Troy Glasgow

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Troy Glasgow
Born (1984-09-11) 11 September 1984 (age 30)[1]
Waterloo, London
Occupation Actor
Years active 2001–present

Troy Glasgow (born in Waterloo, London) attended The Brit school in 2001, graduating in 2003. Whilst here he gained small roles in British television favourites such as The Bill, Doctors and Holby City. He gained his first lead role in the Channel 4 one off drama in 'Sex, footballers and videotape'. After stints at the National Theatre, Birmingham Rep theatre and an acclaimed cameo in Brit Hit 'Adulthood', he went on to appear in Skins, Doctor Who and The Day of the Triffids. He now continues to work consistently, appearing in both US and UK film and TV.


Year Television Show Role Other notes
2002 Out of Control Justin (TV Movie)
2002 Babyfather Friend 1
2003 Doctors Curtis Hooper
2004 Sex, Footballers and Videotape Jason Gill (TV Movie)
2005 Judge John Deed Mono Simmons
2005 Mr Harvey Lights a Candle Maurice
2005 Crossing Bridges Bro
2005 Holby City Todd Nixon
2006 The Bill Ashley Morgan
2006 Shoot The Messenger Warren
2007 Y Pris Jamal
2008 M.I.High Mr B / Reginald Lacey
2008 Ashes to Ashes Ska Boy
2008 Skins Jal
2008 Genie In The House Felix
2009 The Day of the Triffids Troy
2010 Doctor Who Angelo
2011 Londons Burning Lee TV Movie


Year Film Role Other notes
2008 Adulthood Jahvon
2013 World War Z Marine


In 2008 Troy originated the role of Tobias Rich in the world premiere of Harper Regan at the National Theatre by British playwright Simon Stephens alongside Lesley Sharp as Harper Regan.[2]