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Robert Kenneth Wilfort
2 June 1977
Robert Kenneth Wilfort (born 2 June 1977) is a Welsh actor from Porthcawl, who has made many appearances on British television and film. He is best known for his role as Jason West in Gavin & Stacey .
Wilfort was born in Porthcawl, Wales on 2 June 1977.
Wilfort's film roles have included Dr Simon Griffith in Mike Leigh's All or Nothing (2002) and Rita Skeeter's photographer in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005). He also had a minor role in The Libertine (2004) and co-starred in Man Up (2015).
Wilfort played the history teacher Tom Barkley in the E4 teen drama series Skins and Mr Fisher in BBC's White Van Man .
He also has a recurring role as Jason West in the BAFTA award-winning TV show Gavin & Stacey .
In 2008, he appeared in various television commercials, including adverts for Crunchy Nut cereal, the London recycling campaign and the Barclaycard advert, where he descends an enormous water slide from his city office, all the way through the city and back to his home.
Since 2015, Wilfort has been the voice of Samson (UK/US) in the CGI series of Thomas & Friends . Also in 2015 he appeared as George Cavendish in the BBC's adaptation of Hilary Mantel's novel Wolf Hall . In 2015 and 2016, Wilfort played Bob Cratchit in the BBC drama Dickensian .
In 2018, he played the role of Lord Liverpool in Mike Leigh's Peterloo Theatre credits include plays at Chichester Festival Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Soho Theatre, Trafalgar Studios and Theatre Clwyd.
|2002||All or Nothing||Doctor|
|2004||The Life and Death of Peter Sellers||Motorcycle Delivery Man|
|2005||Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire||Bozo the Photographer|
|2008||Me and Orson Welles||Radio Director|
|2011||Hundreds and Thousands||Jonathan|
|2012||8 Minutes Idle||Bryan|
|2014||A Wonderful Christmas Time||Gary Greene|
|2015||Brand New-U||Surgeon Two Peter||Titled as Identicalsin the United States|
|2015||Thomas & Friends: Sodor's Legend of the Lost Treasure||Samson (voice)||UK/US versions|
|2016||The Huntsman: Winter's War||Nobleman|
|2016||Thomas & Friends: The Great Race||Samson and a Great Railway Show Judge (voice)||UK/US versions|
|2018||Peterloo||Lord Liverpool, the Prime Minister|
|2018||Last Summer||Dr. Glyn Davies|
|2021||The Dig||Billy Lyons|
|1999||Murder Most Horrid||Gaunt Jr.||Episode: "Frozen"|
|1999||High Hopes: Saving Private Ryan||Hoffman||Television movie|
|1999||The Blonde Bombshell||Lewis||Episode: "#1.2"|
|2002||Holby City||JB Fallows||Episode: "High Risk"|
|2003||Lucky Jim||Evan Johns||Television movie|
|2003||The Bill||Clive Kittle||Episode: "180: Lured in to the Trap"|
|2004||Comedy Lab||Various||Episode: "Clitheroe"|
|2005–2007||Coronation Street||Estate Agent||3 episodes|
|2007||Raging||Various Characters||Television movie|
|2007–2010, 2019||Gavin & Stacey||Jason West||7 episodes|
|2008||M.I. High||Nigel||Episode: "The Big Bling"|
|2008||Beautiful People||Mr. Bell||Episode: "How I Got My Nose"|
|2009||Casualty||Steve||Episode: "Not Over 'Til the Fat Lady Sings"|
|2010||The Persuasionists||Peter||Episode: "Being Creative"|
|2010||Ashes to Ashes||Rick Travers||Episode: "#3.5"|
|2011||Campus||Customer No. 1||Episode: "Publication, Publication, Publication"|
|2012||White Van Man||Mr. Fisher||Episode: "Charity"|
|2012||Doctors||Craig Snelling||Episode: "The Woman at the Bus Stop"|
|2013||Love Matters||Jobsy||Episode: "Officially Special"|
|2013||Casualty||Mike Priestly||Episode: "There's No Place Like Home"|
|2014||Citizen Khan||Gabe||Episode: "A Khan Family Christmas"|
|2015||Wolf Hall||George Cavendish||Episodes: "Three Card Trick" and "Entirely Beloved"|
|2015–2018||Thomas & Friends||Samson (voice)||UK/US versions|
|2015–2016||Dickensian||Bob Cratchit||20 episodes|
|2015||Jekyll and Hyde||Hotel Manager||Episode: "The Harbinger"|
|2016||Power Monkeys||Brett||6 episodes|
|2017||Endeavour||Lester Fagen||Episode: "Lazaretto"|
|2019||Piss Off, I Love You||Hugh||Recurring cast|
|2019||The Crown||Documentary Director||Episode: "Bubbikins"|
|2020||Cursed||Royal Aide||Episode: "Nimue"|
|2013||Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag||Additional Multiplayer Voices (voice)|
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