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Julian Paul Kerridge
March 3, 1973
|Sex, Chips & Rock n' Roll, Dangerfield, Breaking the Code, Fat Friends|
Julian Paul Kerridge (born 3 March 1973) is an English actor, director and writer best known for his roles in the TV series' Fat Friends and Sex, Chips & Rock n' Roll and the film Breaking the Code with Derek Jacobi. He also directed and co-wrote the feature film Seamonsters and the short film All Day Breakfast
|1994||Coronation Street||Leo Pennington|
|1994||Fair Game (1994 film)||Carl|
|1994||Casualty (TV series)||PC Kevin Bradshaw|
|1995||Dangerfield (TV series)||Ben|
|1996||Tales from the Crypt (TV series)||Policeman|
|1996||Brookside||Kevin 'Macca' MacDonald|
|1996||Breaking the Code (film)||Ron Miller|
|1998||The Jump (1998 TV series)||Sadie Gold|
|1999||Sex, Chips & Rock n' Roll||Tex|
|2004||Dunkirk (TV series)||Cpl Tich Humphreys|
In the media
- "British Council Film: All Day Breakfast".
- "Preston auditions for Blackpool film planned". The Westmorland Gazette.
- "All Day Breakfast". IMDb.
- "Julian Kerridge - Coronation Street Wiki".
- "Review of Fair Game - 23 June 1994". The Stage.
- "Fair Game - 20 May 1994". The Newcastle Journal.
- "Fair Game TX (Transmission card)". BBC Pebble Mill.
- "Dunkirk - Michael Legge is Private Wilf Saunders". BBC.
- Julian Kerridge on Twitter
- Julian Kerridge on imdb
- BFI profile for Julian Kerridge
- Julian Kerridge on Vimeo
- Films directed by Julian Kerridge • Letterboxd
- Julian Kerridge - Screen and Film School
- Julian Kerridge | Knight Hall Agency
- Seamonsters by Julian Kerridge | Corinth Films
- Julian Kerridge on linkedin
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