Tim Dantay

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Tim Dantay (born 1963) is a British actor who was born in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and brought up in the Lake District.



1982 Brookside TV series
1989-1991 Making Out Ray21 episodes
1990 All Creatures Great and Small PhilEpisode: "Knowin' How to Do It"
1996 The Bill Alan Bowles: Head DoormanS13 E125 'Force'
1996 Hollyoaks Vinnie Williams2 episodes
1997 Police 2020 DI Brian Sagar
1998-2002 Playing the Field Dave Powell25 episodes
1998-2008 Coronation Street Building Site Foreman / Neil Flynn7 episodes
2002 I'm Alan Partridge Builder4 episodes
2005 Bleak House Robert Rouncewell2 episodes
2007 Murphy's Law D.S. Mitch KershawEpisode: "Food Chain; Part 1"
2008 Fast Track: No Limits Neubeck
2008 The Crew Steady George
2009 The Diary of Anne Frank Mr Kugler5 episodes
201132 Brinkburn StreetBilly Lamb4 episodes
2011PowderTad Brill
2012Boys on Film 8: Cruel BritanniaMartin(segment "Nightswimming")
2014 Vera DC Mark DonovanEpisode: "Death of a Family Man"
2015 Everest John Taske
2015-2018 EastEnders Stephan Franklin 6 episodes
2016-2021 Jamie Johnson
2019 - present Brassic Vinnie’s Dad8 episodes

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