Bo Poraj

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Bo Poraj
Born Bohdan Poraj-Pstrokonski
1973 (age 44–45)
Residence Leytonstone, North East London
Occupation Actor
Years active 1995-present
Spouse(s) Natasha Little (m. 2003)
Children 2 sons
Website IMDb Page

Bohdan "Bo" Poraj-Pstrokonski (born 1973) is an English actor, best known for his film and television appearances, including the BBC sitcom Miranda.

Personal life[edit]

Poraj's parents are both Polish but moved to the United Kingdom before he was born.

Poraj studied at RADA. He lives in Leytonstone, North East London, with his wife, actress Natasha Little, whom he married in May 2003.[1] The couple have two sons, Gabriel (born 2004) and Joel (born 2009).

Career[edit]

Between 2012 and 2014, Poraj played the role of Mike Jackford in the BBC sitcom Miranda. In 2013, he made a guest appearance in Vicious. In 2014, he played the role of Bonacieux in the BBC series The Musketeers.

Writing[edit]

Poraj has also written 5 to 7 episodes of Doctors, as well as two episodes of EastEnders.[2]

Theatre[edit]

Year Title Role Director Theatre
2017 Gloria Lorin Michael Longhurst Hampstead Theatre

Filmography[edit]

Year Name Role
2014-15 The Musketeers Bonacieux
2013 Vicious Man in Club
2012-14 Miranda Mike Jackford
2009 The Thick of It Journalist
Pirate Radio Fredericks
2003-09 Doctors Paul Guillemot / Gordon Price / Lee Wharton
2007 Holby City Malcolm Stewart
Waking the Dead Viktor Cyrak
2006 Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker Soldier 1
2005 The Golden Hour Rick Peters
The Inspector Lynley Mysteries Martin
The Search For The Northwest Passage Captain Francis Crozier
2004 Murder Prevention James Gibson
The Queen of Sheba's Pearls Teacher
NY-LON Seth
EastEnders Andrew Warrick
D-Day 6.6.1944 Lt. George Lane
2003 Killing Hitler Polish SOE Agent
2001 Enigma Pinker
1997 Casualty Peter Mitchell
Underworld Dr. Stanforth
Wycliffe Richard Petheric
Caught in the Act Tarquin
1996 No Bananas Witold Wesolowski
1995 The Thin Blue Line Unspecified

References[edit]

  1. ^ Actress Natasha Little: How the scheming vixen became a wronged woman, Daily Mail 7 February 2009, retrieved 21 October 2013
  2. ^ Director: Michael Owen Morris; Executive Producer: Dominic Treadwell-Collins; Writer: Bo Poraj (14 August 2014). "Episode dated 14/08/2014". EastEnders. BBC. BBC One. 

External links[edit]

Bo Poraj on IMDb