Anthony Green (actor)

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Anthony Green
Born (1970-04-04) 4 April 1970 (age 47)
Blackburn, Lancashire, England
Occupation Actor
Website www.anthonygreen.co.uk

Anthony Green (born 4 April 1970) is an English actor best known for playing Station Officer Mick Callaghan in the series finale of London's Burning.

Early life[edit]

Green was born in Blackburn, Lancashire, England. He began acting at the age of 6, playing The Wizard in The Wizard of Oz at Daisyfield Primary School. At St. Mary's College, Blackburn, he played Oscar Lindquist in Sweet Charity.

He continued to act while studying law at Nottingham University, playing John Proctor in The Crucible, Jimmy Porter in Look Back in Anger and I in a stage adaptation of Withnail and I. At the Edinburgh Fringe Festival he played Sheriff Baldwin Rawel in Richard Davidson's Storybook which won a Fringe First and was nominated for the Independent Theatre Award.[1]

Career[edit]

In film, he played the leading role of Jonathan Berkoff, opposite Emily Lloyd, in the independent British feature The Honeytrap.[2] He played parts in The Bourne Identity and the James Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies.He took the central role of Michael, in Amit Gupta's short film Love Story about a man's journey to find true love. It was shown at a number of film festivals across the United States and Europe and won the Verizon Audience Award at the Indo-American Arts Festival in New York.[3]

He has done lead roles in two American TV movies: Grozny, in Sony Pictures' Anaconda 3: Offspring, which co-stars David Hasselhoff and Crystal Allen, and pirate Israel Hands in Hallmark's Blackbeard, which features Angus Macfadyen in the title role.[citation needed]

He played series regular lead roles in the PBS/Carlton co-production of Cadfael, playing Lord Hugh Beringar, opposite Derek Jacobi, and in the A&E/BBC co-production of The Scarlet Pimpernel, playing Sir Andrew Foulkes, opposite Richard E. Grant. He was Station Officer Mick Callaghan in the series finale of London's Burning,[4] and DCI Belmarsh in Beech is Back, a special series of The Bill.

Television guest leads include If...The Oil Runs Out, Where the Heart Is (Series I and VII), Big Bad World, Wycliffe, and Wing and a Prayer. In Bonekickers he portrayed a fictional Roman character Marcus Quintanus opposite Shauna Macdonald's non-fictional Boudica. Both actors played their parts in Latin.[citation needed] He recently enrolled on Simon Zutshi's Mastermind 22 to pursue his passion for property.

Filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 'Sheriff' Anthony has a degree of success[permanent dead link], burytimes.co.uk; accessed 21 February 2016.
  2. ^ The Honey Trap website, thehoneytrap.com; accessed 21 February 2016.
  3. ^ MIAAC FILM FESTIVAL, iaac.us, November 7-11, 2007.
  4. ^ The London's Burning Archives[permanent dead link]

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