1956 (age 60–61)
|Alma mater||Lincoln College, Oxford|
Gaminara was educated at Lincoln College at the University of Oxford.[not in citation given] He is married to English actress, Kate Lock, and together they have two sons, Joe and Fred. They live in London.
Gaminara plays Dr Richard Locke in the long-running radio soap opera, The Archers. He also voices audiobooks, including Bernard Cornwell's Sharpe novels. His other television credits include Will Newman in Attachments and Dr Andrew Bower in Casualty. Away from acting, he wrote the screenplay for the BBC adaptation of Rachel Morris's novel, Ella and the Mothers. His most notable role was Professor Leo Dalton in the BBC crime drama series Silent Witness, playing the part from 2002 until the death of his character in 2013. He played the part once more in 2017 in the final episode of series 20.
In 2015 Gaminara appeared as Samuel Harrogate in the BBC TV series Father Brown episode 3.13 "The Paradise of Thieves".
- The Bill as Insp. Bruce / Dr. Anthony Perry (1991-1996)
- Dangerfield in "Games" as Matthew Davidson (1996)
- Rag Nymph in "Episodes 2.1 & 2.2" as Mr. Quinton (1997)
- The Moth as Mr. Quinton (1997 TV movie)
- The Broker's Man in "Pensioned Off" as Supt Staples (1998)
- Hope & Glory as Colin Ward (1999)
- The Law as Alan Vine (2000 TV movie)
- Attachments as Will Newman (2000)
- People Like Us in "The Airline Pilot" as Captain Paul Connors (2001)
- The Gist as Phillip Boden (2002 TV movie)
- MI-5 in "Spiders" as Victor Gleeson (2003)
- Silent Witness as Professor Leo Dalton (2002-2013, 2017)
- Father Brown in "The Paradise of Thieves" as Samuel Harrogate (2015)
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