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Vasta Roy Blackwood
19 October 1962
Vasta Roy "Vas" Blackwood (born 19 October 1962) is a British actor from London.
Blackwood played Lenny Henry's sidekick Winston Churchill in The Lenny Henry Show (1987) and David Sinclair in Casualty (1996–97). Since playing Rory Breaker in the hit film Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998) he has had a number of film roles, including Mean Machine (2001), 9 Dead Gay Guys (2002) and Creep (2004). In 2005 he appeared in A Bear's Tail, a spin-off of Bo' Selecta!. He also made an appearance as Lennox Gilbey in Only Fools and Horses. He also played main character Dexter in Spatz.
In 2008 he did voiceover work on the video game Fable II.
In 2013 he did voiceover work on a Tesco advertisement, this was launched and played on various different channels within the United Kingdom in the Summer period.
|1984||Arthur's Hallowed Ground||Henry||Television film|
|1986||Only Fools and Horses||Lennox Gilbey||BBC comedy series (1 episode: "Series 5, Episode 3 - 'The Longest Night'")|
|1987-88||The Lenny Henry Show||Winston||Television series (12 episodes)|
|1989||In Sickness and in Health||Pele||Television series (4 episodes)|
|1990-92||Spatz||Dexter Williams||Television series (33 episodes)|
|1998||Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels||Rory Breaker|
|2002||Fun at the Funeral Parlour||Coltrane Benz|
|2002||9 Dead Gay Guys||Donkey-Dick Dark|
|2003||The Trouble with Men and Women||Travis|
|2006||Rollin' with the Nines||Finny|
|2007-08||My Spy Family||Des||Television series (5 episodes)|
|2012||All God's Children||Mark|
|2016||The Comedian's Guide to Survival||Dustin Langer|
|2016||Thunderbirds Are Go||Pirate Reece (voice)||1 episode|
- (2006) "Interview With Vas Blackwood, Creator and Owner of Vastaman.com.". Jamaicans.com. Retrieved 12 March 2016.
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