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Tim Killick (born 1958 in Boston, Lincolnshire, UK) is an English television and theatre actor. He was educated at Bootham School in York and the University of Nottingham.


He is the older brother of theatre director Jenny Killick and BBC's Cathy Killick. He is married to actress Kate Gielgud.


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