Oliver Llewellyn-Jenkins: Doctors

Date - 26 January, 2015, All News Television
Oliver Llewellyn-Jenkins | Sainou Talent Agency London | Copyright (c) Owen Roberts

Oliver Llewellyn-Jenkins plays Harry Ferguson in today’s instalment of Doctors on BBC One HD at 13:45.

Doctors films in Birmingham and follows the lives of the staff and patients at the busy Mill Health Centre and Campus Surgery. The format of each episode typically sees the doctors and nurses of the practice meeting their patients, both at the surgeries and on house calls, dealing with their medical complaints alongside other continuing story lines.

The series is produced by BBC Birmingham, with the first episode broadcast on 27th March 2000. It was created by Chris Murray, developed by Mal Young and originally produced by Carson Black.

Overview

Oliver Llewellyn-Jenkins is a native Welsh actor and graduate of Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.

Oliver played Peter in the BAFTA Award Winning Drama Care, directed by Antonia Bird

Since graduating in the summer of 2012 Oliver has gone on to film several episodes of Stella for Tidy Productions. He recently played the role of Rudge in The History Boys at The Mercury Theatre.

Oliver recently played Bobby Moore in World Cup Final 1966 at Bristol Old Vic and Monkey Son in the hit adaptation of The Twits at The Royal Court Theatre.

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