Jamie Foreman

Jamie Foreman

  • Born on
    • May 25th, 1958
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jamie Foreman (born 1958) is an English actor best known for his roles as Duke in Layer Cake (2004) and Bill Sikes in Roman Polanski's Oliver Twist (2005). He played opposite Ray Winstone and Kathy Burke in Gary Oldman's Nil by Mouth and also featured in Elizabeth, Gangster No. 1 and Sleepy Hollow. He appeared in the 2006 Doctor Who episode "The Idiot's Lantern". He also featured as a racist taxi driver in The Football Factory. Foreman also played Basta in the film Inkheart. He also appeared in one episode of Law and Order: UK. He is the son of Freddie Foreman, a former East End gangster and associate of the Kray twins. His recent work for BBC Radio includes the title role in Wes Bell, directed by Matthew Broughton, and the six part series Hazelbeach by David Stafford and Caroline Stafford. He also played a small role in I'll Sleep When I'm Dead. He is a fan of Tottenham Hotspur. Description above from the Wikipedia article Jamie Foreman, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


Acting (22 Credits)

2019Once Upon a Time in London as Alf White
2018The Bromley Boys as Charlie McQueen
2017Rise of the Footsoldier 3 as Sam
2012St George's Day as Nixon
2011Screwed as Rumpole
2011Ironclad as Coteral
2010Baseline as Terry
2008Inkheart as Basta
2007Botched as Peter
2005Oliver Twist as Bill Sikes
2004Layer Cake as Duke
2004The Football Factory as Cabbie
2003I'll Sleep When I'm Dead as Mickser
2001Goodbye Charlie Bright as Tony
2000Gangster No. 1 as Lenny Taylor
2000Saving Grace as China MacFarlane
1999This Year's Love as Billy
1999Sleepy Hollow as Constable
1998Elizabeth as Earl of Sussex
1997Nil by Mouth as Mark
1995I.D. as Previous Team 2
1980McVicar as Driver


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