Roger Davenport

Last updated 09 January 2020

Roger Davenport
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Roger Davenport

Born: Friday 4th October 1946 (age: 77)

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Roger Davenport has worked both as an actor and writer. As well as Resurrection of the Daleks, his acting career includes The Duke of Clarence in both The Second Part of King Henry the Fourth, including his death and the coronation of King Henry the Fifth, and The Life of Henry the Fifth, an officer in The Cleopatras, and more recently in Short Stop On The Way and The Double Life of Saki, which he also wrote. Other writing credits include All Creatures Great And Small, Bergerac, The Bill, and TV series documentary Indelible Evidence.

As well as television, as an actor he has also appeared in theatre, with roles including King Nicholas in The Sleeping Prince, Siro in Mandrake, and Sebastian in Twelfth Night. As a writer he has worked on radio with plays such as Eddie and Miss Simpson and series including PG Wodehouse adaptations Meet Mr Mulliner and More Mr Mulliner. He is also author to a number of books, including Onlooker, Out Of His Mind and Ortho's Brood.

His father was the writer John Davenport.

Roger Davenport's official website can be found here.