Biography

Clive Wood (born 1954) is an English actor.

Born in Croydon, Surrey, Wood's first starring TV role was as Vic Brown, opposite Joanne Whalley and Susan Penhaligon, in the 1982 ITV drama series based on the novel A Kind of Loving. He has played Matt Kerr in Press Gang, DCI Gordon Wray in The Bill and Jack Morgan in London's Burning. He also played Captain Smollett in the 1990 TV film, Treasure Island (having previously played Dick in the 1977 BBC version). He has also appeared in a cameo as an Auton masquereading as a Roman commander in the Doctor Who episode The Pandorica Opens.

Wood played the role of Blair in Mr. Palfrey of Westminster (1984–85), and Stephen Richford in an episode of the television series A Touch of Frost entitled "Dancing in the Dark" (2004). He was also in the television series Midsomer Murders, playing the role of Geoffrey Larkin in the episode "Secrets and Spies" (2009), and again in 2014, playing Johnny Linklater in the episode "Wild Harvest".

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Clive Wood (born 1954) is an English actor.

Born in Croydon, Surrey, Wood's first starring TV role was as Vic Brown, opposite Joanne Whalley and Susan Penhaligon, in the 1982 ITV drama series based on the novel A Kind of Loving. He has played Matt Kerr in Press Gang, DCI Gordon Wray in The Bill and Jack Morgan in London's Burning. He also played Captain Smollett in the 1990 TV film, Treasure Island (having previously played Dick in the 1977 BBC version). He has also appeared in a cameo as an Auton masquereading as a Roman commander in the Doctor Who episode The Pandorica Opens.

Wood played the role of Blair in Mr. Palfrey of Westminster (1984–85), and Stephen Richford in an episode of the television series A Touch of Frost entitled "Dancing in the Dark" (2004). He was also in the television series Midsomer Murders, playing the role of Geoffrey Larkin in the episode "Secrets and Spies" (2009), and again in 2014, playing Johnny Linklater in the episode "Wild Harvest".

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Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 24

Birthday 1954-01-01

Place of Birth Croydon, Surrey, England, UK

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Also Known As

  • Clive Woods

Acting TV ShowsMovies

2017 All the Money in the World as Bullimore
2017 In the Dark (4 episodes) as Robert Weeks
2015 Fuel to Fire as Gerard Quinn
2015 Sense8 (1 episode) as Croome
2013 Utopia (1 episode) as Dr. Isherwood
2012 Digital Theatre: King Lear as Earl of Gloucester
2012 Endeavour (1 episode) as Vic Kasper
2010 The Pillars of the Earth (8 episodes) as King Henry I
2005 Red Mercury as John
2005 Doctor Who (1 episode) as Commander
2003 The Lion in Winter as William Marshall
2003 Death in Holy Orders (2 episodes) as Archdeacon Matthew Crampton
1997 Midsomer Murders (1 episode) as Johnny Linklater
1992 Witchcraft (2 episodes) as Rick Mason
1991 The Crucifer of Blood as Jonathan Small
1989 The Simpsons (1 episode)
1989 Press Gang (21 episodes) as Matt Kerr
1987 Dog Tags as Cecil
1986 Casualty (2 episodes) as Tweedie
1985 The Innocent as Turner
1984 Mr. Palfrey of Westminster (10 episodes) as Blair
1982 A Kind of Loving (10 episodes) as Vic Brown
1982 A Kind Of Loving
1979 The Knowledge as Ginger

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