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Stephen Jameson is an actor, known for The Saint: The Software Murders (1989), The Bill (1984) and The Wars of the Roses (1965). See full bio »

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Known For

The Bill
The Bill Clark Dobson / Gerry Ash / Wilf Heaton
The Wars of the Roses
The Wars of the Roses Duke of Clarence / Bates / First Gardener / Sir Richard Ratcliffe / Son
A Touch of Frost
A Touch of Frost Stuart Penrice


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 1995 A Touch of Frost (TV Series)
Stuart Penrice
- No Refuge (1995) ... Stuart Penrice
 1986-1994 The Bill (TV Series)
Wilf Heaton / Gerry Ash / Clark Dobson
- The Sixth Age (1994) ... Wilf Heaton
- Tottering (1989) ... Gerry Ash
- With Friends Like That...? (1986) ... Clark Dobson
 1992 Soldier Soldier (TV Series)
Accommodation Officer
- Something Old, Something New (1992) ... Accommodation Officer
 1992 Ruth Rendell Mysteries (TV Series)
CID officer
- The Speaker of Mandarin: Part One (1992) ... CID officer
 1992 Van der Valk (TV Series)
Gerrit Post
- Still Waters (1992) ... Gerrit Post
 1991 Drop the Dead Donkey (TV Series)
1st Skinhead
- Damien Down and Out (1991) ... 1st Skinhead
 1990-1991 The Wars of the Roses (TV Series)
Duke of Clarence / Sir Richard Ratcliffe / Son / ...
- Henry VI: House of York (1991) ... Son
- Henry V (1991) ... Bates
- Richard II (1990) ... First Gardener
 1989 The Saint: The Software Murders (TV Movie)

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He directed Joe Orton's play, "The Erpingham Camp," in a Guildhall School of Music and Theatre production at the Guildhall Theatre in London, England with Gabriel Bisset-Smith, Henry Pettigrew, Emma McMorrow and Robert Wilson in the cast.

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