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Glenister, Philip Haywood free

Born Harrow Weald, London 10 Feb. 1963; s of John and Joan Glenister; m 2006, Beth Goddard; two d

actor, television presenter and producer

Education

Hatch End High Sch.; Harrow Weald Sixth Form Coll.

Career

Theatre includes: A Free Country, Tricycle, 1990; Romeo and Juliet, Lyceum, Edinburgh, 1991; Beautiful Thing, 1993, Crossing the Equator, 1995, Bush; Translations, Abbey, Dublin, 1996; The Feast of Snails, Lyric, 2002; This House, RNT, 2012; television includes: Frontiers, 1996; My Wonderful Life, 1996–97; Have Your Cake and Eat It, 1997; Vanity Fair, 1998; Roger Roger, 1998–2003; Clocking Off, 2000–02; State of Play, 2003; Island at War, 2004; Vincent, 2005; Life on Mars, 2006–07; Cranford, 2007; Ashes to Ashes, 2008–10; Demons, 2009; Hidden, 2011; Mad Dogs, 2011–13; Treasure Island, 2012; From There to Here, 2013; Big School, 2013–14; (presenter) Love of Cars, 2014; Prey, 2015; The Hollow Crown, Outcast, The Level, 2016; films include: I.D., 1995; The Other Boleyn Girl, Calendar Girls, 2003; Kingdom of Heaven, 2005; You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, 2010; Bel Ami, 2012. Patron: Momentum; Shooting Star Chase. Mem., BAFTA

Publications

Things Ain’t What They Used To Be, 2007

Recreations

golf, red wine, sleeping

Address

c/o The Artists Partnership, 101 Finsbury Pavement EC2A 1RS

Clubs

Richmond Golf, Stage Golf Soc.