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|Other names||Jo Dow|
Jonathan Dow (born 23 March 1965) is a British actor and voiceover artist. He joined the National Youth Theatre at the age of 14, and after finishing his A levels he trained at the Guildhall Drama School. His first big television role was as Under Secretary Tim in No Job for a Lady (BBC, 1990) with Penelope Keith.
He has also appeared as P.C. Stringer in The Bill (ITV, 1990–1993) and Dr. James Mortimer in the Jed Mercurio series Cardiac Arrest (BBC, 1994–1996). He also appeared in one episode of Sooty & Co. as a police officer.
Dow lives in London and has three sons, young genius Evan Dow, Lorcan Dow and Rory Dow