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18 January 1952 |
|Known for||Thomas & Friends (UK)|
|Spouse(s)||Helen Worth (m. 1991; div. 2001)
Jennifer Khalastchi (m. 2001)
|Relatives||Paul Angelis (brother)|
Angelis trained at the College of Dramatic Art, Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, Glasgow, where, inter alia, he played roles in Brendan Behan's The Hostage and The Zykovs by Maxim Gorky. He was featured in Boys from the Black Stuff (1982) and G.B.H..
Angelis appeared in comedies such as The Liver Birds (1975–78) and Luv (1993–94) and films such as A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square (1979) and No Surrender (1985). In 1983, he appeared at the Manchester Royal Exchange in Harold Pinter's 'The Caretaker'. He was a villain in the revived television series Auf Wiedersehen, Pet (2002), alongside former fellow Black Stuff star Alan Igbon. He narrated the Thomas & Friends TV series in the UK from 1991 to 2012, when he took over from Ringo Starr until Mark Moraghan took over him.
He narrated John Peel's autobiography, Margrave of the Marshes, which was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2005. In 2006, he starred in Fated, a film set in Liverpool, as well as in episodes of Midsomer Murders and The Bill in 2007. In September 2011, he participated in the BBC Radio 4 programme The Reunion talking with others cast members about his roles in the Boys from the Blackstuff.
Angelis married Welsh model Jennifer Thomas Khalastchi in 2001.
|1974||Village Hall||Terry Elliot|
|1977||Robin's Nest||Niarchos and Waiter|
|The Professionals||Len Clarke|
|2000||Thomas and the Magic Railroad||James and Percy||Voices; film cut|
|2005||Calling All Engines!||UK Narrator||Voice|
|2009||Hero of the Rails|
|2010||Misty Island Rescue|
|2011||Day of the Diesels|
|2012||Blue Mountain Mystery|
|1972||The Scobie Man||Fire Officer|
|The Thirty-Minute Theatre||Mike|
|1975–78||The Liver Birds||Lucien Boswell|
|1978||Play for Today||Christopher "Chrissie" Todd||Episode: "The Muscle Market"|
|1979||Me, You and Him||Lucien Boswell|
|1982||The Professionals||Len Clarke||Episode: "Lawson's Last Stand"|
|Boys from the Blackstuff||Christopher "Chrissie" Todd|
|1985||I Woke Up One Morning||Max|
|1991–2012||Thomas & Friends||UK Narrator|
|US Narrator||Video 2004: New Friends for Thomas|
|1992||Wail of the Banshee||Merlin|
|Between the Lines||Det Insp Kendrick|
|1993, 1995, 1998, 2015||Casualty||Gordon McCauley/Jez Ingrams/Ollie Yates/Stanley Momford||S7 EP24, S10 EP14, S13 EP14, S29 EP21|
|1996||Whatever Happened to The Liver Birds? 1997 A Touch of Frost||Lucien Hennessey|
|1998||The Jump||Donald Lewis|
|2002||Auf Wiedersehen, Pet||Mickey Startup|
|2007||The Bill||Martin Donnelly||Episode: "Good Cop Bad Cop"|
|2012||Good Cop||Robert Rocksavage|
|1999||Thomas & Friends: The Great Festival Adventure||All characters|
|2000||Thomas & Friends: Trouble on the Tracks|
|2002||Thomas & Friends: Building the New Line|
- Crawford, Sue (7 March 2010). "Coronation Street's Gail in Jail: Helen Worth on soap's hottest story". Daily Mirror. Retrieved 16 June 2010.
- Profile, audiogo.com; accessed August 14, 2014.
- "Coronation Street's Helen Worth talks for the first time about her marriage break-up sadness". Daily Mirror. 12 March 2001. Retrieved 9 April 2015.