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Daniel Roche in 2009
|Born||Daniel Peter Roche
14 October 1999
Roche is the son of Judith (née Haines) and rugby journalist Anthony "Tony" Roche, the youngest of three boys, and attended the Susi Earnshaw Theatre School in Barnet, before moving on to the independent University College School in Hampstead, London.
For his appearances in Outnumbered as Ben, he was nominated for 'Best Male Newcomer' at the 2009 British Comedy Awards. He also appeared in the BBC One show Casualty, the 2008 film Off Season, and a number of television commercials, including one for Kingsmill bread.
Roche played the title role in a new BBC adaptation of Just William, which aired at Christmas 2010. He also appeared in the Sky1 comedy series Little Crackers, as a young Stephen Fry on 20 December 2010.
|2006||Casualty||Douglas Calvin||Episode: Family Matters|
|2007—2014||Outnumbered||Ben Brockman||Main role|
|2010||Animal Kingdom||SOG||Minor role|
|Little Crackers||Young Stephen Fry||Bunce|
|Just William||William Brown||Main role|
|2011||Friday Download||Secret Santa/Himself||Christmas special|
|Dani's House||Megaboyd||Recurring role|
|2013||Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor||Himself||Guest|
|British Comedy Award||2009||Nominated||Best Male Comedy Newcomer||Ben Brockman: Outnumbered|
|Children's BAFTA||2010||Won||Best Drama||Just William|
- "Outnumbered - Character Guide - British Comedy Guide". Comedy.co.uk. Retrieved 2012-05-25.
- Radio Times, 27 August-2 September 2011,p.22
- "Chance of place at Amy Winehouse school (From Times Series)". Times-series.co.uk. 2008-03-22. Retrieved 2012-05-25.
- "My Secret Life: Daniel Roche, 12, actor". The Independent. 11 August 2012.
- "The return of Just William: Meet the new Master Brown and Miss Bott | Mail Online". dailymail.co.uk. 2010-07-29. Retrieved 2012-05-25.
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