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Lennie James (born 11 October 1965) is an English actor and playwright. James attended the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, graduating in 1988. He has appeared in over twenty films, including the Guy Ritchie crime caper Snatch (2000), 24 Hour Party People (2002), and Sahara (2005) and wrote the play The Sons of Charlie Paora which was performed at London`s Royal Court Theatre. He recently played Luke Gardner in the BBC terrorism drama The State Within, Bishop David Newman on the BBC spy drama Spooks and Robert Hawkins in the CBS post-apocalyptic television drama series Jericho. He played the role of Cedric Munroe in the 2007 film Outlaw. Recently, he was in a 2008 television drama, Fallout, which aired on Channel 4, playing the role of a detective alongside another detective solving a teen related murder. Recently James has appeared in an episode of Lie to Me. James`s most recent role, airing in November 2009, was as "Number 147" in the AMC Television/ITV miniseries The Prisoner. James was born in London, England. His Afro-Trinidadian parents originate from Nigeria. James is the main cook for his family, and has professed a fondness for Caribbean cuisine. His favorite football team is Tottenham Hotspur. He lived in South London and went to school at Ernest Bevin College. He has three daughters, Romy and twins Celine and Georgia with his longterm partner Giselle Glasman.
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Lennie James (born 11 October 1965) is an English actor, screenwriter, and playwright. James has appeared in many films, including Les Misérables, Snatch and Colombiana (2011).
Actor, screenwriter, playwright