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Paul Marc Davis

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Paul Marc Davis

Born: 1974 (age: 43)

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Paul Marc Davis is a British actor who has appeared on Doctor Who (the episode "Utopia") and two of its spin-off series, Torchwood ("Exit Wounds) and The Sarah Jane Adventures (as recurring villain "The Trickster"). He was also a executive producer on Sports Day 3D.

Davis was born in London. He studied Fine Art and was a professional Sculptor for 12 years.

He is best known for his design of the Gramophone International Classical Music Award, an award regarded as the highest accolade for Classical Music and has Luciano Pavarotti among its recipients. Paul was awarded The Association of British Artists Award for Sculpture in 1996 and was shortlisted for The National association of British Sculptors award in 1998.

In 2001, after a chance meeting, he was offered the lead in a Channel Four film about the life of Casanova. In the same year he played the ghost of the Cavalier in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Over the next few years Paul played leads in many independent films and in 2007 was cast in Doctor Who, The Sarah Jane Adventures and Torchwood. Other roles include playing alongside Colin Farrell in Woody Allen's 'Casandra's Dream'.

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