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Roland Manookian

Roland Manookian
Born (1979-09-08) 8 September 1979
Westminster, England
Years active 1999–present

Roland Manookian (born 8 September 1979) is an English actor, who is most notable for his role as Zebedee, in the 2004 film The Football Factory, and as Craig Rolfe in Rise of the Footsoldier in 2007. He has also appeared in Guy Richie's Rocknrolla and Nick Love's Goodbye Charlie Bright and The Business. He has also appeared in episodes of The Bill in 1999 as Ben Glover.

Manookian, of Armenian descent, comes from London and has supported Millwall since he was young.[1]

Filmography

Movies Year Role
No Reasons 2014 Julian
Riot 2012 Steve
The Rise and Fall of a White Collar Hooligan 2012 Rusty
Piggy 2012 Craig
Big Fat Gypsy Gangster 2011 Roland
Fish n' Chips 2011 Dave
Dead Cert 2010 Chinnery
Just for the Record 2009 Harlan Noble
The Rapture 2009 Sean Kramer
RocknRolla 2008 Bandy
Rise of the Footsoldier 2007 Craig Rolfe
Grow Your Own 2007 Mike
The Business 2005 Sonny
The Football Factory 2004 Zeberdee
Oh Marbella 2003 Bradley
Green Green lanes 2001 Archie Hams
Goodbye Charlie Bright 2001 Justin
Television Year Role
The Bill 1999 & 2009 Ben Glover & Gavin Downey
Dunkirk 2004 Frankie Osbourne
Murder 2002 Ryan McGuinness
As If 2001 Jeff
Killers 2000 Tommy
The Vice 2000 Nathan Cairns
Storm Damage 2000 Paul
Oliver Twist 1999 Charley Bates
Mauvaise passe 1999 Bellboy
Great Expectations 1999 Pip's servant

References

  1. ^ "FILM STARS BACK MOVE FOR HARRIS STAND AT DEN". southwarkweekender.co.uk. Retrieved 2010-09-27. 

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