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James Quinn

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James Quinn is a highly experienced actor and voice-over artist from Manchester.

He is also the Matchday Commentator for FCUM TV and Radio, the station of Man United breakaway team, FC United Of Manchester.

James toured for many years with his Improv group 'Comedy Express'.

He is perhaps best known for his portrayal of 'Phil the laughing policeman' in the Craig Cash sitcom, 'Early Doors' and 'DS Keith Willets' in Coronation Street. His other notable roles include 'Dr Who', Gentleman Jack', 'Safe' (Netflix), the award-winning film, 'Apostasy' and 'Fat Friends', in which he played James Corden's father for all four series.

More recently, James played Alan Mustafa's father in the new BBC3 sitcom, 'Peacock', as well as guest roles in 'Unforgotten' and 'The Reckoning' and most recently opposite Sophie Rundle in new drama 'After the Flood' (ITV)

James is currently onstage at the Royal Exchange Manchester in 'The Importance of being Earnest'.

FC United of Manchester | Voiceover