Shaun Parkes

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Shaun Parkes (born 9 February 1973) is an English actor currently appearing in the ITV drama Identity. At 16, Parkes enrolled at Seltec College to study drama. Two years later, he was accepted into the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Having acted in both theatre and television support roles, Parkes made his breakthrough in Human Traffic. Recent work includes films such as Clubbed, The Mummy Returns, Things To Do Before You're 30 and the acclaimed Notes on a Scandal. Television work includes Lock, Stock..., Servants and Russell T Davies' Casanova and Doctor Who. Shaun also continues to forge a career as an established and respected theatre actor. He has starred alongside David Threlfall and Neil Stuke in Joe Penhall’s award-winning play, Blue/Orange, in the West End and in Kwame Kwei-Armah’s Elmina's Kitchen and at Shakespeare's Globe as Aaron in Titus Andronicus. Parkes also starred as the lead in BBC Two's detective series "Moses Jones," with a support cast that included Matt Smith. Since 2001 Shaun has been collaborating with the DJ production team AudioFly (Anthony Middleton and Luca Saporito).
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