Jamie Glover

Last updated 09 January 2020

Jamie Glover
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Jamie Blair Glover

Born: Thursday 10th July 1969 (age: 54)

Curtis Brown (Agent)

Jamie (the son of Julian Glover and Isla Blair) has made a number of theatre and television appearances, most recently on television as Dr. Michael Evans in Father Brown and on the stage as Garry Lejeune in Noises Off; however, he is perhaps most recognisable from television as deputy head Andrew Treneman in the BBC series Waterloo Road.

He has also voiced a number of roles in various media within the Star Wars universe, including the voice of General Maximilian Veers, a role notably played by his father. However his most significant role was voicing the Sith Lord Darth Malgus in the currently popular MMO phenomenon, Star Wars: The Old Republic.

(Additional bio thanks to Vitas Varnas)