Richard Corgan

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Richard Corgan is a Welsh actor. He was born and brought up in Cwmtwrch. In January 1978 he went to Maesydderwen school, and later to Gorseinon College, Aberystwyth University and The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

Corgan's television roles include the recurring character Dafydd "Dav" Llewellyn in 'BBC's 'Doctors' and a leading role in two series of the BBC Wales drama 'Baker Boys'. He has also appeared in the BBC programmes Casualty,[1] Caught in the Web, and THe B Word.

Corgan's films include the infamous low budget horror film Colin, and the short films Nowhere Fast and The Sunday. He also appeared in the Naomi Watts film Diana (2013).

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  1. ^ BBC One, Casualty, Series 24; accessed 6 November 2016.