, including the medieval empire-building computer game Medieval: Total War and futuristic war games Killzone (as Colonel Gregor Hakha), Killzone 2 (as Colonel Mael Radec) and Fire Warrior (as Governor Severus). He is also the voice behind the Northeast's tourism advertisement which started broadcasting at the start of 2009. He is the current narrator of Masterchef: The Professionals, replacing India Fisher for the fourth series which began on 7 November 2011.
Sean appeared on the film Devil's Playground, a zombie horror film directed by Mark McQueen. He stars alongside Danny Dyer, Jaime Murray, Janet Montgomery and Craig Fairbrass. The film was released in October 2010. Pertwee appeared in the Nazi zombie film The 4th Reich which he filmed in spring 2010, directed by Shaun Smith.
In 2010, Sean Pertwee appeared in a Party political broadcast in support of the Labour Party. Sean's recent dramatic work for BBC Radio 4 includes playing the actor Oliver Reed in the play Burning Both Ends by Matthew Broughton. When David Tennant announced that he would depart from Doctor Who in 2010, Pertwee was one of the many who expressed interest in becoming the new Doctor. The role ultimately went to Matt Smith.
Personal life 
Pertwee is the brother of Dariel Pertwee, grandson of actor and screenwriter Roland Pertwee, and is more distantly related to actor Bill Pertwee. He married make-up artist Jacqui Hamilton-Smith, daughter of Anthony Hamilton-Smith, on 12 June 1999 at the House of Lords. Jacqui gave birth to twins, Alfred and Gilbert, around Christmas 2001. They were born prematurely; Gilbert died in April 2002. The family lives in Stockwell. Pertwee has said that Alfred is a fan of Doctor Who, both of Tennant's Tenth Doctor and his father's Third Doctor.
- Coping with Cupid (1991)
- London Kills Me (1991)
- Leon the Pig Farmer (1992)
- Dirty Weekend (1993)
- Swing Kids (1993)
- Shopping (1994)
- Blue Juice (1995)
- I.D. (1995)
- Deadly Voyage (1996)
- Event Horizon (1997)
- Soldier (1998)
- Tale of the Mummy (1998)
- Stiff Upper Lips (1998)
- Five Seconds to Spare (1999)
- Love, Honour and Obey (2000)
- Seven Days to Live (2000)
- The 51st State (2001)
- Equilibrium (2002)
- Dog Soldiers (2002)
- Goal! (2005)
- The Adventures of Greyfriars Bobby (2005)
- The Prophecy: Uprising (2005)
- The Last Drop (2005)
- Renaissance (2006)
- Wilderness (2006)
- Dangerous Parking (2007)
- Goal! 2: Living the Dream...
- When Evil Calls (2007)
- Botched (2007)
- Doomsday (2008)
- Mutant Chronicles (2008)
- 220.127.116.11 (2010)
- Just for the Record (2010)
- Ultramarines: The Movie (2010)
- Devil's Playground (2010)
- Heaven and Earth (2010) (in pre-production)
- Four (2010) (in post-production)
- The 4th Reich (2010) (in pre-production)
- Wild Bill (2011)
- Vuosaari (2012)
- U.F.O. (2013)
- Billy Smart's Children's Circus (1975)
- Boon (1986) in episode "Whispering Grass"
- Poirot: The King of Clubs (1989)
- Chancer (1990)
- Harry Enfield's Television Programme (1990)
- Virtual Murder (1992) in episode "Dreams Imagic"
- The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (1992) in episode "Germany"
- Kissing the Gunner's Daughter (1992)
- A Touch of Frost (1992) in episode "Quarry"
- Peak Practice (1993) in episode "Hope to Die"
- Cadfael (1994 season)
- Bodyguards (1997)
- Macbeth (1998)
- Operation Good Guys (2000) in episode "The Leader"
- In the Beginning (2000)
- Cold Feet (2001 and 2003)
- Waking The Dead (2003)
- Bo`Selecta (2004) as Himself
- A Bear's Tail (2005)
- Marple: The Moving Finger (2006)
- Ancient Rome–The Rise And Fall Of An Empire: Caesar (2006) – as Julius Caesar
- The Tudors (2007)
- Honest (2008) as Sergeant Bain
- Skins (2008)
- Law & Order: UK (2009)
- Luther (2010)
- Camelot (2011)
- Death in Paradise (2013)
Video games 
- Medieval: Total War (2002) - Narrator
- Primal (2003) - Jared
- Warhammer 40,000: Fire Warrior (2003) - Governor Severus
- Gladiator: Sword of Vengeance (2003) - Invictus Thrax
- Killzone (2004) - Colonel Gregor Hakha
- Fable II (2008) - Additional Voices
- Killzone 2 (2009) - Colonel Mael Radec
- Fable III (2011) - Captain Saker
- PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale (2012) - Colonel Mael Radec
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