Dominic Kemp begins filming today for BBC1′s daytime drama series, Doctors. Dominic will play the part of Michael Abbott. Catch up with Doctors anytime on BBC iPlayer.
Set in the fictional midlands town of Letherbridge, the series has been a BBC1 favourite since 2000, picking up a variety of different nominations and awards.
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
Dominic Kemp has recently filmed the role of Kahler-Mas in Doctor Who, the Christmas special of the acclaimed series Downton Abbey and White Heat. Other notable television credits include Waking The Dead, Tschaikovsky, Moses Jones, Pierrepoint, Wire in the Blood and 3 series of It's a Mystery.
Dominic can also be seen in the award winning feature film Song for Marion alongside Vanessa Redgrave and Christopher Eccleston and Miss Potter with Renee Zellweger.
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