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Robert Duncan was born on July 27, 1952 in Cornwall, England, UK. He trained to be a journalist, and worked for the Cornish Reporter. He made his television debut starring alongside the late Nyree Dawn Porter, and Ian Hendry in the ITV daytime drama For Maddie with Love. He went on to guest star in some of Britain's leading series, such as Boon, ... See full bio »
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Drop the Dead Donkey
The Miracle Maker
The Easter Stories
The Upper Hand
The Upper Hand Fred Harrison / Ted


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 2012 The Fall of Singapore: The Great Betrayal (TV Movie documentary)
Director of Public Prosecutions
 2008/II The Echo (Short)
Father Jerome
 1990-2008 Drop the Dead Donkey (TV Series)
Gus Hedges
- Unaired Pilot (2008) ... Gus Hedges
- The Final Chapter (1998) ... Gus Hedges
- A Bit of an Atmosphere (1998) ... Gus Hedges
- George Finds Love (1998) ... Gus Hedges
- But Is It Art? (1998) ... Gus Hedges
 2005 Absolute Power (TV Series)
Lionel Blackmore
- Identity Crisis (2005) ... Lionel Blackmore
 2005 The Jealous God
 2003 Blackball (uncredited)
 2003 Where the Heart Is (TV Series)
Michael Oliver-Watts
- A Time to Dance (2003) ... Michael Oliver-Watts
- Love Hurts (2003) ... Michael Oliver-Watts
 2000 Chambers (TV Series)
Matthew Hodley
- Trial by Television (2000) ... Matthew Hodley
 2000 Wilfred (Short) (voice)
 2000 The Miracle Maker
Lazarus (voice)
 2000 London's Burning (TV Series)
Brian Graves
- Episode #12.5 (2000) ... Brian Graves
- Episode #12.1 (2000) ... Brian Graves
 1998 The Young Person's Guide to Becoming a Rock Star (TV Series)
Showbiz Lawyer
- Sign on the Line (1998) ... Showbiz Lawyer
 1997 Mr. White Goes to Westminster (TV Movie)
Paul Madison
 1996-1997 The WHO of Christian Heritage (TV Series)
Story teller
- Wilfred (1997) ... Story teller
- Hild (1997) ... Story teller
- Oswald (1996) ... Story teller
 1993-1996 Casualty (TV Series)
Peter Hayes / Peter Taylor
- Asking for Miracles (1996) ... Peter Hayes
- Land of Hope (1996) ... Peter Hayes
- We Shall Overcome (1996) ... Peter Hayes
- Castles in the Air (1995) ... Peter Hayes
- Lost Boys (1995) ... Peter Hayes
 1995 The Upper Hand (TV Series)
Ted / Fred Harrison
- Fatal Attraction (1995) ... Ted / Fred Harrison
 1995 The ABC of Christian Heritage (TV Series)
- Cuthbert (1995)
- Bede (1995)
- Aidan (1995) ... Storyteller
 1994 The Easter Stories (TV Series)
- Pilate's Tale (1994) ... Pilate
 1991 Amnesty International's Big 30 (TV Movie)
Gus Hedges
 1988 Boon (TV Series)
Brian Sullivan
- Have a Nice Day (1988) ... Brian Sullivan
 1987 The Bill (TV Series)
Dr. Nicholson
- The New Order of Things (1987) ... Dr. Nicholson
 1985 Screen Two (TV Series)
- The Burston Rebellion (1985) ... Casey
 1984 Mitch (TV Series)
P.C. Scott
- Who Must Remain Anonymous (1984) ... P.C. Scott (uncredited)
 1982 Squadron (TV Series)
Flt. Lt. Brian Phelps
- The Veteran (1982) ... Flt. Lt. Brian Phelps
 1980 Juliet Bravo (TV Series)
- Cages (1980) ... Demonstrator (uncredited)
 1980 For Maddie with Love (TV Series)
Neil Laurie
- Episode #1.1 (1980) ... Neil Laurie
 1980 Enemy at the Door (TV Series)
Private Carter
- The Raid (1980) ... Private Carter
 1980 A Different Drummer (TV Movie)
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Toured the UK playing Malcolm in Alan Bleasdale's Having A Ball. Some of the venues included the Kings Theatre in Edinburgh (Scotland, UK), the Theatre Royal in Nottingham (England, UK), and the Cambridge Arts Theatre (England, UK). See more »

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Is currently touring the United Kingdom, playing Bernard in Ian Dickens' "Don't Dress for Dinner". See more »



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