Dylan was born in Seaton in Devon in 1984 as Edward Hill and began his stage career with the nearby Sidmouth Youth Theatre in 200, attributing his love of acting to Angela Davies, head of drama at Sidmouth College, where he was a pupil. Following A Levels he went to university to read Product Design but realised that he had made the wrong choice and, after six months at a Devon factory, enrolled at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff, where he met his partner, actress Natasha O' Keefffe, (born Brighton, 1st December 1986). Changing his name to avoid confusion with an actor already called Edward Hill, he made his major television debut in the sitcom 'Ideal' and has since appeared in largely comedic roles; in the series 'The Job Lot', 'Pramface' and 'Shelf-Stackers.' As well as acting he is a writer, with two comedy scripts, 'Huey and the Awesome' and 'Guardians' in the pipeline.
- DC Ross Pritchard
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