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William Ash BiographyFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. William Ash, (born 13 January 1977) is a British TV and film actor. His appearances include Mad About Mambo, Lilies, Burn It, All the King's Men, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Doctor Who and more recently Hush and Waterloo Road. He began his career in the ITV series Where the Heart Is. His stage credits include the premiere production of How to Disappear Completely and Never Be Found with Sheffield Theatres. In 2009, Ash played the leading role of "Zakes Abbott" in the British horror film HUSH. Ash also has minor roles in programmes such as Coronation Street and has completed voice-over work for TV advertisements. He also appeared in Heartbeat back in 1992 where he played a cheeky school boy for one episode. He is currently playing Deputy Headteacher 'Chris Mead' in Waterloo Road. On 12th April 2011, Ash played a young Yuri Gagarin in the BBC Radio 4 Afternoon Play; Titatium, broadcast in honour of the 50th anniversary of the first manned flight into space. He prefers to be known as "Will". His second cousin is Peter Ash, who is also an actor. Description above from the Wikipedia article William Ash(actor), licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
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- Jan 13, 1977 - In Chadderton, Greater Manchester, England, United Kingdom
- Movie/TV Credits:
- First Appeared:
- In the movie Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of Four 1987-03-07
- Latest Project:
- Series The Loch 2017-06-11
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|Series||The Loch||Leighton Thomas||2017-06-11|
|Series||Totally Doctor Who||Unknown||2006-04-13|
|Movie||Stories of Lost Souls||Simon||2004-11-12|
|Series||Burn It||Jon Moore||2003-02-08|
|Movie||Nicholas Nickleby||Frank Cheeryble||2002-12-27|
|Series||Clocking Off||Nick Anderson||2000-01-23|
|Movie||Mad About Mambo||Danny Mitchell||2000-04-04|
|Movie||All the King's Men||Sgt. Ted Grimes||1999-11-14|
|Series||Where the Heart Is||1997-04-06|
|Movie||Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of Four||Jack Smith||1987-03-07|