Rufus Jones (actor)
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17 May 1975 |
|Occupation||Actor and writer|
|Notable work||Flying Scotsman in "Thomas & Friends"|
Rufus Jones (born 17 May 1975) is an English actor and writer.
Jones played Doctor Foggerty in Julia Davis's BAFTA nominated Hunderby and Terry Jones in BBC Four's BAFTA-nominated Holy Flying Circus. He has co-written and starred in William & Sinclair for Sky Atlantic's Common Ground season. He has also recently filmed Marple for ITV, as well as It's Kevin, The Wrong Mans and W1A for the BBC. In 2015, Jones filmed a second series of Hunderby, Stag (a comedy thriller for BBC2), Camping (a new Julia Davis project for Sky Atlantic) and is currently filming an untitled Martin Campbell movie.
Other credits include Fresh Meat (series 2), Toast of London, Mongrels (in which he voiced Nelson The Fox), Extras, Lead Balloon, Peep Show, Crooked House, The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret, Love Soup, Katy Brand's Big Ass Show, Green Green Grass, My Family, Losing It, Secret Smile, Stag, White Teeth. In 2011, Jones starred in the one-off BBC Christmas show Lapland.
Jones's 2013 role as Nick Edwards, the slimy opposing candidate to Bob Servant, brought him new recognition in the cult BBC Four Neil Forsyth comedy Bob Servant. This show was first broadcast in the UK in January/February 2013; with a move planned to BBC2 later in the year.
In 2015 Jones appeared as Miles Mollison in the BBC TV mini series The Casual Vacancy.
Awards and nominations
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