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      William Ash

      William Ash

      Highest Rated: 100% Perfect 10 (2019)

      Lowest Rated: 50% Hush (2009)

      Birthday: Jan 13, 1977

      Birthplace: Chadderton, Lancashire, England, UK

      A veteran performer in series from Granada Television and ITV since childhood, actor William Ash moved capably from juvenile roles in comedies like "Mad About Mambo" (2000) to adult turns in dramatic fare in "Waterloo Road" (BBC One/Three, 2006-2015) and "The Tunnel (ITV, 2013- ). Born in Chadderton, a town in Greater Manchester, England on January 13, 1977, Ash was the son of an engineer and football enthusiast, and for much of his childhood and early teens, entertained the idea of playing the sport professionally as an adult. He was also a member of the Oldham Theatre Workshop, from which Granada Television frequently drew young talent like Ash to appear in its programming. He worked steadily throughout his adolescence, appearing in guest roles on series like "Coronation Street" (ITV, 1960- ) and "Children's Ward" (ITV, 1989-2000), and made his feature debut in Ken Loach's "Raining Stones" (1993) . But Ash continued to harbor an interest in football until his mid-teens, when an accident left him with a broken leg that forced him to abandon his pursuit and gradually focus his attention on acting. After honing his craft at Bretton Hall College of Education, Ash worked steadily in television, both as a series regular on the small town drama "Where the Heart Is" (ITV, 1997-2006) and the Gen-X-centric "Burn It" (BBC Three, 2003) and as a guest performer on such series as "Clocking Off" (BBC One, 2000-2003). He also enjoyed a rare lead in a feature in "Mad About Mambo," a charming comedy about a Catholic teen who falls in love with a Protestant girl (played by Keri Russell) with whom he is learning to dance. But television remained his most consistent screen showcase, and in the new millennium, Ash had moved up to regular leading man status in projects like the crime miniseries "Conviction" (BBC Three, 2004), the school drama "Waterloo Road, and the crime series "The Tunnel," as British detective Stephen Dillane's partner. He also remained an in-demand guest player, most notably in "Paranoid" (ITV, 2016) as the brother of a mentally ill man accused of murder, and on "The Loch" (ITV, 2017) as a trouble man suspected of a role in serial killings.

      Highest rated movies

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      Mad About Mambo
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      Hush

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      Movies

      Credit
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Joey Director,
      Writer
      - 2020
      100% No Score Yet Perfect 10 Rob (Character) - 2019
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Habit Ian (Character) - 2017
      No Score Yet No Score Yet The Last Witch Howard Greenwood (Character) - 2013
      50% 37% Hush Zakes Abbot (Character) - 2009
      No Score Yet 39% Until Death Serge (Character) - 2007
      No Score Yet No Score Yet A Midsummer Night's Dream Unknown (Character) - 2005
      78% 75% Nicholas Nickleby Frank (Character) $1.3M 2002
      57% 52% Mad About Mambo Danny Mitchell (Character) $61.7K 2000
      No Score Yet 67% All the King's Men Sgt. Ted Grimes (Character) - 1999
      No Score Yet 87% Fanny and Elvis Rick (Character) - 1999
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Anorak of Fire Tim Bixton (Character) - 1998

      TV

      Credit
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Casualty Kevin Eccles (Character) 2021
      No Score Yet 100% Silent Witness Major Mark Sealy (Character) 2020
      71% 74% Wanderlust Marvin Walters (Character) 2018
      64% 75% The Loch Leighton Thomas (Character) 2017
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Waterloo Road Christopher Mead (Character) 2006-2011 2013
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Being Eileen Unknown (Character) 2013
      90% 67% Doctor Who Unknown (Guest Star) 2007
      No Score Yet 73% Heartbeat Unknown (Guest Star) 1995