Shaun Parkes

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Shaun Parkes
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Born (1973-02-09) 9 February 1973 (age 41)
London, England, UK
Occupation actor
Years active 1994 - present
Website
www.shaunparkes.net

Shaun Parkes (born 9 February 1973) is an English actor.

Biography[edit]

At 16, Parkes enrolled at Seltec College to study drama. Two years later, he was accepted into RADA.

Career[edit]

Having acted in both theatre and television support roles, Parkes made his breakthrough in the film Human Traffic.

His work since then includes films such as Clubbed, The Mummy Returns, Things to Do Before You're 30 and the acclaimed Notes on a Scandal. Television work includes Lock, Stock..., Servants and Russell T. Davies' Casanova and Doctor Who.

Parkes has also continued to forge a career as a theatre actor. He has starred alongside David Threlfall and Neil Stuke in Joe Penhall’s award-winning play, Blue/Orange, in the West End and in Kwame Kwei-Armah’s Elmina's Kitchen and at Shakespeare's Globe as Aaron in Titus Andronicus.

Parkes also starred as the lead in BBC Two's detective series Moses Jones, with a support cast that included Matt Smith.[1]

He has also appeared on Tinga Tinga Tales as Tortoise.

Filmography[edit]


Filmography
Year Title Format Role Other notes
1994 Soldier Soldier Television Clive Nelson ITV 1
Casualty Television Grant Flock BBC
1995 Crown Prosecutor Television Eric Jackson BBC, 10xepisodes
The Bill Television Derek Leno ITV 1
1996 Heartbeat Television Errol Jones ITV1
1997 Turning World Television Julian Roberts
1999 Casualty Television Grant Flock BBC One
Human Traffic Film Koop
2000 Lock, Stock... Television Bacon spin-off of the film Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
2001 The Mummy Returns Film Izzy Sequel to The Mummy
2002 Offending Angels Film
2005 Casanova Television Rocco BBC
Things to Do Before You're 30 Film Adam
2006 Doctor Who "The Impossible Planet" Television Zachary Cross Flane
Doctor Who "The Satan Pit" Television Zachary Cross Flane
2007 Miss Marie Lloyd – Queen of The Music Hall Television The Showman BBC4
2008 Kiss of Death Television Dr Clive Morrell
Harley Street Television Dr. Ekkow Obiang
Daylight Robbery Film Yardie
2009 Clubbed Film Rob Formosa Films
Moses Jones Television Moses Jones BBC2
Small Island Television Winston BBC
2010 Chris Ryan's Strike Back Television Felix Masuku Sky 1 HD, Episode 3&4
Identity Television DS Anthony Wareing ITV1
No Ordinary Family Television Frank Matthews ABC. Episode 12
2012 The River Television A.J. Poulain ABC
2013 Death in Paradise Television Paul Vincent BBC Series 2 Episode 3

Theatre appearances[edit]

Music[edit]

Since 2001 Shaun has been collaborating with the DJ production team AudioFly (Anthony Middleton and Luca Saporito). Together they have been working regularly on dance tracks featuring Parkes' vocals, and are planning to produce a new album.[2]

References[edit]

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