George Rossi Poster


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Overview (1)

Born in Scotland, UK

Mini Bio (1)

Despite being born and raised in Scotland, George's roots are from Italy. He is fluent in Italian. The heavy set Scot made his acting debut in 1984, in Comfort and Joy (1984) and continued to work throughout the 1980s which included featuring in the TV Pilot Max Headroom (1985) and the film. The Singing Detective

In the 1990s, George continued to find work in television and film. He memorably featured in _Big Man, The_ (1990) as a fighter alongside Liam Neeson and he then returned to Italy to film Roseanna's Grave (1997), where he portrayed a police sergeant. This would come in useful to George, because he would then join the cast of popular Police drama series _"Bill, The" (1983)_ in 1998 as Detective Duncan Lennox. Rossi portrayed a down to earth yet effective policeman and soon became a fans favorite. After 4 years, George left the series in January 2003, but he will be remembered for portraying one of the most popular faces on The Bill in the late nineties. During his career he has featured alongside Jean Reno, Chris O'Donnell (I) and Sandra Bullock.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Tom Allen

Spouse (1)

Catrin (1988 - present) (separated)

Trivia (3)

The son of a French mother and an Italian father.
Has two children, Matilda and Santino.
His brother, Peter Rossi appeared alongside him in his acting début in Comfort and Joy (1984).

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