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Andrew Lancel

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3 August 1970 Rufford, Lancashire, England, UK
5' 10" (1.78 m)
Andrew started in local theatre and as a cabaret singer. He gained fame as the lead role in the groundbreaking medical series "Cardiac Arrest" (1994) with Helen Baxendale. He followed this with roles in a number of TV dramas and more controversy in "Soldier Soldier" (1991), Go Back Out (1995) (TV) and "Queer as Folk" (1999). He has become a well established theatre and television actor and has had roles created for him in productions by the likes of Peter Gill and Russell T. Davies and has appeared in the films "Screen One: Wide-Eyed and Legless (#5.1)" (1993) with Julie Walters and Jim Broadbent and Burn (2001/I) playing the lead role, which was created for him by the director Russell Mardell. Other television work includes "City Central" (1998), "The Vice" (1999), "Mersey Beat" (2001), and D-Day 6.6.1944 (2004) (TV) and since 2003 he has played DI Neil Manson in the ITV1 Police Drama "The Bill" (1984).