Sam Spruell

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Sam Spruell is a British actor. His film credits include Defiance (2008), Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007), London to Brighton (2006), To Kill a King (2003) and K-19: The Widowmaker (2002). His television roles include the recurring cameo of Jason Belling in Spooks (2007 in Episode 6.9 and 2004 in Project Friendly Fire) and the recurring role of Wilkes in P.O.W (2003).

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Sam Spruell is a British actor. His film credits include Defiance (2008), Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007), London to Brighton (2006), To Kill a King (2003) and K-19: The Widowmaker (2002). His television roles include the recurring cameo of Jason Belling in Spooks (2007 in Episode 6.9 and 2004 in Project Friendly Fire) and the recurring role of Wilkes in P.O.W (2003).

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Gender Male

Known Credits 28

Birthday 1977-01-01

Place of Birth Southwark, London, England, UK

Adult Actor False

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2016 Morgan as Jim Bryce
2015 Legend as Jack 'The Hat' McVitie
2015 The Lady in the Van as Another Young Man
2015 The Martian as NASA psychologist
2015 The Bastard Executioner(10 episodes) as Toran Prichard
2015 Child 44
2015 The Voices as Dave
2015 Catastrophe(1 episode)
2015 Taken 3 as Oleg Malankov
2014 Good People as Jack Witkowski
2014 The Last Ship(10 episodes) as Dr. Quincy Tophet
2014 Give as Jason
2014 Starred Up
2013 The Counselor as Wireman
2013 Sixteen as Liam
2013 Mayday(5 episodes) as Steve Docker
2012 Snow White and the Huntsman as Finn
2012 Eternal Law(1 episode)
2008 Defiance as Arkady Lubczanski
2008 City of Vice(5 episodes) as Lord Newcastle
2007 Tick Tock Lullaby as Steve
2006 London to Brighton as Stuart Allen
2006 Venus as Hospital Director
2005 The Ghost Squad(1 episode)
2003 P.O.W.(6 episodes)
2002 K-19: The Widowmaker as Dmitri
2001 Blue Murder(1 episode)
1900 Enemy of Man as Seyton

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