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Neil Stuke

Neil Stuke

Neil Stuke is familiar to British television audiences for his appearances as Matt in the popular series Game On. Asked if he would like to follow in the career footsteps of Ben Chaplin, his predecessor in the series, he replies: "As if I wouldn't love to carve out an immensely successful career in Hollywood opposite stars like Uma Thurman!" His long list of British television appearances also includes roles in Poirot and Dennis Potter's Karaoke.

Stuke appeared in Sliding Doors, starring Gwyneth Paltrow, and also played roles in Borderland, Suckers, Masculine Mescaline, Shark Hunt, Sentimental Education and Let The Good Times Role.

Among Stuke's distinguished theatre credits are leading roles in What the Butler Saw at the Royal Exchange, Mojo and Not a Game for Boys at the Royal Court Theatre, and English productions of American Buffalo and The Grapes of Wrath.

Playing Clive Owen's chief assistant at a London hospital, Stuke previously appeared with Lena Headey and Mark Strong in Century, Stephen Poliakoff's film that starts on New Year's Eve, 1898, as the dawn of the new century approaches.


Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.

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Selected Filmography

Episode 1
Silk: Season Two
Fallen Idol, Pt. 2
A Touch of Frost
Mother Teresa
Game-On
The Game of Death
If Only: The Second Chance of a Lifetime
Silk: Series 1-3 by Maxine Peake
Paranoid
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