Sean Brian Gilder (born 1 March 1964) is an English stage, film and screen actor, he is also a playwright.
Sean Brian Gilder
1 March 1964
|Alma mater||Queen Mary, University of London (BA (Hons))|
Gilder was born in Brampton, Cumberland, England. He is best known for his portrayal of Paddy Maguire on Shameless from 2005 to 2010, and as Styles on Hornblower. He has appeared in Doctor Who (as the Sycorax Leader) as well as New Tricks, Gangs of New York, and the 2004 film, King Arthur. In Mike Bassett: England Manager he was one of the journalists. According to The Sun newspaper, Gilder left Shameless after series 7 with the reason rumoured to be his bad relationship with actress Tina Malone, who played his character's on screen wife, Mimi.
Other media appearancesEdit
In March 2008, Sean appeared as Paddy's gay twin brother Noel in Shameless, however in a trick to viewers, Noel was credited as being played by Neil Grades, an anagram of Sean Gilder. On 3 April 2008, he appeared on The Paul O'Grady Show alongside fellow Shameless star Alice Barry, who played Lillian Tyler.
Gilder attended Queen Mary, University of London, where he earned a BA (Hons) in Modern History and Third World Studies. He then trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art and entered the profession in 1987.
He is married to actress Robin Weaver and they have two children named Thomas and Violet.
|1989||May to December - "Send in the Clowns"||Shop Assistant|
|1990||On the Up||Policeman ⟨uncredited⟩|
|1994||Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge - Show 5||Liam Partridge|
|1995||The Innocent Sleep||Johnny|
|1995||The Bill - "Done Is Done"||Billy McRae|
|1995||Rich Deceiver||Sean Murphy|
|1995||Resort to Murder||PC Graham|
|1996||Bugs - "Golden Rush"||Maximillian Kristo|
|1996||"Soldier Soldier - Flash Point"||Cpl Ewan Dalglish|
|1996||A Touch of Frost - "Unknown Soldier"||Corporal Devenish|
|1996||Circles of Deceit: Kalon||Tartleton|
|1996||Our Friends to the North - "1984"||PC Lukoschek|
|1997||Touching Evil - Season 1 Episode 1 and 3||Steve Carroll|
|1997||The Investigator (aka Out of Line)||Sgr. Jamie Kennedy|
|1998||Far From the Madding Crowd||Joseph Poorgrass|
|1998||Hornblower: The Even Chance (aka The Duel)||Styles|
|1998||Hornblower: The Examination for Lieutenant (aka The Fire Ship)||Styles|
|1999||Hornblower: The Duchess and the Devil||Styles|
|1999||Hornblower: The Frogs and the Lobsters (aka The Wrong War)||Styles|
|1999||Say You'll Be Mine|
|1999||Dangerfield - "Instinct"||Kevin Bishop|
|1999||The Bill - "Hot Money"||Jerry Mulligan|
|2000||The Vice - "Force of Nature"||Sam Shepley|
|2001||Mike Bassett: England Manager||Reporter|
|2002||Ultimate Force - "The Killing of a One-Eyed Bookie"|
|2003||State of Play|
|2003||Gangs of New York||Dog fight referee|
|2004||The Bill - "Dinferent Kind of Justice"||John Kirkby|
|2006||Doctor Who - "The Christmas Invasion"||The Sycorax Leader|
|2006||The Fall||Walt Purdy|
|2007||Life on Mars - Episode 16||Leslie Johns|
|2011||The Shadow Line||Robert Beatty|
|2011||Inspector George Gently - Episode 10 "Gently Upside Down"||Joe Claverton|
|2012||Kidnap and Ransom||TBC|
|2013||The Selfish Giant||Kitten|
|2015||Silent Witness - "Sniper's Nest"||Jim Clout|
|2015||Sons of Liberty||Thomas Hutchinson|
|2015||Midsomer Murders Episode 17.3 "The Ballad of Somer County"||Danny Carver|
|2015||The Last Kingdom||Wulfhere|
|2016||Penny Dreadful||Marshall Franklin Ostow|
|2016-||Our Girl||Max Lane|
|2020||White House Farm||TBC|
|2014||Alien: Isolation||Henry Marlow|
- http://web.researcha.com/iccquery/detail/?did=3393446&c=uk[permanent dead link]
- "Mike Bassett: England Manager (2001)".
- The Paul O'Grady Show - Channel4
- Taylor, Paul (16 January 2014). "The Duchess of Malfi, theatre review". The Independent. Retrieved 6 February 2014.
- Queen Mary Players Archived 12 August 2008 at the Wayback Machine
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