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Phil Daniels is a Actor British born on 25 october 1958 at Islington (United-kingdom)

Phil Daniels

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Birth name Philip William Daniels
Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 25 october 1958 (60 years) at Islington (United-kingdom)

Philip William "Phil" Daniels (born 25 October 1958 in Islington) is an English actor, most noted for film and television roles as Londoners such as Jimmy Cooper in Quadrophenia, Richards in Scum, Stewart in The Class of Miss MacMichael, Danny in Breaking Glass, Mark in Meantime, Billy the Kid in Billy the Kid and the Green Baize Vampire, Kevin Wicks in EastEnders, DCS Frank Patterson in New Tricks and Grandad Trotter in the Only Fools and Horses prequel Rock & Chips. He is also known for featuring on Blur's 1994 hit single "Parklife".

Biography

Daniels had a long-term relationship with Jan Stevens, who died of pancreatic cancer in 2012. The couple had one daughter, Ella (born c. 1990). He is a Chelsea F.C. fan.




Week #

Dance/Song

Judges' score

Result



Horwood

Phillips

Goodman

Tonioli

Total



1

Waltz / I Have Nothing

4

5

6

5

20

Eliminated





Filmography


Year
Title
Role


2012
Vinyl
Johnny Jones


2008
Weekes' Revenge
Brian Harris


2008
Freebird
Grouch


2006
Free Jimmy
Gaz, English language version released in 2008


2001
Goodbye Charlie Bright
Eddie


2000
Chicken Run
Fetcher


1999
Last Christmas
Geoff

1998
Still Crazy
Neil Gaydon


1985
The Bride
Bela


1985
Billy the Kid and the Green Baize Vampire
Billy the Kid


1984
Meantime
Mark Pollock


1980
Breaking Glass
Danny


1979
Zulu Dawn
Pullen


1979
Quadrophenia
Jimmy Cooper


1979
Scum
Richards


1978
The Class of Miss MacMichael
Stewart


1977
Scum (Banned BBC version)
Richards


1976
Bugsy Malone
Waiter

Television work
Was It Something I Said? (1 episode, 2013) — Himself - Guest Narrator
Rock & Chips (3 episodes, 2010–2011) — Grandad Ted Trotter
New Tricks (2 episodes, 2009–2010) — D.C.S. Frank Paterson
Midsomer Murders (1 episode, 2010) — Teddy Molloy
The 100 Greatest World Cup Moments of All Time! (voice)
Breakfast (2 episodes, 2008–2010) — Himself
Blur: Live at Hyde Park, London - 2 July 2009 (2010) — Himself - Guest Vocals
Loose Women (3 episodes, 2008–2010) — Himself
Agatha Christie Poirot (1 episode, 2009) — Inspector Hardcastle
Misfits (1 episode, 2009) — as Keith the Dog (Voice)
The Podge and Rodge Show (1 episode, 2009) — Himself
Mastermind (1 episode, 2009) — Himself
Strictly Come Dancing (4 episodes, 2008) — Himself
Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two (1 episode, 2008) — Himself
The ONE Show (1 episode, 2008) — Himself
Would I Lie to You? (1 episode, 2008) — Himself
EastEnders (208 episodes, 2006–2008) — Kevin Wicks
Children in Need (1 episode, 2007) — Himself - Performer
British Film Forever (2 episodes, 2007) — Himself
The British Soap Awards 2007 (2007) — Himself
The 50 Greatest Television Dramas (2007) — Himself
A Question of Sport (1 episode, 2006) — Himself
Cast & Crew (1 episode, 2005) — Himself
Wickham Road (2005) — Narrator
Outlaws (12 episodes, 2004) — Bruce Dunbar
Waking the Dead (1 episode, 2004) — Det Supt Andy Bulmer
The Long Firm (2004) — Jimmy
Time Gentlemen Please (36 episodes, 2000–2002) — Terry Brooks
Goodbye Charlie Bright (2001) — Eddie
Gimme Gimme Gimme (TV) (1 episode, 2000) — Freddy Windrush
Nasty Neighbours (2000) — Robert Chapman
Sex, Chips & Rock n' Roll (TV) (1999) — Larry Valentine
Sex & Chocolate (TV film) (1997) — Ian Bodger
Holding On (1997) — Gary Rickey
Sunnyside Farm (1997) — Raymond Sunnyside
The World of Lee Evans (1995) - Hitcher
One Foot in the Grave: The Wisdom Of The Witch (1995) — Melvin
Bad Behaviour (1993) — Nunn Brother
The Pickwick Papers (1985) — Sam Weller
Meantime (TV/Film) (1984) — Mark Pollock
I Remember Nelson (TV) (1982) — Will Blackie
A Midsummer Night's Dream (1981) — Puck
Raven (1977) — Raven
The Flockton Flyer (1976, broadcast 1977) — Don Davis
Four Idle Hands (1976) — Mike Dudds
The Molly Wopsies (1976) — Alan Musgrove
Radio
The Tin Drum (1999) - Oskar Matzerath
On The Ceiling - Saturday Play, BBC Radio 4, 7 February 2009
Theatre
Aladdin Sheffield Lyceum
Fresh Kills
True West
The Green Man
The Winter's Tale
Dealer's Choice
Carousel
The Closing Number
Johnny Oil Strikes Back
The Lucky Ones
The Merchant of Venice
The Jew of Malta
Measure for Measure
The Revenger's Tragedy
A Clockwork Orange
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
The Beggar's Opera
The God of Soho
Antony and Cleopatra
Les Miserables
Discography
Albums
Phil Daniels + The Cross (Phil Daniels + The Cross) (1979)
Singles
"Kill Another Night" (Phil Daniels + The Cross) (1979)
"Penultimate Person" (Phil Daniels + The Cross) (1980, Europe only)
The Stranglers and Friends Live at The Rainbow. Phil Daniels is one of the singers in place of Hugh Cornwell, The Stranglers' lead singer who was imprisoned at the time (1980)
"Parklife" (Blur featuring Phil Daniels) (1994)
'Me, White Noise' (song) on Think Tank (Blur featuring Phil Daniels) (2003)
"Free Rock and Roll" from the film "Vinyl" (Phil Daniels, Keith Allen and The Alarm) (2013)

Best films

Chicken Run (2000)
(Actor)

Usually with

Timothy Spall
Timothy Spall
(4 films)
Quentin Crisp
Quentin Crisp
(2 films)
Brian Gibson
Brian Gibson
(2 films)
Paul Williams
Paul Williams
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Phil Daniels (19 films)

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Actor

Vinyl
Vinyl (2012)
, 1h25
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy
Actors Phil Daniels, Keith Allen, Jamie Blackley, Perry Benson, Alexa Davies
Roles Johnny Jones
Rating59% 2.954282.954282.954282.954282.95428
The film follows the fortunes of washed-up punk rocker Johnny Jones (Phil Daniels) and his attempts to make a comeback into the British music charts. After a drunken session with his old bandmates, Johnny records what he feels could be a hit. However, faced with record company executives who no longer see him or his music as relevant, he hires a group of fresh-faced youngsters to film a video in which they mime to his music. The result is a record contract and a single racing up the charts. All goes well until the real band decide they want more recognition for their work. Due to a conflict between Minto, played by Keith Allen and Johnny Jones, it is not long before the truth is exposed. Suddenly, the media focus is back on Johnny and his fight for equality in the music business. This leads to a comedic finale and a heartwarming ending.
The Clocks
The Clocks (2011)
, 1h40
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Crime
Themes Spy films
Actors David Suchet, Olivia Grant, Anna Skellern, Tom Burke, Victoria Wicks, Jaime Winstone
Roles Ispettore Hardcastle
Rating78% 3.9348553.9348553.9348553.9348553.934855
La jeune dactylographe Sheila Webb découvre le cadavre d'un homme dans le salon d'une aveugle qui l'aurait engagée. En se ruant dehors elle tombe sur le Lieutenant Race qui enquête sur une affaire d'espionnage. Celui-ci va appeler l'ami de son père, Poirot, pour l'aider à comprendre pourquoi toutes les pendules sont arrêtées sur 4h13...
Freebird
Freebird (2008)
, 1h36
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy
Actors Laila Rouass, Phil Daniels, Peter Bowles, Marcus Gilbert
Roles Grouch
Rating56% 2.8107752.8107752.8107752.8107752.810775
Three friends, Fred (Stretch), Tyg (Bell) and Grouch (Daniels), set out on a motorcycle trip to Wales in order to bring back a haul of cannabis for Fred's friend The Chairman (Bowles). What was meant to be a nice weekend in the country soon turns into an ordeal.
Free Jimmy
Free Jimmy (2006)
, 1h26
Origin Norvege
Genres Comedy, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Circus films, Environmental films, Politique, Political films
Actors Woody Harrelson, Simon Pegg, Phil Daniels, Emilia Fox, Kyle MacLachlan, Jay Simpson
Roles Gaz (voice)
Rating60% 3.048163.048163.048163.048163.04816
The events of the original movie take place entirely in Norway; in the English-language version of the movie, the story begins in Britain, and ends up in Norway with the traveling circus.
Goodbye Charlie Bright, 1h27
Directed by Nick Love
Origin United-kingdom
Actors Phil Daniels, Danny Dyer, Paul Nicholls, Roland Manookian, David Thewlis, Jamie Foreman
Roles Eddie
Rating63% 3.15073.15073.15073.15073.1507
Charlie drifts through life as he and his friends enjoy a lifestyle of house parties, casual sex and drugs. However, after breaking into a house to rob it, Charlie finds a gun (they found the keys and address in a handbag they had recently stolen). During the robbery, three of the friends (Charlie, Justin and Damien) accidentally awaken the owner, a hefty Jamaican man who promptly chases them into the street with a golf club. The trio escape, much to the amusement of Justin and Damien. However, despite Charlie promising to tell Justin everything, he decides to keep the gun a secret.
Chicken Run, 1h24
Directed by Nick Park, Peter Lord
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy, Fantasy, Animation
Themes Films about animals, Circus films, Environmental films, Prison films, Transport films, Aviation films, Films about dogs, Films about birds, Political films, Children's films, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Julia Sawalha, Mel Gibson, Timothy Spall, Phil Daniels, Benjamin Whitrow, Tony Haygarth
Roles Fetcher (voice)
Rating69% 3.4972853.4972853.4972853.4972853.497285
Mr. and Mrs. Tweedy run a failing chicken farm in Yorkshire; the chickens are caged in the style of a prison camp with a high fence and barbed wire, with two dogs that patrol the grounds. As their chickens are producing fewer eggs, Mrs. Tweedy comes up with the idea of converting their product from eggs to chicken pies, and orders a large automatic pie maker.
Still Crazy, 1h32
Directed by Brian Gibson
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy, Musical
Themes Films about music and musicians, Musical films
Actors Stephen Rea, Bill Nighy, Timothy Spall, Billy Connolly, Jimmy Nail, Juliet Aubrey
Roles Neil Gaydon
Rating70% 3.5488653.5488653.5488653.5488653.548865
The band Strange Fruit performs at the 1977 Wisbech Rock Festival. Hughie Case tells how, due to the pursuit of "fame, fortune and fornication" – and the drug overdose of their original singer, Keith Lovell – this is their last performance. After various issues, the band prematurely ends their performance, frustrated over competing egos and various members' lack of self-control.
Billy the Kid and the Green Baize Vampire, 1h35
Directed by Alan Clarke
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy, Horror, Musical, Western
Themes Sports films, Musical films
Actors Phil Daniels, Bruce Payne, Alun Armstrong, Don Henderson, Richard Ridings, Caroline Quentin
Roles Billy the Kid
Rating55% 2.7736452.7736452.7736452.7736452.773645
Billy the Kid is a young, up-and-coming snooker player. His manager, T.O. (The One), a compulsive gambler, falls into debt with psychopathic loanshark the Wednesday Man, who offers to cancel T.O's debt if he can arrange a 17-frame grudge snooker match between Billy, and the reigning world champion Maxwell Randall (popularly known as the Green Baize Vampire).
The Bride
The Bride (1985)
, 1h54
Directed by Franc Roddam
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Fantasy, Horror, Romance
Themes Films about computing, Films based on science fiction novels, Frankenstein films, Cyberpunk films
Actors Sting, Jennifer Beals, Clancy Brown, Geraldine Page, Anthony Higgins, David Rappaport
Roles Bela
Rating53% 2.652842.652842.652842.652842.65284
The film begins with Baron Charles Frankenstein (Sting), his monster (Clancy Brown), Dr. Zalhus (Quentin Crisp), and his assistant Paulus (Timothy Spall) creating a female mate named Eva (Jennifer Beals) for the monster. Eva is physically identical to a human and lacking the deformities of the monster. As such, she is revolted by the monster and rejects him. This causes the monster to fly into a rage and destroy Frankenstein's laboratory. Frankenstein, believing himself and Eva to be the only survivors, flees with her back to Castle Frankenstein. He tells everyone, including Eva, that she was an amnesiac he found in the woods. There he decides to take Eva for himself and pursues the goal of making her a perfect human mate.
Meantime
Meantime (1984)
, 1h52
Directed by Mike Leigh
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Comedy, Crime
Themes Skinheads
Actors Tim Roth, Marion Bailey, Phil Daniels, Gary Oldman, Pam Ferris, Alfred Molina
Roles Mark
Rating71% 3.5952553.5952553.5952553.5952553.595255
Le film constitue une « étude d'un point de vue sentimental de l'état du monde à une période donnée » selon Mike Leigh lui-même. La période en question est le thatchérisme, caractérisé par le chômage de masse. Le film mêle en permanence le tragique au comique.
Breaking Glass, 1h44
Directed by Brian Gibson
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Musical
Themes Films about music and musicians, Musical films
Actors Hazel O'Connor, Phil Daniels, Jon Finch, Jonathan Pryce, Mark Wingett, Gary Tibbs
Roles Danny
Rating69% 3.4929753.4929753.4929753.4929753.492975
The film depicts the rise and fall of Kate (Hazel O'Connor), an angry but creative young singer and songwriter. At the beginning of the film, she is discovered by Danny (Phil Daniels), a young man who desperately wants to become a promoter of music bands but is stuck working for another agent (who forces him to buy hundreds of copies of the singles of one of his artists, Suzie Sapphire, to fix the music charts). Danny takes an active part in controlling Kate's career, impressed with her talent if not her band, whom he promptly fires. He arranges auditions and reaches out to former friends, and in doing so Kate's new band, Breaking Glass is formed. Breaking Glass consists of Kate on vocals and keyboard, best friends Tony (Mark Wingett) and Dave (Gary Tibbs) on lead and bass guitar respectively, the drug-addicted and partially deaf Ken (Jonathan Pryce) on saxophone and the 'mental' Mick (Peter-Hugo Daly) on drums.
Quadrophenia, 2h
Directed by Franc Roddam
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Musical
Themes Films about music and musicians, Transport films, Motocyclette, Musical films, Films based on operas
Actors Phil Daniels, Mark Wingett, Phil Davis, Leslie Ash, Ray Winstone, Toyah Willcox
Roles James Michael 'Jimmy' Cooper
Rating72% 3.649333.649333.649333.649333.64933
The film, set in 1964, follows the story of Jimmy Cooper (Phil Daniels), a London Mod. Disillusioned by his parents and a job as a post room boy in an advertising firm, Jimmy finds an outlet for his teenage angst with his Mod friends Dave (Mark Wingett), Chalky (Philip Davis) and Spider (Gary Shail). One of the Mods' rivals, the Rockers, is in fact Jimmy's childhood friend, Kevin (Ray Winstone). An assault by aggressive Rockers on Spider leads to a retaliation attack on Kevin. Jimmy participates in the assault, but when he realises the victim is Kevin, he doesn't help him, instead driving away on his scooter.
Scum
Scum (1979)
, 1h38
Directed by Alan Clarke
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Thriller, Crime
Themes Prison films, Films based on plays
Actors Ray Winstone, Julian Firth, Phil Daniels, Philip Jackson, Helen Shapiro, David Threlfall
Roles Richards
Rating75% 3.7973253.7973253.7973253.7973253.797325
Three young men arrive at Borstal by prison van: Carlin, who has taken the blame for his brother's theft of scrap metal; Angel for stealing a car; and Davis, sent here after escaping from an open institution. All three are allocated to their rooms; Angel and Davis sent to private rooms, and Carlin sent to a dormitory.