Bill Ward (actor)
5 May 1967 |
Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England
|Alma mater||Bristol University|
He acted widely in theatre and television, joining the cast of Coronation Street in 2003, portraying local builder Charlie Stubbs, until 2007 when his character was killed by Tracy Barlow after a domestic abuse storyline. He made his second appearance in a major soap opera role as James Barton in Emmerdale beginning in 2013. Outside acting, Ward is noted as a photographer.
|2001||Jonathan Creek||Vernon Spools|
|2002||Footballers' Wives||Mike Grainger|
|2002||Rose and Maloney||Mikey|
|2003||Holby City||Patrick Sanders|
|2003 - 2007||Coronation Street||Charlie Stubbs||258 episodes|
|2007||Cold Blood||Paul Attwell|
|2008||Midsomer Murders||Sam Nelms|
|2008||Heartbeat||Mad Dan Neeley|
|2003 - 2008||The Bill||Rob Towler / Charlie Phillips|
|2009||Everything But the Ball||Geoff|
|2011||The Great Ghost Rescue||Lord Alfred Seymour|
|2012||Crime Stories||Carl Thompson|
|2009 - 2012||Doctors||Reverend Roderick McAllister / Larry Bryan|
|2013–present||Emmerdale||James Barton||270 episodes|
- "About Bill". Bill Ward Photography. Retrieved 12 May 2016.
- Dainty, Sophie (4 April 2013). "Former 'Coronation Street' actor Bill Ward 'glad' about Charlie legacy". Digital Spy.
- Lloyd, Albertina (29 August 2013). "From the cobbles to the Dales: Coronation Street actor Bill Ward joins Emmerdale". The Independent.
- Whetstone, David (24 July 2013). "Ex-Corrie actor Bill Ward on his passion for photography". The Journal.
- *"Former Coronation Street star Bill Ward puts Manchester in the picture for his new photography exhibition". Manchester Evening News. 6 September 2012.
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