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Adam Blackwood (actor)

Adam Blackwood
Born Adam Blackwood
(1959-07-14) 14 July 1959 (age 54)
Chichester, Sussex, England.
Occupation Television/film actor
Years active 1981 - present
Spouse(s) Nicola (nee King)
Children Thomas & Ruby
Parents John & Rona (nee Archer)

Adam Blackwood (born 14 July 1959) is an actor who has appeared in several films and television programmes, mostly in the United Kingdom.

Born in Chichester, Sussex in 1959, Blackwood is the only son of Rona (née Archer) and John Blackwood. Blackwood has an older sister Nicola, and a younger sister Catriona. He played Balazar in the first four episodes of 1986 Doctor Who story 'The Trial of a Time Lord' and also appears on the commentary for the DVD release. In 1989, Blackwood married Nicola King in Haywards Heath, and has two children, Thomas & Ruby Blackwood.

He has also provided the voice of James Bond in four video games, The World Is Not Enough, 007 Racing, 007: Agent Under Fire and Tomorrow Never Dies.

Filmography

External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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