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Richard Winsor

Richard Winsor is a British actor from Nottinghamshire but trained and lives in London. Most recently Richard has been starring as doctor 'Cal Knight' in the hit prime time medical drama Casualty on the BBC. His performances as Cal have earned him critical acclaim and cemented him as one of the most popular characters in the shows recent history. ... See full bio »
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Casualty Caleb Knight
StreetDance 3D
Swan Lake
Swan Lake The Swan / Stranger
Eve John


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 2013/III Eve (Short)
 2012 Swan Lake
The Swan / Stranger
 2011 Hollyoaks (TV Series)
Father Francis / Nathan Harker
- Episode #1.3182 (2011) ... Father Francis / Nathan Harker
- Episode #1.3181 (2011) ... Father Francis / Nathan Harker
 2010 StreetDance: The Moves (Video)
 2010 StreetDance 3D
 2003 Nutcracker! (TV Movie)
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: Plays Anthony in "Play Without Words" play devised by Matthew Bourne inspired by the film "The Servant" by Joseph Losey based on the novel "The Servant" by Robin Maugham (Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles, California, USA).

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Attended Ranby House and Worksop College in Nottinghamshire. See more »

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