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Rose was born in Manchester, and established himself as a theatre actor playing Sir Toby Belch in Twelfth Night and The Gangster in Kiss Me, Kate at Bristol Old Vic. Numerous touring appearances followed, including the Ludlow Festival, Dundee Repertory Theatre and Colwyn Bay.
In the 1980s and 1990s, he devoted his time mainly to touring theatre productions. In 1996, in a company that he co-founded with Ian Dickens, he appeared in a touring production of There's a Girl in My Soup with Jack Smethurst, Deborah McAndrew and Tony Scannell.
Rose is well known for appearing in pantomime as the Dame and has more than 20 years' experience of this.
In addition to his role in Robin of Sherwood, Rose played the part of a doctor from the regional health authority in the 1984 BBC nuclear-war drama Threads.
In 2007, Rose played the science-fiction writer A.K. 'Bunny' Cheesewight in the second story in BBC7's Scarifyers series, "The Devil of Denge Marsh". He reprised the role in 2010 in "The Secret Weapon of Doom".
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