Michael Begley (actor)
Michael Begley is a British television and theatre actor and writer.
Begley has written two stage plays: Martha Loves Michael, which was co-written with Sally Abbott, and The Guys. He wrote the television series Cowboys and Indians with Abbott and Jon Sen, and has written several episodes of EastEnders. He won Best Newcomer at the Manchester Evening News Theatre Awards in 1996 for his roles in The Tempest, Wildest Dreams and Life of Galileo, and was nominated in the TMA Awards for Best Supporting Actor in 2002. His television and film acting roles include Vacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise, Bob & Rose, City Central, William and Mary, Being Human, and most recently, an episode of EastEnders, which he also wrote.
|London's Burning||1996||Teflon||1 episode|
|The Bill||1996, 2004, 2008||Lee Gallagher, Jonas Finch, Sammo Taylor||4 episodes|
|This Life||1997||Terry Cole||1 episode|
|McLibel!||1997||John Bruton||1 episode|
|The Grand||1998||Jim Craig||9 episodes|
|City Central||1998–2000||PC Richard Law||31 episodes|
|Heartbeat||2001||Chris Draycott||1 episode|
|Vacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise||2001||Pete||TV film|
|Bob & Rose||2001||Carl Smith|
|In Deep||2002||Grendel||2 episodes|
|The Stretford Wives||2002||Murray||TV film|
|The Royal||2003||Patrick Barrie||1 episode|
|EastEnders: Slaters in Detention||2003||PC Jim Sellers|
|Dalziel and Pascoe||2005||Carl Watmough||2 episodes|
|Wire in the Blood||2005||Michael Stocks||1 episode|
|William and Mary||2003–05||Rick Stroud||18 episodes|
|Eleventh Hour||2006||Ned||1 episode|
|Agatha Christie's Marple: By the Pricking of My Thumbs||2006||Ethan Maxwell||TV film|
|Doctors||2006, 2009–10||Kieran Hartley, Henry Salisbury||11 episodes|
|The Last Detective||2007||Daniel Boden||1 episode|
|Holby City||2007, 2012||Hal Bonner, Gavin Flett||2 episodes|
|The Children||2008||DS Bliss||2 episodes|
|Silent Witness||2008||Danny Edwards||2 episodes|
|Being Human||2009–10||Chaplain||2 episodes|
|Casualty||2010||Ian Dennis||2 episodes|
|Doctor Who||2011||Mulligan||1 episode: "The Curse of the Black Spot"|
|EastEnders||2013||Mr Garner||1 episode|
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- "Michael Begley - IMDb". Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 4 March 2013.
- Director: John Greening; Executive Producer: Lorraine Newman; Writer: Michael Begley (11 March 2013). "Episode dated 11/03/2013". EastEnders. BBC. BBC One.