Neil Dudgeon

Neil Dudgeon is a British actor best known for his many television appearances, most often in crime drama. Neil Dudgeon was born 2 January 1961 in Doncaster, Yorkshire, and attended Intake Secondary Modern among others. He established himself as an actor in school plays and went on to study drama at the University of Bristol (1979-82). He made his first screen appearance in 1987. The following year, he appeared as a World War II pilot in Piece of Cake, alongside Tim Woodward, Jeremy Northam and Nathaniel Parker. As well as occasional appearances in long-running series such as Casualty, London's Burning and Lovejoy, he appeared in 1994 as Detective Constable Costello, a one-episode sidekick to Detective Inspector William Edward "Jack" Frost (played by David Jason), in the TV series A Touch of Frost, in 1998-99 as George the Chauffeur in The Mrs Bradley Mysteries (alongside Dame Diana Rigg), in Inspector Morse (episode "The Way Through The Woods"), Between The Lines, Common As Muck (in 1994 & 1997) , Out of the Blue, Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking, The Street and all four series of Messiah with Ken Stott.


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