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Robert Daws trained at the Royal Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and is one of England's most accomplished comedy actors.

He is a very familiar face on British television, having played lead roles in some of the most prominent TV series of recent years such as Roger Dervish in Outside Edge and Sam in Roger Roger.

Robert's many other television credits include Office Gossip, Jeeves and Wooster, Midsomer Murders, Casualty, Take a Girl Like You, John and Yoko : A Love Story, There Comes a Time, The Great Escape 2 (The untold story), Robin of Sherwood, Paul Merton: the Series, Lovejoy, London's Burning, Birds of a Feather, A bit of Fry and Laurie, Heartbeat, The Missing Postman, The Mystery of Men, The Modern World (The 10 Great Writers) and The House of Eliot.

His film credits include Arthur's Dyke.

Repertory theatre credits encompass productions in Edinburgh, Derby, Plymouth and Newbury. Robert appeared in 20th Century Review at Chichester and in the lead role of John Smith in the Ray Cooney Farce, Caught in the Net, at the Vaudeville Theatre, London. Most recently Robert performed, Summoned by Betjeman, a self-devised one-man show from the writings of John Betjeman.

For 2 years Robert was joint artistic director of Southern Lights at the New End Theatre, Hampstead.

Robert is currently starring as Dr. Gordon Ormerod in the popular TV medical drama The Royal and is married to his co-star in the show: actress Amy Robbins.

 

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