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Rhind-Tutt, Julian 1968–

Rhind-Tutt, Julian 1968–


Full name, Julian Alistair Rhind-Tutt; born July 20, 1968, in West Drayton, Middlesex, England. Education: Graduated from Central School of Speech and Drama; studied English at Warwick University.

Addresses: Agent—PFD, Drury House, 34-43 Russell St., London WC2B 5HA England.

Career: Actor.

Awards, Honors: Carleton Hobbs Award, BBC Radio, 1992.


Film Appearances:

Piccolo grande amore (also known as Pretty Princess), 1993.

Duke of York, The Madness of King George (also known as The Madness of King George III), Samuel Goldwyn, 1994.

Young student, The Saint, Paramount, 1997.

Yeoman—HMS Devonshire, Tomorrow Never Dies, United Artists, 1997.

Bamatabois, Les Miserables, Columbia, 1998.

Time Out journalist, Notting Hill, MCA/Universal, 1999.

Second Lieutenant Ellis Harte, The Trench (also known as La Tranchee), Somme Productions, 1999.

Mr. Pimms, Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (also known as Tomb Raider), Paramount, 2001.

Rod, Miranda, Minerva Films, 2002.

James, To Kill a King, HanWay Films, 2003.

Rupert, Rabbit Fever, 2005.

The River King, Momentum Pictures, 2005.

Michael, Venus, Miramax, 2006.

Television Appearances; Series:

Alex Picton-Dinch, Hippies, BBC, 1999.

Colin, The Wilsons, Channel 4, 2000.

Inspector Monty Pippin, Keen Eddie, Fox, 2003.

Dr. "Mac" Macartney, Green Wing, Channel 4 and BBC America, 2004.

Voice of Bob, Sunday Pants (animated), Cartoon Network, 2005.

Television Appearances; Miniseries:

Danny Glassman, Reckless, ITV and PBS, 1997.

Philip Hampson, A Last Embrace, PBS, 1998.

Assistant Superintendent James Valentine, Heat of the Sun (also known as Mystery: Heat of the Sun), PBS, 1998.

Ian Kilbannock, Sword of Honour, Channel 4, 2001.

Nigel Plumb, The Rotters' Club, BBC, 2005.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Lieutenant Tim Bryant, A Breed of Heroes, BBC, 1994.

Sean, The Vacillations of Poppy Carew, BBC, 1995.

Duke of Aumerle, Richard II, 1997.

Philip Hampson, "A Last Embrace," An Unsuitable Job for a Woman, ITV, 1998.

Forester, The Tribe, BBC, 1998.

Danny Glassman, Reckless: The Movie (also known as Reckless: The Sequel), ITV and PBS, 1998.

Danny, Hero of the Hour, 2000.

Antoine Lavoisier, E=mc2 (documentary), Channel 4, 2005.

Television Appearances; Specials:

(Uncredited) Himself, The British Comedy Awards, ITV, 2004.

Antoine Lavoisier, Einstein's Big Idea, PBS, 2005.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

Adam, "Adam," Dangerfield, BBC, 1997.

Advisor, "The Pox," Let Them Eat Cake, BBC, 1999.

Advisor, "Making Voopee," Let Them Eat Cake, BBC, 1999.

Advisor, "The Royal Command Performance," Let Them Eat Cake, BBC, 1999.

(Uncredited) Smack the Pony, Channel 4, 2000.

Peter Cochrane, "Catherine & Mack's Story," Clocking Off, BBC, 2000.

Peter Cochrane, "Martin's Story," Clocking Off, BBC, 2001.

Taylor, "Donkey," Absolutely Fabulous (also known as Ab Fab), BBC1 and Comedy Central, 2001.

Jason Hamilton, "The Travel Writer," Black Books, Channel 4, 2004.

Voice of Bob, "Imp," Sunday Pants, 2005.


Taped Readings:

Bear Grylls's Facing Up: A Remarkable Journey to the Summit of Mount Everest, Chivers, 2001.

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