Clive Standen - biography

Actor from United Kingdom,England

Clive Standen Clive Standen (born 22 July 1981) is an English actor best known for playing Sir Gawain in the Starz (TV network) series Camelot as well as 'Archer', the brother of Robin Hood in the BBC TV series Robin Hood and Private Carl Harris in the British sci-fi show Doctor Who. Standen's first experience of stunts, horse riding and sword fighting was at age twelve when he got his first job working in a professional stunt team in Nottingham. At the age of fifteen Standen was a member of both the National Youth Theatre and the National Youth Music Theatre performing in productions at many well known venues. Later Standen won a place on the three year acting course at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. In 2004 Standen appeared in Waking the dead, the Second World War documentary drama Ten Days to D-Day, and took the lead role of Major Alan Marshall in the Zero Hour TV dramatisation of the SAS mission, operation Barras, in Sierra Leone. The next year he appeared in three episodes of the British soap Doctors and Tom Brown's Schooldays, the acclaimed ITV adaptation of the book by Thomas Hughes. Standen played Private Carl Harris in three episodes of the fourth series of the relaunched  ( Wikipedia article )

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Personal facts

Known as
Clive James Standen
Date of birth
1981-07-22
Place of birth
Hollywood
Nationality
United Kingdom,England
Spouse(s)
Francesca Standen
Profession
Actor

Education

Institution From To
King Edward VII School
Melton Mowbray College

Performances

Year Performance Character
0 Heroes and Villains Pete

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