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Philip Glenister

Philip Glenister was born in London, England. He trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama 1987-1990 and is known for Ashes to Ashes(2008), Kingdom of Heaven(2005) and Life on Mars(2006). He has been married to Beth Goddard since 2006. They have two children.

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Belgravia (2020)
Starring as James Trenchard (6 episodes)
What the Killer Did Next (2019)
Starring as Presenter
Living the Dream (2017)
Starring as Mal Pemberton (2 episodes)
James Martin's Saturday Morning (2017)
Guest starring as Philip Glenister
The Brighton Police (2017)
Starring as Narrator (2 episodes)
The Nightly Show (2017)
Guest starring as Philip Glenister
Urban Myths (2017)
Guest starring as Kev Wells
The Level (2016)
Starring as Frank Le Saux (3 episodes)
Outcast (2016)
Starring as Reverend Anderson (20 episodes)
From There to Here (2014)
Starring as Daniel (3 episodes)
Prey (2014)
Guest starring as David Murdoch (3 episodes)
For the Love of Cars (2014)
Starring as Philip Glenister (16 episodes)
Duck Quacks Don't Echo (2014)
Guest starring as Philip Glenister
Inside No. 9 (2014)
Guest starring as Craig
Big School (2013)
Starring as Mr Trevor Gunn (12 episodes)
Treasure Island (2012)
Starring as Captain Smollett
Hidden (2011)
Starring as Harry Venn (4 episodes)
  • Episode 1x04: Episode 4 (Oct 27, 2011)
  • Episode 1x03: Episode 3 (Oct 20, 2011)
  • Episode 1x02: Episode 2 (Oct 13, 2011)
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Mad Dogs (2011)
Starring as Quinn (15 episodes)
The Secret Life of the Airport (2009)
Starring as Narrator (3 episodes)
Demons (2009)
Starring as Rupert Galvin
Ashes to Ashes (2008)
Starring as DCI Gene Hunt (24 episodes)
Cranford (2007)
Starring as Mr. Carter
Al Murray's Happy Hour (2007)
Guest starring as Philip Glenister
The One Show (2006)
Guest starring as Philip Glenister (3 episodes)
Petrolheads (2006)
Guest starring as Philip Glenister
Life on Mars (2006)
Starring as DCI Gene Hunt (16 episodes)
Vincent (2005)
Starring as DCI David Driscoll
Last Rights (2005)
Starring as John Speers (3 episodes)
State of Play (2003)
Guest starring as DCI William Bell (6 episodes)
Sport Relief (2002)
Guest starring as DCI Gene Hunt
  • Episode 2010-03-19: Part 3 (Mar 19, 2010)
Vanity Fair (1998)
Starring as William Dobbin
Horatio Hornblower (1998)
Guest starring as Hobbs (2 episodes)
Roger Roger (1996)
Starring as Phil
Frontiers (1996)
Starring as DS Danny Curtis
Blue Heaven (1994)
Guest starring as Paul Twice
Drop the Dead Donkey (1990)
Guest starring as Harrison
Agatha Christie's Poirot (1989)
Guest starring as Sir William Boyd-Carrington
  • Episode 13x05: Curtain (Nov 13, 2013)
This Morning (1988)
Guest starring as Philip Glenister
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