22 November 1979 |
Andrew Knott (born 22 November 1979) is an English actor.
Knott was born in Salford. His first acting was done in British television and radio programmes. He was trained in the Oldham Theatre Workshop. Knott's first major film was Warner Brothers' The Secret Garden in 1993, in which he played Dickon Sowerby. He went on to play Joe Green in Black Beauty. In the late 1990s, he played Liam Shepherd in Coronation Street.
In 2004, he returned to theatre to act in Alan Bennett's The History Boys. The National Theatre production later toured the world, affording Knott his Broadway debut. He reprised his role on BBC radio, and in Bennett's film adaptation which was directed by the National's Nicholas Hytner. In 2011, he appeared in "The National Anthem", an episode of the anthology series Black Mirror. Knott most recently appeared in the TV series Drop Dead Gorgeous, Gavin and Stacey and the BBC 3 drama series Spooks: Code 9 as Rob. Most recently he appeared in 1 episode of the LGBT miniseries Banana.
Knott is married with two daughters.
|1995||Cracker||Joe Harvey||Series 3, Episodes 1–2 "Brotherly Love"|
|1997–2001||Where the Heart Is||Henry Green||Series 1–5|
|Coronation Street||Liam Shepherd||2 Episodes|
|1998||Heartbeat||Billy Fawsley||Series 8, Episode 2" "Fall Out"|
|Casualty||Garth||Series 13, Episode 3: "Honey Bunny"|
|2000||Peak Practice||Steve||Series 9, episode 8" "Ghosts"|
|2003||Casualty||Ed||Series 17, Episode 28: "A Hard Day's Night"|
|Bill, TheThe Bill||Colin McGuire||Series 19, Episode 67: "142"|
|2006||Life on Mars||Derek Bannister||Series 1, episode 3|
|2007||Drop Dead Gorgeous||Ben McIntyre||Series 2|
|2007–2009||Gavin & Stacey||Dirtbox|
|2008||Lewis||Ryan Gallen||Series 2, Episode 2: "Music to Die For"|
|Spooks: Code 9||Rob Sullivan||Main cast|
|2011||Frankenstein's Wedding||Henry||Main Cast|
|Waterloo Road||Greg Barrington||Series 7, Episode 17|
|Black Mirror||Brian||Episode: "The National Anthem"|
|2014||Father Brown||Peter Royce||Series 2, Episode 7: The Three Tools of Death|
|Casualty||John Cunningham||Series 28, Episodes 22 & 23|
|2015||Banana||Eddie||Series 1, Episode 4|
|2016||Casualty||Vince Callaghan||Series 30, Episodes 28 & 29, 33 & 34|
|1993||Secret Garden, TheThe Secret Garden||Dickon||Nominated—Young Artist Award for Best Youth Actor Leading Role in a Motion Picture|
|1994||Black Beauty||Joe Green|
|2006||History Boys, TheThe History Boys||Lockwood|
|2007||Sickhouse, TheThe Sickhouse||Steve|
|2009||Cotton Stones||Rob Mally||Short film (13 minutes)|
|2010||In Our Name||Paul|
|Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll||Reporter|
|2012||Spike Island||Voodoo Ray|
|2015||The Lady in the Van||Ambulance Man|
|2017||My Cousin Rachel||Post-production|
|2004–2006||History Boys, TheThe History Boys||Lockwood|
|2010-2013||Backbeat||John Lennon||Citizens Theatre, Glasgow (2010)
Duke of York's Theatre, London (2011)
Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto Canada (2012)
Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles (2013)
|Based on the 1994 film of the same name|
|2000||Stockport... So Good They Named It Once||Jason||BBC Radio 7||Series 2|
|2002||Fat Camp||Josh||BBC Radio 4|
|2002||Grand Theft Auto: Vice City||Kenji Kasen||Video game|
Awards and nominations
|Year||Award||Category||Title of work||Result|
|1994||Young Artist Award||Best Youth Actor Leading Role
in a Motion Picture Drama
|Secret Garden, TheThe Secret Garden as Dickon||Nominated|
- "Backbeat". Citizens Theatre. Retrieved 10 June 2010.
- "Backbeat Credits". Citizens Theatre. Archived from the original on 2 July 2010. Retrieved 10 June 2010.
- "Stockport, So Good They Named It Once". RadioListings.co.uk. Retrieved 10 June 2010.
- "Gary Brown Radio Plays". Retrieved 10 June 2010.
- "Fifteenth Annual Youth in Film Awards". Young Artist Awards. Retrieved 10 June 2010.