Shaun Dingwall

Shaun Dingwall (born 1972) is a British actor and is known for his roles on film, television and stage. Shaun Dingwall was born in 1972 and attended Ilford County High School for Boys. His initial ambition was to become a photographer and for several years he worked as an assistant photographer within the fashion industry and commercial car industry. In 1990 he decided to change direction and attended the Central School of Speech and Drama. Dingwall has played leading roles in many drama series such as the BAFTA winning BBC One serial Charles II: The Power and The Passion (as Thomas Osborne, Earl of Danby) directed by Joe Wright, The Long Firm (as Lenny, the hippy criminologist) written by Joe Penhall and the epic serial In A Land of Plenty as the central role James Freeman . He also appeared in another period drama, the BBC adaptation of Crime and Punishment as Rhazhumikin. He played the recurring character Pete Tyler in the revival of Doctor Who. He also played a detective in Paul Abbott's groundbreaking drama Touching Evil. One of Dingwall’s earlier roles was as Lance Corporal Steve Evans in Soldier Soldier.


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