Jason Carter (actor)
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Jason Carter in 2013.
Jason Brian Carter|
23 September 1960
Ealing, London, England, UK
Born in Ealing, London and brought up in Gainsborough, a small market-town in Lincolnshire, Carter appeared on stage since he was a child. Advised to pursue a career in rubber technology, Carter opted instead for three years at London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. In 1982, he landed his first television role on BBC2’s long-running Jackanory Playhouse (1965–1996) as Hawkwing. He has appeared in numerous television series including Viper, Beverly Hills, 90210, 3rd Rock from the Sun, Charmed, Angel and Babylon 5.
In 1988, he performed on London's West End (at the Phoenix Theatre, London) with James Wilby, Patrick Barlow, Sarah Berger, Paul Mooney and John Gordon Sinclair in The Common Pursuit a play by Simon Gray.
He also played the hedgehog, Hans, in an episode of the television series The Storyteller in 1987. In 2004, Carter also loaned his voice briefly to the James Bond video game GoldenEye: Rogue Agent, in the role of Bond. He also appeared in the film The Duel as William. He also appeared in Roots (2016 miniseries) as 'Viscount Shaw'.
- Demon Under Glass (2002) - Simon Molinar
- The Final Curtain (2007) – Eamon,
- Vampire (2010) - Simon, a horror-thriller drama by Jon Cunningham
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