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Andrew Lincoln

Andrew Lincoln is a British actor. Lincoln spent his early childhood in Hull, Yorkshire before his family relocated to Bath, Somerset when he was age 10. He was educated at Beechen Cliff School in Bath, and then the prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. His father is a civil engineer and his mother is a nurse.

Lincoln's first big break came when he was cast as Edgar 'Egg' Cook in the popular UK drama series This Life (1996). Various roles followed including that of teacher Simon Casey in the Channel 4 series Teachers (2001), and as Mark in the hit film Love Actually (2003). In 2010, he was cast in The Walking Dead (2010), a live action drama series based on the comic of the same name. Lincoln plays the lead character of Rick Grimes.

Lincoln is married to Gael Anderson, his father-in-law is legendary musician Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull fame.

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Bears About the House (2020)
Starring as Narrator (2 episodes)
Big Cats About the House (2018)
Starring as Narrator (3 episodes)
Ride with Norman Reedus (2016)
Guest starring as Andrew Lincoln
Fear the Walking Dead (2015)
Guest starring as Rick Grimes
Tigers About the House (2014)
Starring as Narrator (5 episodes)
Talking Dead (2011)
Guest starring as Andrew Lincoln (10 episodes)
The Walking Dead (2010)
Starring as Rick Grimes (102 episodes)
Strike Back (2010)
Starring as Hugh Collinson (6 episodes)
Wuthering Heights (2009)
Starring as Edgar Linton (2 episodes)
  • Episode 1x02: Part 2 (Aug 31, 2009)
  • Episode 1x01: Part 1 (Aug 30, 2009)
Afterlife (2005)
Starring as Robert Bridge (14 episodes)
Robot Chicken (2005)
Guest starring as Rick Grimes
Canterbury Tales (2003)
Starring as Alan King
Teachers (2001)
Starring as Simon Casey
Shipwrecked (1999)
Starring as Narrator
This Life (1996)
Starring as Edgar 'Egg' Cook
Bramwell (1995)
Guest starring as Martin Fredericks
  • Episode 2x03: (203) (Apr 29, 1996)
Drop the Dead Donkey (1990)
Guest starring as Terry
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