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Pip Torrens

Pip Torrens
Born (1960-06-02) 2 June 1960 (age 54)
Bromley, Kent, England, UK
Occupation Actor
Years active 1984–present

Pip Torrens (born 2 June 1960) is an English actor.

Life and career

He was born in Bromley, Kent. He studied English Literature at Trinity College, Cambridge. His television appearances include Consenting Adults, two episodes of Doctor Who ("Human Nature"/"The Family of Blood"), The Brittas Empire, Green Wing, Silk, The Government Inspector (as John Scarlett), The Last Detective and DI Torrens for a few episodes in The Bill in 2001. He has also appeared in a 2008 series of British television advertisements for First Direct, with Matthew King.

In 2011, he appeared in both episodes of an Outnumbered two-part special.

In 2012 he appeared in the first episode of series 8 of Hustle and presented new gameshow The Devil's Dinner Party.

Torrens briefly appeared in an episode of Death in Paradise in 2013, as a museum guide.

His film appearances include Tomorrow Never Dies as the captain of HMS Bedford, the 2001 film To End All Wars and voicework for Valiant.

He also does work as a simulated patient in medical schools in the UK.

Notable appearances

He appeared as Bingo Little in Jeeves and Wooster. Also has appeared in Heartbeat and Agatha Christie's Marple.

Selected filmography

  • Gambit (2012) - Savoy Desk Clerk
  • No Ordinary Trifle (2011) - Health and Safety Official
  • Dorian Gray (2009) - Victor
  • Pride & Prejudice (2005) - Netherfield Butler

External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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