William Gaminara Net Worth

William Gaminara was born on 1956, is Actor, Writer. William Gaminara was born in 1956. He was brought up in Lusaka, Zambia, then Northern Rhodesia, and jokes that he first wanted to be an actor after playing a sheep in a school Nativity play. Coming to England as a child he attended Winchester College and Lincoln College , Oxford before becoming an actor, his big break being as one of the Tolpuddle Martyrs in Bill Douglas's film ' Comrades'. Although he is a writer who has penned episodes of television dramas such as 'This Life' and a musician, playing piano and guitar in a band, he is probably best known for three roles as a doctor, as Dr Richard Locke in radio's 'The Archers', and on television as Dr Andrew Bower in 'Casualty' and the ill-fated pathologist Leo Dalton in 'Silent Witness'. In fact both his mother and sister are doctors.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actor, Writer
Birth Year 1956
Age 64 YEARS OLD
Alma mater Lincoln College, Oxford
Occupation Actor
Spouse(s) Kate Lock
Children 2 sons

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Biography/Timeline

2002

Gaminara plays Dr Richard Locke in the long-running radio soap opera, The Archers. He also voices audiobooks, including Bernard Cornwell's Sharpe novels. His other television credits include Will Newman in Attachments and Dr Andrew Bower in Casualty. Away from acting, he wrote the screenplay for the BBC adaptation of Rachel Morris's novel, Ella and the Mothers. His most notable role was Professor Leo Dalton in the BBC crime drama series Silent Witness, playing the part from 2002 until the death of his character in 2013. He played the part once more in 2017 in the final episode of series 20.

2015

In 2015 Gaminara appeared as Samuel Harrogate in the BBC TV series Father Brown episode 3.13 "The Paradise of Thieves".