Benjamin Smith (actor)
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27 December 1989 |
Edgware, north London, England
|Other names||Ben Smith|
In a 2016 poll of the most detestable characters on British television conducted by the BBC, Smith came top for his portrayal of Del Boys son Damien.
Among Smith's other early roles are Holby City, Goodnight Mister Tom and Second Sight. He played Luke in the 2006 Doctor Who episode "School Reunion" and Joey Frazier in BBC's "Hustle". He played Jack in the BBC's Sherlock Holmes and the Baker Street Irregulars (2007).
Smith also appeared in Teachers, The Bill and Help! I'm a Teenage Outlaw. He had a recurring guest role in the first series of the E4 series Misfits (2009). That year he also appeared in the film Nowhere Boy. In 2010 he was the main character in episode 2 of the Jimmy McGovern-penned BBC drama serial Accused, where he played Frankie, a young soldier who seeks revenge on an army corporal after his friend commits suicide due to the corporal's actions.
- "Accused - Interview: Ben Smith plays Frankie Nash". BBC Press Office. 26 October 2010.
- Benjamin Smith on IMDb
- CV at United Agents
- Interview from the 2012 "Only Fools and Horses" convention
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