Daniel Flynn (actor)
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|Born||1961 (age 57–58)|
|Spouse(s)||Serena Evans (1990-present)|
Daniel Flynn is an English actor born in 1961 in Evesham, Worcestershire but moved to Bromley, Kent as a baby. He is the son of actor Eric Flynn and his wife Fern. He has a brother and sister; his brother is actor Jerome Flynn. He also has a half-brother and sister from his father's second marriage; Johnny Flynn is a musician and actor.
Flynn has been acting on TV since 1983. From 2006 until 2009, he played the role of Superintendent John Heaton in the long-running ITV1 police drama The Bill. He had previously had brief parts in The Bill playing a criminal in the episode "The Assassins" on 20 December 1988 and a Mr. Hemming in "Bringing Up Baby" in January 1993. Flynn's other TV credits include Goodbye Mr Chips, The Detectives, The Peter Principle, Soldier Soldier, Peak Practice, Murder in Mind, William and Mary, Afterlife and Island at War. He also starred as 'Ginger' in the motion picture Biggles: Adventures in Time.
Flynn has also worked as a voice actor. He supplied the voice of Pak the Banana in the English version of the Spanish animated series The Fruities and appeared in anime films including Angel Cop, Dark Myth, Cyber City Oedo 808 and both movies of The Heroic Legend of Arslan. He has voiced numerous video games, including Dark Souls, where he played Solaire of Astora, Vamos the Blacksmith and Giant Blacksmith. He was also Alfred in the game Bloodborne.
- "Eric Flynn (obituary)". The Telegraph. 16 March 2002. Retrieved 24 May 2012.
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