Daniel Adegboyega plays series regular Bertram in Sky Atlantic drama Save Me.
From World Productions, the company behind award-winning Line of Duty, Save Me is created and written by Lennie James (Critical, The Walking Dead) and directed by BAFTA winner Nick Murphy (Occupation, The Last Kingdom). James, who wrote award-winning drama Storm Damage, also stars in the series with BAFTA winner Suranne Jones and Stephen Graham.
Save Me brings a unique and unlikely hero to Sky Atlantic in the form of Nelson ‘Nelly’ Rowe (James) – a man who ‘likes a drink’, whose days are bookended by his first can and his last pint. Nelly lives with whichever woman he happens to be sleeping with at the time – often more than one and sometimes more than two. And he is the life and soul of the pub – a charmer, a chancer, a fighter, a liar and, at his age, a man who should know better.
When Nelly is accused of a terrible crime, he sets off to clear his name and find the real perpetrator. It is a journey that will slam him hard up against the debris of his careless past but also offer him the chance to make amends for his mistakes, not least to Claire (Jones) with who he shared a ‘summer of love’ 13 years ago.
Set on a south east London housing estate, Save Me is the story of a man facing the stark and painful reality that the very worst thing happening to someone he loves could be the best thing that has ever happened to him.
Filming began in February 2017 and the series will air on Sky Atlantic later in 2017.
Daniel trained at CSSD and has worked prolifically in theatre for The Lyric Hammersmith, Headlong, Birmingham Rep, ETT, Royal Lyceum, The Gate Theatre, NT Studio and The Salisbury Playhouse.
Recent television credits include series regular Bertram in Save Me (Sky Atlantic), Father Brown, Man Down, The Interceptor, Atlantis, and Episodes. Film credits include Saebert in Tranformers: The Last Knight (Paramount Studios), Bryson in the feature film The Gunman, The Last Knights alongside Clive Owen and Morgan Freeman and Skyfall directed by Sam Mendes.
Daniel runs his own Personal Fitness Company, and is highly proficient in Stage Combat, Boxing, Martial Arts and Weapons Training, including Firearms.About Sainou
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