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James Gaddas (born 9 June 1960 in Ragworth, Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham) is an English actor best known for playing Governing Governor Neil Grayling in ITV's Bad Girls. Prior to Bad Girls, Gaddas had played Robert Prescott in Coronation Street in 1989 before returning later as Vinnie Sorrell.
Gaddas has also made appearances on The Bill, Tracy Beaker Returns, Medics, Dogtown, BBC's daytime soap Doctors and Waterloo Road and in 2015, he acted in Emmerdale, playing Ged, who is a prisoner awaiting trial for murder.
Gaddas is a member of the Conservative Party and was selected as a candidate for Stockton South in the 2005 UK general election, but finished in second place behind Labour's Dari Taylor after gaining 34.1% of the vote.
He is married to Deborah Gaddas, with whom he has a daughter, Cate.
- Shenton, Mark. " 'The Girls', Musical by Gary Barlow and Tim Firth, to Premiere in West End" Playbill, 16 September 2016
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