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Blake Harrison

Blake Harrison



United Kingdom

Age: 36

Born: 22 Jul, 1985

Known for

In The Inbetweeners as Neil Sutherlandas Neil Sutherland

in The Inbetweeners
In World on Fire as Stan Raddingsas Stan Raddings

in World on Fire
In A Very English Scandal as Andrew 'Gino' Newtonas Andrew 'Gino' Newton

in A Very English Scandal
In Trust Me (2017) as Karlas Karl

in Trust Me (2017)

TV Series Starring Blake Harrison

Kate & KojiKate & Koji
ITV, 2020 | Comedy
Rating: 3.4/5

Kate is the owner of a seaside cafe who forms an unexpected and sparky friendship with Koji, an African asylum seeker. Although from very different worlds, they are similar in ways which they do not recognise, including a dogged determination to never back down! When the fur does start to fly, Kate's resourceful nephew 'Medium' acts as peacemaker.


World on FireWorld on Fire
BBC One, 2019 | Drama, Military/War | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

World on Fire is a heart-stopping, multi-stranded drama telling the story of World War Two through the lives of ordinary people from all sides of this global conflict. The first series of seven episodes tells the story of the first year of the war, starting with the German invasion of Poland in September 1939 and ending with the Battle of Britain.


A Very English ScandalA Very English Scandal
BBC One, 2018 | Comedy, Drama, Crime, History | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

British politician Jeremy Thorpe is accused of murdering his ex-lover and is forced to stand trial in 1979.


Trust Me (2017)Trust Me (2017)
BBC One, 2017 | Drama, Thriller | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.7/5

Trust Me is a four-part drama series, set in Edinburgh, that tells the story of Cathy, a hardworking and skilled nurse, who has lost her job for whistleblowing and is forced to take drastic measures to provide for her daughter.Out of desperation, Cathy seizes the opportunity to steal her best friend's identity as a senior doctor and start a new life in Edinburgh.The story follows Cathy as she buries herself deeper and deeper in the imposter persona and realises that she could get everything she ever wanted - the job, the man, the dream.However, her old life threatens to destroy her new situation and the series follows Cathy's efforts to protect it.


Prime Suspect 1973Prime Suspect 1973
ITV, 2017 | Drama, Crime, Thriller
Rating: 3.9/5

The much-anticipated prequel to Prime Suspect, Tennison [w/t], has begun filming on location in London. Stefanie Martini (Doctor Thorne, Endeavour, Emerald City), Sam Reid (Belle, The Riot Club) and Blake Harrison (Dad's Army, The Inbetweeners) join forces to star in the 6 x 60 minute series which portrays the young Jane Tennison (Stefanie Martini) at the beginning of her career, revealing why she became such a complex and formidable character in the Metropolitan Police. Sam Reid and Blake Harrison are cast as Jane's superiors DCI Len Bradfield and DS Spencer Gibbs. Alun Armstrong (New Tricks, Little Dorrit), Ruth Sheen (Unforgotten, Inside No.9), Lex Shrapnel (Medici: Masters of Florence) and Jay Taylor (Promise) are cast as crime family members Clifford, Renee, John and David Bentley. Jessica Gunning (Jericho, Fortitude) is also cast as fellow WPC Kath Morgan alongside Andrew Brooke (Babylon, Da Vinci's Demons) as Jane's senior officer Sergeant Harris. Nick Sidi (Silent Witness, DCI Banks) and Geraldine Somerville (Silent Witness, New Tricks) are cast as Jane's parents, Andrew and Joyce.


TrippedTripped
E4, 2015 | Comedy, Drama, Sci-Fi
Rating: 3/5

Tripped is a comedy drama set in a parallel universe. Danny an average 24-year-old and his stoner friend Milo, find themselves tripping between multiple parallel universe versions of their own lives, all the time being chased by an assassin.


Edge Of HeavenEdge Of Heaven
ITV, 2014 | Comedy, Drama

A comedy drama series set in a 1980s-themed guest house in the Kent town of Margate.


Way to GoWay to Go
BBC Two, 2013 | Comedy

This is a comedy series about three normal friends who discover themselves being forced by an extraordinary set of circumstances into creating an assisted-suicide business.


Big Bad World (2013)Big Bad World (2013)

Big Bad World is about what happens when you wait for life to begin. Ben (Blake Harrison) has just graduated and the world should be his oyster, but he quickly finds himself back in his hometown and nursing his as-yet unformulated dreams. He's also back to hanging out with the same old gang; too-smart-for-her-own-good charity mugger Beth, guitar-obsessive bedsit-philosopher Eggman and University-refuser and unashamed year-round-wearer-of-shorts-and-flip-flops Oakley. If it wasn't for the frequent overdraft charges, and the renewed proximity of parents Jan and Neil, Ben might almost believe the last three years of his life never happened.


The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd MargaretThe Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret
Channel 4, 2010 | Comedy, Family | ► Trailer
Rating: 3.8/5

An American executive has found the perfect sales job in Britain. But he knows nothing about the culture in the UK and nothing about sales.


The InbetweenersThe Inbetweeners
E4, 2008 | Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

This British comedy focuses around four Sixth Form students dealing with issues facing today's youth.