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Tom Butcher est un Acteur Britannique né le 29 juin 1963 à Stamford (Royaume-uni)

Tom Butcher

Tom Butcher
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Nom de naissance Thomas Alfred Butcher
Nationalité Royaume-uni
Naissance 29 juin 1963 (59 ans) à Stamford (Royaume-uni)

Thomas "Tom" Alfred Butcher (born 29 June 1963 in Stamford) is an English actor.


Acting career
Butcher is best known for playing PC Steve Loxton in The Bill from 1990 to 1997 (with a one-off return in 1999), Dr Marc Elliott in Doctors, Tim Gaskill in Casualty. He has also guest starred in Holby City, Peak Practice, Heartbeat, Bugs, The Mrs Bradley Mysteries, and Dangerfield.

Butcher portrayed the lead role of Mike in the urban horror thriller Cherry Tree Lane. [1]

Personal life
Butcher is married to former Doctors and Emmerdale actress Corrinne Wicks.

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Filmographie de Tom Butcher (3 films)

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Cherry Tree Lane, 1h17
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Thriller, Horreur, Policier
Acteurs Rachael Blake, Tom Butcher, Jennie Jacques, Ashley Chin, Sonny Muslim
Rôle Mike
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Mike et Christine sont un couple comme les autres. Un soir, de jeunes garçons du quartier sonnent à leur porte. Ils souhaitent voir leur fils, Sebastian. Et il ne s'agit apparemment pas d'une visite de courtoisie. Sebastian n'étant pas là, la bande décide de l'attendre...
And When Did You Last See Your Father?, 1h32
Réalisé par Anand Tucker
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Drame, Biographie
Acteurs Jim Broadbent, Colin Firth, Matthew Beard, Carey Mulligan, Juliet Stevenson, Gina McKee
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The film is a series of flashbacks to various periods in the life of Blake Morrison as he remembers moments he shared with his father Arthur while he, his mother, and younger sister Gillian tend to him on his deathbed in his Yorkshire home. Despite Blake's success as a writer, poet, and critic, his father — a rural general practitioner - never accepted his decision to pursue a literary career nor was he willing to acknowledge his achievements in his field. Bullying, blustery, and boorish, Arthur blunders his way through fatherhood, regularly calling his son a fathead and intruding into the boy's private moments with a sense of entitlement. He has a penchant for exaggeration when he's not telling outright lies, and he publicly humiliates his long-suffering but passively complacent wife Kim with his shameless flirting with various women and an affair with Beaty, a friend of the family. At other times, he seems genuinely interested in bonding with his son, taking him camping so they can test supposedly waterproof sleeping bags he has made or allowing him to drive in the family's Alvis convertible on a wide expanse of deserted beach with reckless abandon. As a result, Blake is left with mixed feelings for the man, ranging from deeply rooted anger to compassionate acceptance. Only after Arthur's death is he able to set aside his resentment and recognize him as a father whose flaws ultimately helped mould his son into the better man he is.