Lee Battle

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Lee Battle
Born26 August 1987 (1987-08-26) (age 32)
OccupationActor

Lee Battle (born 26 August 1987) is a British actor who played the role of Simon Green in Coronation Street .

Other television appearances include guest roles on Doctors , The Royal and Casualty as well as dramas such as The Street , Vincent and Wire in the Blood .

In 2009, Lee played Billy Powell in Awaydays , the film adaptation of Kevin Sampson's novel and is currently filming for his role as Nick McQueen in Oliver Lee's debut feature film McQueen, alongside Nico Mirallegro, Linzey Cocker and Tina O'Brien.

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