Simon Lowe

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Simon Lowe is a British actor who, amongst other titles, has played series regulars in Bodies (Dr. Tim Sibley), and The Grimleys (Shane Titley), both of which were written by Jed Mercurio. He also played Derek Evans in EastEnders. He is also the regular character, Sgt. James Collins in the British series, Doctors. In 2007, he portrayed the survivor of the Hindenburg disaster, Joseph Spah, in the drama from Channel 4, Hindenburg: The Untold Story, directed by Sean Grundy.

In 2010, in Channel 4's Bloody Foreigners, he playing the role of Jan Zumbach, of 303 squadron. In 2011, he made a single appearance in HBO's Game of Thrones as a wine merchant, and he has portrayed Mr Bell in the 4 O'Clock Club since 2013. He also plays Sir Cumference in the "A Knight's Tail" section of Hacker Time.

In the late 1980s, he had an regular role in Central Independent Television's Crossroads, playing teenager Jason Grice. Theatre work includes the portrayal of Dudley Moore in the show, "Pete and Dud: Come Again"[1] that successfully toured United Kingdom in 2007, alongside actor Gareth Tunley playing Peter Cook. In 2013, Lowe appeared as the monk in Bryan Singer's Jack the Giant Slayer, as Dr. Quentin in the adaptation of The Big Four, for the final series of Agatha Christie's Poirot, and as an snobbish maître d' in an episode of Downton Abbey.

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