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Lee Oakes (born 1974) is an English actor best known for his role as Munch Wilkinson in the British comedy Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps and as Kev in the British television series After You've Gone a fellow builder and best mate of Jimmy Venables portrayed by Nicholas Lyndhurst. Oakes is originally from Haslington near Sandbach in Cheshire, North West England, and attended Sandbach School for Boys, as well as being trained at the Cheshire School of Performing Arts in Ellesmere Port. Oakes was also a member of the Chester Gateway Youth Theatre and the Manchester Youth Theatre. After he landed his role as Young King Einon in the 1996 movie Dragonheart, Lee successfully integrated his talents at the BBC whilst simultaneously pursuing his theatrical career, most notably the highly acclaimed Once Upon A Time In Wigan, Sparkleshark at the National, and numerous plays at the Bush Theatre. Lee has appeared in Casualty, Holby City, The Bill, Coronation Street, Heartbeat, Emmerdale and Jimmy McGoverns' BAFTA-winning series The Lakes. He also starred in the Ant and Dec movie Alien Autopsy. In 2009 Lee appeared in the British crime thriller Harry Brown playing Dean, a chav who attacks Michael Caine but gets stabbed in the process.

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​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.  

Lee Oakes (born 1974) is an English actor best known for his role as Munch Wilkinson in the British comedy Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps and as Kev in the British television series After You've Gone a fellow builder and best mate of Jimmy Venables portrayed by Nicholas Lyndhurst. Oakes is originally from Haslington near Sandbach in Cheshire, North West England, and attended Sandbach School for Boys, as well as being trained at the Cheshire School of Performing Arts in Ellesmere Port. Oakes was also a member of the Chester Gateway Youth Theatre and the Manchester Youth Theatre. After he landed his role as Young King Einon in the 1996 movie Dragonheart, Lee successfully integrated his talents at the BBC whilst simultaneously pursuing his theatrical career, most notably the highly acclaimed Once Upon A Time In Wigan, Sparkleshark at the National, and numerous plays at the Bush Theatre. Lee has appeared in Casualty, Holby City, The Bill, Coronation Street, Heartbeat, Emmerdale and Jimmy McGoverns' BAFTA-winning series The Lakes. He also starred in the Ant and Dec movie Alien Autopsy. In 2009 Lee appeared in the British crime thriller Harry Brown playing Dean, a chav who attacks Michael Caine but gets stabbed in the process.

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Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Male

Known Credits 18

Birthday 1974-01-01

Place of Birth Cheshire, England, UK

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2011 Eric & Ernie as Stage Door Keeper
2009 Harry Brown as Dean Saunders
2007 After You've Gone(25 episodes) as Kev
2006 Alien Autopsy as Edgar
2005 Twisted Tales (UK)(1 episode)
2003 The Eustace Bros.(6 episodes) as Davey Robinson
2003 Grease Monkeys(20 episodes)
2003 Rehab
2002 Club Le Monde as Chas
2001 The Search for John Gissing as Carl Gissing
2001 Large as Ian
2001 Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps(2 episodes) as Munch
2001 Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps(66 episodes)
1998 Milk as Martin
1997 The Lakes(14 episodes) as Tharmy
1996 Daylight as Gem Thief #3
1996 DragonHeart as Young Einon
1992 Heartbeat(1 episode)
1984 The Bill(1 episode)

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