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Justin Pierre (actor)

Justin Pierre is a British actor working in theatre, film and television. His numerous roles have included Prince Ivar in Saban's The Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog, Mike in World Productions series Attachments (BBC), Dave Summers in the series Burnside (ITV) and Guillermo del Toro's Hellboy II: The Goldon Army.

Biography

Justin Pierre is a British Actor and has appeared as Detective Sergeant Dave Summers on the British television police procedural Burnside, as well as Mike on the BBC's Attachments. He also appeared in the American-German film Hellboy II: The Golden Army by Oscar winning director Guillermo Del Toro.

Justin graduated from the Rose Burford College of Speech and Drama and performed in a wealth of theatrical productions before taking to our screens. Some of his theatrical roles include (Othello) directed by Sam Walters, Tybalt (Romeo & Juliet) and (Generations of the Dead) at the Young Vic (London).

Justin is a qualified performance lecturer as well as teaching LAMDA examinations and has taught at the Randolph Academy of Performing Arts in Toronto.

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  • Internet Movie Database

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