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Stephen Simms

Stephen Simms is an actor, known for Henry V (1989), Maybe Baby (2000) and Longitude (2000). See full bio »
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Known For

Henry V
Henry V Lord Henry Scroop
(1989)
Maybe Baby
Maybe Baby Trevor
(2000)
Longitude
Longitude James Harrison
(2000)
Prisoner of Honor
Prisoner of Honor Eloise's husband
(1991)

Filmography

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 2000 Maybe Baby
Trevor
 2000 Longitude (TV Movie)
James Harrison
 1997 Ivanhoe (TV Mini-Series)
Martinvale
- Part Three (1997) ... Martinvale
 1996 Silent Witness (TV Series)
T.S.U. Leader
- Sins of the Fathers: Part 2 (1996) ... T.S.U. Leader
 1992 The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes (TV Mini-Series)
Stokes
- The Master Blackmailer (1992) ... Stokes
 1991 Prisoner of Honor (TV Movie)
Eloise's husband
 1991 Tonight at 8.30 (TV Series)
Johnnie (2nd Soldier)
- Still Life (1991) ... Johnnie (2nd Soldier)

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He acted in Christopher Hampton's play, "Les Liaisons Dangereuses," in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at the Ambassadors Theatre in London, England with Jonathan Hyde, Suzanne Bertish, Eleanor David, Jane Snowden, Clare Holman, Emma Piper, Samantha Bond, and Jonathan Cullen in the cast. Howard Davies was director.
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Principal of the Birmingham School of Acting for Stage, Screen & Broadcast (formerly Birmingham School of Speech & Drama).

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