Lee Ingleby as Det. Sgt. John Bacchus in Inspector George Gently

Lee Ingleby as Det. John Bacchus in Inspector George Gently- I am sorry but I love this man, and genuinly cryed when he got shot in the last episode of the series. If it turns out that he died, I dont know what I will do!

Adrian Fletcher - Casualty/Holby City

Born: October 1974 ~ Alex Newcombe Walkinshaw is an English actor best known for playing the role of Dale "Smithy" Smith in ITV's long running police procedural series, The Bill and his role in both Casualty and Holby City as Adrian Fletcher.

pius thicknesse... what a gross name

what a gross name --> good job his real name is Guy Henry then. Or Henrik Hanssen to Holby city fans

Charles Godwin - Firelight (played by Stephen Dillane)

Charles Godwin - Firelight (played by Stephen Dillane) Superb versatile and refined British actor

Martin Shaw & Lee Ingleby (George Gently)

Love love love this show! Martin Shaw in the title role and Lee Ingleby as Det. John Bacchus in Inspector George Gently What’s going on here, mates?

Lee Ingleby and Mark Gatiss, when they were working on "Crooked House"

On the occasion of Lee Ingleby’s birthday - all right, a day late, but it’s the thought that counts - here are some of my favourite pictures of him.

Dennis Waterman & The Dennis Waterman Band - I Could Be So Good For You (TOTP Performance)

Dennis Waterman and The Dennis Waterman Band - I Could Be So Good For You.

Stephen Dillane, Gielgud Theatre, 1994 Dillane's Hamlet combined intelligence and irony with thrilling moments of sexual disgust that found him actually sniffing his mother's bed sheets.

Charles Spencer weighs up every Hamlet he has seen

Stephen Dillane, Gielgud Theatre, 1994 Dillane's Hamlet combined intelligence and irony with thrilling moments of sexual disgust that found him actually sniffing his mother's bed sheets.

Martin Shaw & Lee Ingleby (George Gently) | | Idols & Biases ...

Love love love this show! Martin Shaw in the title role and Lee Ingleby as Det. John Bacchus in Inspector George Gently What’s going on here, mates?


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