Edward Thomas Highmore
3 April 1961
|Children||2 including Freddie Highmore|
Edward Thomas Highmore (born 3 April 1961) is an English actor. He was born in Kingston upon Thames, London.
Best known for playing Leo Howard in the 1980s BBC drama Howards' Way . He also appeared in Doctor Who , playing Malkon in the 1984 serial Planet of Fire . Highmore attended Guildford School of Acting.
He is the father of actor Freddie Highmore, who played Charlie Bucket in the 2005 film version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory , and Bertie. Edward and Freddie starred together in Jack and the Beanstalk: The Real Story as father and son. Edward's wife, Sue Latimer, is a talent agent whose clients include Daniel Radcliffe.
|1984||Doctor Who||Malkon||Episode: Planet of Fire|
|1984–1985||Lame Ducks||Freddie||4 episodes|
|1985||The Tripods||Boll||5 episodes|
|1985–1990||Howards' Way||Leo Howard||TV|
|Love Hurts||Dr. Wood||Episode: Cards on the Table|
|Doomsday Gun||Claude||TV Movie|
|1995||The Politician's Wife||Club Waiter||3 episodes|
|Annie: A Royal Adventure!||Hotel Clerk||TV Movie|
|1996||The Detectives||Doctor||Episode: Sacked|
|Jack and Jeremy's Real Lives||Chef||Episode: Restauranteurs|
|1997||No Child of Mine||Ray||TV Movie|
|See You Friday||Keith||1 episode|
|1998||Mosley||Derek Johnson||TV Serial|
|1999||The Blonde Bombshell||Reporter||Miniseries|
|2000||The 10th Kingdom||Queen's Servant||Miniseries|
|2001||Jack and the Beanstalk: The Real Story||Dad at Playground||Miniseries|
|2002||Ali G Indahouse||Cabinet MP|
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