|Born||Louis Emerick Grant
10 June 1963
Toxteth, Liverpool, England
Louis Emerick Grant (born 10 June 1963) is a British TV actor, born in the Toxteth area of Liverpool to a Liberian father and British mother. He is the youngest of ten children. He is best known for his portrayal of Mick Johnson in the soap opera Brookside. He also played PC Walsh in later episodes of Last of the Summer Wine. He has also appeared in Casualty, New Tricks, The Bill, Benidorm and Waterloo Road. He has appeared in films such as Layer Cake. He came third in the 2008 series of Celebrity Master Chef.
In 2014, Emerick starred in an episode of the soap opera Doctors. In September 2014, Emerick began playing the role of Horse in the touring production of The Full Monty. He has also starred in several other plays and pantos.
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