Charlie Creed-Miles

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Charlie Creed-Miles
Born (1972-03-24) 24 March 1972 (age 51)
Nottingham, England
Years active1987–present
ChildrenEsmé Creed-Miles

Charlie Creed-Miles (born 24 March 1972) is an English Actor, Writer, Director and Producer.[1] He is notable for his film roles which include Let Him Have It (1991), London Kills Me (1991), Loved Up (1995), The Fifth Element (1997), Nil By Mouth (1997), Essex Boys (2000), King Arthur (2004), Harry Brown (2009), Wild Bill (2011), 100 Streets (2016), and Romans in 2017.

Personal life[edit]

Creed-Miles was born 24 March 1972,[2] in Nottingham.[3] Charlie Creed-Miles is a graduate of Anna Scher Theatre school in Islington[4]

His relationship with actress Samantha Morton (with whom he co-starred in The Last Yellow) produced a daughter, Esmé Creed-Miles, born in 2000.[5]


In 1991, he had minor appearances in Let Him Have It with Danny Dyer,[4] and the film London Kills Me.[4]

In 1995, he had a main role in the BBC drama Loved Up, a school information film for teenagers to show the risks of taking ecstasy.[6] The cast included Lena Headey, Ian Hart, and Jason Isaacs,[6] and won a BAFTA award as Best Children's Drama in 1996.[7]

In 1997, He appeared in the Luc Besson directed science fiction action film The Fifth Element,[4] alongside Bruce Willis and Ian Holm.[3] The same year, he played heroin addict Billy,[4] alongside Kathy Burke and Ray Winstone,[8] in the Gary Oldman directed film Nil By Mouth,[3] which was Nominated for a Palme d'Or (Golden Palm) for best film at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival.[8]

In 2000, he was the narrator and main character in the British crime film Essex Boys, which co-starred Sean Bean and Tom Wilkinson and was about a real-life drugs-related ambush.[4] The same year he featured in the BBC serial The Sins, opposite Pete Postlethwaite.[4]

In 2009, He starred as Detective Sergeant Terence "Terry" Hicock in Harry Brown, in a cast that included Michael Caine, Emily Mortimer, Liam Cunningham and David Bradley,[1]

In 2011, he starred as the protagonist, in Wild Bill, alongside Will Poulter, who played his son. The cast included a host of British talent with Leo Gregory, Neil Maskell, Liz White, Iwan Rheon, Olivia Williams, Jaime Winstone, Andy Serkis, and Sean Pertwee, and scored a perfect 100% on Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer.[9]

In 2016, he starred opposite Idris Elba and Gemma Arterton in the London drama film 100 Streets, for which, he attended the premiere at the BFI Southbank in London.[10]



Year Title Role Notes
1989 Skulduggery The Band - McBride TV film
1991 Let Him Have It Second Boy in School
London Kills Me Kid in Lift
1993 15: The Life and Death of Philip Knight Simon Knight TV film
The Punk and the Princess David
1995 The Young Poisoner's Handbook Berridge
Loved Up Danny TV film
1997 The Fifth Element David
Nil by Mouth Billy
1998 Brand New World Stanley Jardine
1999 The Last Yellow Kenny
2000 Essex Boys Billy Reynolds
2001 Station Jim Bob Gregson TV film
2002 Lenny Blue Toby Anderson TV film
2004 King Arthur Ganis
2006 Born Equal Man in Hostel TV film
2009 Freefall Area Manager TV film
Harry Brown D.S. Terry Hicock
2010 Hereafter Photographer
2011 You and I Ian
Shirley Mike Sullivan TV film
Wild Bill Wild Bill
2016 100 Streets George
Ellen Leon TV film
Once in a Lifetime Grant TV film
2017 Against the Law Superintendent Jones TV film
Romans or Retaliation (in U.S.) Paul Film
2021 Gunfight at Dry River Cooper Ryles Western


Year Title Role Notes
1987 The Gemini Factor Lee 6 episodes
1989 Screen Two Ivor Episode: "Words of Love"
Press Gang Danny McColl 12 episodes
Casualty Eric Newcombe Episode: "Vital Spark"
1990 The Bill Gary Staples Episode: "Just for a Moment"
1991 All Good Things Jake Episode: "The Trip North"
Drop the Dead Donkey Carl Episode: "Damien Down and Out"
1992 Screen One Danny Episode: "Trust Me"
1992–1993 The Upper Hand Al 4 episodes
1993 Between the Lines Lloyd Manning Episode: "Crack Up"
London's Burning Rob 1 episode
1994 The Chief Chas Sewell 1 episode
Casualty Philip O'Connor Episode: "Negative Equity"
1995 A Touch of Frost Alan Teal Episode: "No Refuge"
The Bill Adrian Finch Episode: "Feeling Guilty"
Chandler & Co Adam Purlow Episode: "Money for Nothing"
Faith in the Future Jools 6 episodes
2000 The Sins Alan Long 2 episodes
2002 White Teeth Ryan Topps Miniseries
2003 Hardware Terry Episode: "Women"
Waking the Dead Tanner Episode: "Breaking Glass"
Charles II: The Power and the Passion James, Duke of York Mini-series
2004 Agatha Christie's Marple Harold Crackenthorpe Episode: "4:50 from Paddington"
2005 Hustle Howard Jennings Episode: "Gold Mine"
2007 Five Days DC Stephen Beam Series regular
Skins Fighting Bath Man Episode: "Chris"
2008 Criminal Justice Simon Ticehurst 2 episodes
2011 Injustice DI Mark Wenborn Miniseries
Great Expectations Sergeant 1 episode
Silent Witness Francis Mynall Episode: "Lost"
2012 Endeavour Teddy Samuels Episode: "Pilot"
True Love David 2 episodes
Falcón José Luis Ramírez 2 episodes
2013 Peaky Blinders Billy Kimber 4 episodes
2015 Death in Paradise Jack Harmer Episode: "Unlike Father, Unlike Son"
The Frankenstein Chronicles Pritty 5 episodes
2016 Ripper Street Horace Buckley 3 episodes
2018 Silent Witness Conor Flannery 4 episodes
2019 World on Fire David Walker 2 episodes
Giri/Haji Connor Abbott 8 episodes

Music Video[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Charlie Creed-Miles". Retrieved 29 March 2023.
  2. ^ "Charlie Creed-Miles". Retrieved 29 March 2023.
  3. ^ a b c "Charlie Creed-Miles | | Film".
  4. ^ a b c d e f g Mottram, James (4 July 2000). "Charlie's a diamond geezer".
  5. ^ "Morton: From Nottingham to Hollywood". BBC News. 27 January 2004. Retrieved 10 January 2021.
  6. ^ a b "Loved Up (1995)". Retrieved 29 March 2023.
  7. ^ "Loved Up 1995". Retrieved 29 March 2023.
  8. ^ a b "Festival de Cannes: Nil by Mouth". Retrieved 23 September 2009.
  9. ^ "Wild Bill - 2011, Drama, 1h 38m". Retrieved 29 March 2023.
  10. ^ "Scott Davis from HeyUGuys interviews Charlie Creed-Miles on the red carpet for the premiere of 100 Streets held at London's BFI Southbank". HeyUGuys. 9 November 2016.
  11. ^ "North Of Ping Pong - What Goes Up Must Come Down". northofpingpong (Youtube). 2012.
  12. ^ "Fly Like An Eagle (Official Video) 2020". Stereophonics Official (youtube). 2020.

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