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Bruce Michael Byron
13 March 1959
Tanya Byron (m. 1997)
He moved to Australia drilling for oil and gas in the Cooper Basin, then came back to England but could not get a place at drama school. Eventually, he was accepted for ARTTS International in Bubwith, East Riding of Yorkshire.
Films he has appeared in include The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc, The Mummy Returns and From Hell. He also appeared in Heartbeat in 1998 and as Robbie Jackson's father Gary Bolton in EastEnders in 2001.
He married Dr Tanya Byron (presenter of BBC's Little Angels and The House of Tiny Tearaways and daughter of director John Sichel) in Barnet, London, in 1997. He has two children with her: Lily (born 1995, Hendon, London) and Jack (born 1998, Barnet).
Byron first made a guest appearance in The Bill in 2000 as Flying Squad DI Lomax before he made a regular appearance as DC Terry Perkins for 7 years until the show ended in 2010.
He also played Phil Dans in Casualty on 10 March and 17 March 2012, series 26; episode 26 and episode 31.
|1991||Shadows in the City||Frankie|
|1998||Still Crazy||Snotty Reporter|
|1998||Il mio West||2nd Cardplayer|
|1999||Mansfield Park||Carriage Driver|
|1999||Gregory's Two Girls||Government Official (Telfor)|
|1999||Joana D'Arc||Joan's Father|
|1999||Hold Back the Night||Killer's owner|
|2000||Last Resort||Police Officer|
|2001||The Mummy Returns||"Red" Willits|
|2001||From Hell||Ann Crook's Father|
|2002||Club Le Monde||Terry|
|2002||Tomorrow La Scala!||Thomas|
|2003||I'll Sleep When I'm Dead||Eddy|
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