Paul Jerricho

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Paul Jerricho
Born Paul Graham Coulthard
(1948-11-18) 18 November 1948 (age 68)
England
Occupation Actor
Children Jack, Rachel, Georgina

Paul Jerricho (born 18 November 1948) is a British actor.

Career[edit]

Jerricho attended Oswestry School in Shropshire. He trained at the Drama Centre London. He made his West End theatre debut in The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, starring Leonard Rossiter. Other theatre work includes The Biko Inquest at the Riverside Studios with Albert Finney; Manningham in Gaslight at Salisbury Playhouse; Dionysus in The Bacchae at Bristol Old Vic; Banquo in Macbeth and Hortensio in The Taming of the Shrew. Jerricho has also directed theatre productions, including The Long and the Short and the Tall at the Albery Theatre. He is an associate member of the British Actors' Theatre Company.

He has made numerous television appearances. His best-known roles include Robert Hastings during the final series of Howards' Way, violent P.E. teacher Mr. Hicks in Grange Hill and the Castellan in two Doctor Who stories, Arc of Infinity and The Five Doctors. Jerricho was also a regular in all three series of Triangle as Charles Woodhouse.

Other TV appearances include: Space: 1999, Secret Army, Enemy at the Door, The Bill, Doctors, Footballers' Wives, Holby City, Look Around You and EastEnders.

Personal life[edit]

Jerricho is divorced with two daughters, he has one son named Jack and is in a relationship with former Casualty actress Helena Little. He supports Coventry City F.C.. Hobbies include rugby and cricket. He lives in Wimbledon.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1978 The Thirty-Nine Steps P. C. Scott
1980 The Empire Strikes Back AT-AT Driver Uncredited

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1977 Space: 1999 1st security guard 1 episode
1981-83 Triangle Charles Woodhouse 78 episodes, credited as Paul Jerrico
1983 Doctor Who The Castellan 5 episodes
1990 Howards' Way Robert Hastings 11 episodes, credited as Paul Jerrico
1992-2000 The Bill Frank Carey and others 5 episodes
2001-07 Doctors Trevor Poulson and others 4 episodes
2004 Holby City Mr McCoy 1 episode, Braver Soul Than I
2012 Lewis Mr Atkins 1 episode, The Soul of Genius
2014 Casualty Walter Aitken 1 episode, Born Lucky

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nicola Roots (19 April 2012). "An interview with actor Paul Jerricho". yourtownwimbledon.com. Your Town Wimbledon. Retrieved 6 December 2015. 

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