Who is Russell Tovey?

Who is Russell Tovey?

Russell Tovey
Born 14 November 1981 Billericay, Essex, England
Occupation Actor
Years active 1994–present
Partner(s) Steve Brockman (2016–2018, 2019–present)

Who played Midshipman Frame in Doctor Who?

Russell Tovey
Russell Tovey (born 14 November 1981) portrayed Titanic midshipman Alonso Frame in the Doctor Who stories Voyage of the Damned and The End of Time. In 2017, Tovey returned to the role of Alonso alongside John Barrowman’s Captain Jack, in the Big Finish audio story One Enchanted Evening.

Who is the craziest actor?

17 Most Famously Eccentric Actors

  • 8 Charlie Sheen.
  • 7 Wesley Snipes.
  • 6 Tom Cruise.
  • 5 Randy Quaid.
  • 4 Gary Busey.
  • 3 John Malkovich.
  • 2 Drew Barrymore.
  • 1 Bill Murray. Love him or hate him, Bill Murray is still one of the most eccentric actors alive.

    What kind of TV shows does Russell Tovey appear in?

    Russell Tovey has made frequent appearances on British TV since the early 2000’s when he had small roles in The Bill, Holby City and Silent Witness. Some of his biggest roles include playing George Sands in the BBC three supernatural drama Being Human four four years.

    What did Russell Tovey do in the pass?

    He also played one of the lead characters in The Pass, which was 2016 movie about the relationship between two English footballers. As well as his many on-screen roles, Tovey is also an experienced theatre actor and he has been involved in various West End performances, most recently appearing in The Collection and Angels in America.

    When did Russell Tovey appear in the job lot?

    He had a lead role in the ITV sitcom The Job Lot which aired in 2013 and is set in a busy unemployment bureau in the West Midlands. In 2013, Tovey signed on to appear in the American television series Looking, about a group of gay friends living in San Francisco. Its 8-episode first season broadcast on HBO in 2014.

    When did Russell Tovey play George Sands in Being Human?

    Tovey played werewolf George Sands, one of three supernatural housemates in the drama Being Human. The pilot premiered on BBC Three on 18 February 2008.