|Birth Day||January 21, 1977|
|Age||43 YEARS OLD|
Swimmer who won both a silver and bronze medal at the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester, England, and competed in the 2004 Olympics.
He battled a life-threatening blood disease early in his career, but it barely slowed him down.
After retiring from swimming in 2004, he began an acting career, debuting in 2010 in BBC's "The Cut."
His sister, Beverley Turner, became a successful TV presenter.
His brother-in-law, James Cracknell, is a fellow Olympian, having competed in rowing.