Andrew Harrison (actor)
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|Born||Andrew Stuart Harrison
7 February 1957
Andrew Harrison (born Andrew Stuart Harrison on 7 February 1957) is an English actor.
Andrew Harrison began his career in repertory theatre playing the lead roles in A Chorus of Disapproval and Serious Money at the Northcott Theatre, Exeter. His West End (London) debut came with a role in Sir Michael Hordern's Trelawny of the 'Wells'.
Andrew has numerous TV credits include The Bill, Miss Marple, and Birds of a Feather, and the films A Sea Change and An Ideal Husband. He contributes regularly to BBC Radio. In television, Andrew is perhaps best known for his roles in Beyond Narnia and Florence Nightingale.
- King James' Bible (2011) – Bishop Lancelot Andrews
- Derelict (2010) – Governor Phillips
- Summer in Transylvania (2010) – Dr Tempest
- Dorian Gray (2009) – House Seller
- Home (2008) - Dad
- Florence Nightingale (2005) – Lord Palmerston
- C.S. Lewis: Beyond Narnia (2005) – Albert Lewis - Father
- Pepys (2005) – Clerk of the Court
- The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz - Voice
- An Ideal Husband (1999) – Algy
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