Jonathan Aris

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Jonathan Aris (born 1971) is a British actor who has appeared in films, television and the theatre. Aris has narrated three TV documentaries, all of which were produced and aired by the National Geographic Channel. These include Air Crash Investigation in the UK, Trapped (two episodes only), and Microkillers. He also appears as Philip Anderson in the BBC television series Sherlock.

Filmography (as actor)[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1995 Fame: The Musical
1997 The Jackal Alexander Radzinski
1997 Metroland Dave
1999 Topsy-Turvy Wilhelm
2002 Ali G Indahouse Interviewer in Staines
2002 Birthday Girl D.I. O'Fetiger
2003 Eroica Paul Dorfmueller TV Movie
2004 Not Only But Always Jonathan Miller TV Movie
2005 The Government Inspector Bryan Wells TV Movie
2005 Riot at the Rite Jean Cocteau TV Movie
2006 Beau Brummell: This Charming Man Marquis of Worcester TV Movie
2007 Confessions of a Diary Secretary Bernard TV Movie
2009 Bright Star Leigh Hunt
2015 The Martian Brendan Hatch
2016 Race Arthur Lill Post-production
2016 Star Wars: Rogue One Senator Jebel Filimg

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1998 As Time Goes By Waiter Episode: "An Old Flame"
2006 The Amazing Mrs Pritchard Richard Leavis 6 episodes
2008 Wallander Albinsson Episode: "One Step Behind"
2008 Merlin Matthew Episode: "The Moment of Truth"
2009 Doc Martin
2010 Being Human Newsreader Episode: "Serve God, Love Me and Mend"
2010 - present Sherlock Philip Anderson Recurring; 4 episodes
2010 Spooks Azis Aibek Episode: "9.3"
2012 Silk Dr Liam King Episode: "2.4"
2015 The Game Alan Montag Main Cast; mini-series
2015 Wolf Hall (TV series) James Bainham Recurring; 2 episodes

Theater[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 Death of a Salesman [1]

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role
1997 Croc: Legend of the Gobbos Croc/ Additional Voices (voice)
1999 Croc 2 Croc (voice)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Death of a Salesman - Lyric Shaftesbury, London". The Guardian. 17 May 2005. Retrieved 20 March 2012. 

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