Billy Hartman

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Billy Hartman (born 1957) is a Scottish actor, well known for playing the part of Terry Woods on ITV's Emmerdale from 1995 until his character was killed off in 2011 after 16 years.


Together with Emmerdale co-stars Steve Halliwell and Alun Lewis, he was a member of UK 1990s country rock trio The Woolpackers, who had a UK hit single "Hillbilly Rock Hillbilly Roll" in November 1996.

He also played a small role in the film Highlander. He played the part of Dougal MacLeod, cousin of Connor McLeod.

Under the name GBH, Hartman was the host of the rock 'n' roll revival television show Oh Boy in 1979.

Hartman played a teenager in 1980s American horror film Slaughter High. Hartman also appeared as Isaac Talentire in the original west end production of Howard Goodall's musical The Hired Man.

Hartman appeared as Dave Slade, whose dog was attacking sheep, in the 1994 Heartbeat episode "Wild Thing".

On 26 October 2013, Hartman played the role of Graham O'Reilly in Casualty.


Year Title Role Notes
1986 Highlander Dougal MacLeod
1986 Slaughter High Frank


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