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Neil Dudgeon is a Actor British born on 2 january 1961 at Doncaster (United-kingdom)

Neil Dudgeon

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Nationality United-kingdom
Birth 2 january 1961 (58 years) at Doncaster (United-kingdom)

Neil Dudgeon (born 2 January 1961) is an English actor who, from 2011, has played DCI John Barnaby in the ITV drama series Midsomer Murders. He replaced the retired John Nettles in the lead role.

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Dudgeon is married to BBC Radio producer Mary Peate. They have two children.

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Filmography of Neil Dudgeon (10 films)

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United
United (2011)
, 1h30
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Historical
Themes Sports films, Association football films
Actors David Tennant, Jack O'Connell, Sam Claflin, Werner Daehn, Dougray Scott, Dean Andrews
Roles Alan Hardaker
Rating74% 3.7476853.7476853.7476853.7476853.747685
The drama primarily focuses on the relationship between assistant manager Jimmy Murphy and the young player Bobby Charlton. The film begins in the autumn of 1956 as Murphy gives Charlton his first chance to play a match with Manchester United's first team, nicknamed the "Busby Babes" due to their unique pedigree as an almost entirely club-nurtured team of players, with the exception of a few slightly older players who have been purchased from other clubs.
Son of Rambow, 1h36
Directed by Garth Jennings
Origin France
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Films about films, Films about religion
Actors Bill Milner, Will Poulter, Jules Sitruk, Jessica Hynes, Adam Godley, Neil Dudgeon
Roles Joshua
Rating69% 3.499013.499013.499013.499013.49901
Will (Bill Milner) is quiet and shy, and comes from a family that belongs to the strict Plymouth Brethren church. Will is forbidden to watch films or television and is made to leave his classroom when the teacher puts on a documentary. In the corridor, he meets Lee Carter (Will Poulter), the worst-behaved boy in school, thrown out of another class for bad behaviour. They accidentally break a fish bowl in the corridor; Lee volunteers to take the blame, pretending that the punishment is torture, in exchange for Will's watch, which belonged to his dead father. Moreover, Lee demands that Will performs the stunts in a film Lee is making with home video equipment owned by his bullying older brother, Lawrence (Ed Westwick), which Lawrence uses in his video pirating enterprise. He intends to enter the Screen Test Young Film-Makers' Competition.
Coming Down The Mountain, 1h30
Directed by Julie Anne Robinson
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama
Actors Nicholas Hoult, Neil Dudgeon, Emer Kenny, Katie Griffiths, Charlie Clapham
Roles John Philips
Rating76% 3.8242553.8242553.8242553.8242553.824255
David and Ben Philips are teenage brothers who live in London. Ben has Down's syndrome. David resents the protective attention his parents lavish on his younger brother and how much they rely on him to look after Ben. The family move from London to Derbyshire so that Ben can attend a special school, meaning David has to leave his friends and girlfriend, Gail, behind. Ben makes friends and finds a girl friend. David has difficulty fitting into his new school, suffering at the hands of bullies. David discovers that Gail has moved on from him only five weeks after their break up, which leads him to self-harm. David decides to kill his brother. He takes Ben hitchhiking without telling his parents, and they camp in Snowdonia. Climbing the mountain, David plans to murder Ben by pushing him off a high ridge. At the top, David changes his mind but following taunting by Ben pushes him in a fit of rage. Ben survives the fall relatively uninjured, but goes to hospital. David kidnaps him from hospital, but Ben stands up to him. He becomes the stronger character and after an evening talking round the camp fire David sees the real Ben for the first time and the brothers become reconciled. They both stand up to their parents' excessive molly coddling who for the first time see Ben as a young adult. Ben explains that he has a girlfriend and wants to work on a farm. David writes to Alice - a girl he met while at Snowdonia - and the two bond.
Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, 1h48
Directed by Beeban Kidron
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy, Romantic comedy, Romance
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, Transgender in film, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film, Lesbian-related films
Actors Renée Zellweger, Hugh Grant, Colin Firth, Jim Broadbent, Gemma Jones, Jacinda Barrett
Roles Taxi Driver
Rating60% 3.0024653.0024653.0024653.0024653.002465
The film begins shortly before Bridget's mother's (Gemma Jones) annual Turkey Curry Buffet. Bridget (Renée Zellweger) is ecstatic about her relationship with Mark Darcy (Colin Firth). However, Bridget's confidence in her relationship is shattered when she meets Mark's colleague, the beautiful Rebecca Gilles (Jacinda Barrett). Bridget meets her ex, Daniel Cleaver (Hugh Grant), at her job for Sit-Up Britain and is offered a position as the "Smooth Guidess". Bridget initially refuses, quoting that Daniel Cleaver is a "deceitful, sexist, disgusting specimen of humanity". Bridget is delighted to be asked by Mark to go to the "Law Council Dinner", assuming he will propose afterwards, but because balding Tories quietly take offense at her ad hominem claim that depriving the poor of welfare is something advocated by balding Tories, the night does not end well.
Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Silk Stocking
Genres Drama, Thriller
Actors Rupert Everett, Ian Hart, Neil Dudgeon, Tamsin Egerton, Perdita Weeks, Eleanor David
Roles Lestrade
Rating67% 3.39743.39743.39743.39743.3974
Sherlock Holmes est poussé par Watson à enquêter sur la mort d'une jeune fille repêchée sur les rives de la Tamise. L'enquête débouche sur une affaire de meurtres en série où les jeunes victimes sont retrouvées avec un bas de soie enfoncé dans la gorge.
It Was an Accident
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Chiwetel Ejiofor, Max Beesley, James Bolam, Nicola Stapleton, Neil Dudgeon, Hugh Quarshie
Roles Holdsworth
Rating59% 2.963652.963652.963652.963652.96365
A sa sortie de prison, Nicky, un petit escroc londonien, est bien décidé à revenir sur le droit chemin. Il est aidé en cela par son fils, Danny, et par la jolie Noreen, fille d'un policier. Mais Nicky ne tarde pas à croiser la route d'individus peu recommandables qui le feront replonger dans l'univers du crime.
Different for Girls, 1h36
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Comedy
Themes Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, Transgender in film, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Rupert Graves, Steven Mackintosh, Miriam Margolyes, Saskia Reeves, Charlotte Coleman, Lia Williams
Roles Neil Payne
Rating66% 3.3479553.3479553.3479553.3479553.347955
Paul Prentice (Rupert Graves) and Karl Foyle (Steven Mackintosh) were close friends during their prep school days. Paul used to defend Karl from the violent attacks of their classmates, who ridiculed Karl for being effeminate.
Fatherland
Fatherland (1994)
, 1h46
Directed by Christopher Menaul
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action
Themes Political films, Alternate history films
Actors Rutger Hauer, Miranda Richardson, Peter Vaughan, Jean Marsh, Michael Kitchen, John Woodvine
Roles Sex Crimes Cop
Rating64% 3.2491453.2491453.2491453.2491453.249145
In the prologue, the failure of the D-Day invasion forces the United States to withdraw from the war in Europe and Dwight D. Eisenhower to retire in disgrace. The US continues the Pacific war against Japan and wins. In Europe, Germany invades the United Kingdom, resulting in King George VI and the rest of the British Royal Family fleeing to Canada in exile with Edward VIII regaining the British throne. British Prime Minister Winston Churchill also goes into exile in Canada and lives there until his death in 1953.
Red King, White Knight, 1h45
Directed by Geoff Murphy
Genres Drama, Thriller, Romance
Themes Spy films, Political films
Actors Tom Skerritt, Max von Sydow, Helen Mirren, Tom Bell, Neil Dudgeon, Barry Corbin
Roles Vlasek
Rating58% 2.922142.922142.922142.922142.92214
The CIA hears of a KGB scheme to assassinate the Soviet General Secretary and enlists Stoner, an agent retired for 10 years, to go to Russia to investigate. He verifies the plot, but then has trouble leaving the country. In the meantime, the U.S. policy makers struggle over whether or not to inform the Soviets of the plot. Stoner's problems are complicated by the renewal of an affair with Anna, a Russian, as he tries to convince her to defect.
Prick Up Your Ears, 1h51
Directed by Stephen Frears
Origin United-kingdom
Genres Drama, Biography, Comedy
Themes Films about writers, Films about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film
Actors Gary Oldman, Alfred Molina, Vanessa Redgrave, Wallace Shawn, Frances Barber, Julie Walters
Roles Policeman
Rating72% 3.6470453.6470453.6470453.6470453.647045
The film tells the story of Orton and Halliwell in flashback, framed by sequences of Lahr researching the book upon which the film is based with Orton's literary agent, Peggy Ramsay. Orton and Halliwell's relationship is traced from its beginnings at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts. Orton starts out as the uneducated youth to Halliwell's older faux-sophisticate. As the relationship progresses, however, Orton grows increasingly confident in his talent while Halliwell's writing stagnates. They fall into a parody of a traditional married couple, with Orton as the "husband" and Halliwell as the long-suffering and increasingly ignored "wife" (a situation exacerbated by Orton's unwillingness, in 1960s England, to acknowledge having a male lover). Orton is commissioned to write a screenplay for the Beatles and Halliwell gets carried away in preparing for a meeting with the "Fab Four", but in the end Orton is taken away for a meeting on his own. Finally, a despondent Halliwell kills Orton and commits suicide.