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Liam Bergin

 

Liam Bergin

Liam Bergin
Born 1985 (age 28–29)
Canning Town, East London, England, UK
Occupation Actor
Years active 2009–present

Liam Bergin (born 1985)[1] is a British actor of Irish descent. He trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, graduating in 2008. He is currently best known for playing Rupert in Trinity. He has also had minor roles in Doctors and the 2009 remake of Minder.

On 26 December 2009 it was announced he had been cast in the role of Danny Mitchell in the long-running soap opera EastEnders.[2] The character was axed from the show by executive producer Bryan Kirkwood in April 2010.[3]

Filmography

Year Show Role Notes
2009 Minder Carlo Rocks 1 episode: "Till Debt Do Us Part"
Doctors Sid Harvey 1 episode: "Flimflam Thank You Man"
Trinity Rupert
2010 EastEnders Danny Mitchell 35 episodes (Jan-June 2010)

References

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
  • United Agents
  • Liam Bergin Web


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