Foreman, Jamie 1958–
Foreman, Jamie 1958–
Born 1958; son of Freddie Foreman (an organized crime figure); married Carol Harrison (an actress; divorced); children: one.
Addresses: Agent—Greg Hunt, International Creative Management, 8942 Wilshire Blvd., Beverly Hills, CA 90211.
Sidney Phillips, Sky Pirates, 1976.
Andy, The Quiz Kid, 1979.
Driver, McVicar, Crown International, 1980.
Danny, Empire State, 1987.
Danny, Tank Malling (also known as Beyond Soho and Double Cross), 1989.
"Previous team" member, I.D. (also known as Undercover), Polygram, 1995.
Orme, Our Boy, British Broadcasting Corp., 1997.
Earl of Sussex, Elizabeth (also known as Elizabeth: The Virgin Queen), Gramercy, 1998.
Mark, Nil by Mouth (also known as Ne pas avaler), 1998.
Billie, This Year's Love, Entertainment Film Distributors, 1999.
Thuggish constable, Sleepy Hollow, Paramount, 1999.
China MacFarlane, Saving Grace, Fine Line, 2000.
Lennie Taylor, Gangster No. 1 (also known as Gangster Nr. 1), IFC Films, 2000.
Brian Maitland, Breathtaking, IAC Films, 2000.
Record producer, Remember a Day, 2000.
Tony Immaculate, Goodbye Charlie Bright (also known as Strong Boys), Metrodome Distribution, 2001.
Mickser, I'll Sleep When I'm Dead, Paramount 2004.
Cabbie, The Football Factory, Image Entertainment, 2004.
Duke, Layer Cake (also known as L4yer Cake), Sony Pictures Classics, 2004.
Bill Sykes, Oliver Twist, Sony Pictures Entertainment, 2005.
Tank Malling, 1989.
Television Appearances; Series:
Chris Taylor, A Bunch of Fives, 1977.
Manning, Johnny Jarvis, BBC, 1983.
Gerry Althorpe, The House of Eliott, Arts and Entertainment, 1993.
Jim Boulter, Without Motive, 2000.
Marky Brooker, Family Business, BBC, 2004.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Dave, First and Last, BBC, 1989.
Wells, Doggin' Around, BBC, 1994.
Orme, Our Boy, BBC, 1997.
Jim, Out of Control, BBC, 2002.
Keith Phelan, Danielle Cable: Eyewitness (also known as Eyewitness: The Danielle Cable Story), ITV, 2003.
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
Ripper/warrior, King of the Castle, 1977.
Pete Sloan, Letty, 1984.
Ismail Kane, Micawber, ITV, 2001.
Dave Cutler, Family, LWT, 2003.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
(As Jamie Forman) Clerk, "Creature of the Xux," Kinvig, LWT, 1981.
Doger Dickens, "Mascot," Squadron, BBC, 1982.
Ramsey, "No Surrender," Dempsey & Makepeace, ITV, 1985.
Barrowboy, "Hostage," The Bill, ITV1, 1985.
Contractor, EastEnders, BBC, 1991.
Chas, "Happy Families," Inspector Morse, PBS, 1992.
P. C. Roper, "Out of the Game," Between the Lines (also known as Inside the Line), BBC, 1992.
Russ Turner, "Last Night of Freedom," The Bill, ITV1, 1992.
Dean, "The Swords," The Hunger, Showtime, 1997.
Decker, "Identity Crisis," Bugs, BBC, 1997.
Billy, "Cardiac Arrest," The Detectives, 1997.
James Fender, "Crime Management," The Bill, ITV1, 1997.
D. S. Brown, "Whoopi Stone," Murder Most Horrid, BBC1, 1999.
Gil Stephens, "Love over Gold," Parts 1 and 2, Casualty, BBC1, 1999.
Dave, "Talk Radio," Black Cab, BBC, 2000.
Brian Wallis, "An Act of Defiance," High Stakes, ITV, 2001.
Brian Wallis, "The Devil Is in the Details," High Stakes, ITV, 2001.
Roy Carter, Rescue Me, BBC, 2002.
Stuart Jackson, "Flashback," Murder in Mind, BBC, 2002.
Leonard Crowe, "Willesden Confidential," The Last Detective, ITV, 2005.
Terry, "An Embarrassment of Susans," My Family, BBC, 2006.
Eddie Connolly, "The Idiot's Lantern," Doctor Who, BBC1, 2006.
Television Appearances; Other:
Operator, "Dead Man's Kit," Armchair Thriller, 1980.
Dave, Love Story, 1999.
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