Leo Bill

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Leo Bill
Born Leo Martin Bill
(1980-08-31) 31 August 1980 (age 36)
Warwickshire, England
Occupation actor
Years active 2001–present

Leo Martin Bill[1] (born 31 August 1980 in Warwickshire, England) is an English actor, best known for his role as James Brocklebank in the 2006 film The Living and the Dead. He is son of actors Sheila Kelley and Stephen Bill.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film/Show Role Notes
2001 Gosford Park Jim
2002 Attachments Mat Episode: "The Domino Effect"
2002 All or Nothing Young Man
2002 28 Days Later Private Jones
2002 Two Men Went to War Pvt. Leslie Cuthbertson
2003 Midsomer Murders Darren Episode: "A Tale of Two Hamlets"
2003 Spooks Corporal Eric Woods 1 episode
2003 Eroica Reis TV Film
2003 LD 50 Lethal Dose Danny
2003 CanterburyThe Canterbury Tales Terry Episode: "The Man of Law's Tale"
2004 Messiah III: The Promise Garry White
2004 Vera Drake Ronny
2005 Silent Witness Richard Episode: "The Meaning of Death: Part 1"
2005 Kinky Boots Harry Sampson
2005 A Very Social Secretary Flemming TV Film
2005 These Foolish Things Garstin
2006 LivingThe Living and the Dead James Brocklebank
2006 FallThe Fall Darwin/Orderly
2007 Becoming Jane John Warren
2007 Jekyll Dave 1 episode
2007 Lead Balloon Garry Episode: "Idiot"
2008 Sense and Sensibility Robert Ferrars 2 episodes
2008 Ashes to Ashes Ryan Burns 1 episode
2009 Me and Orson Welles Norman Lloyd
2010 Doctor Who Pilot A Christmas Carol
2010 Alice in Wonderland Hamish Ascot
2011 GirlThe Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Trinity
2013 Loony in the Woods[3] Bouffe
2013 Pramface Richard Episode: "The Edge of Hell"
2013 The Borgias Cardinal Costanzo 3 episodes
2013 The White Queen Reginald Bray 3 episodes
2014 A Long Way Down Dr. Stephens
2014 Mr. Turner J.E. Mayall
2016 Alice Through the Looking Glass Hamish Ascot

Theatre[edit]

In 2010 he appeared as Alistair Ryle in Posh by Laura Wade at the Royal Court Theatre in London. In 2011, he played Charles Surface in Richard Brinsley Sheridan's The School for Scandal at the Barbican Theatre, directed by Deborah Warner. In 2015 he appeared as Horatio in a production of Hamlet at the same venue, alongside Benedict Cumberbatch in the title role.

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Result Film
2006 Fantastic Fest Best Actor Won The Living and the Dead

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