Julian Kerridge

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Julian Paul Kerridge

(1973-03-03) March 3, 1973 (age 50)
Rochdale, England
  • Actor
  • Director
  • Writer
Years active1993–present
Notable work
Sex, Chips & Rock n' Roll, Dangerfield, Breaking the Code, Fat Friends
Partner(s)Cerys Knighton
ChildrenOlive Bullivant-Kerridge

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[1] and the short film All Day Breakfast[2][3][4]


Year Project Role
1994 Coronation Street Leo Pennington[5]
1994 Fair Game (1994 film) Carl[6][7][8]
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
2002-2005 Fat Friends Sean
2004 Dunkirk (TV series) Cpl Tich Humphreys[9]

In the media


  1. "Seamonsters".
  2. "British Council Film: All Day Breakfast".
  3. "Preston auditions for Blackpool film planned". The Westmorland Gazette.
  4. "All Day Breakfast". IMDb.
  5. "Julian Kerridge - Coronation Street Wiki".
  6. "Review of Fair Game - 23 June 1994". The Stage.
  7. "Fair Game - 20 May 1994". The Newcastle Journal.
  8. "Fair Game TX (Transmission card)". BBC Pebble Mill.
  9. "Dunkirk - Michael Legge is Private Wilf Saunders". BBC.

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