Tim Chipping features in tonight’s episode of Silk on BBC One HD at 9pm.
Battle lines are drawn when Martha and Clive find themselves on opposing sides in a high-profile case of assisted suicide. A mother is accused of helping her severely paralysed daughter to die and Martha must fight to defend her client in a test case amidst the moral arguments that surround such a contentious subject. As Clive and Martha represent either side of this fractured family, tensions between them rise to the surface that threatens their own relationship.
Elsewhere in Shoe Lane, with the resignation of the head of chambers, an opportunity for one of the Silks to lead the march into the future arises.
Meanwhile, Billy’s position becomes ever more compromised when a misinterpreted action causes confusion and upset amongst one of Shoe Lane’s newest members.
Tim’s episode will be available on BBC iPlayer from tomorrow.Overview
Tim Chipping boasts a wide range of leading stage and screen experience, including extensive work for for the RSC and in the West End. Recent theatre credits include Romeo & Juliet at Shakespeare's Globe, Home Chat at the Finborough Theatre, The Man with the Hammer at Theatre Royal Plymouth and The Comedy Of Errors, Twelfth Night and The Crucible for the RSC. He also featured in the world premiere of The Hook by Arthur Miller.
His television work includes Dark Tower for Amazon Studios, Liar Season 1 and 2 for AMC, The English Game for Netflix, Maigret for ITV Studios, Sons Of Liberty for A&E Studios, The Passing Bells for Red Planet/BBC, Silk for BBC and Sherlock for Hartswood Films.About Sainou
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